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Dutch school, 1600-1900

National Gallery (Great Britain)

Dutch school, 1600-1900

by National Gallery (Great Britain)

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Published by National Gallery Publications in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • London
    • Subjects:
    • National Gallery (Great Britain) -- Catalogs.,
    • Painting, Dutch -- Catalogs.,
    • Painting -- England -- London -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Neil MacLaren ; revised and expanded by Christopher Brown.
      SeriesNational Gallery catalogues
      ContributionsMacLaren, Neil., Brown, Christopher, 1948-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsND644 .N38 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1523151M
      ISBN 100947645993, 0947645209, 0947645802
      LC Control Number93211697

      They settled for a while in Boston until the arrival of slave catchers convinced them that they needed to spend some time in England. In William published a book about their experiences entitled Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom. At the end of the Civil War, the Crafts returned to Georgia where they opened a school for black children. Dec 05,  · The Dutch School , London , vol. 1, p. , under no. ; A.K. Wheelock Jr, in H. Perry Chapman, W. Th. Kloek, A.K. Wheelock Jr, Jan Steen. nature of human life on earth are found in the skull and extinguished candle placed on the shelf near a large book.

      work of the seventeenth-century Dutch painter, famous for creating realistic scenes of everyday life.. The Dutch School, Plates and signatures, National Gallery (Great Britain), Neil MacLaren, Christopher Brown, Jan 1, , Art, pages.. Spanish and Later Italian Paintings, Michael Helston, , Travel, pages. The Dutch school, London , p. p. , Unaware of Leja’s interpretation, in Lyckle de Vries also proposed that the wading woman represents Callisto. Like Leja, he too believed that this was a National Gallery catalogues, The Dutch School –, London , p. Google Scholar. F. Broun, Sir Joshua Reynolds Author: Ernst Van De Wetering.

      The Dutch Revolt, or Eighty Years War, is the term given to the armed struggle of the Northern Netherlands to shake off Spanish rule. In addition to fighting against foreign dominion, the revolt was also a desperate civil war between two key sections of the Dutch population. One of the best books I’ve read in the past decade, Maidenhair is the sort of densely beautiful book where, after reading 50 pages, you may not know what’s going on—there are three distinct.


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Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Covering all the Dutch paintings of the period in the National Gallery, this text includes a discussion, with comparative illustrations, of each painting.

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Adriaen van Ostade, Prayer before the Meal,etching (state ii/iv), x 13 cm, National Gallery of Art, The vanitas connotations of the book are less certain than those of the extinguished candle and skull.

It could be a Bible. The Dutch School 2. The X-radiograph shows only faint cusping along the top and left edges. Above the book at the juncture of the dress and arm is a large repaired hole and adjacent vertical tear. Paint is applied over a thin, cream-tan ground as a fluid paste, with impasto in thicker passages such as the brocade and book.

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In Neil MacLaren and Christopher Brown, National Gallery Catalogues: The Dutch School –, vol. 1 (London, ), no. n1, the authors indicate that the signature on Portrait of Philips Lucasz (“clearly genuine and not retouched”) may have been followed by an “f” as in the portrait of Petronella.

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