Il Noli me tangere e il culto della Maddalena nel primo Cinquecento

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The Noli me tangere and the cult of Maddalena in the early sixteenth century

Corinna Tania Gallori

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Abstract

Bramantino's Noli me tangere features a rare detail: Christ is touching the forehead of the Magdalen with three fingers. Such act is a reference to the relic of the skull of Mary the Magdalen housed in Saint-Maximin-La-Sainte-Baume. Starting from Bramantino's fresco, this essay will discuss the Noli me tangere imagery in Italy in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The Noli me tangere and the cult of Maddalena in the early sixteenth century
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLe Duché de Milan et les commanditaires français (1499-1521)
EditorsMauro Natale, Frédéric Elsig
Pages267-286
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameSTUDI LOMBARDI

Keywords

  • Bartolomeo Suardi, detto il Bramantino
  • Bernardino Luini
  • Culto dei santi
  • Maria Maddalena
  • Milano
  • Milano francese
  • Noli me tangere
  • Reliquie
  • Saint-Maximin-La-Sainte-Baume
  • San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
  • Santa Maria delle Grazie

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