|Series||Outstanding dissertations in the fine arts|
|LC Classifications||N8120 .H37 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 441 p. :|
|Number of Pages||441|
|LC Control Number||75023793|
The Last Judgment in Sixteenth Century Northern Europe. A Study of the Relation Between Art and the Reformation. PhD diss., Princeton University. New York, , pp. –47, , no. 55, mentions it as an example of the limitation of heavenly intercessors and the focus on Christ that occured at times in Catholic works from the early 16th century. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The last judgment in sixteenth century northern Europe: a study of the relation between art and the Reformation in SearchWorks catalog. Get this from a library! The Last Judgment in sixteenth century northern Europe: a study of the relation between art and the reformation. [Craig Harbison]. The Last Judgment was a traditional subject for large church frescos, but it was unusual to place it at the east end, over the altar. The traditional position was on the west wall, over the main doors at the back of a church, so that the congregation took this reminder of their options away with them on : Michelangelo.
The Arts in Sixteenth-Century Northern the fifteenth century Netherlandish artists had dominated Northern European painting. A distinguished lineage of painters, particularly in the wealthy city of Flanders, had perfected the medium of oil painting, developed a highly realistic art, and produced scores of altarpieces, religious panel paintings, and portraits. The courts of sixteenth-century Northern Europe often employed court painters, whose commissions would include mostly portraits of members of the royal family and other important dignitaries. Holbein’s painting of The French Ambassadors combines the practice of portrait painting with commentary on the religio-political situation at the time. Media in category "16th-century paintings of Last Judgment" The following 57 files are in this category, out of 57 total. Chrispijn van den Broeck - Het Laatste Oordeel (04).jpg 1, × 1,; MB. Albrecht Durer was an artist of the early 16th century from Nuremburg. He was sort of the da Vinci of Northern Europe, always experimenting, deeply interested in combining art and science, and.
The Last Judgment In Sixteenth Century Northern Europe: a Study of the Relation Between Art and the Reformation. New York (N.Y.): Garland, APA: Harbison, C. (). The Last Judgment in sixteenth century Northern Europe: a study of the relation between art and the Reformation. New York (N.Y.): Garland. Chicago:Cited by: In his book Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, Giorgio Vasari, the 16th-century architect, artist, and writer, records some of Michelangelo’s trials. The fresco. The Renaissance didn't only happen in Italy, a new realism also appears in the art of Northern Europe. An introduction to the Northern Renaissance in the sixteenth century; Inventing "America" for Europe: Theodore de Bry; Places. The Last Judgment Other Titles Series/Book Title: Dance of Death Prints Work Type print Date 16th century Places Creation Place: Europe, Germany Culture German Persistent Link Physical Descriptions Medium Woodcut on off-white antique laid paper Northern Renaissance Art: Selected Works, Busch-Reisinger Museum.