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Early Netherlandish painting, its origins and character.

Author: Erwin Panofsky
Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1953.
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Genre/Form: History
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Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968.
Early Netherlandish painting, its origins and character.
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1953
(OCoLC)564268977
Named Person: Jan van Eyck; Hubert van Eyck; Rogier van der Weyden; Robert Campin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erwin Panofsky
OCLC Number: 2571305
Description: 2 volumes plates 32 cm
Contents: v. 1. Text. Introduction: The polarization of European fifteenth-century painting in Italy and the Lowlands ; French and Franco-Flemish book illumination in the fourteenth century ; The early fifteenth and the "international style" ; Sculpture and panel painting about 1400 ; The problem of Burgundy ; The regional schools of the Netherlands and their importance for the formation of the great masters ; Reality and symbol in early Flemish painting: "Spiritualia sub metaphoris corporalium" ; "Ars nova" ; The master of Flémalle ; Jan Van Eyck ; Hubert and/or Jan Van Eyck: the problems of the Ghent altarpiece and the Turin-Milan hours ; Roger Van Der Weyden ; Epilogue: The heritage of the founders --
v. 2. Plates.

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The italians didn't have jack on the netherlandish artists!

by DFFLanders (WorldCat user published 2006-07-19) Excellent Permalink
An essential read for any of you romantic artists out there, who still think that the Italians were the only ground-breaking artists of the Renaissance. That and Panofsky is one of the truly exceptional scholars and teachers of the twenty-first century!
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