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Zur Reproduktionsgeschichte mittelalterlicher Schriftformen und Miniaturen in der Neuzeit Teil II: Die erste Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts

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With the growing enthusiasm for medieval art and architecture during the first half of the 19th century also miniature painting gained larger attention by scholars in various parts of Western Europe. In the wake of great ancestors as Mabillon and Bessel - and still indebted to them - those men discussed and copied medieval miniatures with an astonishing sensibility for both the artistic detail and the historical background. But also these protagonists - with their manifold intentions and their endeavour for the spreading of fac-similes - can be caught manipulating - unconsciously or consciously - the original. Finally, it was the medium of photography which guaranteed 'objective' reproductions of miniatures, for the benefit of research in modern sense.


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