Policromia nos séculos XII e início de XIII no extremo norte da Europa: análises passadas e pesquisa futura

  • Kaja Kollandsrud Museum of Cultural History 0164, Oslo, Norway kaja.kollandsrud@khm.uio.no
  • Unn Plahter Museum of Cultural History; University of Oslo, 0315, Oslo, Norway unnp@extern.uio.no
Palavras-chave: Policromia, Escultura, Materialidade, Tecnologia de pintura, Medieval

Resumo

O artigo foca-se em esculturas medievais de madeira dos séculos XII e XIII na Noruega, com policromia original preservada. A apresentação de materiais usados na construção, na pintura e na douradura baseiam-se na análise de materiais. A sua aplicação é discutida e comparada com casos do período imediatamente a seguir. As conclusões alcançadas relativamente às características deste período permitem a sugestão de investigação futura. Fica claro, a partir das evidências obtidas, que tanto a forma de fazer como a forma de percepcionar a arte da Igreja Católica na Noruega medieval estava firmemente enraizada numa cultura estabelecida que era consistente com os paradigmas cristãos encontrados no resto da Europa medieval. Os resultados analíticos do exame da escultura preservada na Noruega são, portanto, relevantes para um contexto europeu mais vasto. Até que ponto a escultura medieval foi importada para ou produzida na Noruega e por quem é uma discussão em aberto. Conhecer melhor as tradições escultóricas de uma área geográfica mais abrangente providenciará o contexto necessário para aperfeiçoarmos o entendimento que temos das trocas culturais do período medieval.

 

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Kollandsrud, K., & Plahter, U. (2019). Policromia nos séculos XII e início de XIII no extremo norte da Europa: análises passadas e pesquisa futura. Medievalista, 1(26). https://doi.org/10.4000/medievalista.2303