Flemish art and architecture
Flemish art and architecture, works of art and structures produced in the region of Europe known for centuries as Flanders. Netherlandish art is another term sometimes used for these works. Art produced in Flanders achieved special eminence c.1200 and in the 15th and 17th cent. Flanders was among the most culturally productive regions at other times as well.
Sections in this article:
- The Medieval Period
- The Eighteenth through the Twentieth Centuries
- Achievements of the Seventeenth Century
- The Northern Renaissance and Its Aftermath
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