Meaning of Netherlandish in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnɛðəˌlandɪʃ/


  • Relating to or characteristic of the Netherlands or its people.

    ‘the post-war generation of Netherlandish artists’
    • ‘He is traditionally credited with introducing into northern Italy the Netherlandish technique of oil painting.’
    • ‘The Netherlandish workshops flourished under the patronage of the dukes of Burgundy.’
    • ‘Although Brussels dominated high-quality production throughout the 16th century, many other South Netherlandish towns continued to produce tapestries of lesser quality.’
    • ‘His early portrait miniatures show Netherlandish influence.’
    • ‘Painting stands central in the canon of early Netherlandish art.’
    • ‘The Netherlandish altars were mass produced by a precise division of labour.’
    • ‘Mary is represented as an ordinary Netherlandish woman seated by the fireplace.’
    • ‘The exhibition arranged in the gallery features the Netherlandish art of the 15th and 16th centuries.’
    • ‘From 1490 he travelled widely, studying Netherlandish and Italian art.’
    • ‘His work is influenced by Netherlandish painting.’