Gay couple in medieval manuscript

:: in July 14, 2018 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

In my previous post on “Roman de la Rose” I mentioned two illuminated manuscripts kept in the Polish libraries and available in the service Polona.pl. The Warsaw manuscript is a typical French production of the late 14th century, but the one now in Cracow is actually quite weird and problematic…

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Medieval orgasm

:: in June 17, 2018 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

In contrary to the common belief, medieval art is actually full of erotic depictions, but if we need an actual image of the couple having sex, we should look for it in one of the Roman de la Rose manuscripts. It was a medieval best-seller, and so it seems strange…

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on the tip of God’s tongue

:: in June 2, 2018 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

In case of some artworks something just went wrong, in spite of the artist’s good intentions. There are some artworks that may just be summed up with one sentence: “what have been seen cannot be un-seen”. I believe that this is exactly the case: a sculpture from the Holy Spirit…

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Digitalisation

:: in May 16, 2018 :: in Lectures :: 0 comments

The lectures on digitalisation of museum collections were prepared for The Academy of Heritage, a two-semester postgraduate course on managing and promoting cultural heritage (International Cutural Centre in Cracow and the Economy University in Cracow created the first Polish study on managing and protecting cultural heritage). The lectures “New media and promoting…

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