Published on January 30, 2014
The Renaissance in Northern Europe 15th-16th Century
The Early Renaissance in Northern Europe
Robert Campin c. 1375-1444
The Mérode Altarpiece (Attributed) c. 1426
Jan van Eyck c. 1390-1441
Ghent Altarpiece St. Bavon Cathedral 1432
Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Giovanna Cenami 1434
Hieronymus Bosch 1450/1453-1516
The Last Judgment After 1482
The Hay Wain C. 1495-1500
The High Renaissance in Northern Europe
Albrecht Dürer 1471-1528
The Apocalypse (Revelation) 1498
Adoration of the Lamb
The Four Horsemen
Woman of Babylon with the Dragon
The Dragon with the Seven Heads
Adam and Eve 1504
Apollo Belvedere, 120-140 AD
Venus de’ Medici, 1st c. BC
Hans Holbein the Younger 1497/1498-1543
Erasmus of Rotterdam, c. 1523
Caterina van Hemessen 1527/1528-1566
Portrait of a Lady, 1551
Pieter Brueghel the Elder c. 1525-1569
The Triumph of Death c. 1562
The Harvesters 1565
Peasant Wedding c. 1566
Hampton Court Palace, England Started 1514
Château of Chambord, France Started 1519
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Northern Europe’s wealthy merchants and nobles supported the art of van Eyck, Bosch, Dürer, Bruegel, and Holbein; art that invites us back to their world.
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RENAISSANCE IN NORTH EUROPE For an introduction to Flemish and Dutch oil painting, see: Netherlandish Renaissance Art. For painting and wood carving
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