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The Luminous Image: Painted Glass Roundels in the Lowlands, 1480-1560

The Luminous Image: Painted Glass Roundels in the Lowlands, 1480–1560

Husband, Timothy B., with an essay by Ilja M. Veldman and contributions by Ellen Konowitz and Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman
1995
234 pages
477 illustrations
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Foreword
Philippe de Montebello

Acknowledgments

Lenders to the Exhibition

Introduction
Timothy B. Husband

Characteristics of Iconography in the Lowlands during the Period of Humanism and the Reformation: 1450 to 1560
Ilja M. Veldman

Color Plates

Catalogue

1. The van der Goes Group: The Early Genesis and Tobit Series

2. Diversity of Style and Imagery: about 1480 to 1520

3. The Sorgheloos Series

4. Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen

5. Pieter Cornelisz, or the Monogrammist PC

6. Lucas van Leyden

7. Jan Gossaert

8. The Pseudo-Ortkens Group

9. The Roundel Series of Dirick Vellert
Ellen Konowitz

10. Pieter Coecke van Aelst and His Circle

11. Jan Swart van Groningen

12. Diversity of Style and Imagery: about 1520 to 1560

13. Lambert van Noort
Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman

14. Dirck Pietersz. Crabeth

Bibliography
Index
Photograph Credits

Pyramus and Thisbe, Lucas van Leyden  Netherlandish, Engraving
1514
Joseph Interpreting the Dreams of His Fellow Prisoners, Master of the Story of Joseph  Netherlandish, Oil on wood
Roundel with Susanna In Judgement, After Master of the Jospeh Panels, Jacob Van Lathem?, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, South Netherlandish
ca. 1510–20
Roundel with Tobias Drawing the Fish from the Water, Colorless glass, silver stain, vitreous paint, South Netherlandish
South Netherlandish
1500–1510
Roundel with the Adoration of the Magi, Hans Memling  Netherlandish, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, South Netherlandish or Lower German
ca. 1500
Roundel with Allegorical Figure, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, South Netherlandish
South Netherlandish
ca. 1510–15
The Adoration of the Magi, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, German
German
ca. 1510–15
Agony in the Garden, Albrecht Dürer  German, Etching
1515
Roundel with King Arthur Riding on a Camel (from a Series of the Nine Heroes), Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, North Netherlandish
North Netherlandish
1500–1510
Roundel with Christ Condemned by Pilate, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, North Netherlandish
North Netherlandish
1515–20
Allegory of Rout and Pillage, Dirck Vellert  Netherlandish, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, Flemish
ca. 1520
Christ Before Pilate, from "The Small Passion", Albrecht Dürer  German, Woodcut
ca. 1508
Christ Before Herod, from "The Small Passion", Albrecht Dürer  German, Woodcut
ca. 1509
Ecce Homo, Lucas van Leyden  Netherlandish, Engraving; first state
1510
Roundel with Martyrdom of Saint Jacobus Intercisus, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, North Netherlandish or South Netherlandish
North Netherlandish or South Netherlandish
ca. 1520
Roundel with Descent of the Damned, Dieric Bouts  Netherlandish, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, South Netherlandish
ca. 1500–1510
Roundel with Vanitas, Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, North Netherlandish
North Netherlandish
1510–20
The Child, from The Dance of Death, Hans Holbein the Younger  German, Woodcut
ca. 1526, published 1538
Roundel with Killing of the Ox (December), Colorless glass, vitreous paint and silver stain, North Netherlandish
North Netherlandish
early 16th century
The Four Horsemen, from "The Apocalypse", Albrecht Dürer  German, Woodcut
ca. 1511
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Husband, Timothy B., Ilja Maria Veldman, Ellen Konowitz, and Zsuzsanna Van Ruyven-Zeman. 1995. The Luminous Image: Painted Glass Roundels in the Lowlands, 1480-1560 [Exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York, May 23-August 20, 1995]. New York: Metropolitan museum of art.