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Hugo van der Goes and the procedures of art and salvation

Margaret L. Koster

Hugo van der Goes and the procedures of art and salvation

by Margaret L. Koster

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Published by Harvey Miller Pub. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Goes, Hugo van der, -- 1435?-1482 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Painting, Flemish -- 15th century,
  • Altarpieces, Flemish -- Italy -- Florence

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMargaret L. Koster.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND673.G6 K67 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination178 p. (1 folded) :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22532768M
    ISBN 101905375158
    ISBN 109781905375158
    LC Control Number2008426594

    Hugo van der Goes, The Adoration of the Kings (Monforte Altar), c. , oil on oak, x cm (Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin). Hugo van der Goes - alongside Hieronymus Bosch (), Roger van der Weyden (), Jan van Eyck (), Petrus Christus (), Hans Memling (c) and Gerard David (c) - is one of the most important Northern Renaissance artists, yet very little is known of his life. Deductions from records suggest he was born.

    Art Movement: Renaissance. Created by: Hugo van der Goes. Current Location: Berlin, Germany. Displayed at: Gemäldegalerie Berlin. Owner: Gemäldegalerie Berlin. Hugo van der Goes Page Menu. Selected Page. The Lamentation (The Three Marys and John the Evangelist) (The Three Marys and John the Evangelist) The Trinity Altarpiece Virgin and Child. Nuova di Fiorenza' ('Hugo of Antwerp, who made the painting at S. Maria Nuova in Florence').' Yet Vasari's marginal comment made the Portinari altar-piece (Fig) the touchstone for all subsequent attributions to Van der Goes. The Portinari altar-piece claims a privileged status in the history of art, chiefly because it may have been the only.

      Hugo van der Goes and the Procedures of Art and Salvation is a title which gets part of the way there in that it does give the artist’s name, but as the book is actually about the Altarpiece itself “Portinari” and “Altarpiece” as well, no doubt, as “Portinari Altarpiece” would be essential keywords here. The publisher, Brepols. Hugo van der Goes' Portinari Altarpiece -the Portinari's were representatives of the Medici bank, Portinari commissions Hugo van der Goes; Italians admired realistic details and Hugo's portrayal of human character; this altarpiece resembles the .


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Hugo van der Goes, (born c. —diedRoode Kloster, near Brussels [now in Belgium]), one of the greatest Flemish painters of the second half of the 15th century, whose strange, melancholy genius found expression in religious works of profound but often disturbing spirituality.

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n Hugo van der.?–82, Flemish painter: works include the Pontinari Altarpiece and The Death of. The Portinari Altarpiece, St. Thomas and St. Anthony the Hermit with Tommaso Portinari and two sons Antonio and Pigello, Left Wing Hugo van der Goes • out of 34 LOAD MORE List of all 34 artworks by Hugo van der Goes.

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