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Published by National Gallery in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Paintings, Dutch.,
  • Paintings, Flemish.,
  • Painting -- London -- Catalogs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Martin Davies
SeriesGreat Britain. National Gallery Catalogues
ContributionsDavies, Martin
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND634.L6 OVERSIZE
The Physical Object
Pagination136 p.
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21088480M
LC Control Number49-34709

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Early Netherlandish painting its origins and character by Erwin Panofsky Charles Eliot Norton lectures -- Nearly pages of text and plates. «One of the greatest books ever written in the field of art history.» -- George Henderson.   The Introduction () is the most brilliantly comprehensive discussion of Netherlandish painting in the fifteenth century ever published. With three great van Eycks in the collection, this is where the catalogue's major thrust is found (). McNamee's detailed and well illustrated new study is about eucharistic symbolism in Early Netherlandish painting. It focuses on the pervading presence of the vested angel in this school of painting and its eucharistic significance. These angels, dressed in every possible variation of the vestments of the subministers of the traditional Solemn High Mass, are represented as serving the Christ in. The Netherlandish artists have been known by a variety of terms. "Late Gothic" is an early designation which emphasises continuity with the art of the Middle Ages. In the early 20th century the artists were variously referred to in English as the "Ghent-Bruges school" or the "Old Netherlandish school"."Flemish Primitives" is a traditional art-historical term borrowed from the French that.