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Northern Renaissance art /

by Nash, Susie [author].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford history of art: Description: ix, 354 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps, facsimiles, portraits ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780192842695 (pbk.).Subject(s): Art, Renaissance -- Europe, Northern | Art, Northern EuropeanOnline resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Map 1. Major Sea and Land Trade Routes -- Map 2. The Burgundian Netherlands -- Ch. 1. Introduction -- Pt. I. Problems and Perspectives -- Ch. 2. Dispersal and Destruction -- Ch. 3. Italian Perspectives -- Ch. 4. Sources and Documents -- Ch. 5. Physical Evidence and Technical Examination -- Pt. II. Markets for Art: Centres, Products, and Patrons -- Ch. 6. Centres -- Ch. 7. Products -- Ch. 8. Patrons: Importing Art and Artists -- Pt. III. Marketing Art: Artists and the Contexts of Creation -- Ch. 9. The de Limbourgs in the Service of Jean de Berry -- Ch. 10. Hans Memling Painting Panels in Bruges -- Ch. 11. Printmakers in the Rhine Valley Inventing, Marketing, and Distributing Images -- Ch. 12. Declaring Authorship and Expertise: Signatures and Self-Portraits -- Pt. IV. Making Images: Equipment, Materials, Methods -- Ch. 13. Workspace and Equipment -- Ch. 14. The Workforce -- Ch. 15. Materials, Methods, and Technical Virtuosity -- Pt. V. Using and Viewing.
Ch. 16. Moving Images -- Ch. 17. Settings, Vistas, and Accoutrements for Mass and Prayer -- Ch. 18. Meditation and Imagination.
Summary: This book offers a wide-ranging introduction to the way that art was made, valued, and viewed in northern Europe in the age of the Renaissance. List(s) this item appears in: Art History & Theory 1.1 | Painting 2.1 | Painting 2.2
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Map 1. Major Sea and Land Trade Routes -- Map 2. The Burgundian Netherlands -- Ch. 1. Introduction -- Pt. I. Problems and Perspectives -- Ch. 2. Dispersal and Destruction -- Ch. 3. Italian Perspectives -- Ch. 4. Sources and Documents -- Ch. 5. Physical Evidence and Technical Examination -- Pt. II. Markets for Art: Centres, Products, and Patrons -- Ch. 6. Centres -- Ch. 7. Products -- Ch. 8. Patrons: Importing Art and Artists -- Pt. III. Marketing Art: Artists and the Contexts of Creation -- Ch. 9. The de Limbourgs in the Service of Jean de Berry -- Ch. 10. Hans Memling Painting Panels in Bruges -- Ch. 11. Printmakers in the Rhine Valley Inventing, Marketing, and Distributing Images -- Ch. 12. Declaring Authorship and Expertise: Signatures and Self-Portraits -- Pt. IV. Making Images: Equipment, Materials, Methods -- Ch. 13. Workspace and Equipment -- Ch. 14. The Workforce -- Ch. 15. Materials, Methods, and Technical Virtuosity -- Pt. V. Using and Viewing.

Ch. 16. Moving Images -- Ch. 17. Settings, Vistas, and Accoutrements for Mass and Prayer -- Ch. 18. Meditation and Imagination.

This book offers a wide-ranging introduction to the way that art was made, valued, and viewed in northern Europe in the age of the Renaissance.

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