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Van Eyck tot Dürer : de Vlaamse primitieven & Centraal-Europa 1430-1530

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Van Eyck tot Dürer : de Vlaamse primitieven & Centraal-Europa 1430-1530

De langverwachte toppublicatie over de invloed van de Vlaamse primitieven op Centraal-Europa Een van dé catalogi van 2010, met meesterwerken van de Vlaamse primitieven en hun tijdgenoten: Dürer, Memling, Van der Goes, Van der Weyden, Van Eyck, Bouts, Lochner, Schongauer ...
Title
Van Eyck tot Dürer : de Vlaamse primitieven & Centraal-Europa 1430-1530
Author
Till-Holger Borchert
Language
Dutch
Edition
1
Publisher
Tielt: Lannoo, 2010 | Other editions
552 p. : ill.
Note
Catalogus n.a.v. de tentoonstelling te Brugge (Groeningemuseum) van 29 oktober 2010 tot 30 januari
ISBN
9789020993370 (paperback)
Placing suggestion
736.2 (SISO) Kunststromingen ; Vlaamse primitieven (ZIZO)

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About Till-Holger Borchert

Till-Holger Borchert (born 1967, in Hamburg) is a German art historian and writer specialising in 14th and 15th-century art. He has been the chief curator of the Groeningemuseum and Arentshuis museums in Bruges between 2003 and 2014. In December 2014, he was appointed as artistic director of the Municipal Museums in Bruges.

He has been teaching in Europe and the US and curated a number of major exhibitions, including "Memling's Portraits", which showed in Bruges, at the Frick Collection in New York and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, and "Memling: Rinascimento fiammingo" in Rome in 2014/15. He is also one of the curators of the Bruges Triennial for contemporary art and architecture.

Publications

  • Van Eyck to Dürer: The Influence of Early Netherlandish Painting on European Art, 1430–1530. Thames & Hudson, 2011
  • Splendour of the Burgundian Court: Charles the Bold (1433–1477) (ed). Corn…Read more on Wikipedia

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