Angi Elsea Bourgeois is Assistant Professor of Art History in the College of Architecture, Art, and Design at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. She completed her Ph.D at Emory University.
2009 0-7734-4815-2 This study reconstructs both the physical appearance and the spiritual experience of Torquemada’s Meditationes, through a careful analysis of primary documents, architectural fragments, and historical analysis. though no artist can be named with certainty, the lost fresco cycle of the Minerva provides a unique opportunity to examine the conception and reception of a monumental devotional cycle commissioned by one of the most erudite theologians of the fifteenth-century for one of the most popular churches in Rome. This book contains twelve color photographs and twenty-one black and white photographs.