A History of Dutch Life and Art

By J. J. M. Timmers; Mary F. Hedlund | Go to book overview

A HISTORY OF DUTCH LIFE AND ART

BY J. J. M. TIMMERS Dr. Lit. Dr. Phil. Professor of the History of Art and Director Jan van Eyck Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht Director of the Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht

TRANSLATED BY MARY F. HEDLUND M.A. (OXON.)

NELSON 1959

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Foreword 5
  • Contents 7
  • The Low Countries 11
  • The Dim Prehistoric Past 19
  • The Roman Province 22
  • From Odin to Christ 29
  • The New Empire 33
  • Romanesque Architecture 36
  • Romanesque Sculpture and Illuminated Manuscripts 44
  • Goldsmith's Work 52
  • From Late Romanesque to Early Gothic 55
  • The Triumph of Gothic 60
  • Regional Gothic 67
  • Gothic Sculpture 70
  • Gothic Painting and Book Illustration 76
  • Applied Art in the Gothic Period 83
  • The New Dawn 87
  • The Reformation and the Eighty Years' War 93
  • Architecture in the Golden Age 95
  • Protestant Church Architecture 103
  • Literature and Science 105
  • Painting in the Golden Age 106
  • Castles and Manor Houses 121
  • Dutch Furniture 124
  • The Art of Engraving in the Netherlands 126
  • International Trends in Dutch Painting 131
  • Change and Late Flowering in Dutch Painting 136
  • Art in the Church 140
  • The Eighteenth Century 144
  • Borrowing's from European Art 150
  • The Dutch Contribution to European Art 157
  • The French Period 165
  • The Nineteenth Century 170
  • Prelude to Modern Times 175
  • The Revival of Dutch Painting 178
  • The Twentieth Century 182
  • Epilogue 187
  • Index 192
  • Notes to the Plates 198
  • Acknowledgments 201
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