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100 1  Suykerbuyk, Ruben,|eauthor|4aut 
245 14 The matter of piety :|bmaterial culture in Zoutleeuw's 
       Church of Saint Leonard (c. 1450-1620) /|cby Ruben 
       Suykerbuyk. 
263    2009 
264  1 Leiden ;|aBoston :|bBrill,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource (xx, 428 pages :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Studies in Netherlandish art and cultural history,|x1872-
       9932 ;|vvolume16 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Acknowledgements -- List of Illustrations -- Abbreviations
       -- Note on Currencies -- Introduction: The Matter of Piety
       in an Age of Religious Change -- A Pulverized Image? 
       Status quaestionis -- Sources, Methodology and Set-up -- 
       Part 1: Late Medieval Piety in Perspective -- 1 The Cult 
       of Saint Leonard at Zoutleeuw -- Saint Leonard's 
       Altarpiece -- Protohistory of the Cult -- The Fortunes of 
       Devotion: Offerings -- The Promotion of Devotion -- 2 The 
       Image of Piety at the Dawn of Iconoclasm -- Old Sources, 
       New Views: Miracles and Indulgences -- The Cult Circuit in
       the Low Countries -- A Spirited Devotional Culture 
       Materialized -- part 2: Catholic Piety in Iconoclastic 
       Times -- 3 1520. The Waning of Medieval Piety? -- Cornelis
       Floris' Sacrament House -- The Introduction of Protestant 
       Thought -- The 1520-Thesis -- Continuities -- 4 Pilgrimage
       -- The Public Debate on Images, Miracles and Pilgrims -- 
       The Cult of Saint Leonard at Zoutleeuw: Tradition and 
       Innovation -- Miracles and Cults, Old and New -- Miracles 
       as Anti-Protestant Statements -- 5 Parish Liturgy -- The 
       Eucharist -- Musical Embellishment -- 6 Patronage -- The 
       Memorial Landscape in Zoutleeuw -- Van Wilre's Project -- 
       Countering the Reformation -- Sacrament Houses as Objects 
       of Defiance -- 7 1566: The Beeldenstorm and Its Aftermath 
       -- Destructions and Descriptions -- The Wonderyear: Facts 
       and Theories -- Les villes bonnes -- Zoutleeuw and the 
       Hageland Region -- Part 3: The Miraculous Counter-
       Reformation -- 8 The Resumption of Miracles -- Paulus 
       Gautier's Miracle Memorial Painting -- A New Era? -- The 
       Rise of Votive Paintings -- A Culture of the Miraculous --
       Zoutleeuw, 1612 -- 9 Devotional Negotiation with the 
       Archducal Government -- The Object of Devotion: Image 
       versus Relic -- The Gift -- The Translation -- Conclusion:
       The Thin Line Between Tradition and Transformation -- 
       Appendix 1: The Churchwarden Accounts of Zoutleeuw's 
       Church of Saint Leonard -- Appendix 2: Graphs -- Notes -- 
       Bibliography -- Primary Sources -- Published Sources -- 
       Literature -- Online Databases -- Index. 
520    "The Matter of Piety provides the first in-depth study of 
       Zoutleeuw's exceptionally well-preserved pilgrimage church
       in a comparative perspective, and revaluates religious art
       and material culture in Netherlandish piety from the late 
       Middle Ages through the crisis of iconoclasm and the 
       Reformation to Catholic restoration. Analyzing the 
       changing functions, outlooks, and meanings of devotional 
       objects - monumental sacrament houses, cult statues and 
       altarpieces, and small votive offerings or relics - Ruben 
       Suykerbuyk revises dominant narratives about Catholic 
       culture and patronage in the Low Countries. Rather than 
       being a paralyzing force, the Reformation incited engaged 
       counterinitiatives, and the vitality of late medieval 
       devotion served as the fertile ground from which the 
       Counter-Reformation organically grew under Protestant 
       impulses"--|cProvided by publisher 
588 0  Electronic resource, viewed: October 26, 2020. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
610 20 Sint-Leonarduskerk (Zoutleeuw, Belgium)|xHistory|y16th 
       century. 
610 20 Catholic Church|zBelgium|zZoutleeuw|xHistory|y16th 
       century. 
610 20 Catholic Church|xHistory|y16th century. 
610 26 Église catholique|xHistoire|y16e siècle. 
610 27 Catholic Church|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00531720 
610 27 Sint-Leonarduskerk (Zoutleeuw, Belgium)|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst00727539 
648  7 1500-1599|2fast 
650  0 Religious articles|zBelgium|zZoutleeuw. 
650  7 ART / History / General|2bisacsh 
650  7 Religious articles|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01093939 
651  0 Zoutleeuw (Belgium)|xReligious life and customs. 
651  7 Belgium|zZoutleeuw|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01280273 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 History|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aSuykerbuyk, Ruben.|tMatter of piety : 
       material culture in Zoutleeuw's Church of Saint Leonard 
       (c. 1450-1620).|dLeiden ; Boston : Brill, 2020
       |z9789004426306|w(DLC)  2020022180|w(OCoLC)1158508355 
830  0 Studies in Netherlandish art and cultural history ;|vv. 
       16.|x1872-9932 
856 40 |uhttps://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1163/j.ctv2gjwxkb
       |zOnline ebook. Open Access via JSTOR. 
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