The Cloisters Cross: Its Art and Meaning
The attribution to the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds - the name by which the cross was first known - is discussed at length. In rich and exacting detail the authors reveal, as do the splendid new color photographs by Malcolm Varon, just how the Cloisters Cross, in its imagery and consummate workmanship, bears "witness to a level of erudition and artistry seldom seen in the twelfth century or later."
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Acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1960, the Cloisters Cross has been the focus of much speculation and study. Parker (art history, Fordham Univ.), editor of The Cloisters ... Leer reseña completa