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Marc De Mey, Maximiliaan Martens, Cyriel Stroo Vision and Material. Interaction between Art and Science in Jan van Eyck's Time Brussel, KVAB Press, 2012.. Hardcover, cloth with dustjacket, 330pp., ills. in col. and b/w., 22.5x29cm., new. Contributions to the BRUSSELS conference held in 2010 at the Palace of the Academies. by: Inigo Bocken (Radbout University, Nijmegen), Till-Holger Borchert (Groeninge Museum, Bruges), Mark Clarke (Lisbon University), Bruno Cornelis (Vrije Universiteit, Brussels), Ingrid Daubechies (Duke University, USA), Marc De Mey (Ghent University), Dominique Deneffe (KIKIRPA, Brussels), Ann Dooms (Vrije Universiteit, Brussels), Bart Fransen (KIKIRPA, Brussels), Ingrid Geelen (KIKIRPA, Brussels), Alan Gilchrist (Rutgers University, USA), Jan Koenderink (MIT, USA and universities of Delft and Leuven), Maximiliaan P.J. Martens (Ghent University), Aleksandra Pi?urica (Ghent University), Ljiljana Plati?a (Ghent University), Tijana Ru?ic (Ghent University), Wolfgang Schneider (Hildesheim University), Harald Schwaetzer (Alanus Hochschule), Cyriel Stroo (KIKIRPA, Brussels), Boris Uspenskij (National Research University, Moscow), Abbie Vandivere (Amsterdam University). On the themes: The viewers in the Ghent Altarpiece ?Form and function of van Eyck?s portraiture Changing drapery Spatiogram features to characterize pearls and beads The lines and luster of the light Painting techniques and human representation in pre-Eyckian painting The making of portraits before Jan van Eyck Modeling splendor: applied brocade in the Ghent Altarpiece, grayscale range in pigment, paintings and perception EUR 49.99 Verder winkelen In winkelwagen

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