Different snapshots of this special day.
Presentations of book “100 women, 100 creatives inspirations” learn more about this book 16/4/2018 Lleida: At the Assembly Hall of the Museum of Lleida Presentation by Anna Sáez, journalist. 19/4/2018 Barcelona: At the Feminine Room of the Frederic Marès Museum Presentation by Laura Borràs, writer. 21/4/2018 […]
In the framework of the project Cosmos Poblet, it has been signed an agreement of collaboration between the Gelonch-Viladegut Collection, private collection of engravings and books of art, and Poblet’s Monastery for the accomplishment of a set of exhibitions and actions centered on this artistic technique in this Catalan Monastery. […]
Emphasizing the doctrinal characteristics that want to be outlined. The differences in architectural styles and inside the temples. Iconographic accents of Catholics and Protestants (miracles and parables).
The ‘Figures of the Bible’, a precedent of the engravings collection’s and marketing. The series of the Bible present scenarios of the New Testament make for an owner engraver and with an identical format.
Engravers working on commission. Reproductive prints: from Painting and Sculpture to Plate. The great artists on Modern Era make engravings to illustrate different biblical scenarios.
About the violence and religion’ wars in Europe: the German Peasants’ War, the Kingdom of France split (Henry IV and Louis XIV) and Iconoclasm and Political Revolt in the Netherlands. Remembering the Martyrs.
The Counter-Reformation: the role of Holy Images and the exaltation of Saints and Relics. The printing press, ‘a gift from God’, for Luther. The battle of the images between Catholics and Protestants.
Which are the principles of the Protestant Reform? Those who were the principal Reformers? What did suppose the Counter-reformation? Why did Council meet in Trent?
The role of the images in the Europe of beginnings of the 16th century in a frame dominated by a triple revolution: technological, theological and in relation with the space and the power (the Humanism and the Renaissance).