God and Enchantment of Place: Reclaiming Human Experience

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LIST OF PLATES
Although every effort has been made to trace and contact copyright holders before publication, the publishers will be pleased to rectify errors or omissions at the earliest opportunity, if they are notified of any.The plates appear after page404 .
1 Jacob van Ruisdael's View of Egmond aan Zee (1648). Reproduced by permission of the Currier Museum of Art, New Hampshire
2 John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows. Private Collection. Bridgeman Art Library
3 Vincent van Gogh's The Sower (November 1888). Reproduced by permission of Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent Van Gogh Foundation)
4 Vincent van Gogh's The Raising of Lazarus (May 1890). Reproduced by permission of Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent Van Gogh Foundation)
5 Piet Mondrian's New York City 1942. Oil on canvas, 119.3 × 114.2 cm. © 2004 Mondrian/Holtzman Trust c/o hcr@hcrinternational.com; Photo Bridgeman Art Library
6 Vassily Kandinsky's On Points (1928). Bridgeman Art Library, © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2004
7 English Psalter World Map (c.1265). Reproduced by permission of the British Library, MS Add. 28681, fo. 9
8 The Labyrinth of Chartres Cathedral (dedicated 1260). Sonia Halliday Photos
9 Antoni Gaudí's Guell Colony Crypt (1898-1917). Bridgeman Art Library
10 Le Corbusier's Notre-Dame-du-Haut at Ronchamp (1955). Bridgeman Art Library/Paul Maeyaert. © FLC/ADAGP, Paris DACS, London 2004
11 Tadao Ando's Church of the Light, Osaka (1989). © Richard Pare 2004

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • God and Enchantment of Place iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents ix
  • List of Plates x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Sacrament and Enchantment 5
  • 2: The Place of Encounter 37
  • 3: The Natural World 84
  • 4: Placement and Pilgrimage 153
  • 5: Competing Styles 245
  • 6: The Contemporary Context 308
  • 7: Widening the Perspective 350
  • Plates 405
  • Interim Conclusion 407
  • Appendix 414
  • Index 419
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