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HART 311: Materials and Methods (Art History: Givans)

Course:
HART 311: Materials and Methods
Institution:
MassArt
Instructor:
Givans, Duncan
Department:
Art History

Items

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  1. "Ivory and Bone carvings readings" from assorted sources
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  2. (Alexander) "Chapter 2: Technical Aspects of the Illumination of a manuscript" from Medieval Illuminators and their methods of work
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  3. (Alexander) "Chapter 3: Programmes and instructions for Illuminators" from Medieval Illuminators and their methods of work
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  4. (Anderson) "Ch. 2: the masons" from The medieval carver
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  5. (Armstrong) "Chapters 8 & 10: Victorian Glassworlds" from Victorian Glassworlds
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  6. (Bailey) "Chapter 6: Gods, Heroes, and Christians" from Viking age sculpture in Northern England
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  7. (Bailey) "Chapter 7: Sculpture, sculptors, and the other arts" from England's earliest sculptors
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  8. (Baxandall) "Limewood sculptors: Material" from The Limewood sculptors
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  9. (Binski) "6.3: Materials and Techniques" from The Westminster Retable
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  10. (Blum) "Liturgical Influences on the Design of the West Front at Wells and Salisbury" from Gesta, v. 25, no. 1 1986
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  11. (Bony) "The stonework planning of the first Durham master" from Medieval architecture and its intellectual context
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  12. (Bucklow) "Chapter three: Vermilion: towards the Philosophers' stone" from The alchemy of paint
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  13. (Bugslag) "Ideology and Iconography in Chartres Cathedral: Jean Clément and the Oriflamme" from Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 61. Bd., H. 4 (1998)
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  14. (Camille) "Ch. 7: Idols in the mind" from The Gothic Idol
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  15. (Camille) "Seeing and reading: some visual implications of medieval literacy and illiteracy" from Art History
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  16. (Caviness) "Biblical studies in windows: were they bibles for the poor?" from The Bible in the Middle Ages
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  17. (Caviness) "Ch. 3: techniques of making a window in the period 500-1480" from Stained Glass Windows
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  18. (Caviness) "The simple perception of matter" from Gesta, v. 30, n. 1 1991
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  19. (Clemens) "Ch. 1: writing supports" from Introduction to manuscript studies
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  20. (Coatsworth) "Ch. 6: construction and design" from The art of the Anglo-Saxon goldsmith
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  21. (Cohen) "Ch. 1: the historical background, Uta and the Codex" from The Uta Codex
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  22. (Craddock) "Metalworking techniques" from The work of angels
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  23. (Crossley) ""Bohemia Sacra" and "Polonia Sacra" liturgy and history in Prague and Cracow cathedrals" from Folia Historiae Artium
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  24. (Crossley) "The man from inner space: architecture and meditation in the choir of St. Laurence in Nuremberg" from Medieval Art: recent perspectives
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  25. (Crowfoot) "Techniques used in textile production" from Textiles and Clothing 1150-1450
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  26. (Davies) "Essay 4: For whom the embroiderer toils" from The age of Opus Anglicanum
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  27. (de Hamel) "Chapter 8: Books for collectors" from A history of illuminated manuscripts
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  28. (Dodwell) "Chapter 5: Textiles and Chapter 6: Costumes and Vestments" from Anglo-Saxon Art
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  29. (Farmer) "Ch. 2: From Persian coccon to Soie de Paris" from The silk industries of medieval Paris
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  30. (Geddes) "Excerpts from Medieval decorative ironwork in England" from Medieval decorative ironwork in England
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  31. (Goodall) "The Chapel of St John the Baptist" from God's House at Ewelme
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  32. (Gordon) "The technique of the Wilton Diptych" from Making & Meaning
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  33. (Harbison) "An Irish stroke of european genius: Irish high crosses and the Emperor Charles the Bald" from Insular & Anglo-Saxon art and thought in the early medieval period
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  34. (Hawkes) "Old Testament heroes: Iconographies of Insular sculpture" from The worm, the germ, and the thorn
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  35. (Heard) "Death and representation in the fifteenth century: The Wilcote Chantry Chapel at North Leigh" from the Journal of the British Archaeological Association
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  36. (Henderson) "Chapter 5: The art-historical context of the Hilton of Cadboll cross-slab" from A fragmented masterpiece
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  37. (Holladay) "The education of Jeanne d'Evreux: personal piety and dynastic salvation in her Book of Hours at the Cloisters" from Art History
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  38. (Howard) "Excerpts from Pigments of English medieval wall painting" from Pigments of English medieval wall painting
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  39. (James) "Chapter 1: Making glass tesserae" from Mosaics in the medieval world
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  40. (James) "Chapter 2: Making mosaics" from Mosaics in the medieval world
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  41. (James) "Chapter 3: The business of mosaics" from Mosaics in the medieval world
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  42. (Karlsson) "Technique - Form - Motif: excerpt" from Medieval Ironwork in Sweden V. 1
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  43. (Kemp) "Excerpts" from The Narratives of Gothic Stained Glass
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  44. (Kershaw) "Chapter 5: Brooch use, culture, and gender" from Viking Identities
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  45. (Lasko) "Roger of Helmarshausen, author and craftsman: life,sources of style, and iconography" from Objects, images and the Word
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  46. (Leahy) "Ch. 1: wood and timber" from Anglo-Saxon Crafts
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  47. (Leahy) "Ch. 4: Textiles" from Anglo-Saxon Crafts
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  48. (Leahy) "Introduction and Chapter 11" from Anglo-Saxon Crafts
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  49. (Massing) "Ch. 2: Technique - Excerpts" from The Thornham Parva Retable
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  50. (Meehan) "Chapter 3: Decoration" from The Book of Kells
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  51. (Meehan) "Chapter 5: Physical features of the book" from The Book of Kells
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  52. (Meredith) "The arch at Capua: the strategic use of Spolia and references to the antique" from Intellectual life at the court of Frederick II Hohenstaufen
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  53. (Monnas) "Ch. 1: the making of medieval embroidery" from English Medieval Embroidery
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  54. (Nash) "Chapter 1: Book production and the Arts in Amiens in the 15th century" from Between France and Flanders
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  55. (Norton) "The luxury pavement in England before Westminster" from Westminster Abbey
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  56. (O'Floinn) "Secular metalwork in the eighth and ninth centuries" from 'The work of angels'
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  57. (Panayotova) "Ch. 1: colour in illuminated manuscripts" from Colour
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  58. (Panayotova) "Making an illuminated manuscript" from The Cambridge Illuminations
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  59. (Park) "The polychromy of English medieval sculpture and Painting techniques from early medieval sculpture" from Wonder and Romanesque
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  60. (Radding) "Chapters 3, 5, 7" from Medieval Architecture, Medieval Learning:
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  61. (Rockwell) "Excerpts from The art of stoneworking:a reference guide"
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  62. (Ryan) "Church metalwork in the eighth and ninth centuries" from 'The work of angels'
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  63. (Sampson) "Excerpts from Wells Cathedral" from Wells Cathedral West Front
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  64. (Spitzer) "The Cult of the Virgin and Gothic Sculpture: Evaluating Opposition in the Chartres West Facade Capital Frieze"from Gesta, v. 33, no. 2 (1994)
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  65. (Stevick) "High cross design" from Pattern and purpose in insular art
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  66. (Stratford) "Romanesque sculpture in Burgundy" from Artistes, artisans, et production artistique au moyen age
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  67. (Taylor) "The Pentecost at Vezelay" from Gesta, v. 19, no. 1 (1980)
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  68. (Walton) "Textiles" from English Medieval Industries
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  69. (Weinryb) "Excerpts from The bronze object in the Middle Ages"
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  70. (Wetter) "Essay 6: Donor's wishes, Liturgical requirements, and serial production" from The age of Opus Anglicanum
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  71. (Whitfield) "Chapter 14: The Filigree of the Hunterston and 'Tara' Brooches" from The age of migrating ideas
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  72. (Whitfield) "Chapter 24: Design and units of measure on the Hunterston Brooch" from Northumbria's Golden age
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  73. (Whitfield) "The "Tara" Brooch: An Irish Emblem of Status in Its European Context" from From Ireland coming
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  74. (Wittkower) "Ch. 2 & 3: the Middle Ages" from Sculpture
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  75. (Youngs) "Fine metalwork to c. AD 650" from 'The work of angels'
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