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http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/uthrc/00484/00484p2-P.html

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Levée tôt car ils viennent changer les fenêtres. Finir. J’ai comme l’impression que je ne vais voir personne.

Pluie que j’entends berk. Nan les voilà.

Le site du Vittoriale de d’Annunzio est super moche mais le lieu est étonnant. Hier après le RV, soudainement creuvée.

Je repicore des livres au lieu de sagement les terminer. C’est une maladie ça. Me voici dans je ne sais quels oracles delphiques. Tiens je vais aller voir ce qu’on en dit.

( Entre temps, le type des fenêtres qui est très sympa se fait photographier avec le Molière de R. )

After the Reformation the successful painter Paul Lautensack (1477/78-1558) dedicated himself to spreading revelations on the nature of God. Lautensack was besides Dürer the only German artist who wrote against the iconoclasts, and he believed that he as a painter could explain the images of Revelation better than theologians like Luther. He presented his insights in hundreds of highly sophisticated diagrams that display a wide range of material accessible to an urban craftsman, from the vernacular Bible to calendar illustrations. This study is the first monograph on this extraordinary man, it presents a Corpus of his surviving works, analyzes his peculiar theology of the image and locates the elements of his diagrams in the visual world of the Reformation period.

This digital collection consists of ten scrapbooks owned by the legendary escape artist Harry Houdini (1891-1926).

Included are playbills, theater programs, clippings, photographs, prints, correspondence, and other materials dating from ca. 1850 to the 1920s.

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