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Jan Swart van Groningen (c. 1495 in Groningen – c. 1563 in Antwerp), was a Dutch Renaissance painter. According to Karel van Mander he was in Gouda in 1522-1523, at the same time that Jan van Scorel was there, who had just returned from Italy
Jan Swart van Groningen (c. According to Karel van Mander he was in Gouda in 1522-1523, at the same time that Jan van Scorel was there, who had just returned from Italy. He could paint landscape and flesh tones in the manner of Scorel, and travelled to Italy himself, spending time in Venice.
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Henk J. Verkuyl, Henriette De Swart, Angeliek Van Hout. Категория: Образование. 8 Mb. Primer on climate change and sustainable development. Munasinghe . Swart R. Категория: P Physics, PGp Geophysics. 4 Mb. Hellhound Awakened.
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Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California. De Swart has developed a considerable underground reputation in Los Angeles over the last 15 years. USC’s School of Architecture and Fine Arts has launched a new lecture and exhibition program of which this show is an element. His work in glass, wood and metal was shown as early as 1948 at the Modern Institute of Art. The current show purports to show the capacity of sculpture to give meaning to architecture, to vitalize its space.