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Art, Netherlandish


  • Here are entered works on art from the Low Countries before the 17th century. Works on art from countries or areas within the Low Countries are entered under the specific heading for the country or area, e.g. [Art, Dutch; Art, Flemish.]

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    • Netherlandish art
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  • Sources

    • found: AAT(Netherlandish; UFs Low Country; Lowland)
    • found: Britannica Micro.(early Netherlandish art; "arts created in the several domains that in the late 14th and 15th centuries were under the rule of the dukes of Burgundy, coincidentally counts of Flanders. As "Burgundian" and "Flemish" describe only parts of the phenomenon, neither can posit for the whole, although Early Flemish art is a common term")
    • found: Grove art online, June 25, 2004(Netherlandish art)
    • found: LC database, Aug. 12, 2004(Netherlandish; early Netherlandish)
    • found: Email message from J. Hand, National Gallery of Art, Aug. 4, 2004("art produced in the 15th and 16th centuries in the region roughly corresponding to present-day ... Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and part of Northern France is usually called Netherlandish. The terms Dutch and Flemish are generally used for art of the 17th and later centuries.... The term "Netherlandish" is used more by Americans, British, and the Germans (Niederlandish). Latin language/cultures often stick with the old terms: primitifs flamands; fiamminghe, flamenco.")
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on art from the Low Countries before the 17th century. Works on art from countries or areas within the Low Countries are entered under the specific heading for the country or area, e.g. [Art, Dutch; Art, Flemish.]
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    • 2004-06-25: new
    • 2016-11-09: revised
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