THE MIRACOLOUS IMAGE IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE                                                         

Eds. Erik Thunø and Gerhard Wolf. 2004, L'Erma di Bretschneider


E. Thunø & G. Wolf: Preface
A. Vauchez: Introduction
R. C. Trexler: Being and Non-Being. Parameters of the Micaculous in the Traditional Religious Image
E. Thunø: The Miraculous Image and the Centralized Church. Santa Maria della Consolacione in Todi
P. Davies: The Lighting of Pilgrimage Shrines in Renaissance Italy
R. Maniura: The Images and Miracles of Santa Maria delle Carceri
M. Holmes: The Elusive Origins of the Cult of the Annunziata in Florence
G. Barone: Immagini miracolose a Roma alla fine del medio Evo
B. Kempers: The Pope's two Bodies. Julius II, Raphael and Saint Luke's Vergin of Santa Maria del Popolo
B. Wisch: Keys to Success. Propriety and Promotion of Miraculous Images by Roman Confraternities
M. Steen Hansen: Parmigianino and the Defence of a Miraculous Image
J. Garnett and Gervase Rosett: Translations of the Miraculous. Cult Images and Their Representations in Early Modern Liguria
M. Bacci: Portolano sacro. Santuari e immagini sacre lungo le rotte di navigazione del mediterraneo tra tardo Medioevo e prima età moderna
S. Verdi Webster: Shameless Beauty and Worldly Splendor: On the Spanish Practice of Adorning the Virgin
A. Lidov: The Flying Hodegetria. The Miraculous Icon as Bearer of Sacred Space
G. Wolf: Le immagini nel Quattrocento tra miracolo e magia. Per una "iconologia" rifondata