Made in Flanders: The Master of the Ghent Privileges and Manuscript Painting in the Southern Netherlands in the Time of Philip the Good

Clark, Gregory T.

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With many illustrations in b&w, several color plates, a bibliography and index. 499 pages. 4to. Black cloth. The dust jacket has a 1" tear, repaired with tape. Very Good/Good. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # A2876

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Synopsis: The artist known as the Master of the Ghent Privileges was first formerly identifed as such by Friedrich Winkler in his seminal work Die Flamische Buchmalerei, based on a richly decorated copy of the statutes and privileges of Ghent and Flanders made for Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy. Clark hopes to demonstrate that the majority of the works ascribed to the Privileges Master were produced by two allied ateliers under his direction, and that he was succeeded by a second illuminator, the Ghent Gradual Master, who directed the workshops in Ghent and Tournai from c.1460-1475. In support of these arguments the author examines the stylistics, liturgical use, and provenance of the miniatures: the result is a thorough and convincing study of the importance of maintaining artistic tradition in the face of innovation in the Burgundian Netherlands.

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Book Description Brepols Publishers 0. Hardcover. Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Verlagsfrisch New copy Ars Nova ARS 5 Made in Flanders. The Master of the Ghent Privileges and Manuscript Painting in the Southern Netherlands in the Time of Philip the Good G. Clark 500 p., + 400 ills, 210 x 297 mm, 2000 ISBN: 978-2-503-50878-8 Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 136,00 This monograph seeks both to order, analyze, and evaluate the work of the Ghent Privileges Master and to position his achievement in the larger context of the history and arts of the Burgundian Netherlands. The subject of this monograph is the prolific mid-fifteenth-century Flemish book illuminator whom Friedrich Winkler first identified and named in 1915 after a richly decorated copy of the statutes and privileges of Ghent and Flanders made for Philip the Good, duke of Burgungy (Vienna, Öst. National-bibl., Cod.2583). While no fewer than 15 codices and cuttings have been ascribed to the painter in the 80 years since Winkler's pioneering essay, there has been no published effort to date to order, analyze, and evaluate the work of the Ghent Privileges Master in the larger context of the history and arts of the Burgundian Netherlands. The monograph's essay is divided into five chapters. The first caracterizes the style of the Vienna Privileges itself and then carefully trace its origins and development. Compositional and iconographic sources, innovations, and problems are identified and analyzed in the second chapter; ancillary decoration -especially decorated initials and floral borders- are described and localized and collaborating miniaturists identified in the third. In the fourth chapter the stylistic evidence obtained in the first three chapters is joint together with that provided by texts and provenances in order to date and localize the subject books and leaves. The final chapter positions those codices and cuttings in the larger context of Flemish illumination in the time of Philip the Good. Following the essay are 334 figures and 141 comparative illustrations and a catalogue raisonné of 30 books and 24 leaves in the Privileges style. A decisive majority of the figures and illustrations have never before been reproduced in the scholarly literature; the physical characteristics, texts, miniatures, provenance, and bibliography of each codex and cutting are described in full detail in the catalogue. Following the latter are appendices that provide the readings and textual authorities for the Hours of the Virgin. «Il me faut souligner les grands mérites d'une étude qui s'avère, en fin de compte, extrêmement salutaire sur le plan intellectuel puisque'elle suscite autant de questions qu'elle ne propose de réponses.» (D.Vanwijnsberghe dans Revue belge d'Archéologie et d'Histoire de l'Art, vol. LXX - 2001, p. 183-190). Buch. Seller Inventory # 298

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Book Description Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, 2000. Couverture rigide. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Edition originale. Gregory T.Clark,Made in Flanders.The Master of the Ghent Privileges and manuscript painting in the Southern Netherlands in the Time of Philip the Good.Turnhout 2000 BREPOLS Publishers pages 499 ills.24 color plates and 234 in b/w Quarto cloth ( Ars Nova Studies in Late Medieval and RenaissanceNorthen Painting and Illumination .- Euro 180,00.-xx G. Clark Made in Flanders. The Master of the Ghent Privileges and Manuscript Painting in the Southern Netherlands in the Time of Philip the Good This monograph seeks both to order, analyze, and evaluate the work of the Ghent Privileges Master and to position his achievement in the larger context of the history and arts of the Burgundian Netherlands. The subject of this monograph is the prolific mid-fifteenth-century Flemish book illuminator whom Friedrich Winkler first identified and named in 1915 after a richly decorated copy of the statutes and privileges of Ghent and Flanders made for Philip the Good, duke of Burgungy (Vienna, Öst. National-bibl., Cod.2583). While no fewer than 15 codices and cuttings have been ascribed to the painter in the 80 years since Winkler's pioneering essay, there has been no published effort to date to order, analyze, and evaluate the work of the Ghent Privileges Master in the larger context of the history and arts of the Burgundian Netherlands. The monograph's essay is divided into five chapters. The first caracterizes the style of the Vienna Privileges itself and then carefully trace its origins and development. Compositional and iconographic sources, innovations, and problems are identified and analyzed in the second chapter; ancillary decoration -especially decorated initials and floral borders- are described and localized and collaborating miniaturists identified in the third. In the fourth chapter the stylistic evidence obtained in the first three chapters is joint together with that provided by texts and provenances in order to date and localize the subject books and leaves. The final chapter positions those codices and cuttings in the larger context of Flemish illumination in the time of Philip the Good. Following the essay are 334 figures and 141 comparative illustrations and a catalogue raisonné of 30 books and 24 leaves in the Privileges style. A decisive majority of the figures and illustrations have never before been reproduced in the scholarly literature; the physical characteristics, texts, miniatures, provenance, and bibliography of each codex and cutting are described in full detail in the catalogue. Following the latter are appendices that provide the readings and textual authorities for the Hours of the Virgin. Add to basket -> 500 p., + 400 ills, 210 x 297 mm, 2000 ISBN: 978-2-503-50878-8 Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 180,00 Size: 210 x 297 mm. Livre. Seller Inventory # 000159

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