The religious symbolism of Michelangelo : the sistine ceiling


The religious symbolism of Michelangelo : the sistine ceiling

Edgar Wind ; edited by Elizabeth Sears ; with essays by John W. O'Malley and Elizabeth Sears

Oxford University Press, 2000

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Bibliography: p. [202]-227

Includes index



This volume collects Wind's published articles and his extensive unpublished writings on Michelangelo. His interpretation of the Sistine Ceiling as a typological programme, its Old Testament scenes adumbrating New Testament events, stands as a demonstration of the complex relationships possible between art and ideas. The volume opens with an introduction to Wind's art-historical work by Elizabeth Sears and a survey of accomplishments in the field of Renaissance theology by John W. O'Malley.


Edgar Wind on Michelangelo, by Elizabeth Sears. The Religious and Theological Culture of Michelangelo's Rome, 1508-1512, by John W. O'Malley. I Sante Pagnini and Michelangelo: A Study of the Succession of Savonarola. II The Renaissance Belief in Prophecy. III Four Miracles of Salvation. IV The Passion Foreshadowed in the Creation. V The Ark of Noah. VI Adam and Eve. VII In the Beginning. VIII The Book of the Generation of Jesus Christ. IX Maccabean Histories in the Sistine Ceiling: A Note on Michelangelo's Use of the Malermi Bible. X Michelangelo's Prophets and Sibyls. XI Michelangelo's progress among Theologians. AppendicesA: Fragmentary Sketches on Some Early Works. B: Short Notes on Method. C: Tables of Contents (1935-1968). BibliographyPrimary Sources. Secondary Sources

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