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Herri Met de Bles. Studies and Explorations of the World Landscape Tradition J. Marrows

Herri Met de Bles. Studies and Explorations of the World Landscape Tradition

J. Marrows

Published September 15th 1998
ISBN : 9782503505824
Paperback
181 pages
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B. Rosasco, The Road to Calvary by Herri met de Bles: An Appreciation, R. Koch, A Rediscovered Painting: The Road to Calvary by Herri met de Bles, N. Muller, Technical Analysis of the Princeton The Road to Calvary, H. Bevers, The Antwerp SketchbookMoreB. Rosasco, The Road to Calvary by Herri met de Bles: An Appreciation, R. Koch, A Rediscovered Painting: The Road to Calvary by Herri met de Bles, N. Muller, Technical Analysis of the Princeton The Road to Calvary, H. Bevers, The Antwerp Sketchbook of the Bles Workshop at the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett, L. Serck, La Montee au Calvaire dans loeuvre dHenri Bles. Creation et composition, M. Faries & S. Bonadies, The Cincinnati Sacrifice of Isaac by Herri met de Bles: Imagery and Strategies, A. Chong, Clevelands Preaching of John the Baptist by Herri met de Bles: A Landscape with Figures or Figures in a Landscape?, C. Wood, The Errera Sketchbook and the Landsape Drawing on Grounded Paper, M. Ainsworth, An Unfinished Landscape Painting Attributed to the Master LC and Sixteenth-Century Workshop Practice, W. Gibson, The Man with the Little Owl: The Legacy of Herri met de Bles, A. Kofuku, Herri met de Bles and Some Considerations on Simultaneous Representation in Early Flemish Painting, R. Falkenburg, Marginal Motifs in Early Flemish Landscape Paintings. This publication offers the papers of the 1995 Herri met de Bles symposium, discussing the problems surrounding the Road to Calvary, the drawings, and the artists work in general. This volume is likely to become a standard work on Bles and, more generally, sixteenth-century northern landscape painting for years to come, broadening the art historical canon and updating antiquated scholarly narratives. (Achim Timmerman in The HNA Review of Books, vol.17, n2, November 2000, p.37-38).