American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Eyck, Jan van 1390?-1441. Flemish painter who with his brother Hubert (died 1426) founded the Flemish school of painting. Jan's works, characterized by brilliant coloring and minute realistic detail, include Arnolfini and His Wife (1434). No existing works can be positively attributed to Hubert.
- n. Flemish painter who was a founder of the Flemish school of painting and who pioneered modern techniques of oil painting (1390-1441)
“Now there was a good man, a carpenter and very skilful with his tools, who so loved the oak that he gave himself, and his children after him, the name of Eyck, which is pronounced Ike, and is Dutch for oak.”
“Limburg called Eyck, and repaired to Bruges in order to pursue their art.”
“The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund Jan van Eyck's 'The Crucifixion' and 'The Last Judgment' From here we walk to the early Netherlandish galleries to see Jan van Eyck's two altar panels, respectively depicting the Crucifixion and Last Judgment c.”
“Essentially crowd scenes arranged in a narrow vertical format, both are wonderfully animated examples of van Eyck's meticulous workmanship and eye for minute detail.”
“And upon reading that I prefer Jan Van Eyck's mystical realism to Gerard David's cold perfection.”
“Bruges art "Van Eyck to D ü rer" explores the influence of the Flemish Primitives with masterpieces by Jan Baegert, Hans Holbein the Elder and others.”
“STEALING THE GHENT ALTARPIECE," scholar Noah Charney discusses the ideological, religious, political and social motivations behind the thefts of the Jan van Eyck work. 7 p.m.,”
“Called Arnolfini, in honor of the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck, the bejeweled chandelier, rendered out of glass containers, including egg cups and poison bottles, suggests a phantasmagoric Still Life painting.”
“So the picture hangs on four grim faces – Yves Montand, Folco Lulli, Charles Vanel and Peter van Eyck.”
“Frankfurt art "In Chronological Order: St ä del Paintings from the 14th to the 21st Centuries" displays 300 paintings from the museum's holdings, ranging from art by Jan van Eyck to Gerhard Richter.”
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