Early Netherlandish Painting in Budapest: Volume I
- Pages: 271 p.
- Size:210 x 297 mm
- Illustrations:115 b/w, 174 col.
- Publication Year:2015
- € 180,00 EXCL. VAT RETAIL PRICE
- ISBN: 978-1-909400-09-2
Winner of the 2016 Opus Mirabile-Award, given by the Committee of Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
"Der Katalog enthält daher eine der derzeit aktuellsten und vollständigsten Bibliografien zur niederländischen Malerei des 15. und frühen 16. Jahrhunderts." (Anna Simon, in: Journal für Kunstgeschichte, 20, 2016, Heft 2, p.165-166)
“Urbach has produced a publication that will long serve as a valuable reference work for scholars of both Netherlandish painting and the history of collecting of European Old Masters.” (Katelyn Hobbs, in Historians of Netherlandish Art, 2016)
"The fact that the entire collection has now been made accessible in a systematic catalogue will be highly appreciated (...) every scholar working in the field will be grateful that the important Budapest collection has now been made accessible in this exemplary way." (Matthias Weniger, in: The Burlington Magazine, Febr. 2017, CLIX, p. 133-134)
“(…) an outstanding reference work that will provide a sound basis for future scholarship.” (Jeffrey Chipps Smith, in Renaissance Quarterly, LXX/1, 2016, p. 276)
“In an era when most publishers are reluctant to commit appropriate resources to publications in print with generous and accurate color as well as numerous infrared photos for underdrawings, Harvey Miller is to be warmly congratulated and roundly thanked for their responsible contribution of these two impressive volumes” (Larry Silver, in the Sixteenth Century Journal, XLVII/4, 2016, p. 1041-1042)
This is the first volume of a series of scholarly catalogues on Flemish paintings from the Szépművészeti Múzeum in Budapest. Written by Dr Susan Urbach – emeritus curator of the museum and renowned scholar of Northern Renaissance Art – with the assistance of curator Ágota Varga and picture-conservator András Fáy, the catalogue includes extensive entries and bibliographical references on 49 works dating from c. 1460 to c. 1540. The volume covers about a third of the entire collection of Flemish Painting from the 15th century through to the 17th and includes the latest results of scholarly research and technical analysis.