Étiqueté : Anthony Van Dyck

Parution : D. van Heesch, S. Van Ooteghem, J. Van Grieken, « Bruegel and Beyond. Netherlandish Drawings in the Royal Library of Belgium, 1500-1800 », Yale University Press, 2023

The Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels houses the largest collection of drawings in the country. Among its highlights are works by leading artists of the Low Countries, including Pieter Bruegel I, Joris Hoefnagel, Hendrick Goltzius, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, and Jacques Jordaens. As the library’s collection has been little studied up to now, it is largely unknown to scholars and the general public. To acquaint a wider audience with these important works...

Parution : Adam Eaker, “Van Dyck and the Making of English Portraiture”, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2022

    A new account of painting in early modern England centered on the art and legacy of Anthony van Dyck As a courtier, figure of fashion, and object of erotic fascination, Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) transformed the professional identities available to English artists. By making his portrait sittings into a form of courtly spectacle, Van Dyck inspired poets and playwrights at the same time that he offended guardians of traditional hierarchies. A self-consciously Van...

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