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Claus . ?1345--1406, Dutch sculptor, working in Burgundy, whose realism influenced many sculptors and painters in 15th-century Europe. He is best known for the portal sculptures and the Well of Moses in the Carthusian monastery at Champnol
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Three Pleurants from the tomb of Philip the Bold, 1404-10, Claes Sluter (c.
As the poem continues, the act of address to Sluter slips away until the final stanza wherein she addresses her "dear, bereaved land" (53).
1995), How Maps Work: Representation, Visualization and Design, New York, The Guilford Press (Cita de Sluter, 2001).
Claus Sluter, to take an astoundingly inventive example, fashioned the tomb for Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, in Dijon from alabaster.
Haarlem-born Claus Sluter, an outstanding sculptor, shows the elevation of individuality in his powerfully characterized, strikingly realistic figures for the Well of Moses (1395-1403) in Dijon.
107) See Henri David, De Sluter a Sambin: essai critique sur la sculpture et le decor monumental en Bourgogne au XVIe et au XVIE siecles, 2 vols.
Finalmente, hay que advertir que--como tendremos ocasion de ver--no es el cenotafio regio la sola realizacion de Lome y su taller en que se constata el conocimiento de la plastica borgonona de Sluter y sus seguidores.
Sluter brought her colorful hula hoops, and her message that an active kid is a healthy kid, to Ritter Memorial Library on Feb.
La personalidad del arquitecto Jean de Marville, de escultores como Claus Sluter o Claus de Werve, de pintores como Jean Malouel o los hermanos Limbourg, junto a muchos otros, y, repetimos, en muchas ocasiones de origen flamenco, junto al decidido mecenazgo de los promotores de la casa Valois, es decir de Carlos VI de Francia, y sus tios, hermanos de Carlos V, Louis d'Orleans, Jean de Berry o Felipe el Atrevido, y sin olvidarnos de los hombres que a su servicio acaparaban los altos cargos de la administracion, marcaran en gran medida la estetica artistica de buena parte de Europa durante la primera mitad del siglo XV.
Sluter, a Greenfield resident, owns Hoopla Hoops, selling handmade Hula Hoop style-hoops.
Thus early chapters, such as 'Court Art and the Ars Nova', deal with late-fourteenth and early-fifteenth-century works by the likes of Claus Sluter, the Limbourg brothers and Jan van Eyck, whilst later chapters, such as 'Prints and Printmaking' and 'The Reformation's Challenge', focus on mostly sixteenth-century material.