An Iconological Analysis of the Relationships between Art, Science and Power
Series: Brill’s Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History, Volume: 60
Author: Gwendoline de MûelenaereIn Early Modern Thesis Prints in the Southern Netherlands, Gwendoline de Mûelenaere offers an account of the practice of producing illustrated thesis prints in the seventeenth-century Southern Low Countries. She argues that the evolution of the thesis print genre gave rise to the creation of a specific visual language combining efficiently various figurative registers of a historical and symbolic nature. The book offers a reflection on the representation of knowledge and its public recognition in the context of academic defenses.
Early Modern Thesis Prints makes a timely contribution to our understanding of early modern print culture and more specifically to the expanding field of study concerned with the role of visual materials in early modern thought
Copyright Year: 2022
Publication Date: 06 Dec 2021
Publication Date: 02 Dec 2021