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A room full of heroes: Giacomino da Ivrea's frescoes at Marseiller (Valle d'Aosta)

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (14 juin 2014)

While writing my previous post, I came to remember another set of wall paintings I visited several years ago in the Valle d’Aosta, Italy (and I will explain why they came to my mind a little further on). The frescos in question are found in the casa forte [manor house] of the Salluard (or Saluard) ...

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The Painter and the Poet

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (6 avr. 2014)

...or: Did Oswald von Wolkenstein meet Jan van Eyck? Unlike Édith Piaf, I do have regrets. One of them is not having written this post while Hasan was still around to read it. As many of you will be aware, Hasan Niyazi passed away unexpectedly last fall, and some of his friends in the international ...

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Medieval Wall Painting News 3/2014

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (12 nov. 2014)

I’m afraid this instalment of the Medieval Wall Painting News begins with rather bad news: An important set of 14th-century wall paintings in the church of St. Catherine at Arnau near the Russian town of Kaliningrad (formerly Könisgberg) were essentially destroyed during a recent “restoration ...

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The Weird and the Beautiful, part 2

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (28 mars 2014)

The more I think about it, the more I wonder whether "The Weird and the Beautiful" wouldn't have been the perfect title for the blog as a whole. Of course, the subjects I am going to discuss here will be pertinent one way or another to my work as a researcher in late medieval art, but on a more ...

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Live at Leeds (and elsewhere)

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (11 mai 2014)

Those who know me (or even those who have already been following me for a while) won’t be surprised to hear that I have never subscribed to the publish-or-perish-paradigm and that I firmly believe in quality over quantity. When it comes to conference presentations, for instance, I have always been ...

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The Saint and the Friar (A Mural of St. Christopher pt. 1)

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (4 août 2014)

I always find it nice to stumble upon medieval wall paintings on the facades of old houses when strolling through a historic city centre. In most cases, of course, such façade paintings are far from spectacular and consist of “standard” representations of popular saints, most often the Virgin ...

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The Weird and the Beautiful, part 1

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (24 mars 2014)

I believe when one starts a new blog, it is customary to set up some kind of introductory post. However, I have always been terrible at smalltalk, I have already explained the scope and content of this blog in the About section, and I have just detailed my reasons for setting up this site in a ...

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Medieval Wall Painting News 1/2014

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (29 juin 2014)

So, as announced yesterday, here is the first instalment of my Medieval Wall Painting News, covering reports from January to March 2014. Ok, technically speaking, the first item on the list is actually last year’s news, but it has continued to make the rounds all over the internet well into 2014, ...

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Three Magi and a Restoration

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (6 janv. 2015)

So, today is the feast of the Epiphany, and what better excuse to post a couple of wall paintings showing the Adoration of the Magi. Or, to be more precise, not just the Adoration but also the Journey of the Magi. Murals packing both the Journey of the Magi and the ensuing Adoration into one long, ...

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Medieval Wall Painting News - An Introduction

Opitz, Christian Nikolaus (28 juin 2014)

One of the fascinating things about studying medieval wall paintings is that there are always new discoveries. And by this I don’t mean just the usual advancement of knowledge brought about by new research and new approaches, but the simple fact that on a regular basis “new”, i.e. hitherto ...

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