Routledge Research in Art and Religion is a new series focusing on religion and spirituality as examined by scholars working in the fields of art history and visual studies. Proposals for monographs and edited collections on this topic are welcomed.
The Legend of Veronica in Early Modern Art
Aesthetic Theology in the Franciscan Tradition The Senses and the Experience of God in Art
March 11, 2021
This book explores the place of art in Latter-day Saint society during the first fifty years of the Utah settlement, beginning in 1847. Nathan K. Rees uncovers the critical role that images played in nineteenth-century Mormon religion, politics, and social practice. These artists not only ...
Katherine T. Brown
February 21, 2020
In The Legend of Veronica in Early Modern Art, Katherine T. Brown explores the lore of the apocryphal character of Veronica and the history of the “true image” relic as factors in the Franciscans’ placement of her character into the Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) as the Sixth Station, in both ...
Xavier Seubert, Oleg Bychkov
November 08, 2019
The book investigates the aesthetic theology embedded in the Franciscan artistic tradition. The novelty of the approach is in applying concepts gleaned from Franciscan textual sources to create a deeper understanding of how art in all its sensual forms was foundational to the Franciscan milieu. ...
Susan L. Green
November 05, 2018
This book is the first detailed investigation to focus on the late medieval use of Tree of Jesse imagery, traditionally a representation of the genealogical tree of Christ. In northern Europe, from the mid-fifteenth to the early sixteenth centuries, it could be found across a wide range of media. ...
August 08, 2018
Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art approaches tradition and transculturality in religious art from an Orthodox perspective that defines tradition as a dynamic field of exchanges and synergies between iconographic types and their variants. Relying on a new ontology of iconographic types, ...