New York: Garland Publishing, 1981.
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Slight wear. Crisp Hardcover.; "The following study examines the artistic development of Flemish baroque commemorative monuments, stressing, at the same time, the historical circumstances and cultural context in which they were produced. ... the monuments included in this study are being examined in three dimensions: I am asking what they indicate about seventeenth-century commemorative sculpture in Flanders, what they suggest in terms of sepulchral art in general, and what their significance is for Flemish baroque sculpture." Contents: Acknowledgments; List of Figures; List of Plates; Glossary; Introduction; Chapter I. Commemorative Monument Production; II. Commemorative Monument Types; III. Commemorative Monument Programs; IV. Commemorative Monument Composition; V. Stylistic Development; VI. Commemorative Monument Iconography; VII. Conclusion; Appendixes: 1. Artists; 2. Subjects; 3. Monument Types; 4. Depictions of the Deceased; 5. Deceased; Catalogue; Plate Captions; Plates; Bibliography. ; Outstanding Dissertations In The Fine Arts; xiv, 609 pages.