Socio-economic aspects of Netherlandish art from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century: A survey

Montias, J.M.
September 1990
Art Bulletin;Sep90, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p358
Academic Journal
Examines socio-economic aspects of Netherlandish art from the 15th to the 17th century. Brief history of the rediscovery in the nineteenth century of the church, guild and other secular archives that supplied the foundations for the contemporary study of the economic and social environment of Netherlandish art; Various methods that have been or can be applied in putting the facts collected in archival research in a wider context; Important syntheses devoted to the sociology and economics of Netherlandish art; Recent work on economic factors in 15th and 16th century art in southern Netherlands.


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