Flemish Tapestry from the 15th to the 18th Century

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Lannoo Uitgeverij, Jan 1, 1999 - Tapestry, Flemish - 383 pages
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Delmarcel, professor of the history of art at Leuven University in Belgium and the former curator of textiles at the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels, is the author of other books and ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
The Middle Ages
25
The last flowering of the Flemish Primitives in Brussels
45
The French style
54
Esther and Ahasuerus 00
60
Flemish tapestries and the Italian Renaissance
86
The Renaissance in the Netherlands
95
The golden days of the Flemish Renaissance in Brussels tapestries 1 19
119
S The Labours of Hercules
203
in Baroque
209
Brussels tapestries by Antwerp and Brussels artists
220
Foreign models woven in Brussels
252
Bruges tapestries in the seventeenth century
268
Oudenarde in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
281
Scenes of Country Life 2G
295
The last Brussels workshops
332

The Acts of the Apostles
142
Romulus and Remus
155
The Renaissance outside Brussels
164
Childrens Games
196
Scenes of Country Life after Teniers
352
Bibliography
371
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