Spiritual Passage and Pictorial Strategy in the Romanesque Frescoes at Vicq

Kupfer, Marcia
March 1986
Art Bulletin;Mar1986, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
Focuses on how the imagery of the frescoes in the parish church of Saint Martin at Nohant-Vicq, France, is strategically arranged in relation to the spatial configuration of the church. Way by which the programmatic scheme may relate to exegetical literature written at the abbey of D é ols to which Vicq belonged; Features of the Romanesque monumental paintings at the parish church.


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