Early Netherlandish Painting: From Van Eyck to Bruegel

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LIST OF PLATES
For most pictures in churches and large galleries, the town only is quoted. In the captions the locations are shown in full.
HUBERT VAN EYCK (died 1426)
1-10. The Ghent altar-piece. Ghent, St. Bavo
JAN VAN EYCK
11. The Three Maries at the Sepulchre. Vierhouten, Van Beuningen
12. Virgin and Child with the Chancellor Rolin. Paris
13. Virgin in the Church. Berlin
14. Annunciation. Washington
15. Virgin and Child with St. Barbara, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and a Carthusian. New Tork, Frick Collection
16. Virgin and Child with St. Donatian, St. George and Canon van der Paele. Bruges
17. 'Cardinal Niccolò Albergati.' Vienna
18. Margaret, the painter's wife. Bruges
19. Virgin and Child. Dresden
20. Giovanni Arnolfini and his wife. London
21. St. Barbara. Antwerp
24. The Stigmatization of St. Francis. Philadelphia
TURIN BOOK OF HOURS
22. Birth of St. John the Baptist. Turin
23. The Voyage of St. Julian.Destroyed
PETRUS CHRISTUS (died 1472 or 1473)
25. Edward Grimston.Gorhambury, Earl of Verulam
26. Young Lady. Berlin
27. Lamentation over Christ. Brussels
28. Lamentation over Christ. New York
29. Nativity. Washington
30. Virgin and Child with St. Barbara and a Carthusian. Berlin
31. A Carthusian. New York
32. St. Eligius. New York, Robert Lehman
MASTER OF FLÉMALLE
33. Annunciation, St. Joseph and donors. Brussels, Heirs of Princesse de Mérode
34. Betrothal of the Virgin. Madrid
35. St. James and St. Clare. Madrid
36. Descent from the Cross (copy). Liverpool
37. Thief on the Cross. Frankfurt
38. Nativity. Dijon
39. Holy Trinity. Frankfurt
40-41. A man and a woman. London
42. St. John the Baptist and Heinrich Werl. Madrid
43. St. Barbara. Madrid
JAQUES DARET (1404-after 1468)
44. Adoration of the Kings. Berlin
45. Visitation. Berlin
ROGIER VAN DER WEYDEN(1399?-1464)
46. Visitation and donor. Turin
47. Visitation.Formerly Luetzschena, Speck von Sternburg
48. Virgin and Child; St. Catherine. Vienna
49. Holy Family; Lamentation over Christ; Christ appearing to His Mother. (Mira- flores altar-piece.) Berlin
50. Christ appearing to His Mother. New York
51. Mary Magdalen. Paris
52. Christ on the Cross; Mary Magdalen; St. Veronica. Vienna
53-55. Descent from the Cross. Madrid
56. Entombment. Florence
57. Virgin and Child with Saints. Frankfurt
58. Annunciation; Adoration of the Kings; Presentation in the Temple. (Columba altarpiece.) Munich
59. Virgin and Child appearing to Augustus and the Sibyl; Nativity with Peeter Bladelin; Star of Bethlehem appearing to the Kings. Berlin
60. Baptism, Confirmation and Confession. Antwerp
61. Marriage, Ordination and Extreme Unction. Antwerp
62-64. Last Judgement.Beaune, H"tel-Dieu
65. St. Luke painting the Virgin. Boston
66. Virgin and Child. Caen
67. Laurent Froimont. Brussels
68. Young woman. Berlin
69. A lady. Washington
70. Philippe de Croy. Antwerp
71. Antoine de Bourgogne. Brussels
DIERIC BOUTS (died 1475)
72. Annunciation, Madrid
73. Visitation. Madrid
74. Nativity. Madrid
75. Adoration of the Kings. Madrid
76. Entombment. London
77. Lamentation over Christ. Paris
78-79. Justice of Emperor Otto. Brussels
80. St. John the Baptist; Adoration of the Kings; St. Christopher. (Pearl of Brabane.) Munich
81. Altarpiece of the Sacrament.Louvain, S. Pierre

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Contents viii
  • The Geography of Netherlandish Art 1
  • Jan Van Eyck 6
  • Petrus Christus 14
  • Rogier Van Der Weyden 16
  • Dieric Bouts 26
  • Hugo Van Der Goes 32
  • Hans Memlinc 41
  • Gerard David 48
  • Geertgen Tot Sint Jans 53
  • Jerome Bosch 56
  • General Remarks on the Sixteenth Century 64
  • Quentin Massys 68
  • Joachim De Patenier 76
  • Joos Van Cleve 85
  • Jan Provost 91
  • Jan Gossaert 95
  • Jan Joest 105
  • Jan Mostaert 111
  • Lucas Van Leyden 119
  • Jan Van Scorel 126
  • Pieter Bruegel 133
  • Note on This Edition 415
  • Acknowledgements 417
  • List of Plates 419
  • Contents 422
  • Index of Places 423
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