By Paula Lieber Gerson
In keeping with papers provided at a symposium held in 1981 on the Cloisters
(in conjunction with an exhibition entitled The Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis
in the time of Abbot Suger (1122-1151) and at Columbia University,
sponsored through the overseas heart for Medieval paintings and the Medieval and Renaissance
Interdisciplinary reports Committee of Columbia collage.
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Abbot Suger and Saint-Denis: A symposium by Paula Lieber Gerson