Book Series Museums at the Crossroads , vol. 4

In Detail, New Studies of Northern Renaissance Art

Essays in Honour of Walter S. Gibson

L. Dixon (ed)

  • Pages: 206 p.
  • Size:210 x 297 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:1999

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-50746-0
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The papers in this collection investigate the phenomenon of Northern Renaissance art from a variety of methodologies and viewpoints spanning five hundred years.

Summary

J. Marrow; History, Historiography and Pictorial Invention in the Turin-Milan Hours
L. Gelfand; Reading the Architecture in Jan Van Eyck's Rolin Madonna
J. Chipps Smith; The Practical Logistics of Art: Thoughts on Commissioning, Displaying and Storing Art at the Burgundian Court
R. Calkins; Gerard Horenbout and his Associates: Illuminating Activities in Ghent, 1480-1521
L. Dixon; An Occupational Hazard: Saint Jerome, Melancholia and the Scholarly Life
D.G. Scillia; The Audiences for Israhel van Meckenem's Proverb Imagery, ca. 1500
L. Silver; Middle Class Morality: Love and Marriage in the Art of Lucas van Leyden
M. Faries; Jan van Scorel's Jerusalem Landscapes
C. B. Scallen; Rembrandt, Emulation and the Northern Print Tradition
S. Goddard; Investigating and Celebrating the 'Golden Age' in Nineteenth-Century Antwerp: 1854-1894
J.P. Filedt-Kok; Flemish Primitives in the Rijksmuseum