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Art as spiritual perception : essays in honor of E. John Walford

Author: E John Walford; James Romaine
Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois : Crossway, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E John Walford; James Romaine
ISBN: 9781433531798 1433531798
OCLC Number: 773020632
Description: 288 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword: Mentoring eyes: Hans Rookmaaker and John Walford / Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker --
Introduction: You will see greater things than these: John Walford's content-oriented method of art history / James Romaine --
Neofitus, he went to God: the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus / Linda Møskeland Fuchs --
Gothic architecture and "the pure and naked seeing of divine reality": Chartres Cathedral / Rachel Hostetter Smith --
Heaven come to earth: the Limbourg Brothers' January (from Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry) / Matthew Vanderpoel --
Academia's "religious turn:" the Brancacci Chapel / Matthew Milliner --
The shape of place: Joachim Patinir's Landscape with Saint Jerome / Henry Luttikhuizen --
The perception of spirituality: Hans Holbein's The French Ambassadors / William Dyrness --
A localized providence: Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Hunters in the Snow / Rachel-Anne Johnson --
Space, symbol, and spirit: Pieter Saenredam's Interior of the Church of St. Odulphus at Assendelft / Jan Laurens Siesling --
Categories for art historical methodology: Antoine Watteau's The Dance (Les Fetes venitiennes) / Calvin Seerveld --
Departing light: Caspar David Friedrich's Tetschen Altar (Cross in the Mountains) / Kaia Magnusen --
Remember thy Creator: John Constable's Dedham Vale / Anne Roberts --
What the halo symbolized: Vincent van Gogh's Sower with Setting Sun / James Romaine --
Evolving a "better" world: Piet Mondrian's Flowering Apple Tree / Graham Birtwistle --
Spiritually charged visual strategy: Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm / Linda Stratford --
The liberating myth: Joseph Beuys' I Like America and America Likes Me / James Watkins --
A portrait of E. John Walford / Joel Sheesley.
Responsibility: edited by James Romaine ; foreword by Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker.
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