Tributes to Jean Michel Massing : towards a global art history / edited by Mark Stocker and Phillip Lindley.

"This book is a Festschrift to honour Jean Michel Massing, Professor of the History of Art at the University of Cambridge, on his retirement and contains essays from 21 of his colleagues and former students. An indispensable study for all admirers of Jean Michel Massing's work, this public...

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Other Authors: Stocker, Mark, 1956- (Editor), Lindley, Phillip (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Harvey Miller Publishers, An imprint of Brepols Publishers, [2016]
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Summary:"This book is a Festschrift to honour Jean Michel Massing, Professor of the History of Art at the University of Cambridge, on his retirement and contains essays from 21 of his colleagues and former students. An indispensable study for all admirers of Jean Michel Massing's work, this publication includes essays reflecting some of the many fields of research that he has explored throughout his academic career. Twenty-one of Professor Massing's colleagues and former students have contributed to this volume on the occasion of his retirement as Professor of Art at the University of Cambridge. The global aspect of Jean Michel Massing's oeuvre forms the binding element between the various topics covered in this collection, paying homage to the interdisciplinary nature of his approach to the field of art history. Defying strictly linear, spatio-temporal trajectories, this volume is an ongoing conversation with Professor Massing, ambitiously taking his brilliant work as the inspiration and basis for the further development of a global history of art."--Publisher's website.
Physical Description:vi, 374 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 29 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:1909400386
9781909400382
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