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Maelwael Van Limburg Studies I

J. Oosterman, J. Koldeweij (eds.)
approx. 192 p., 194 colour ill., 220 x 300 mm
ISBN: 978-2-503-57715-9
Languages: English
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Table of Contents

Patricia Stirnemann, Johan Maelwael, the Van Limburg Brothers and the Très riches Heures de Jean de Berry

Eberhard König, The Master of St. Jerome: one of the Van Limburg Brothers

Inès Villela-Petit, The Drawn Hours: a New Masterpiece of the Van Limburg Brothers

Dieter Röschel, Ships and more – Motives and Narratives in the Van Limburg Hours

Christine Seidel, Remarks on the drawing technique in the Drawn Van Limburg Hours

Rob Camps, New Lights on the Maelwael family in Nijmegen

Rob Dückers, Influences of the Van Limburg Brothers: The Block Book of Saint Servatius

Laurent Hablot, The Van Limburg Brothers: Heraldic Painters? The Position of Heraldry and Emblematic Realisations in the Art of the Van Limburg Brothers

Johan Oosterman, Commissioned by Mary of Guelders Relationships between the French and Guelders Court.

Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Painting
Medieval painting

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