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Claus Sluter

Kathleen Morand

Claus Sluter

artist at the court of Burgundy

by Kathleen Morand

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Published by Harvey Miller in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sluter, Claus, -- ca. 1345-1405 or 6.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography and index.

    StatementKathleen Morand ; photographs by David Finn.
    ContributionsFinn, David, 1921-, Sluter, Claus, ca. 1345-1405 or 6.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNB653.S57 M67 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination399 p. :
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18032669M
    ISBN 100905203151

    Claus Sluter was the most creative and powerful sculptor of the late middle ages. This Netherlandish master worked in the services of the Dukes of Burgundy. His artwork of a genius created art objects that are still seen today in Dijon, France, and his greatest creation the Well of Moses. A artist at the Court. - Worked with Claus de Werve. Claus Sluter (s in Haarlem – or in Dijon) was a sculptor of Dutch origin. He was the most important northern European sculptor of his age and is See more ideas about Sculpture, Haarlem, Sculptor pins.

    The two great Dutchmen whom the irresistible attraction of French art life drew for good from their native country were completely monopolized by the duke of Burgundy. Claus Sluter inhabited a house at Dijon which the duke placed at his disposal; there he lived as a . Claus Sluter inhabited a house at Dijon which the duke placed at his disposal; there he lived as a gentleman, but at the same time as a servant of the court. His nephew and successor, Claus de Werve, is the tragic type of an artist in the service of princes: kept back at Dijon year after year, to finish the tomb of Jean sans Peur, for which the.

    The works of Claus Sluter infuse realism with spirituality and monumental grandeur. His influence was extensive among both painters and sculptors of 15th-century northern Europe. Born in the midth century, Sluter is known through his works rather than accounts of his person. Claus Sluter, "Well of Moses: Prophets Daniel and Isaiah" (), Stone, height: cm, Musée Archéologique, Dijon. Giovanni Pisano, Isaiah (), Marble, Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Siena. Stained Glass. Church of the Immaculate Conception (Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana), interior, stained glass, the prophet Isaiah, Isaiah


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Biographical information about Claus Sluter, his times and the political influences give clues about the freedom given Sluter to create so individualistically. Sluter's work is part of the medieval world in which art had a powerful message to convey and his did so in an effective and appealing way.

The early reform movement, Modern Devotion, is Cited by: 2. In Claus Sluter. The six-sided “Well Claus Sluter book Moses,” now lacking its crowning Calvary group, which made the whole a symbol of the “fountain of life,” presents six life-sized prophets holding books, scrolls, or both.

The figures, beginning with Moses, proceed counterclockwise to. Claus Sluter (s in Haarlem – or in Dijon) was a Dutch sculptor. He was the most important northern European sculptor of his age and is considered a pioneer of the "northern realism" of the Early Netherlandish painting that came into full flower with the work of Jan van Eyck and others in the next generation.

The name "Claes de Slutere van Herlam" is inscribed in the Register. Claus Sluter, influential master of early Netherlandish sculpture, who moved beyond the dominant French taste of the time and into highly individual monumental, naturalistic forms.

The works of Claus Sluter infuse realism with spirituality and monumental grandeur. Claus Sluter book His influence was extensive among. Claus Sluter (with Claus de Werve), The Well of Moses, (Calvary finishedprophetspainted by Jean Malouel c. ), Asnières stone with gilding and polychromy, slightly less than 7 meters high, originally close to 13 meters with cross This work is located on the grounds of the former Chartreuse de Champmol, a Carthusian monastery in Dijon, France, established by.

Claus Sluter (with Claus de Werve), The Well of Moses, – (calvary finishedprophets –05, painted by Jean Malouel c.

), Asnières stone with gilding and polychromy, slightly less than 7 meters high, originally close to 13 meters with d on the grounds of the former Chartreuse de Champmol, a Carthusian monastery in Dijon, France established by Philip the Bold.

Claus Sluter was the foremost trecento sculptor of his day and a leading influence in the transition from International Gothic to the more naturalistic Renaissance style.

In particular, he was an important proponent of northern realism and a key figure in the school of Gothic sculpture, established by Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy in. This book offers a wide-ranging introduction to the way that art was made, valued, and viewed in northern Europe in the age of the Renaissance, from the late fourteenth to the early years of the sixteenth century.

Drawing on a rich range of sources, from inventories and guild regulations to poetry and chronicles, it examines everything from panel paintings to carved many 5/5(1). The Nuremberg Chronicle is a tribute to the new craft of the printed illustrated book.

What was the content of the Nuremberg Chronicle. It was the history of the world Inspiration for the form of Claus Sluter's Well of Moses may have come from ____. mystery plays. Figure Woodcut. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE chapter 15 art history. Which of the following would support the argument that the Well of Moses created by Claus Sluter did not actually spout water.

There was no water source in the Carthusian monastery. Carthusian commitment to silence would preclude any sound making device. The Well of Moses was never finished, so it never worked. Claus Sluter's 'Well of Moses' for the Chartreuse de Champmol reconsidered: part III by SUSIE NASH, Courtauld Institute of Art, London in parts i and ii of this study, the Great Cross at the Char-treuse de Champmol, Dijon, known today as the 'Well of Moses', was reconstructed.1 A wealth of evidence demon.

Claus Sluter sculpted the figure of the Prophet Jeremiah (thought possibly to be the author of the book of Lamentations) and provided him originally with copper spectacles. The glasses worn by Jeremiah likely were meant to emphasize the primacy of reading at the monastery and also the authority of scripture.

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This sculpture, with the statue of Saint James the Greater exhibited nearby, was found near the church of Mouthier-Viellard in Poligny. Claus Sluter's 'Well of Moses' for the Chartreuse de Champmol reconsidered: part II by SUSIE NASH, Courtauld Institute of Art, London part i of this study, published in the December issue of this Magazine, has shown that the original appearance of Claus Sluter's 'Well of.

Champmol was designed as a showpiece, and the artistic contents, now dispersed, represent much of the finest monumental work, as opposed to illuminated manuscripts, of French and Burgundian art of the t the works that remained at Champmol until the 18th century, Claus Sluter, Jacques de Baerze, Melchior Broederlam, Henri Bellechose, Jean Malouel, and Jean de Beaumetz would remain.

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Records indicate that by he was active in the stonecutters' guild in Brussels. Claus Sluter: Artist at the Court of BurgundyBy: Kathleen MorandClick Here: ?book=Notables of the time included Claus Sluter (d. ), Dutch sculptor, whose works survive to this day; Willem Sluyter (), German vicar and writer b ron in Eibergen Another 27 words (2 lines of text) are included under the topic Early Schluter Notables in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.