39 Comments on Mosan woodcarvings of the xvth and XVIth century by MARGUERITE DEVIGNE First Mr. A. Pit has recognized the original and special character of the sculptures of the Northern Netherlands. They differ from the German sculptures of the same period (he says) by a more regular and more sensible form. Also the Flemish artists work in a different way. These accent the features in a more sculptural way, the Northern Dutch artists see things from a more pictorial side. According to Mr. Pit's conjectures there have been woodcarvers, who worked in Utrecht as a centre, at the end of the XVth and the beginning of the XVlth century. But the existence of these artists is not proved by any documents and the only monuments, which have remained, are some fragments of altars and a few small statues in the museums of Utrecht and Amsterdam. Now the author found the same characteristics as Mr. Pit ascribes to the work of the Northern Netherlands at places like Namur, Liege and in the province of Limburg along the river Meuse, and she sets forth the question, whether the studios, which must have existed in these places are influenced by
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1926
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