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Bruges and the Renaissance : Memling to Pourbus

Author: Maximiliaan P J MartensPaul HuvenneMaryan Wynn AinsworthMemlingmuseum (Bruges, Belgium)Bruges (Belgium)All authors
Publisher: Ludion : Stichting Kunstboek ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Harry N. Abrams, ©1998.
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"This illustrated and wide-ranging study brings Bruges' Renaissance to life. It opens in the 1480s, when artist Gerard David settled in Bruges and Hans Mernling was painting some of his greatest masterpieces, and ends in 1584, when Pieter Pourbus, the most important painter working in Bruges in the second half of the sixteenth century, died in the port city." "Essays by a team of experts explore the artistic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Bruges and the Renaissance.
Ludion : Stichting Kunstboek ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Harry N. Abrams, ©1998
(OCoLC)607087557
Named Person: Hans Memling; Pieter Jansz Pourbus
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maximiliaan P J Martens; Paul Huvenne; Maryan Wynn Ainsworth; Memlingmuseum (Bruges, Belgium); Bruges (Belgium); Odense bys museer.
ISBN: 905544233X 9789055442331 0810963825 9780810963825 9055442348 9789055442348
OCLC Number: 41174113
Notes: Exhibition held Bruges, Memlingmuseum--Oud-Sint-Janshospitaal, 15 August--6 December 1998 and organized by the City of Bruges and the Municipal Museums.
Description: 319 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 32 cm
Contents: Foreword / Patrick Moenaert --
Preface / Valentin Vermeersch --
Introduction / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens --
The Discovery of Bruges Painting / Till-Holger Borchert. Bruges: a Solid Image / Paul Huvenne. "Fondans en melencolie de povrete": Living and Working in Bruges 1482-1584 / Wim Blockmans. Culture and Mentality / Noel Geirnaert and Ludo Vandamme. The Dialogue between Artistic Tradition and Renewal / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens. The Diaspora of the Bruges Renaissance / Dominique Marechal --
Painting cats. 1-153. Hans Memling / Hilde Lobelle-Caluwe. Gerard David / Maryan W. Ainsworth. Jan Provoost / Ron Spronk. Jan de Hervy / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens. The Master of the Holy Blood / Lars Hendrikman. Adriaen Isenbrant / Till-Holger Borchert. Albert Cornelis / Dorien Tamis. Ambrosius Benson / Dominique Marechal. Guillaume Benson / Dominique Marechal. Simon Bening / Thomas Kren. Lancelot Blondeel / Linda Jansen. Pieter Pourbus / Paul Huvenne. Pieter I Claeissens / Eva Tahon. Pieter II & Pieter III Claeissens / Eva Tahon. Antoon Claeissens / Eva Tahon. Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder / Eva Tahon. Johannes Stradanus / Willy Le Loup. Pietro Candido / Willy Le Loup. Frans Pourbus the Elder / Paul Huvenne. Anonymous Masters / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens --
Prints cats. 154-174 / Willy Le Loup --
Books cats. 175-224 / Ludo Vandamme --
Sculpture cats. 225-243 / Stephane Vandenberghe --
Tapestry cats. 244-251 / Stephane Vandenberghe.
Responsibility: edited by Maximiliaan P.J. Martens ; concept by Paul Huvenne & Maximiliaan P.J. Martens ; with contributions by Maryan W. Ainsworth [and others].

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"This illustrated and wide-ranging study brings Bruges' Renaissance to life. It opens in the 1480s, when artist Gerard David settled in Bruges and Hans Mernling was painting some of his greatest masterpieces, and ends in 1584, when Pieter Pourbus, the most important painter working in Bruges in the second half of the sixteenth century, died in the port city." "Essays by a team of experts explore the artistic developments of the intervening nine decades, with a focus on the spread of ideas from the Italian Renaissance to northern Europe. Through trade, the migration of artists, and the circulation of art works, new intellectual and aesthetic standards seeped into local artists' work, resulting in the glorious images that are so beautifully reproduced in this volume."--Jacket.

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