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The English icon : Elizabethan Jacobean portraiture / Roy Strong.

  • Author

    Strong, Roy Colin

  • Date published

    1969

  • Publisher

    London New York : Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art, in association with Routledge Kegan Paul ; Pantheon Books, 1969.

  • Subject

    Portrait painting, English 16th century

    Portrait painting, British 17th century

    Portrait painting 16th century England

    Portrait painting 17th century England

  • Accession number

    83427106

  • Class

    OS - 91.1/STR

  • Language

    English

  • Physical description

    iii-xvi, 388 p., 1 leaf of plates (folded) : ill. (some col.), facsims., ports. ; 33 cm.

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Contents: Style. From Holbein to Hilliard -- Elizabethan neo-medievalism -- Romantic melancholy -- Collapse and survival -- The conventions of painting. The language of painting -- Collectors and collecting -- Painting and poetry -- A calendar of political and artistic events, 1540-1620 -- Elizabethan and Jacobean artists : a historiographical note -- A note on condition -- John Bettes I -- William Scrots -- Circle of Scrots -- Master John -- Gerlach Flicke -- Hans Eworth -- Master of the Countess of Warwick -- Master of Mildren Coke, Lady Burghley -- Antonio Mor -- Steven van der Meulen -- Arnold van Brounckhorst -- Lucas de Heere -- The monogrammist HE -- Joris Hoefnagel -- Cornelius Ketel -- Nicholas Hilliard -- Federigo Zuccaro -- George Gower -- Hieronimo Custodis -- Unknown follower of Custodis -- Sir William Segar -- Robert Peake the Elder -- Unknown follower of Peake -- Rowland Lockey -- John de Critz -- Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger -- Unknown follower of Gheeraerts -- William Larkin -- Isaac Oliver -- Appendices. Hans Eworth : a Tudor artist and his circle -- Hans Eworth reconsidered -- Federigo Zuccaro's visit to England in 1575 -- Elizabethan painting : an approach through inscriptions. A. Robert Peake the Elder -- B. Hieronimo Custodis -- C. Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger -- The Elizabethan malady.