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Robert Campin. New Directions in Scholarship. Edited by Susan Foister and Susie NAsh

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Most of the essays in this volume were delivered as papers at the Robert Campin Symposium held at the National Gallery on 12-13 March 1993. Any study of the 15th century Northern European painter (and miniaturist) faces with problems of identity, as he is also referred to as Master of Flémalle, and the present collection of essays does not solve the debate. Susan Foister's introductory paper summarizes the history of this problem, and its literature. Divided in three sections: I. Examining Campin: Technical Studies; II. Copying Campin; III. Campin's Imagery: Sources, Interpretation and Influence. 214 pages. With XV colour plates at the end, and many b/w illustrations and graphics. Bound in red paper. The lower corners of both front and back covers are creased, the front cover has marks of an old sticker on the lower part. Some crease and rubbing to the covers. In good condition. The book weighs 1 kg.

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The National Gallery
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Used: good
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8 1/4" x 11 3/4"
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Paperback
Number of pages:
214
Publisher:
Robert Campin. New Directions in Scholarship. Edited by Susan Foister and Susie NAsh
Title:
Robert Campin. New Directions in Scholarship. Edited by Susan Foister and Susie NAsh

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Most of the essays in this volume were delivered as papers at the Robert Campin Symposium held at the National Gallery on 12-13 March 1993. Any study of the 15th century Northern European painter (and miniaturist) faces with problems of identity, as he is also referred to as Master of Flémalle, and the present collection of essays does not solve the debate. Susan Foister's introductory paper summarizes the history of this problem, and its literature. Divided in three sections: I. Examining Campin: Technical Studies; II. Copying Campin; III. Campin's Imagery: Sources, Interpretation and Influence. 214 pages. With XV colour plates at the end, and many b/w illustrations and graphics. Bound in red paper. The lower corners of both front and back covers are creased, the front cover has marks of an old sticker on the lower part. Some crease and rubbing to the covers. In good condition. The book weighs 1 kg.

Author(s):
The National Gallery
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8 1/4" x 11 3/4"
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
214
Publisher:
Robert Campin. New Directions in Scholarship. Edited by Susan Foister and Susie NAsh
Title:
Robert Campin. New Directions in Scholarship. Edited by Susan Foister and Susie NAsh

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