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From Flanders to Florence : the impact of Netherlandish painting, 1400-1500
- New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2004.
- 1st ed.
- ix, 307p. : illustrations(some colored) ; 29 cm.
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- Part one: CONTEXTS
- Common ground: Netherlandish ars Nova and Florentine Renaissance.
- 'Speaking of Flemish things': Italian perceptions of Netherlandish painting.
- Part two: CONTACTS
- The florentine colony in Bruges
- Florentine patrons in Bruges
- The process of purveying
- Northern artists in Florence
- Part three: OWNERSHIP
- The Medici
- Netherlandish painting in the Florentine ambit
- Part four: INFLUENCE
- Mechanics of influence
- Technique and visual effect
- Pictorial conquests
- Devout and beautiful figures
- Netherlandish paintings owned by the Medici.
- Other information
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 264-301) and index.
- Eisenhower copy: Purchased with funds from the Ruth Seder Fund; FY2005.
- 0300102445 (alk. paper)
- Identifying numbers
- LCCN: 2003016313
- OCLC: 53006661