Northern Renaissance art : painting, sculpture, the graphic arts from 1350 to 1575
- Snyder, James.
- [2nd ed.]
- Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2005.
- Physical description
- xii, 578 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.
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N6370 .S6 2005 F
- In-library use N6370 .S6 2005 F
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -549) and index.
- I. INTERNATIONAL CURRENTS IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. 1. Bohemia. 2. The Valois Court and the Low Countries. 3. Germany. II. FIFTEENTH-CENTURY INNOVATIONS. 4. The Rhineland. 5. Jan van Eyck. 6. Robert Campin and Rogier van der Weyden. 7. Flanders at Midcentury. 8. Ghent. 9. The Northern Netherlands. 10. Bruges. 11. French Art. 12. German Art of the Later Fifteenth Century. III. RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY. 13. Albrecht Durer. 14. Responses to Albrecht Durer. 15. Augsburg and Basel. Excursus: Visitors to England. 16. Hieronymus Bosch. 17. The Northern Netherlands. 18. Antwerp. 19. Flemish Renaissance Courts. 20. Later Trends in Antwerp. 21. Netherlandish Renaissance. 22. Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
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- Publisher's Summary
- For courses in Northern Renaissance Art, and Introduction to Dutch/German Art. The only comprehensive survey available for the study of Northern Renaissance Art, this text presents stylistic and iconographical themes, art historical scholarship, and valuable analyses for todays students. The coverage and rich color capture the author's lasting excitement for the period and its artists.
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- Publication date
- James Snyder ; revised by Larry Silver, Henry Luttikhuizen.