By Lisa Pon
In 1428, a devastating fireplace destroyed a schoolhouse within the northern Italian urban of Forlì, leaving just a woodcut of the Madonna and baby that have been tacked to the school room wall. the folk of Forlì carried that print - referred to now because the Madonna of the hearth - into their cathedral, the place centuries later a brand new chapel was once equipped to enshrine it. during this e-book, Lisa Pon considers a cascade of moments within the Madonna of the Fire's cultural biography: while ink was once inspired onto paper at a now-unknown date; while that sheet was once well-known through Forlì's humans as staggering; whilst it used to be enshrined in numerous tabernacles and chapels within the cathedral; while it or one among its copies used to be - and nonetheless is - carried in procession. In doing so, Pon deals an test in artwork ancient inquiry that spans greater than 3 centuries of constructing, remaking, and renewal.
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6 cm Â 113 cm (with unique engaged frame). The J. Paul Getty Museum, la. electronic snapshot courtesy of the Getty’s Open content material software 14a. aspect of Fig. 14, prior to conservation. The J. Paul Getty Museum, la 15. Madonna Bianca, within the church of San Lorenzo, Portovenere. picture: writer sixteen. Salus Populi Romani, within the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome. picture: Alinari / artwork source, manhattan 17. Michelino Molinari da Besozzo, Saint Luke portray the Virgin, ca. 1430. The Pierpont Morgan Library, manhattan. MS M. 944, fol. 75v. bought with the beneficiant assistance of Alice Tully in reminiscence of Dr. Edward Graeffe, 1970. picture: The Pierpont Morgan Library, big apple 18. Giorgio Vasari, Saint Luke portray the Virgin, ca. 1565. Fresco. Church of Santissima Annunciata, Florence. picture: Scala / artwork source, big apple 19. Circle of Baldassarre Croce, St. Luke portray the Salus Populi Romani, early 17th century. Oil on panel. Museo della Basilica di S. Maria Maggiore, Rome. photograph: Courtesy of Prof. Richard Stracke, www. christianiconography. information 20. Northern Italian, The Virgin with the baby Christ baby on Her Knee, 1450–75. Woodcut coloured by way of hand and pasted onto wooden, sixty five cm Â forty five. 7 cm. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 21. Northern Italian, St. Christopher, 15th century. Woodcut with hand coloring, pasted into Rubieri computer, 195 cm Â sixty five mm, Biblioteca Oliveriana, Cod. ninety eight, fol. 1r, Pesaro 22. Northern Italian, Trinity and Saints. Woodcut with hand coloring. Inv. N. forty five, Instituzione Biblioteca Classense, Ravenna 23. Rembrandt van Rijn, The Hundred Guilder Print, 1648. Etching, engraving, and drypoint. kingdom ii/ii. 281 mm Â 392 mm. Mark S. Weil art 2011 Irrevocable belief, Promised reward of Mark S. Weil and Phoebe Dent Weil to the St. Louis artwork Museum 24. Marcantonio Raimondi and Raphael, Parnassus, ca. 1517–20. Engraving, 36. eight cm Â forty eight. four cm (sheet). Courtesy of nationwide Gallery of artwork, Washington, DC 25. directions for Jan van der Heyden’s Water Pump, 1648. Etching and transportable sort, 315 mm Â 384 mm. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 26. Fifteenth-century Eucharist iron, Museu Episcopal de Vic. ©Museu Episcopal de Vic vii 30 31 32 33 35 35 36 forty forty-one forty two forty three forty seven fifty two fifty three fifty four fifty five fifty six fifty nine viii Illustrations 27. Israhel van Meckenem, Imago Pietatis, 1490. picture: bpk, Berlin / Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany / Jo¨rg P. Anders / artwork source, new york 28. Balthasar Montcornet(? ), Schluckbilder, 17th century. thirteen. five cm Â 19. nine cm. Kunstsammlungen der Fu¨rsten zu Waldburg-Wolfegg 29. Claude Mellan, Face of Christ on St. Veronica’s fabric, 1735. Engraving, forty three cm Â 31. five cm (sheet). The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1969, Metropolitan Museum of artwork. picture: OASC, metmuseum. org 30. Albrecht Du¨rer, The Sudarium Held by way of One Angel, 1516. Etching 18. 6 cm Â thirteen. three cm. Rogers Fund, 1917, Metropolitan Museum of paintings. picture: OASC, metmuseum. org 31. Hans Schlaffer of Ulm, The Sudarium, 1470–75. Hand-colored woodcut, 28. 1 cm Â 20. 6 cm. Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1941, Metropolitan Museum of artwork. photograph: OASC, metmuseum. org 32. South German, Christ within the Mystic Wine Press, first region of the 15th century.