Joan Valero

Staging the Court of Burgundy

La cultura de la corte de Borgoña vista como un todo orgánico, desde los inicios del reinado de Felipe el Bueno (1419) hasta la muerte de María de Borgoña (1482)

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T.-H. BORCHERT; W. BLOCKMANS; N. GABRIËLS; J. OOSTERMAN; A. VAN OOSTERWIJK (eds.). Staging the Court of Burgundy, Harvey Miller Publishers, 2013, 396 p.
ISBN: 978-1-905375-82-0

En el transcurso del siglo XV, la reputación de la corte borgoñona se elevó a unos niveles sin precedentes, catapultada por las crecientes ambiciones territoriales y la acumulación de riqueza. Esta situación llegó a su clímax durante el reinado de Carlos el Temerario (1433-1477), encarnación viviente de la pompa y el boato de la corte borgoñona y generoso mecenas de las bellas artes. En lugar de centrarse en un único tema, este volumen pretende arrojar luz sobre la cultura de la corte de Borgoña como un todo orgánico, desde los inicios del reinado de Felipe el Bueno (1419) hasta la muerte de María de Borgoña (1482).

W. BLOCKMANS: The Splendour of Burgundy – for Whom?
B. HILLEWAERT: The Bruges Prinsenhof – The Absence of Splendour.
J. LUCAS: Between Politics and Care for Salvation – The Wall-Mounted Memorial of Isabel of Burgundy in the Basic Charterhouse.
H. BRINKMANN: Splendorous Art – Words for Oblivion – Origins of Literary Innovation in Dutch during Burgundian Rule 1419-1482.
B. HAGGH: Between Council and Crusade – The Ceremonial of the Order of the Golden Fleece in the 15th Century.
S. DUENNEBEIL: The Order of the Golden Fleece in the Year 1478 – Continuity of Recommencement?
A. BERLIN: Family Politics and Magic at the Court of Burgundy.
E. BOUSMAR: Jousting at the Court of Burgundy – The ‘Pas d’armes’ – Shifts in Scenario, Location and Recruitment.
M. DAMEN: The Town, the Duke, his Courtiers and their Tournament – A Spectacle in Brussels 4-7 May 1439.
J. GOOSSENAERTS: Charles the Bold’s Ten Days of Marriage Celebration – Material Culture as a Means of Political Communication between Duke and City Council.
J. HURLBUT: Symbols of Authority – Inaugural Ceremonies for Charles the Bold.
A. BROWN: Exit Ceremonies in Burgundian Bruges.
W. BRUECKLE: Political Allegory at the Court of Charles the Bold – Pageantry, an Enigmatic Portrait and the Limits of Interpretation.
K. OSCHERMA: Liquid Splendour – Table-Fountains and Wine-Fountains at the Burgundian Courts.
J. BLOOM: Performance as Paradigm – the Visual Culture of the Burgundian Court.
A. HAMILTON: The Art of Embroidery in the Burgundian Paraments of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
E. HELFENSTEIN: The Burgundian Court Goblet – On the Function and Status of Precious Vessels at the Court of Burgundy.
J. SPICER: The White Rose in the Burgundian Netherlands of Charles the Bold and Margaret of York.
E. SNOW: Music, Competition and Propaganda in the Court of Philip the Fair.
A. CAMPBELL: At the Request of the Duchess? Gift-Exchange and the Gendering of Religious Patronage.
S. KOEHL: Princely Architecture – Town Halls in the Burgundian Netherlands.
T.-H. BORCHERT: Some Thoughts about Form and Function in Early Flemish Portraits.
H. CALLEWIER: The Singers of the Bruges Churces and the Music Chapel of the Dukes of Burgundy.
H. ‘t JONG: The Room of the Scribe – Reality in Disguise Instead of Disguised Symbolism.
J. KOLDEWIJ: A Good Example to Follow – The Reliquaries of Charles the Bold, John of Lannoy, and John Bastard of Cleves.
J. OOSTERMAN: Scattered Voices – Anthonis de Roovere and Other Reporters of the Wedding of Charles the Bold and Margaret of York.
S. MAREEL: Politics, Mnemonics, and the Verse Form on the Function of the Poems in the Excellente Cronike van Vlaenderen.
O. VASSILIEVA-CODOGNET: The Portraits of the Counts of Flanders and the Coloured Drawings of the Douai Manuscript of the Excellente Cronike von Vlaenderen.
E. MOODEY: The Shade of Charlemagne.
S. JOLIVET; H. WIJSMAN: Dress and Illuminated Manuscripts at the Burgundian Court – Complementary Sources and Fashions 1430-1455.
E. KOENIG: Charles the Bold and Mary of Burgundy – Style or Who Said ‘Voustre Demeure’?
K. RUDY: The Trivulzio Hours, the Ghent Altarpiece and the Mass as Devotional Subject.
S. LINDQUIST: Luxuriating in Poverty and Philosophy – Some Unusual Nudes in the Manuscripts of Louis of Bruges.