Why Did Louis De Roncherolles Commission A Stained-Glass Window For Beauvais In 1522?
Cothren addresses a complex formal and iconographic composition, a sixteenth-century stained glass window at Beauvais, which, like most French Renaissance stained-glass windows, is virtually unstudied as a work of art. The concerns and contexts revealed by the study of stained-glass windows places them at the center of postmodern art historical discourse, and since most sixteen-century windows are currently in danger of disintegration from physical neglect, their integration into the scholarly mainstream might also work to save them from destruction.
Michael Watt Cothren.
"Why Did Louis De Roncherolles Commission A Stained-Glass Window For Beauvais In 1522?".
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