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ISBN 9780367363062
August 20, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
216 Pages 16 Color & 40 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

    This collection of essays explores hybridity in early modern art through two primary lenses: hybrid media and hybrid time.

    The varied approaches in the volume to theories of hybridity reflect the increased presence in art historical scholarship of interdisciplinary frameworks that extend art historical inquiry beyond the single time or material. The essays engage with what happens when an object is considered beyond the point of origin or as a legend of information, the implications of the juxtaposition of disparate media, how the meaning of an object alters over time, and what the conspicuous use of out-of-date styles means for the patron, artist, and/or viewer. Essays examine both canonical and lesser-known works produced by European artists in Italy, northern Europe, and colonial Peru, ca. 1400-1600.

    The book will be of interest to art historians, visual culture historians, and early modern historians.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction: Hybridity in Early Modern Art

    Ashley Elston and Madeline Rislow

    Part 1: Hybrid Media

    1. Connecting Human and Divine: Carlo Crivelli’s Hybrid Media

    Amanda Hilliam

    2. Collaboration and Dissonance in Siena’s Bichi Altarpiece

    Ashley Elston

    3. Emblems and Hybridity in a Southern German Epitaph Sculpture

    Catharine Ingersoll

    4. Hybridity, Media, and Source Material in Visual Representations of the Wild Woman: Transitions from Hand-Copied Manuscripts to Hand-Press Prints

    Michelle Moseley-Christian

    5. A Material Legacy: Hybridity and French Manuscript Illumination from the Late Fifteenth through Sixteenth Centuries

    Larisa Grollemond

    Part 2: Hybrid Time

    6. Visual Hybridity in the Sancta Sanctorum (Rome): Reframing the Middle Ages

    Kirstin Noreen

    7. (Re-)Encasing the Ashes of St. John the Baptist in Genoa Across Time

    Madeline Rislow

    8. Recycling, Renaissance Style: Hybridity and Giorgio Vasari’s Pieve Altarpieces

    Sally J. Cornelison

    9. Style and Meaning Beyond Europe: Bernardo Bitti and Mannerism

    Christa Irwin

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    Editor(s)

    Biography

    Ashley Elston is Associate Professor of Art History at Berea College.

    Madeline Rislow is Assistant Professor and Director of Art History at Missouri Western State University.