Caught between the Folds: An Intertextual and Intervisual Engagement with Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Religious Paintings
|West, Ashley D.
|McCabe, Sophia Quach
|The following thesis examines Pieter Bruegel the Elder's religious paintings and audience engagement, as based not solely on the content of the works, but on their formal structure, as well. Vignettes and smaller figure groups within Bruegel's compositions provide the basic structure and platform for an intertextual and intervisual engagement. The religious, social, and political context of the mid-sixteenth century is also considered to help frame the connection between the viewer and the following paintings: Procession to Calvary (1564, Vienna), Sermon of St. John the Baptist (1566, Budapest) and Conversion of St. Paul (1567, Vienna).
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|Caught between the Folds: An Intertextual and Intervisual Engagement with Pieter Bruegel the Elder's Religious Paintings
|Hall, Marcia B.
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