The Seventh Window

The King's Window donated bij Philips II and Mary Tudor to Sint Janskerk in Gouda (1557)

Wim de Groot

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ISBN: 978-90-6550-822-5, geïllustreerd, 303 blz., June 2005
Formaat: 33.0 (h) x 25.0 (b) x 3.0 (d) cm. Gewicht: 600 gram.

trefwoorden: kerkgebouw religieus erfgoed kerkgeschiedenis bouwgeschiedenis architectuurgeschiedenis Sint-Janskerk Sint Janskerk Gouda kerkinterieur koningsglas gebrandschilderde ramen glas-in-loodramen Goudse glazen schenking patronage kerkelijke kunst kunstgeschiedenis cultuurgeschiedenis beeldenstorm Reformatie opstand Philip II Mary Tudor Dirck Crabeth Karel V Zevende Glas representatie humanisme Viglius van Aytta iconografie heraldiek bijbelse voorstelling restauratie monumentenzorg zestiende eeuw zeventiende eeuw stained-glass window Kings Window art history Low Countries sixteenth century joyeuses entrées humanists building history architectural development iconography Iconoclasm Dutch Revolt heraldry glass painting

beschrijving

1997 was an important year for Sint Janskerk in Gouda, as the Museo del Prado in Madrid asked to borrow the cartoon of the King's Window by Dirck Crabeth for the exhibition 'Felipe II. Un príncipe del Renacimiento'. Inspired by this event, it was decided to compile an anthology about the church's seventh window. Based on the many-facetted topic an international group of scholars from various disciplines studied the stained-glass window in depth as a crucial presentation of Philip II's Netherlandish and English years. An important step in current research into an enthralling era in European history of the sixteenth century.

Meer teksten en voorbeelden:

inhoudsopgaveWIM DE GROOT, Preface   GEOFFREY PARKER, Prologue. The window everyone overlooked  ... lees de hele tekst

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