Dutch art and urban cultures 1200 1700 is a uniquely dense study of the ties between artistic production and the larger forces at play in a highly artistically developed part of europe the authors claims for the book extend far further however. Elisabeth de bievre challenges this view and its assumptions in a radical new account arguing that the dutch golden age was far from unified de bievre exposes how distinct geographical circumstances and histories shaped each urban development and in turn fundamentally informed the art and visual culture of individual cities. Dutch art and urban cultures 1200 1700 takes on a fascinating and complex topic the relationship between places and their cultures cultural artifacts are as much defined by where they were made as when or by whom the relationship between locality and art then has been subject to continuous historical study since ancient times but also fell out of favour after the second world war. 2016 dutch art and urban cultures 1200 1700 by elisabeth de bievre the art bulletin vol 98 no 3 pp 397 399. Bievre elisabeth de dutch art and urban cultures 1200 1700 new haven yale university press 2015 492 pp isbn 9780300205626 dutch art and urban cultures 1200 1700 takes on a fascinating
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