The figure of Mary in scenes of the Nativity – from East to West. An iconological analysis of representations of the Nativity selected from a series of images which from the Byzantine icon lead directly to the Renaissance. Stylistic and semantic variations of the posture and role of Mary in scenes of the Nativity: from the central role of the Mother of God in the context of the dogma of the incarnation, to the humanity and tenderness of a mother in medieval devotional practices, to the figure of Mary, kneeling, the first adorer of the Divine child.

Da Maria puerpera a Maria adorante : Evoluzione della postura della Madre di Dio nelle immagini della Natività

Maria Bergamo
2003

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The figure of Mary in scenes of the Nativity – from East to West. An iconological analysis of representations of the Nativity selected from a series of images which from the Byzantine icon lead directly to the Renaissance. Stylistic and semantic variations of the posture and role of Mary in scenes of the Nativity: from the central role of the Mother of God in the context of the dogma of the incarnation, to the humanity and tenderness of a mother in medieval devotional practices, to the figure of Mary, kneeling, the first adorer of the Divine child.
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