El yelmo de Mambrino: del cartón a la cerámica



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Lucía Megías, José Manuel (2013) El yelmo de Mambrino: del cartón a la cerámica. Parole Rubate. Rivista internazionale di studi sulla citazione, 8 . pp. 183-195. ISSN 2039-0114

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Illustrations of Don Quixote started to appear in the seventeenth century. The images published in the 1657 editions undoubtedly affected the novel's reception, exactly at the time when it was becoming the object of new interpretations. Those illustrations rapidly spread to courtly environments (through tapestries, ceramics, engravings), but also among ordinary people (playing cards). This is well exemplified by the “theft of images” inspired by Don Quixote , which can be found in the pictorial repertoire created by Charles Antoine Coypel in the eighteenth century.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cervantes, Quijote, Iconografía cervantina
Subjects:Humanities > Fine Arts > Iconography
Humanities > Philology > Spanish and Spanish American literature
Humanities > Philology > Romance philology
ID Code:23700
Deposited On:02 Dec 2013 08:16
Last Modified:09 Apr 2019 11:10

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