This book offers a unique analysis of visual religion in Reformation England as seen in its religious printed images. Challenging traditional notions of an iconoclastic Reformation, it offers a thorough analysis of the widespread body of printed images and the ways the images gave shape to the religious culture.Although the advent of mechanical reproduction was once perceived as the death knell of emotive, devotional images, as David Areford has argued, there is much evidence to suggest that devotees had aintimate interaction with the printa on aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Seeing Faith, Printing Pictures: Religious Identity during the English Reformation|
|Author||:||David J. Davis|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2013-02-15|