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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Dieric Bouts was one of the leading and most influential Netherlandish painters of this period.
This rigorous process of artistic transmission was most prevalent among 15th-century Netherlandish artists.
Synopsis: The Netherlandish Canticum Canticorum is a late 15th-century blockbook ordinarily bound with larger, more impressive, and better known blockbooks, particularly the Biblia Pauperum and the Speculum Humanae Salvationis.
Their topics include essential landscape, beyond beauty, intersection in the theological experience of art and place, aesthetics and ethics, waterwash and the Zen art of pragmatism, deep aesthetics and the heart of the world, landmarks of the sacred in times of climate change, Netherlandish winter landscapes during the Little Ice Age and Olafur Eliasson's glacier series, and exploring sensomotoric awareness in a landscape.
In each of the nineteen "Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style," 2011, that constituted this show's keynote, the artist styles herself as a fifteenth-century aristocrat or supplicant, subbing paper towels for lace collars and conjuring an early Netherlandish headdress out of an inflatable neck pillow.
ONE of the many puzzles about this Netherlandish master of the early sixteenth century, which is what we should call him, is not hard to solve.
The Netherlandish Image After Iconoclasm, 1566-1572 Mia M Mochizuki
Van Eyck to Durer: The Influence of Early Netherlandish Painting on European Art: 1430-1530" shows how these two individuals did much to further western European art for centuries to come with their realistic style.
In 2005 Amsterdam University Press published Louis Peter Grijp and Herman Roodenburg's, Blues en Balladen: Alan Lomax en Ate Doornbosch, twee muzikale veldwerkers (Blues and Ballads: Alan Lomax and Ate Doornbosch, Two Music Fieldworkers), which, in a Netherlandish context, compared him favourably with Alan Lomax.
Van Engen offers a detailed, comprehensive study of the 15th-century Netherlandish New Devout movement (1380s-1560s), based on little-studied primary sources.
The Netherlandish Image after Iconoclasm, 1566-1672: Material Religion in the Dutch Golden Age.
com, "Bruegel's art is often seen as the last phase in the development of a long tradition of Netherlandish painting that began with Jan van Eyck in the 15th century.
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