The State of Research in Northern Baroque Art

Haverkamp-Begemann, Egbert
December 1987
Art Bulletin;Dec87, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p510
Academic Journal
Provides information on the state of research in northern Baroque art. Genres of painting; Visual analysis of the paintings of Dutch artists; Influence of economics and the society on art.


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