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Carolingian art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carolingian art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Treasure Binding. LINDAU GOSPELS, back cover (8th century Anglo-Saxon work) © The Morgan Library, New York, NY, USA. (Photo edited to show detail. See original at link.)  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindau_Gospels  ... [Do not remove caption. Crediting the copyright holder is required by law]  Promote our Museums & encourage them to share their treasures! Identify the artwork, artist & holding museum.  Link directly to the Museum's site.

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Treasure Binding. LINDAU GOSPELS, back cover (8th century Anglo-Saxon work) © The Morgan Library, New York, NY, USA. (Photo edited to show detail. See original at link.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindau_Gospels ... [Do not remove caption. Crediting the copyright holder is required by law] Promote our Museums & encourage them to share their treasures! Identify the artwork, artist & holding museum. Link directly to the Museum's site.

Cover for a Book of the Gospels, Carolingian, German, 11th century (gold)

Cover for a Book of the Gospels, Carolingian, German, 11th century (gold)

front piece--History of Arts and Aesthetics II: Carolingian Art

front piece--History of Arts and Aesthetics II: Carolingian Art

Plaque with the Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church  Date: ca. 800–825 Geography: Made in Aachen, Germany Culture: Carolingian Medium: Ivory Dimensions: Overall: 8 11/16 x 5 11/16 x 5/16 in. (22 x 14.5 x 0.8 cm) Classification: Ivories Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917

Plaque with the Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church Date: ca. 800–825 Geography: Made in Aachen, Germany Culture: Carolingian Medium: Ivory Dimensions: Overall: 8 11/16 x 5 11/16 x 5/16 in. (22 x 14.5 x 0.8 cm) Classification: Ivories Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917

Ivory Carolingian plaque from Aachen, Germany, with the Virgin Mary as a personification of the Church, c.800-25; her military appearance and cross-topped sceptre symbolise triumph, and her spindle is a symbolic reference to the Annunciation. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Ivory Carolingian plaque from Aachen, Germany, with the Virgin Mary as a personification of the Church, c.800-25; her military appearance and cross-topped sceptre symbolise triumph, and her spindle is a symbolic reference to the Annunciation. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

front-close-up--History of Arts and Aesthetics II: Carolingian Art

front-close-up--History of Arts and Aesthetics II: Carolingian Art

Tampa de ouro com pedras preciosas , safiras , esmeraldas e pérolas. No centro da tampa aparece Cristo em Majestade sentada no globo do mundo e segurando no colo um livro com a inscrição " Eu sou o caminho e a verdade , e a vida. Ninguém vem ao Pai, senão por mim. " Exemplo importante da arte carolíngia , bem de uma das muito poucas ligações sobrevivo tesouro desta data. Precisamente datada de 870. "

Tampa de ouro com pedras preciosas , safiras , esmeraldas e pérolas. No centro da tampa aparece Cristo em Majestade sentada no globo do mundo e segurando no colo um livro com a inscrição " Eu sou o caminho e a verdade , e a vida. Ninguém vem ao Pai, senão por mim. " Exemplo importante da arte carolíngia , bem de uma das muito poucas ligações sobrevivo tesouro desta data. Precisamente datada de 870. "

Plaque with the Crucifixion, Carolingian ivory, France, c. 870. Metropolitan Museu of Art, NY. It depicts an allegorical crucifixion, a common theme in Metz ivories. Above the cross are bust-length personifications of the sun and the moon. From Christ's right side flows a stream of blood and water, which is caught by a personification of the Church. To the immediate right of Christ is the hooded figure of Synagogue, her body turning away.

Plaque with the Crucifixion, Carolingian ivory, France, c. 870. Metropolitan Museu of Art, NY. It depicts an allegorical crucifixion, a common theme in Metz ivories. Above the cross are bust-length personifications of the sun and the moon. From Christ's right side flows a stream of blood and water, which is caught by a personification of the Church. To the immediate right of Christ is the hooded figure of Synagogue, her body turning away.

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