A Portrait of Antwerp

A Portrait of Antwerp

A centre of art, thought and commerce Antwerp, at the heart of world commerce for five centuries, was one of the richest and most populous cities in Europe during the Renaissance. Thus is not surprising that the Metropolis was not only the centre of humanism and of baroque art but also the crucible of the Reformation. Numerous buildings and works of art have been beautifully photographed especially for this book as evidence of this eventful epoch, the consequences of which continue into modern times. Text in English, French, Dutch and German

  • Ref. 230
  • Size 25x34
  • 134 images
  • Weight 1,61 kg
  • 148 pages
  • ISBN 9789074847230