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Memling

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Hans . ?1430--94, Flemish painter of religious works and portraits
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This insightful, elegantly written, and carefully argued new study is an important addition to the understandings of Hans Memling's narrative paintings and the devotional life of the early modern Netherlands.
Seb Lake-Gaskin's poked effort was a rare first-half opportunity for Rugby, and the home side extended the lead after the interval when Memling's could not hold Waters' shot and Ryan Lockett helped home the rebound.
(4) Hecht includes descriptions of Memling's Lady with a Pink in "A Poem for Julia" and of Giovanni Bellini's Transfiguration of Christ in "See Naples and Die.
By contrast he responded warmly to the work of Jan van Eyck and Hans Memling; celebrated in "The Carillon" and "Pax Vobis" the epiphanic experience of standing in a belfry surrounded by its chimes; and "show[ed] himself to have been almost continually ...
(5) In other words, in the case of a painting like Hans Memling's Vanity, or films like Casablanca (Curtiz, 1942), the artwork disdains to reveal itself as a form of representation, but pretends an unmediated material reality, complete in itself and thus readily consumable.
The presentation begins with works by Jan van Eyck, continues with paintings by Memling, Drer, Cranach, Bruegel, Jacob van Ruisdael, Frans Hals, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Dyck, and Rubens, and ends with the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Thomas Lawrence.
You can spot them in the artwork of such masters as Bernhard Strigel, Lucas Cranach, Hans Memling and Fra Filippo Lippi.
In his later years, Belgian art critic and poet Emile Verhaeren (1855-1916) produced a large body of writings on the arts of the Northern Renaissance by such figures as Rembrandt, Rubens, Memling, Bruegel, and Grunewald in Flanders, Holland, and Germany in the 16th and 17th centuries.