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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IV: Mid-European and Southern Art
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    • instance, of Van Eyck. These Madonnas — their facial
    • Eyck lifts it into the still more deeply human, so as to seize the
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VI: Dutch and Flemish Painting
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    • when we turn our gaze to the Brothers Van Eyck.
    • In the two Van Eycks —
    • Hubert van Eyck to begin with, and later in his brother Jan —
    • Although Hubert van Eyck was not the sole inventor of oil-painting,
    • light. Thus in the profoundly Germanic brothers, Van Eyck, we have the
    • The brothers Van Eyck
    • importance. To the people out of whom the brothers Van Eyck arose, the
    • brothers Van Eyck we still have comparatively primitive, rudimentary
    • Altar-piece of Ghent, by the Brothers Van Eyck.
    • 1. The Brothers Van Eyck. Altar-piece. (St. Bavo. Ghent.)
    • in the first third of the 15th century. Hubert Van Eyck died in 1426;
    • 7. The Brothers van Eyck. Adoration of the Lamb.
    • Eyck, and there arises in this period one of the greatest of all works
    • Very beautifully Van Eyck
    • 9. Brothers van Eyck. The Knights and Judges. (From
    • 10. Brothers van Eyck. The Pilgrims and Hermits. (From
    • Hubert van Eyck died in
    • aspect. We now come to another picture by Van Eyck.
    • 11. Jan van Eyck. Madonna. (At Bruges.)
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