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Early Netherlandish paintings : rediscovery, reception, and research / edited by Bernhard Ridderbos, Anne van Buren and Henk van Veen ; [translated into English by Andrew McCormick and Anne van Buren].

Contributor(s): Ridderbos, Bernhard | Buren, Anne van | Veen, Henk Th. van
Language: English Original language: Dutch Los Angeles : J. Paul Getty Museum, 2005 ©2005Description: x, 481 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780892368167Uniform titles: Om iets te weten van de oude meesters. English. Subject(s): Panel painting, Netherlandish | Panel painting, Flemish -- 15th century -- ExhibitionsDDC classification: 759.9492409024 | 759.9492409024
Contents:
Objects and questions / Bernhard Ridderbos -- Collecting early Netherlandish paintings in Europe and the United States / Till-Holger Borchert -- From Waagen to Friedèèländer / Bernhard Ridderbos -- Realism, Renaissance, and nationalism / Wessel Krul --Technical examination / Jeltje Dijkstra -- The corpus of fifteenth-century painting in the Southern Netherlands and the principality of Liège / Henri Pauwels -- Patronage / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens -- Iconography and iconology / Craig Harbison.
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Prints and Drawings Shelves Cg.5.28 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available PD10000570

Originally published: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2005.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 440-468) and index.

Objects and questions / Bernhard Ridderbos -- Collecting early Netherlandish paintings in Europe and the United States / Till-Holger Borchert -- From Waagen to Friedèèländer / Bernhard Ridderbos -- Realism, Renaissance, and nationalism / Wessel Krul --Technical examination / Jeltje Dijkstra -- The corpus of fifteenth-century painting in the Southern Netherlands and the principality of Liège / Henri Pauwels -- Patronage / Maximiliaan P.J. Martens -- Iconography and iconology / Craig Harbison.