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Medieval miscellany presented to Eugène Vinaver by pupils, colleagues and friends

Medieval miscellany presented to Eugène Vinaver by pupils, colleagues and friends

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Published by Manchester University Press, Barnes & Noble in Manchester, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by F. Whitehead, A.H. Diverres and F.E. Sutcliffe.
ContributionsVinaver, Eugène., Whitehead, Frederick., Diverres, A. H. 1914-, Sutcliffe, Frank Edmund.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20896820M

Why are paintings from medieval times more generic, lacking individual qualities? a. virtually all medieval paintings were produced by monks. b. the church frowned upon individualism. c. painters copied from each other. d. painters copied from pattern books. Manuscript miscellany, comprising letters etc., by William Morris, Kate Greenaway (to her publisher Routledge), Augustus Welby Pugin, Thomas Daniell (sending "another set of the Indian Antiquities" [i.e. the Antiquities of India, ] and thanking his correspondent for his "elegant translation from Hafiz", ), Joseph Paxton (written in the year of the Great Exhibition – "The truth.

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