Van Eyck

Van Eyck (or van Eyck), also Van Eijk (or van Eijk) is a Dutch surname meaning "of Eyck" or "of Eijk" (literal translation "of the Oak tree"). Several important families and persons had this surname:

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Tolstoj Quadrangle - Structure
... between the massifs of the Caloris Montes Formation and the lineated facies of the Van Eyck Formation ... The Van Eyck Formation is characterized by an extensive radial ridge-and-valley system with minor concentric scarps and lineaments ... for the most part as gouges and depositional plumes from secondary cratering within the Van Eyck the remarkably straight ridges and steep walls, however, suggest formation by fracturing ...
Van Eyck - Other People
... Van Eyck may also refer to Jacob van Eyck, Dutch musician and composer of the 17th century, best known for his extensive collection of solo pieces for the ... Gaspard van Eyck, 17th century Flemish painter ... Nicolaas van Eyck, 17th century Flemish painter of soldiers and horsemen ...
Annunciation (van Eyck, Washington) - Painting Technique
... by modern technical methods such as infrared reflectograms, has revealed much about van Eyck's technique here, which is consistent with other works of his such ... Van Eyck's superb oil painting technique is evident throughout ... In a shadowy area behind the stool van Eyck worked a glaze with his fingers ...
Lucca Madonna (van Eyck)
... Madonna is an 1436 oil painting of the Madonna and Child by the Early Netherlandish master Jan van Eyck ... It is one of the latest works by Jan van Eyck ... has been identified as a portrait of the painters's wife, Margaretha, of whom van Eyck also made a secular portrait ...
Structuralism (architecture) - Further Configurations – Aesthetics of Number
... The term "aesthetics of number" is introduced by Aldo van Eyck in the architectural magazine Forum 7/1959 ... In his article van Eyck showed two works of art a structuralist painting by the contemporary artist Richard Paul Lohse and a Kuba textile (Bakuba tissue) by an African ... Orphanage in Amsterdam, "Aesthetics of Number", 1960 (Aldo van Eyck) Leicester University Engineering Building, 1963 (Stirling-Gowan) Salk Institute in La Jolla California, 1965 (Louis Kahn) Office building ...

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