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5 Miya Tokumitsu The Rise of a Sculpture Collecting Culture in Late Medieval Germany

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Dr. Miya Tokumitsu, University of Melbourne
The Rise of a Sculpture Collecting Culture in Late Medieval Germany

Collecting Medieval Sculpture - Ards Study Day Paris
November 23rd-24th
Musée du Louve – Paris

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5 Miya Tokumitsu The Rise of a Sculpture Collecting Culture in Late Medieval Germany

  1. 1. THE RISE OF A SCULPTURE COLLECTING CULTURE IN LATE MEDIEVAL GERMANY ARDS 4th Annual Study Day | Collecting Medieval Sculpture November 24, 2017 Musée du Louvre, Paris Dr Miya Tokumitsu University of Melbourne miya.tokumitsu@unimelb.edu.au
  2. 2. Doman (Thomas) Hering, The Judgment of Paris, Solnhofen stone, c. 1535 Bode-Museum, Berlin.
  3. 3. “The present interest of these three [secular] genres—the portrait, the public fountain and the fleshly cabinet-piece—is that they prompt us to look back again to the age of the retable with a surmise about lesser and secular functions” (78). “It seems almost as if the Reformation decade may have concretely analysed out a mixture of functions within pre-Reformation sculpture: the major devotional function having been extracted, minor residual functions are being precipitated as separate minor genres” (78).
  4. 4. Peter Flötner Vanitas Gilded bronze, 1535–40 Bayrisches Nationalmuseum, Munich Conrat Meit Eve Boxwood, c. 1530–35 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Photo © KHM-Museumsverband Hans Schwarz Death and the Maiden c. 1520 Bode-Museum, Berlin
  5. 5. Attributed to Niclaus Gerhaert van Leyden Standing Female Figure (apple wood) and Virgin and Child (boxwood) c. 1465
  6. 6. Veit Stoss Virgin and Child c. 1495 Photo © Victoria & Albert Museum, London
  7. 7. Albrecht Dürer Erasmus of Rotterdam Engraving, 1526.
  8. 8. Vittore Carpaccio, St Augustine in His Study. Tempera on panel, c. 1502 Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, Venice
  9. 9. Michel Erhart Hellespontian Sibyl oak, c. 1470 Ulm Münster
  10. 10. Attributed to Michel Erhart Bust of a Young Man, Bust of a Young Woman limewood, c. 1480 Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
  11. 11. Erhard Schön Complaint of the Poor Persecuted Idols Woodcut, c. 1530
  12. 12. Peter Flötner Vanitas Gilded bronze, 1535–40 Bayrisches Nationalmuseum, Munich Hans Peisser Cleopatra Pearwood, c. 1550 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Photo © KHM-Museumsverband
  13. 13. Lust Gluttony Vanity Wrath Avarice Pride Peter Dell the Elder, Deadly Sins, c. 1530 Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg
  14. 14. Hans Ässlinger The Judgment of Paris Solnhofen limestone, c. 1550 Bayrisches Nationalmuseum, Munich Hans Schwarz Death and the Maiden c. 1520 Bode-Museum, Berlin
  15. 15. Sebastian Locher Justicia Boxwood relief, 1536 Bode-Museum, Berlin Hans Peisser Nemesis or Venus Marina Pearwood, after 1550 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Photo © KHM-Museumsverband
  16. 16. Sebald Beham Melancholia Engraving, n.d. Sebald Beham Night Engraving, 1548
  17. 17. Albrecht Dürer, Forge of the Heart Drawing, c. 1527–28 The British Museum, London Master IB, Forge of the Heart Engraving, c. 1529 Hans Peisser, Forge of the Heart Pearwood, c. 1540 Photo © KHM-Museumsverband
  18. 18. Veit Stoss Madonna and Child with Pomegranate Engraving, c. 1500 Veit Stoss Angelic Salutation Limewood, 1518 Church of St. Lorenz, Nuremberg
  19. 19. Ludwig Krug Nativity Engraving, 1516 Ludwig Krug Adam and Eve Solnhofen stone, 1514 Bode-Museum, Berlin
  20. 20. Urs Graf I Standard Bearer for the Canton of Bern White-line woodcut, 1521 Urs Graf I Scenes from the Life of Bernard of Clairvaux: Vision of the Virgin and Child, Conversion of William X of Aquitaine Engraved silver, 1519 Swiss National Museum, Zürich
  21. 21. Peter Flötner and Melchior Baier Coconut vessel for the Holzschuher Coconut shell and gold, c. 1535 Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg Peter Flötner Playing card Woodcut, 1525—26
  22. 22. Peter Flötner Saturn, Sol, Mars Lead plaquettes, 1540–46 Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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