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English Gothic Misericord Carvings: History from the Bottom Up

(Art and Material Culture in Medieval and Renaissance Europe #9)

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English Gothic Misericord Carvings: History from the Bottom Up by Betsy Chunko-Dominguez is the first book to move beyond textual dependence and traditional iconographic analysis when examining misericords. It likewise builds the most thorough discussion to date of the relationship between the misericord's several potential audiences - including patron, craftsman, occupant ...more
Hardcover, 184 pages
Published March 23rd 2017 by Brill
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