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A History of Spanish Painting, Volume V

The Hispano-Flemish Style in Andalusia

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ISBN 9780674422070

Publication Date: 01/01/1934

357 pages

113 illustrations

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Continuing the discussion of the Hispano-Flemish movement in the painting of the Iberian peninsula initiated in Volume 4 [Part 1 and Part 2], the fifth volume of Professor Chandler Rathfon Post’s monumental work takes up the manifestations of the movement in Andalusia. It therefore treats the schools of Seville and Cordova in the second half of the fifteenth century and becomes the most important volume yet published in the series, since the consideration of the Cordovan school involves the two greatest primitive painters Spain produced, Master Alfonso and Bermejo. The illustrations include reproductions of every one of Bermejo’s paintings and often of their details as well. The Appendix contains much material additional to the first four volumes.

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