Bibliographie


L'architecture et les exercices spirituels aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles



Sources primaires

  • A. de S. Jacques, la sainte Solitude ou les Bonheurs de la vie Solitaire avec une Description Poéticque Du saint Desert de Marlagne, proche de Namur, habité par les R.R.Pères Carmes Deschaussez, Bruxelles: Chez Goddefroy Shoevaerts, 1644.
  • Martin, I, Le Paradis Terrestre ou Emblèmes sacrés de la Solitude, Paris: Jean Henault, 1655.

Sources secondaires

  • Morel AF, Glorious Temples or Babylonic Whores, the Architecture of Church Buildings in England 1603-1736 according to Consecration Sermons, (Thèse de Doctorat, Université de Gand, 2011).
  • Morel AF, Delbeke M., ‘Metaphors in Action: Early Modern Church Buildings as Spaces of Knowlegde’, Architectural History, 53, 10, 2010.
  • Melion, WS, Scripture for the Eyes: Bible Illustration in the Sixteenth-Century Low-Countries, New York: Giles, 2009.
  • Smith C. and O’Connor J., Building the Kingdom. Gianozzo Manetti on the material and spiritual edifice, Tempe, 2006.
  • Christine Stevenson, ‘Solomon ‘engothicked’: the elder John Wood’s restoration of Llandaff cathedral’, Art History, 6, 1983.
  • Sergey R. Kravtsov, ‘Juan Bautista Villalpando and Sacred Architecture in the Seventeenth Century’, The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 64, 2005.




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