6 edition of The Warren Cup (Objects in Focus) found in the catalog.
December 30, 2006
by British Museum Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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A brief encounter w /5. The book celebrates how this important and beautiful materpiece of Roman art challenges contemporary viewers to look beyond current social and religious environments for its worthwhile appreciation. Beautifully created in a masterful way that has enabled it to survive for hundreds of years, the Warren cup is a very special recent addition to the Museum's collection that is sure to /5(6).
The Warren Cup. Dyfri Williams. Rating details 24 ratings 3 reviews. This is the book to accompany a special display at the British Museum, telling the unique story of this exquisitely crafted Roman silver drinking cup, engraved with erotic /5(3).
Overview This is the book to accompany a special display at the British Museum, telling the The Warren Cup book story of this exquisitely crafted Roman silver drinking cup, engraved with erotic scenes.
(Takes place between 11th May and 2nd July, ).Author: Dyfri Williams. Includes a brief biography of Edward Perry Warren. Description and illustrations of a Roman silver cup (early 1st century AD), once owned by Edward Perry Warren, and now in the British Museum, purchased for million pounds; it is 11 cm.
tall, and is known for its depictions in low relief of homoerotic acts. The book is organised into three thematic parts, each with its own introduction.
Sections focus on women in museum work, applications of feminist and LGBT theories to museum exhibitions. The Warren Cup is, in fact, a remarkably important masterpiece of Roman art, created in the first century AD, which has been condemned to an undeserved obscurity for too long.
It's scenes reflect the mores of the time and region in which it was created and s: 7. About the Warren Cup: The British Museum's acquisition of the Warren Silver Cup in caused something of a stir due to its explicit homoerotic scenes.
It is, in fact, a remarkably important and beautiful masterpiece of Roman art, created in the early 1 st century AD and found in Bittir, near Jerusalem.
The Warren Cup shows scenes of sexual coupling between adult men and adolescent boys. This 2,year-old piece of Roman silverware is a goblet that looks as though it would hold a pretty large glass of wine.
It’s in the shape of a modern sporting trophy, standing on a small base, and it would once have had two handles, though these are now lost. Buy The Warren Cup by Dyfri Williams online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ A more recent example of problematic content is the Warren Cup which features scenes of homosexual acts.
The cup was offered to the British Museum but because of the subject matter it was thought to be too contentious to purchase. The cup was eventually purchased at a much higher price and is now one of the museum's important artifacts.
The Warren Cup has now shimmered on the top floor of the British Museum for 20 years, but it is little known. “Everyone knows what the Rosetta Stone is, but no one knows about the Warren Cup. This book is at once discreet and bold--discreetly respectful of nuance and context, boldly clear in drawing the widest possible conclusions about the malleability of human behavior.
Clarke has, with meticulous scholarship and a fresh approach, vindicated Foucault's revolutionary claims for the social construction of sexuality."--Edmund White. Available in: Paperback. The Warren Cup is a remarkably important masterpiece of Roman art, created in the first century AD.
This book examines the history, both ancient and modern, that the Warren Cup has to tell. It also attempts to set the cup in its. The cup was included in Warren's book "A defence of Uranian Love", first published in under his pseudonym of Arthur Lyon Raile.
   On Warren's death inthe cup became part of the inheritance for Asa Thomas, Warren's secretary and eventual business partner. A History of the World is a partnership between the BBC and the British Museum that focuses on world history, involving collaborations between teams across the BBC, and schools, museums and.
The first modern owner of the cup was the American collector Edward Perry Warren (),2 who acquired it sometime in the early twentieth century.3 InVorberg privately published a volume of plates of erotic images in. The Warren Cup is, in fact, a remarkably important masterpiece of Roman art, created in the first century AD, which has been condemned to an undeserved obscurity for too long.
It's scenes reflect the mores of the time and region in which it was created and used. Paperback The Warren Cup Card covers with wraps 64pp illustrated Warren Cup, Dyfri Williams, The British Museum's acquisition of the Warren Silver Cup in caused something of a stir when it was announced to the press as a result of its price and.
A small and well focused booklet that provides a very good overview of this once controversial object. It explores the technical, aesthetic, functional and historic aspects of the Warren Cup as well as the life and career of the eponymous collector who secured it.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Warren Cup by Dyfri Williams (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!The cup is, in fact, said to have been found at Bittir (ancient Bethther), about ten kilometres southwest of Jerusalem, with coins of the Emperor Claudius (reigned AD ).
The cup takes its name from its first recorded owner, Edward Perry Warren (), an American collector and dealer who set up home at Lewes House in Sussex in After Warren's death the cup remained in private hands, largely because of the nature of the subject matter.
Only with changing attitudes in the s was the cup exhibited to the public, and in.