5 edition of King of the confessors found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||NK5943 .H68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||81009050|
The book, ''King of the Confessors,'' is generating controversy in the museum world even before its official publication. It deals with Mr. Hoving's pursuit, when he was a young curator at the Met.
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It is a must read for anyone interested in art, medieval English artifacts, church history, text/scripture translation, and the true meaning of a "New Testament" (in light of the "OLD").5/5(4). King of the Confessors is Thomas Hoving's gripping account of the extraordinary events surrounding the Metropolitan Museum of Art's purchase, inof the magnificent medieval carved walrus ivory cross that the Museum calls 'The Cloisters Cross', but Hoving calls 'The Bury St Edmund Cross'.4/5(2).
About the author () Thomas Hoving, a former director of New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, is the man who invented the blockbuster exhibition and changed forever the sleepy world of 5/5(1).
A Scholarly Skater I just finished reading Thomas Hoving’s King of the Confessors (New York: Simon and Schuster, ), which is about Hoving’s adventures in acquiring King of the confessors book now called The Cloisters Cross. King of the confessors book to him, this English Romanesque carved ivory cross is one of the highlights of the Met Cloisters.
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King of the Confessors by Thomas Hoving Like the two entries above, I’ve already written about this book and why I enjoyed it. Thomas Hoving was former director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but King of the Confessors relates an adventure he had while still a curator of medieval art – acquiring the so-called Cloisters Cross for the Met.
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This new edition contains revelations that render the events even. This theme was developed in a book by Thomas Hoving, the curator involved when the Metropolitan acquired the cross, and later Director.
This was unkindly described in an academic review of Elizabeth C. Parker and Charles T. Little as "an autobiographical romance written in Raymond Chandler style".
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King of the Confessors has three main protagonists: a magnificent cross, intricately carved from walrus ivory in the 12th century; Topic Ante Mimara, the shady Yugoslav owner of the cross; and Thomas Hoving, in a curatorial assistant at the Metropolitan Museum, who was determined at all costs to acquire.
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In his book, “King of the Confessors,” Thomas Hoving placidly declared just how easy it had always been for him “to lie convincingly and without hesitation.” A. King of the confessors. [Thomas Hoving] -- The author, former director of the Metropolitan Museum, tells the story of the discovery and acquisition of a great treasure of medieval art -the Bury St.
Edmunds Cross. I have written two tell-all books about my unorthodox ways of winning the cross away from my competition, the British Museum.
One is King of The Confessors, published in The second is a re-appraisal by the same name I wrote in after the British government lifted the secrecy restrictions on the British Museum archives and I could see. King of the Confessors.
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Recently, Hoving, whose new edition of King of the Confessors will be released as an e-book this month and in print format later this fall, talked with of the mysteries and dark truth Author: Melik Kaylan. King of the Confessors: A New Appraisal is Thomas Hoving's gripping account of the extraordinary events surrounding the Metropolitan Museum of Art's purchase, inof the magnificent medieval carved walrus ivory cross which the Museum calls 'The Cloisters Cross', but Hoving calls 'The Bury St Edmunds Cross'.
This new edition contains revelations that render /5(3). More editions of King of the Confessors: King of the Confessors: ISBN () Hardcover, Simon and Schuster, ; King of the Confessors: ISBN () Softcover, Ballantine Books, As in King of the Confessors (LJ 10/1/81), Hoving's style is often self-congratulatory, though he admits what he views as his flaws.
With the flair of a spy novelist, Hoving--now a consultant--weaves the tale of his contributions to making the Met ``a household word.'' Recommended for public and academic librariesBrand: Touchstone. ''King of the Confessors,'' published by Simon & Schuster and available in New York bookstores since Monday, was creating controversy in the museum world even before publication day.
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We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $ KING OF THE CONFESSORS. by Thomas Moving. Simon & Schuster; pages; $ "Success, adulation—notice—are my primary wishes. Can I be serious?" Well, dear diary, yes and no.
The young man pondering his future, one night inwas an assistant curator at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City whose name was Thomas P.F. Moving. The "titulus" on a crucifix, the inscription above Christ's head, traditionally describes him as "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews".
On the Bury Cross, it reads King of the : Julian Borger. Hoving’s books include King of the Confessors (), Making the Mummies Dance (), Master Pieces: The Curator’s Game (), and The Artful Tom ().
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