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Tabula picta painting and writing in medieval law by Marta Madero

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Copyright (Roman law),
  • Law, Medieval,
  • Law and art -- Europe -- History -- To 1500

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMarta Madero ; translated by Monique Dascha Inciarte and Roland David Valayre ; foreword by Roger Chartier.
SeriesMaterial texts, Material texts
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKJA2438.I58 M3313 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 141 p. ;
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24103432M
ISBN 10081224186X
ISBN 109780812241860
LC Control Number2009023571

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"Madero's book is a contribution both to the history of the property rights to artistic works and to the history of ideas about material things Tabula Picta demonstrates, in effect, that the category of the materiality of the text is subject to historical variations that depend not only on the availability of particular techniques. In Tabula Picta Marta Madero turns to the extensive glosses and commentaries that medieval jurists dedicated to the above questions when articulating a notion of intellectual and artistic property radically different from our own. The most important goal for these legal thinkers, Madero argues, was to situate things—whatever they might be Cited by: 6. Get this from a library! Tabula picta: painting and writing in medieval law. [Marta Madero] -- Who owns the tabula picta, the painted tablet? The owner of the tablet? Or to the person who painted it? This meticulous analysis of how medieval jurists responded to these questions is a major a. Subtle and erudite, Marta Madero’s book is a contribution both to the history of the property rights to artistic works and to the history of ideas about material things. The corpus that she so meticulously analyzes is that of the glosses and commentaries that medieval jurists consecrated to the question of tabula picta, a notion inherited from Roman law and the terms of which are seemingly.

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Language Note: Originally published in French as: Tabula picta: la peinture et l'écriture dans le droit médiéval, c   ALISON LOCKE PERCHUK, Art History and Visual Arts, Occidental College Marta Madero, Tabula Picta. Painting and Writing in Medieval Law, trans. Monique Dascha Inciarte and Roland David Valayre, foreword by Roger Chartier (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press) pp. Although Tabula Picta should be required reading for all historians interested in the conceptual history of the category of the work of art, Madero’s volume—like its premodern sources—is an intensely hermetic work whose structure and mode of argumentation can, at times, be taxing. In Tabula Picta Marta Madero turns to the extensive glosses and commentaries that medieval jurists dedicated to the above questions when articulating a notion of intellectual and artistic property radically different from our own. The most important goal for these legal thinkers, Madero argues, was to situate things—whatever they might be.

In Tabula Picta Marta Madero turns to the extensive glosses and commentaries that medieval jurists dedicated to the above questions when articulating a notion of intellectual and artistic property radically different from our own. The most important goal for these legal thinkers, Madero argues, was to situate things--whatever they might be. The English for tabula picta is picture. Find more Latin words at ! |a Tabula picta: |b painting and writing in medieval law / |c Marta Madero ; translated by Monique Dascha Inciarte and Roland David Valayre ; foreword by Roger Chartier. |a Philadelphia, Pa.: |b University of Pennsylvania Press, |c ©   Tabula Rasa, her debut novel, was released in September, It was an Independent Booksellers Association IndieNext pick for Fall and is a finalist for the International Thriller Writers Thriller Awards for best young adult novel/5(93).