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Gothic Manuscripts: c. 1260-1320 (A SURVEY OF MANUSCRIPTS ILLUMINATED IN FRANCE) 1st Edition

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"The publication of the first of two parts of Alison Stones' long-awaited contribution to Harvey Miller's A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in France is cause for both celebration and reflection. Celebration because Stones--among the most experienced and wide-ranging scholars in the area of French book illumination of the Gothic period--shares generously of her profound and organic understanding of the art form in this critical period when France, and Paris in particular, was its acknowledged lodestar. Reflection, because the very ambition and weight (both literal and metaphorical) of the volumes, which are after all only two of four planned for the series, raise important questions about the future of scholarship in the discipline and about the ways in which the collection and organization of data and knowledge will take shape. These are materially and intellectually significant books about a period when the book itself was taking on new material and intellectual significance, but they also appear at a moment when the status of the codex volume as a vehicle for the monumental architecture of scholarship is at best uncertain, and new technologies of information seem poised to alter the way we collect, use, and process the data essential to the craft of art history." --Alexa Sand, The Medieval Review
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