Netherlandish


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Neth·er·land·ish

 (nĕth′ər-lăn′dĭsh)
adj.
Of or relating to the Low Countries. Used especially of artists and artwork.
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Rejecting the long-held understanding of Netherlandish art and intellectual history during the early 16th century as revelatory encounters with Italy and the rediscovered antiquities of Rome, Bass argues that classical rhetoric, antique forms, and antiquarian pursuits did not seep into northern Europe passively and inevitably, but were the result of a conscious effort to generate a flourishing culture in the north, a deliberate challenge to Rome's hegemonic claim to its Roman past and intellectual legacy.
That Netherlandish painting originates with the Van Eycks is a convenient fallacy concealing a complicated truth, however, as this exhibition and its accompanying catalogue make clear.
Van Eyck to Durer; the influence of early Netherlandish painting on European art, 1430-1530.
Jonathan Alexander's remarks, which closed the Los Angeles symposium, sketch in the history of Netherlandish manuscript studies within art history, suggesting that interdisciplinary approaches might best complement the close looking, analogous to close reading, that has been a traditional strength of art history.
The breadth of her visual language is complex, embracing Dada, Surrealism, fifteenth-century Netherlandish painting, and 1950s abstraction.
This study looks at the portraits and religious paintings of Anthonis Mor, a 16th-century Netherlandish painter.
2) by asserting that 15th-century Italian portrait busts were fundamentally different from contemporaneous Netherlandish portraits on panel because an interest in psychological expression 'was absent from northern European art at that time'.
Bruijnen is a Dutch art historian, author of numerous collection and exhibition catalogues, and lecturer on early Netherlandish painters.
Jacqueline Jung discusses Gothic choir enclosures, using some fifteenth-century Netherlandish paintings for the evidence they reveal about practice as well as for certain optical effects and juxtapositions.
The Netherlandish painter Jan van Eyck, a century before Holbein, learned this from the Byzantine icon.
The theme of the gathering was religious leadership, and the topics include canonical anarchy and failing deans as reflected in episcopal visitation records on Netherlandish collegiate churches from the 1570s, the renewal of religious leadership according to an ancient model: Bishop Joseph Hubert Reinkens and Bishop Martin of Tours, authority and obedience in the early Franciscan Order, chairman as leader: P.
Born in Cologne in 1552, when confessional divisions, iconoclasm, and the ascendancy of an Italianate pictorial style stifled art in Germany, Von Aachen was trained by Netherlandish emigres--epigones of Italianising Northerners like Frans Floris (the 'Flemish Raphael'; c.
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