The French primitives and their forms from their origin to the end of the fifteenth century

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Barnes Foundation Press, 1931 - Art - 551 pages

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Contents

CHAPTER
3
General Sources and Relations of French Primitives
23
French ColorIts Derivations and Qualities
67
Drawing
77
FleshPaintinc
85
Painting or Draperies
94
Introduction
113
ItaloMiniature Type with German Influence
129
Two Atypical French Genre Panels
302
French Color and its Relation to the Italian
313
Comparative Notes on the Louvre Entombment
319
Foreword
327
French Pictures with Various Italian Connections
338
FrancoGerman Borderland Form
361
FrancoFlemish Tradition
371
The Amiens School
397

FrancoGerman Borderland Form
140
FrancoFlemish Tradition
167
ItaloFrench Type
220
The Bonson Altarpiece
230
The Socalled Avignon School
239
Three French PietasA Comparative Study
245
Louis Brea and his School
266
Portraiture
274
Jean Fouquet
291
Melchior Broederlam and the Socalled Burgundy School
440
The Brea School
446
The Spanish Tradition in the South of France
457
Miscellaneous Portraits
465
Philip and Margaret of BurgundyLondon
471
Miscellaneous Pictures of Nondescript Character
486
St Michael and the DragonAnnunciationAvignon
514
Index
545
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