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A Common Art: Urban Ceremonial in Antwerp and Brussels During and After the Dutch Revolt: Urban Ceremonials in Antwerp and Brussels During and After ... in Netherlandish Art and Cultural History) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Margit Thofner

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15. Oktober 2007 Studies in Netherlandish Art and Cultural History (Buch 7)
This richly illustrated and ground-breaking volume reassesses the relationship between art, material culture and politics in the early modern period. Focusing on festivals and processions, it shows that these played a highly significant role in the life of early modern city-dwellers. In particular, there was a flourishing of urban ceremony in the southern Low Countries, in the great cities of Brabant, in the wake of the Dutch Revolt. This book traces the origins of that flourishing in the political ructions of the 1560-1580s. It also shows that, contrary to received scholarly opinion, early modern urban festivals simultaneously involved and appealed to ordinary people. It was a common and collaborative art form, a way of soliciting broad popular support for civic and princely governments alike.

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This richly illustrated and ground-breaking volume reassesses the relationship between art, material culture and politics in the early modern period. Focusing on festivals and processions, it shows that these played a highly significant role in the life of early modern city-dwellers. In particular, there was a flourishing of urban ceremony in the southern Low Countries, in the great cities of Brabant, in the wake of the Dutch Revolt. This book traces the origins of that flourishing in the political ructions of the 1560-1580s. It also shows that, contrary to received scholarly opinion, early modern urban festivals simultaneously involved and appealed to ordinary people. It was a common and collaborative art form, a way of soliciting broad popular support for civic and princely governments alike.

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A Common Art:
Urban Ceremonial in Antwerp and Brussels during and after the Dutch Revolt
This richly illustrated and ground-breaking volume reassesses the relationship between art, material culture and politics in the early modern period. Focusing on festivals and processions, it shows that these played a highly significant role in the life of early modern city-dwellers. In particular, there was a flourishing of urban ceremony in the southern Low Countries, in the great cities of Brabant, in the wake of the Dutch Revolt. This book traces the origins of that flourishing in the political ructions of the 1560s, 1570s and 1580s. It also shows that, contrary to received scholarly opinion, early modern urban festivals simultaneously involved scholarly opinion, early modern urban festivals simultaneously involved and appealed to ordinary people. It was a common and collaborative art form, a way of soliciting broad popular support for civic and princely governments alike.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A milestone for urban ceremonials of the Low Countries in 16th century 19. August 2011
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Thöfner succeeds in analyzing the traditions of urban ceremonies of the Netherlands in a refreshing way by linking the ceremonies to important events of the Dutch revolt and the civil war in the Netherlands. According to the author the processions of Antwerp and Brussels weren't just celebrations of events. They characterized the long-standing tradition of city rights, of the different layers of power within the city and the relations between the cities and their sovereigns. Not only the different parts of the processions where highly symbolic, but also the route they took through the city. Thöfner proves that the traditional urban processions change depending on the political situation in the civil war of the Netherlands of the 16th century. "A common art" is indispensable for every research on urban ceremonies of the Early Modern Times.

Dirk Van Waelderen
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