Appel à contribution : « De coloribus. Material, Symbolic and Social Crossroads of Medieval and Renaissance Painting », date limite le 29 mai 2023

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Juliette Brack, « Appel à contribution : « De coloribus. Material, Symbolic and Social Crossroads of Medieval and Renaissance Painting », date limite le 29 mai 2023 », Centre d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance, ID : 10.58079/mp6c


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Colour, both in its material and light dimensions, played a leading role in Medieval and Renaissance visual culture. Taking part in altarpieces, sculptures, architecture, tapestries, wall paintings and illuminated manuscripts, colour embraced multiple variants. Likewise, the translucent, ethereal but also brilliant and changing tones of enameled pieces and goldsmiths, gems, mosaics and stained glasses acquired an equally vital importance. Far from the imaginaries built during the nineteenth ...

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