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ISBN:
0806903139
Author:
Miranda Green
Category:
Decorative Arts & Design
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sterling Pub Co Inc (October 1, 1997)
Pages:
176 pages
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1473 kb
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Celtic art : symbols & imagery. Aldhouse-Green, Miranda J. (Miranda Jane). Art, Celtic, Celtic religious visual arts Symbolism.

Celtic art : symbols & imagery. New York : Sterling Pub.

Celtic Art : Symbols and Imagery. by Miranda Aldhouse-Green. In this ed volume, she approaches Celtic art in terms of what it expresses about Celtic culture's spiritual beliefs and social organization.

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Miranda Jane Aldhouse-Green, FSA, FLSW (née Aldhouse; born 24 July 1947) is a British archaeologist and . Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend, Thames and Hudson, 1997. Celtic Art; Symbols and Imagery, Sterling, 1997. Vessels of Death", Antiquaries Journal 78 (1998): 63–84.

Miranda Jane Aldhouse-Green, FSA, FLSW (née Aldhouse; born 24 July 1947) is a British archaeologist and academic. She was Professor of Archaeology at Cardiff University from 2006 to 2013 Contents. 1 Early life and education. Pilgrims in Stone, British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 1999.

Miranda Green explores a number of iconographic themes in depth . Her discussion of the use of the male and female image, and the Divine Marriage reveals the very varied concepts embraced by anthropomorphic imagery.

Miranda Green explores a number of iconographic themes in depth, and examines the tribal and regional differences in artistic cult expression. The artistic expression of animal cults and that of natural forces such as the sun, water and trees, is also discussed.

Celtic Art: Symbols & Imagery Paperback – October 1, 1997. by Miranda Green (Author). This one is a couple levels above the typical "Art of XYZ" guidebook

Celtic Art: Symbols & Imagery Paperback – October 1, 1997. This one is a couple levels above the typical "Art of XYZ" guidebook. The book covers Celtic art from around 600 BC up to medieval times, with emphasis on prehistoric and proto-historic (after Roman contact) artifacts. Miranda Green's writing is clear and understandable, and the book is written for someone (like me) who knows little about the topic. The book is well-illustrated, and the color reproduction is pretty good.

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variety of subjects is awesome, as is the sustained iconography of their symbols and emblems. A work of major importance. Categories: Art. Год: 1992.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art. Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art. By Miranda Green. John Legonna (1918-78) was a celtophile whose father was Cornish and his mother Welsh. He had a lifelong commitment to the promotion of the identity of Wales and of all the Celtic countries.

122 objects are described and illustrated in color.
  • Laitchai
a very good book. must have for those interested in a start to Celtic artwork and the themes therin.
  • Debeme
Good product and service
  • Olwado
This one is a couple levels above the typical "Art of XYZ" guidebook. The book covers Celtic art from around 600 BC up to medieval times, with emphasis on prehistoric and proto-historic (after Roman contact) artifacts. Miranda Green's writing is clear and understandable, and the book is written for someone (like me) who knows little about the topic.The book is well-illustrated, and the color reproduction is pretty good. The format, a slightly-oversize trade paperback, keeps the illustrations on the small side.

All in all, this is a good introduction to Celtic art, and I recommend it.

Happy reading--
Peter D. Tillman
  • Dangerous
had some very nice pictures. very helpful. will stay on my shelf for a verry long time.