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Published by Eyre and Spottiswoode in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Dutch Painting,
  • Art collections,
  • Flemish Painting,
  • Private collections

Book details:

Edition Notes

Copy 2 is partially annotated with prices realized.

Statementby Lord Francis Pelham Clinton-Hope
ContributionsHope, Henry Thomas
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25519263M
OCLC/WorldCa78821381

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  The Hope collection of pictures of the Dutch and Flemish schools, with descriptions reprinted from the catalogue published in by the Science and art department of the South Kensington museum by Hope family; Wertheimer, Asher. firm, art dealer. Start this Book Title The Hope collection of pictures of the Dutch and Flemish schools, with descriptions reprinted from the catalogue published in by the Science and art department of the South Kensington museum. A catalogue of pictures of the Dutch and Flemish schools lent to the South Kensington museum by South Kensington Museum; Hope, Henry Thomas. texts. eye favorite 0 comment 0. Copy. A Catalogue of the Pictures of the Dutch and Flemish Schools: Lent to the South Kensington Museum by Lord Francis Pelham Clinton Hope. South Kensington Museum. 1: The Glass of Wine (10, no. 54, as "A Gentleman and a Lady") Amsterdam: Netherlands "Rembrandt." Vereeniging tot behoud in Nederland van Kunstschatten. Arti et Amicitiae. 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 31 cm: Contents: The golden age of Netherlandish painting --Early panel painters in the Southern Netherlands --The Northern Netherlands in the fifteenth century --The end of the century: Ghent and Bruges (by Peter Eikemeier) --Hieronymus Bosch (by Gerd Bauer) --The sixteenth century: the rise. and Vermeer, and produced catalogues of the Museum's Dutch and Flemish paintings. Liedtke served as a curator of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for thirty-five years. Liedtke specialized in the paintings of Vermeer and the Delft School. The Liedtke-curated show, “Vermeer and the Delft School” was said to be the most.   Flemish School; Technique. oil painting; Name. David Teniers the younger and all my etchings drawings and engravings to the South Kensington Museum for the benefit of the nation to be kept there as one separate collection to be called "The Constantine Alexander Ionides Collection" and not distributed over the Museum or lent for exhibition. Westmacott C. M. Westmacott, British Galleries of Painting and Sculpture compromising a General Historical and Critical Catalogue, London,, p. Smith John Smith, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters, 8 vols and supplement, London, , vol. VI, , p. , no.

South Kensington Museum. A catalogue of pictures of the Dutch and Flemish schools lent to the South Kensington Museum by Lord Francis Pelham Clinton-Hope. Exh. cat. South Kensington Museum. London, no. South Kensington Museum. Pictures of the Dutch and Flemish Schools lent to the South Kensington Museum by Lord Francis Pelham-Clinton-Hope, South Kensington Museum, London, , no. Technical Summary The painting was executed on a medium-weight, plain-weave fabric, which has been lined. the flemish school THE pictures are not arranged in this order, but the Flemish and Italian arts are the nearest allied. The Italians developed their oil-painting ' on Flemish lines; and although oil frequently replaced tempera in Italy, the oil and varnish painting perfected by the Van Eycks is quite another thing.   26 DUTCH AND FLEMISH PAINTINGS , no London, South Kensington Museum, London, Royal Academy, , no (lent by Mrs Hope) London, South Kensington Museum, , no LITERATURE.