Table of contents for The Netherlandish image after iconoclasm, 1566-1672 : material religion in the Dutch golden age / Mia M. Mochizuki.

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The Netherlandish Image after Iconoclasm, 1566-1672
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations									 Acknowledgements									 
A Word on Terminology								 Introduction. The Mythic Vacuum
1. The Gothic Cathedral										Nave	? 	Crossing 	?	Choir	?	Exodus
2. Images of Iconoclasm							 
	Passionate	?	Protective	? 	Generative
3. The Word Made Material 
	Oil	?	Wood 		?	Stone
4. The Word Made Memorial 
	Composition	?	Typology	?	Precedent
5. The Word Made Manifest
	Display		?	Reception	? 	Patronage				
Conclusion. Material Religion		
	A. Text Paintings, 1578-ca.1700
		Last Supper	?	Siege of Haarlem 	?	Matthew	? 	John			Linen Weavers¿	?	Greengrocers¿	?	Bread Bench 	?	Regnaud			Deacons¿	?	Orphans¿
	B. Epitaphs, 1578-ca.1700
		Pieter Jansz. Raedt and Ermgaerdt Coenraedtsdr.
		Gregoris Symonsz. and Magdalena Claesdr.
		Nicolaes van der Leur and Agatha Adriaansdr. van Hoorn
	C. Ship Models in Dutch Reformed Churches, ca.1500-1987		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christianity and art -- Netherlands -- Reformed Church.
Christian art and symbolism -- Netherlands -- Modern period, 1500-.
Kathedrale Basiliek Sint-Bavo (Haarlem, Netherlands).