Matthias Waschek and Sophie Beckhouche.
From the museum website, 10 March 2009
The duchy of Brabant, in the Low Countries, enjoyed a flourish of artistic activity during the late Middle Ages. The wealthy cities of Brabant, particularly Brussels and Antwerp, were major centers for altarpiece production, which was strictly regulated and widely distributed throughout Europe. Hundreds of multicolored sculpted wood altarpieces with painted panels were thus created during the 15th and 16th centuries. This symposium gives a broader and more accurate view of the art of altarpieces from Brabant and paves the way for further study on the altarpieces of Northern Europe.
Retables brabançons des XVe et XVIe siècles: actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 18 et 19 mai 2001
Sophie Guillot de Suduiraut and Sandrine Pagès-Camagna, editors, with contributions by them and Annick Born, Bodo Buczynski, Agnès Cascio, Ria De Boodt, Claire Dumortier, Aubert Gérard, Anne Gérard-Bendelé, Judith Kagan, Manfred Koller, Harmut Krohm, Catherine Lavier, Juliette Lévy, Emmanuelle Mercier, Catheline Périer-D’Ieteren, Jana Sanyova, Myriam Serck-Dewaide, Cécile Ullmann, Matthias Weniger, William Whitney and Kim W. Woods
Proceedings of a symposium held in 2001 in Paris (Musée du Louvre)
670 pp., 24 x 16 cm., 292 illustrations in black and white
Paris (La Documentation française) 2002
ISBN 2-11-005265-1 (paperbound)