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Begoña Cayuela Vellido

Begoña Cayuela Vellido
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PhD Art History


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I am a PhD in Art History. My areas of specialization are Medieval Art, Early Christian Art and Iconography. I am also a programmer and a web developer with more than 15 years of experience. My skills include MS Access, ASP.NET, Visual Basic.NET, HTML and CSS. I also have experience with third party platforms such as DotNetNuke and Joomla.


Publications (6)
This thesis studies the iconography of the sacrifice of Isaac in a group of Hispanic medieval works dating from the seventh century to the twelfth century. The research focuses on the modes of transmission of models and visual patterns of a particular figurative repertoire applying the iconographic method as an analytical tool, where a particular c...
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This article invites us to consider the usefulness of iconography as a method to describe the subjects represented in medieval works of art. In this study, a greater emphasis has been put on investigating the epistemological implications resulting from the use of that method, and the biases that may appear in the process of transforming images into...
From the examination of a photograph, preserved at the Arxiu Mas (Barcelona), of the fragment with the sacrifice of Isaac, emerges an overview of the fate of the murals paintings of Sant Quirze de Pedret kept by the Museu Diocesà i Comarcal de Solsona (Lleida) in the afterwards of their detachment in 1937. Yet, the greatest interest of this photogr...


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Projects (2)
The PRECA II project continues developing the goals and hypothesis accomplished within the final stage of the prior PRECA project (HAR2013-42017-P) which is currently ending. We will continue to work on the Romanesque Pyrenees as a main subject, however since new perspectives, procedures and methodologies. Culture, that is, people, goods, objects and artistic models travel throughout the Pyrenees and its valleys, becoming this region an area where relations, interactions and communications constantly take place. We depart from the hypothesis of the existence of a Pyrenean artistic region spanning though the XI and XII century, despite the limits suggested by the political and ecclesiastical.
Archived project
Research Project. Romanesque frontiers in Catalonia