New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998. Hardcover. Black boards with gilt lettering on spine. White dust jacket with color illustration and black lettering. xi, 308 pp. BW illustrations, 24 color plates. VG/VG. Item #164628
This book explores the ways in which Flemish painting between 1550 and 1650 both represented and reflected the burgeoning capitalism of Antwerp, the major port of Europe at that time. Elizabeth Honig focuses not only on market-scene paintings but also on the interaction between painters and markets as it was influenced by the changing roles played by merchants, church and city governments, and consumers. -Amazon.
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