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Memling

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Hans . ?1430--94, Flemish painter of religious works and portraits
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But he was around during one of the most turbulent times in medieval history and Terence has used that as the basis of his book which weaves historical fact with a vivid plot involving the royal families of Burgundy - including Princess Marie with whom Memling forms a close bond, and England.
A variation on the individual "stations of the cross" is evident, for example, in "Scenes from the Passion of Christ" by Hans Memling (c.
A hired hand like any portraitist, Memling tended to idealize his subjects, if only subtly: for example, the healthy and highlighted curls that enliven the rotund face of the Brussels Portrait of a Man Before a Landscape (c.
See Pergam, supra note 80, at 164-65 ("The Manchester display was certainly more complete than the National Gallery at the time," which, for example, had no representation of important German and Netherlandish masters such as Cranach, Memling, Van der Weyden, and Grunewald, among others.
He does not, for example, mention the group of paintings by Roger van der Weyden, and it was only on the later visit with his brother in 1863 that he referred to the St Ursula casket by Memling, noting that the paint seemed to have been touched up in the intervening years.
Their aim was to go beyond 'the moribund academic principles that had dominated Western art since the Renaissance' and to eschew the Royal Academy, Sir Joshua Reynolds and Rubens whilst praising the earlier works by Memling, Giotto or Van Eyck.
In the 15th Century, it enjoyed a new era of luxury and prosperity when arts and banking flourished and famous painters including Jan van Eyck and Hans Memling had their ateliers there.
Its collection of paintings by Holbein, Van der Weyden, Memling, Bosch, Bruegel, Clouet, El Greco, Canaletto, Hogarth and Stubbs (to name but a few) would be the envy of any art gallery in England.
For example, he compares the contrast between material Orthodox and nonmaterial gnostic "artists" to much later pairs of contrasting artists such as Memling and Altdorfer or Matisse and Malevich (92).
He identifies some of the artists (if only by titles like "Master of the David Scenes") and shows how some were influenced by well-known masters, including Hans Memling, a contemporary of Alamire and many of the composers represented.
Cresta (0870 161 0900) have one night free for stays of three nights or more at the Hotel Memling, for pounds 279 per person.
Buchholz has explored aloneness as a developmental need (parallel to the need for attachment), and a positive experience that is essential for all phases of personal growth (Buchholz & Tomasi, 1994; Buchholz & Chinlund, 1994; Memling & Buchholz, 1994).