Art and architecture in Belgium, 1600 to 1800

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Architecture -- Belgium -- History, Art -- Belgium -- Hi
Statement[by] H. Gerson [and] E.H. ter Kuile. [Translated from the Dutch by Olive Renier.
SeriesPelican history of art -- Z18
ContributionsKuile, Engelbert H. ter
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LC ClassificationsN6966 G43
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 236 p.
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Open LibraryOL14814200M

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Horst Gerson (–) was a German-Dutch art historian. Biography. He was born in Berlin, and after studying art history in Vienna, he became a pupil and assistant of Cornelis Hofstede de Groot and worked for Hofstede de Groot's RKD (Netherlands Institute for Art History) during the years –, becoming a Dutch citizen in and becoming director of the RKD on 1 January Medieval art.

Mosan art is a regional style of Romanesque art from the valleys of the Meuse in present-day Wallonia, and the Rhineland, with manuscript illumination, metalwork, and enamel work from the 11th, 12th and 13th them the masterpiece of Renier de Huy and perhaps of the whole Mosan art Baptismal font at St Bartholomew's Church, Liège.

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Art Nouveau architecture was a reaction against the eclectic styles that dominated European architecture in the second half of the 19th century. It was expressed through decoration: either ornamental (based on flowers and plants, e.g. thistles, [60] irises, [61] cyclamens, orchids, water lilies, etc.) or sculptural (see the respective section.

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Published every two months, the magazine is distributed in over distribution points across the country.By Modigliani (). Nagoya City Art Museum. Here is a selected list of all major periods in the history of art since the early Stone Age. Dates given are approximate.

Incorporating details of arts and crafts from Prehistory, Classical Antiquity, The Dark Ages, The Middle Ages, and The Renaissance, as well as Modern and Postmodern.