Tag: romanesque art

The voices of the Romanesque

Juan Carlos Asensio How are the images and music of the Romanesque related?  The manuscripts of Gregorian songs and Visigoth songs allow us to put forward an answer: the contents painted on apses and the frontals of altarpieces, the carved figures on chests and capitals, and even the ritual formulas carved in commemorative inscriptions, have…

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Three Romanesque capitals from Sant Miquel de Fluvià identified in the Museu Nacional

Jordi Camps The cloister is one of the basic and at the same time most visually attractive parts of monasteries and cathedrals. From the Romanesque period onwards it became a monumental, articulated area, endowed with an iconographic programme sculpted on the arcades of all four sides. Due to the gradual disappearance of some of the…

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Author: Jordi Camps

The making of a Travel in the Middle Ages

Marc Sureda To be the curator and organiser of a temporary exhibition such as Travel in the Middle Ages brings with it a series of foreseen tasks in terms of the Planning, but also, it is clear, a number of unexpected experiences. These things make our work an always varied trade. Sometimes they cause concern…

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