Origin of Christian church art, new facts and principles of research, by Josef Strzygowski; eight lectures delivered for the Olaus-Petri Foundation at Upsala, to which is added a chapter on Christian art in Britain; translated from the German by O.M.

; Dalton, O. M. (Ormonde Maddock), 1866-1945, translator ; Braunholtz, H. J. (Hermann Justus), 1888-1963
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1923.

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Standard Title Ursprung der christlichen Kirchenkunst. English
Other Authors Braunholtz, H. J. 1888-1963.
Dalton, O. M. 1866-1945,
Subjects Christian art and symbolism.
Church architecture.
Description xvii, 267, [1] pages frontispiece, 46 plates on 28 leaves 27 cm
Copyright Date 1923.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-259).
Contents 1. The new horizon -- 2. Community, church, and court -- 3. Local variation in the early Christian vaulted architecture of the East -- 4. The succession of periods in Western architecture -- 5. Religions without representational art -- 6. Non-representational church art, and the subsequent anti-representational movement -- 7. The triumph of representational art: Hellensim, Semitism, Mazdaism -- 8. Systematic investigation of essential character and application of the comparative method -- 9. Hiberno-Saxon art in the time of Bede -- Bibliography -- Index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1105730
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Strzygowski, Josef, 1862-1941.
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