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"Ecclesiastical Vestments of the Middle Ages: An Exhibition": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 29, no. 7 (March, 1971)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN | VOLUME 29 | NUMBER 7

"Ecclesiastical Vestments of the Middle Ages: An Exhibition"

Doherty, John T., Jane Hayward, John K. Howat, Timothy B. Husband, Dobrila-Donya Schimansky, and Bonnie Young
1971
56 pages
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"Ecclesiastical Vestments of the Middle Ages"
Timothy B. Husband

"Opus Anglicanum"
Bonnie Young

"Sacred Vestments as They Developed in the Middle Ages"
Jane Hayward

"Ecclesiastical Vestments in the Modern Church"
John T. Doherty

"The Study of Medieval Ecclesiastical Costumes: A Bibliography"
Dobrila-Donya Schimansky

Glossary

Origin and Influence
Prudence Harper, Andrew Oliver, Jr., Nora Scott, and Christine Lilyquist

"'A Young Man Impatient to Distinguish Himself'"
John K. Howat

Met Art in Publication

Mitre, Silk & metal thread, silver gilt & coral, Austrian
Austrian
13th century
Crucifixion flanked by Saints, Silk, British
British
ca. 1270 (probably before 1272)
Cope, Silk & metal thread, British
British
early 16th century
Orphrey Panels from a Chasuble, Silk and metal thread, Bohemian
Bohemian
early 15th century
Chasuble, Silk & metal thread, Italian or Spanish
Italian or Spanish
late 15th century
Chasuble, Silk & metal thread, Spanish
Spanish
early 15th century
Cope and Hood, Silk and metal thread, South Netherlandish
South Netherlandish
late 15th century
Chasuble (Opus Anglicanum), Silver and silver-gilt thread and colored silks in underside couching, split stitch, laid-and-couched work, and raised work, with pearls on velvet, British
British
ca. 1330–50
Maniple, Silk, metal thread, British
British
14th century
Scenes from the Life of Saint Augustine of Hippo, Master of Saint Augustine  Netherlandish, Oil, gold, and silver on wood, South Netherlandish
ca. 1490
Saint Peter as the First Pope, Pine partially covered with canvas, gesso, and paint, Catalan
Catalan
before 1348
Roundel with Saint Peter as Pope, Colorless glass, silver stain, vitreous paint, South Netherlandish
South Netherlandish
ca. 1525
Chasuble, Silk, parchment and linen on wool, German
German
15th century
Dalmatic, Silk, metal thread, South Netherlandish
South Netherlandish
15th century
Saint Martial Founding the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, Pot-metal glass, vitreous paint, and lead, French
French
ca. 1190
Head of a Crozier, Elephant ivory, traces of polychromy and gilding, South Italian
South Italian
ca. 1175–1225
Head of a Crozier with a Serpent Devouring a Flower, Copper: formed, engraved, chased, scraped, stippled, and gilt; champlevé enamel: medium and light blue, light green, yellow, red, and white; glass cabochons, French
French
ca. 1200–1220
Crozier Head with Crucifixion, Virgin and Child, and Saint Denis, Elephant ivory, French
French
ca. 1350
Cope, Silk, metal thread, Spanish
Spanish
ca. 1438
Chalice, Faience
ca. 945–712 B.C.
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