Shakespeare and the Arts of Design: (Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting)

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THE
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
STUDIES
A Quarterly of Research

CONTENTS


SHAKESPEARE
AND
THE ARTS OF DESIGN
(Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting)

ARTHUR H. R. FAIRCHILD, PH.D.

Professor of English, University of Missouri

Volume XII JANUARY 1, 1937 Number 1

PUBLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, COLUMBIA
IN JANUARY, APRIL, JULY, AND OCTOBER

SINGLE COPIES: ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: FOUR DOLLARS

Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Columbia, Missouri

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface vii
  • Contents x
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Part One- -- Architecture 1
  • II- A Composite Picture- Gateways, Gatehouses, Courts 9
  • III- Gables, Chimneys, Windows, and Other External Features 11
  • IV- The Ground Floor- The Hall and the Lodgings 14
  • V- The Offices 17
  • VI- To the Upper Floor 19
  • VII- Furnishings, and a General View 22
  • VIII- Building Operations 24
  • IX- Churches 27
  • X- Turrets and Towers 28
  • XI- Ruins 30
  • XII- London- The Tower 34
  • XIII- London Bridge 36
  • XIV- Up the Thames to Westminster 40
  • XVI- Westminster--The Sanctuary and the Hermitage 44
  • XVII- Lonoon--Its Heart and Its Vicinity 45
  • XVIII- Shakespeare and Others on Architecture 48
  • Part Two--Sculpture 53
  • Part Two--Sculpture 53
  • II- Some Terms, Materials, and General Allusions 60
  • III- Religious Sculpture 62
  • IV- Secular Sculpture- General 65
  • V- Secular Sculpture- Classical 67
  • VI- The Hermione Statue 71
  • VII- Mortuary Sculpture- Shakespeare and the Tombs of Westminster Abbey 76
  • VIII- Mortuary Sculpture--Some Allusions 78
  • IX- Decorative and Accessory Features 83
  • X- The Stratford Bust 90
  • Part Three- -- Painting 97
  • Part Three- -- Painting 97
  • II- Shakespeare and Some Paintings 104
  • III- Some Terms and General Allusions 109
  • V- Miniatures and Panel Portraits 122
  • VII- Perspective and ''Perspectives'' 130
  • IX- Wall and Ceiling Painting 131
  • X- The Case of Fortune 147
  • XIV- Painted Signs 150
  • Part Four- -- The Epilogue 155
  • Part Four- -- The Epilogue 155
  • III- The Problem of Form 170
  • V- Painting and Shakespeare''s Treatment of Pity 183
  • Index 191
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