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    Death and resurrection in art / Enrico De Pascale ; translated by Anthony Shugaar.
    by De Pascale, Enrico.
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    Los Angeles : J. Paul Getty Museum, 2009.
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  • Death in art.
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  • Resurrection in art.
  • ISBN: 
    9780892369478 (pbk.)
    0892369477 (pbk.)
    Series: 
    Guide to imagery.
    Description: 
    384 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 20 cm.
    Contents: 
    Blood and the arrow -- Vanitas vanitatum -- Eros and Thanatos -- Between heaven and earth -- Mistress of the world -- Cult of the dead -- Afterworld -- Rebirth.
    Content Notes: 
    Translated from the Italian.
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    J. Paul Getty Museum.
    Summary: 
    "As one of the unavoidable realities of human existence, death is also one of the oldest and most common themes in the history of art. From Egyptian tomb paintings and battle scenes on Greek vases by anonymous artists, to depictions of the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus by the great Renaissance masters, to contemporary encounters with these subjects by such artists as Damien Hirst and Andres Serrano, the contents of this book highlight three thousand years of the iconography of death and resurrection. While focusing on the Western artistic tradition, the book also includes many artworks from Asia, Africa, and Oceania." "De Pascale explores depictions of these two subjects thematically, through chapters on violent death, ceremonial tributes to the departed, allegorical depictions of death, and the journey to the afterlife. The book concludes with an examination of symbolic representations of the victory of life over death."--BOOK JACKET.
    Notes: 
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 382-383) and indexes.
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