COUNTER-REFORMATION AGENDA IN THE PAINTINGS OF THE VIRGIN MARY By

@inproceedings{Heaphy2017COUNTERREFORMATIONAI,
  title={COUNTER-REFORMATION AGENDA IN THE PAINTINGS OF THE VIRGIN MARY By},
  author={Sharon Lynne Heaphy},
  year={2017}
}
  • Sharon Lynne Heaphy
  • Published 2017
COUNTER-REFORMATION AGENDA IN THE PAINTINGS OF THE VIRGIN MARY Sharon Lynne Heaphy April 15,2011 This paper investigates the objectives ofCounter-Refonnation leaders as seen through the visual culture of the Virgin Mary in the time period. This study was completed by examining three paintings by three different artists: Federico Barocci, Madonna del Popolo, 1579; Guido Reni, Immaculate Conception, 1627; and Annibale Carracci, Assumption of the Virgin, 1592. Although these painters all embrace… CONTINUE READING

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