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Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle's Boschian 'Haywain' Tapestry: From Reformation to World Renunciation

@inproceedings{Dumouchel2015CardinalAP,
  title={Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle's Boschian 'Haywain' Tapestry: From Reformation to World Renunciation},
  author={Eleanor Yuri Dumouchel},
  year={2015}
}
This thesis addresses the changes and additions to the Haywain triptych that resulted in the Haywain tapestry, as well as how this work would have appealed to Catholic humanists and ecumenical reformers such as Cardinal Granvelle in the period 1530-1566. Following an exposition of the historical context of Catholic reformism in the Netherlands, this thesis will consider the circular composition of the Haywain tapestry – notably, the globus that circumscribes the image – and its affiliation with… Expand

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