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Till-Holger Borchert (born Hamburg, Germany) is a German art historian and author specialising in 14th and 15th-century art. He has been the chief curator of the Groeningemuseum and Arentshuis museums in Bruges since 2003.
Van Eyck to Dürer: The Influence of Early Netherlandish Painting on European Art, 1430-1530. Thames & Hudson, 2011
Splendour of the Burgundian Court: Charles the Bold (1433-1477) (ed). Cornell University Press, 2009
Jan Van Eyck. Taschen, 2008
Memling's Portraits (ed). Thames & Hudson, 2005
The Age of Van Eyck: The Mediterranean World and Early Netherlandish Painting 1430-1530. Thames & Hudson, 2002
The Book of Miracles, with Joshua P. Waterman, Taschen, 2013.
Till-Holger Borchert studied art history, musicology and German Literature at the universities of Bonn and Bloomington (IN). An acknowledged expert in Early Netherlandish paintings, he has been chief curator at the Groeningemuseum in Bruges since 2002. He has also curated numerous exhibitions in the sphere of art and cultural history, including in Brussels, Maastricht, Rotterdam, Madrid and New York. Borchert teaches art history at the universities of Aachen and Memphis (TN) and heads the Flemish Research Centre for the Arts in the Burgundian Netherlands.
Joshua P. Waterman studied art history at Oregon State University and received a Ph.D. from Princeton University for his dissertation on interrelations of literature and visual art of the Silesian Baroque. The proven expert on German art of the late medieval and early modern periods worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and was Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Currently he is a research associate at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg. He has collaborated on exhibitions in New York, Philadelphia, Cologne and Bruges.
reply to post by Stormdancer777
I Call BS
I'm willing to bet the ink wasn't even dry on this 'newly discovered' book.
How many 500 year old non-doom books are newly discovered. Doesn't happen.
And for around 100$ you can buy your own copy of this newly discoved book. www.amazon.com...edit on 27-1-2014 by VforVendettea because: (no reason given)
this makes me so curious, we talk about these natural phenomenon on the forum
“In the land of the Romans in the year 73 B.C., a golden ball was seen in the sky, which then came down to the Earth and rolled about and flew back up into the air again, in the direction of the rising sun, so that its great size covered up the sun completely. This was followed by the great Roman war.”
There was a topic resentfully about Orbs of light being precursors to earthquakes
Yes, they had colorful paint in the 1500's.
The whole purpose of a book is to protect it's contents, there are many examples of medieval manuscripts that have survived intact. I assume that this book was from a private collection and stored correctly before being rediscovered. Very nice.
...what do you mean by her, seriously don't know ?
reply to post by MissBeck
If your part of a group called paperbackswap, you can get the book for free if you have credits. I just wish listed the book. Pretty cool!!