Early Christian Art In Ireland

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2004 - Art - 200 pages
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1887. This illustrated handbook on Christian Art in Ireland was written in answer to the many problems that have arisen for laborers in the field of Christian Art in countries where the influence of the Irish Church was felt. To learn the special features of the earliest style of Christian construction you must look to Ireland, the ancient Scotia, where the genius of the people, their immemorial customs, language and institutions were so similar to Scotland and Wales. Contents include chapters on Illumination, Irish Scribes on the Continent and Metalwork.

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