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Creating sacred space: the religious visual culture of the Renaissance Venetian casa*
Religion and its visible manifestations were fundamental and consistent aspects of the Renaissance household, yet the subject remains largely overlooked in the scholarship on the domesticExpand
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11 Mary Magdalene Between Public Cult and Personal Devotion in Correggio’s Noli me tangere
Correggio’s Noli me tangere , today in the Prado in Madrid, is representative of his unique approach to a common subject. This chapter establishes a connection between the figure of Mary Magdalene inExpand
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The Arts of Domestic Devotion in Renaissance Italy: The Case of Venice
Title of Dissertation: THE ARTS OF DOMESTIC DEVOTION IN RENAISSANCE ITALY: THE CASE OF VENICE Margaret Anne Morse, Doctor of Philosophy, 2006 Dissertation directed by: Professor Anthony ColantuonoExpand
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