Moving Sculptures : Southern Netherlandish Alabasters from the 16th to 17th Centuries in Central and Northern Europe.Series: Studies in Netherlandish Art and Cultural History SerPublisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (407 pages)Content type:
- online resource
- Alabaster sculpture, Flemish -- Belgium -- Mechelin -- 16th century.;Alabaster sculpture, Flemish -- Belgium -- Mechelin -- 17th century.;Alabaster sculpture, Flemish -- Belgium -- Antwerp -- 16th century.;Alabaster sculpture, Flemish -- Belgium -- Antwerp -- 17th century.;Art patronage -- Europe, Central -- History -- 16th century
- NB1210.A4 .M384 2014
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Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Figures, Graphs, and Tables -- Introduction -- Part 1 At the Source: Production of the Alabaster Sculpture in the Southern Netherlands -- Chapter 1 Alabaster as a Sculpture Material -- Chapter 2 Alabaster in Netherlandish Sculpture from the Late Gothic to the Early Baroque -- Chapter 3 Serial Production of Alabaster Sculpture in Mechelen -- Chapter 4 The Spread of Alabaster Sculpture from the Low Countries -- Part 2 At the Destination: Southern Netherlandish Alabaster Sculpture in Central and Northern Europe -- Chapter 5 Altarpieces -- Chapter 6 Tombs and Epitaphs -- Chapter 7 Exhibits of Real and 'Imagined' Collections -- Chapter 8 Alabaster Chambers -- Epilogue -- Documents -- Bibliography -- Notes -- Index of Persons -- Index of Geographic Names.
In Moving Sculptures Lipińska explores the little-known phenomenon of serial production of small-scale alabaster sculpture in the Southern Netherlands of the 16th and 17th centuries from the perspective of its recipients in Central and Northern Europe.
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