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Frans Floris (1519/20-1570): imagining a Northern Renaissance

Author: Search for this author Wouk, Edward H.
Medium identifier: Allgemein
Year: 2018
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston, Brill
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Frans Floris de Vriendt radically transformed Netherlandish art. His monumental mythologies introduced a new appreciation for the heroic nude to the Low Countries and his religious art challenged standards of decorum. Born into a family of sculptors and architects, Floris refashioned his art through travel, first studying with the humanist painter Lambert Lombard in Liege and then continuing on to Italy. These experiences defined the hybridizing novelty of his art, forged by juxtaposing antique and modern, Italian and Northern sources. This book maps Floris's hybrid style onto shifting conceptions of cultural, religious, and political identity on the eve of the Dutch Revolt. It explores his collaborations and rivalries, engagement with artistic theory, hierarchical workshop, and revolutionary use of print

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Author: Search for this author Wouk, Edward H.
Statement of Responsibility: by Edward H. Wouk
Medium identifier: Allgemein
Year: 2018
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston, Brill
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ISBN: 978-90-04-30725-4
ISBN (2nd): 90-04-30725-7
Description: XLIX, 808 Seiten : Illustrationen, Karte, Notenbeispiele
Tags: Criticism, interpretation, etc, Floris, Frans / 1519 or 1520-1570, Floris, Frans / 1519 or 1520-1570 / Criticism and interpretation, Floris, Frans, Humanismus, Malerei, Monumentalmalerei, Mythologie, Niederlande, Batavische Republik, Frühhumanismus, Göttersage, Holland <Staat>, Holztafelmalerei, Späthumanismus, Tafelbild <Malerei>, Tafelmalerei, Vereinigte Niederlande
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Language: Englisch
Footnote: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 734-791