Bolti ár: 8480 Ft
Internetes ár: 7632 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2008
Kiadó: Oxford University Press
Sorozat: Oxford History of Art
Kategóriák: Képzőművészet, Művészettörténet
A wide-ranging introduction to the art of the northern Renaissance - from panel paintings to carved altarpieces
Draws on a rich range of sources, from inventories and guild regulations to poetry and chronicles, to show how art was made, valued, and viewed by the people of the time
Discusses both lesser known gems, as well as classics such as the paintings of Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden, and Hans Memling
Challenges the common perception of Italian artistic supremacy in this period, showing how northern art dominated the world of visual culture at this time
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, from the late fourteenth to the early years of the sixteenth century. Drawing on a rich range of sources, from inventories and guild regulations to poetry and chronicles, it examines everything from panel paintings to carved altarpieces.
With 211 illustrations in full colour.
While many little-known works are foregrounded, Susie Nash also presents new ways of viewing and understanding the more familiar, such as the paintings of Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden, and Hans Memling, by considering the social and economic context of their creation and reception. Throughout, Nash challenges the perception that Italy was the European leader in artistic innovation at this time, demonstrating forcefully that Northern art, and particularly that of the Southern Netherlands, dominated visual culture throughout Europe in this crucial period.
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