Replicating the Icon of Santa Maria Maggiore: The Mater ter admirabilis and the Jesuits of Ingolstadt

@article{Noreen2008ReplicatingTI,
  title={Replicating the Icon of Santa Maria Maggiore: The Mater ter admirabilis and the Jesuits of Ingolstadt},
  author={Kirstin Noreen},
  journal={Visual Resources},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={19 - 37}
}
Believed to be a true portrait of the Virgin and Child, the icon of Santa Maria Maggiore (Rome) helped to justify the cult of images during the Counter‐Reformation. In the late sixteenth century, copies of the icon had widespread distribution and frequently accompanied Jesuits on their missionary expeditions or were given as diplomatic gifts to the rulers of Europe. One important copy was sent to the Jesuit College of Ingolstadt where the image became a central focus for Marian devotion. Named… Expand
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