Étiqueté : Art d’Europe du nord

Appel à publication : « Art and Death in the Netherlands », Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art, vol 72, 2021, date limite le 15 avril

In premodern times, death was a more visible phenomenon than now, due to high mortality rates, but also to the fact that dying and death and the subsequent phases of deposition, bereavement and remembrance – more so than today – were collectively experienced, publicly performed, and commemorated in enduring monuments. Remembrance was held to extend into perpetuity, on personal grounds of love and affection, and for political and religious reasons, the latter normatively being related...

Parution : Emmanuelle Mercier, et al., « Flesh, Gold and Wood. The Saint-Denis altarpiece in Liège and the question of partial paint practices in the 16th Century », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

The impressive altarpiece in the church of Saint-Denis in Liège is one of the most prestigious but also one of the most enigmatic witnesses to the rich Brabantine altarpiece production at the end of the Middle Ages. The interdisciplinary study carried out during its restoration at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) in Brussels between 2012 and 2014 allowed to resolve some of the questions involved and to propose new refreshing hypotheses. The attribution...

Exposition : « Sensing the Unseen. Step into Gossaert’s ‘Adoration’ », Londres, National Gallery, 20 décembre 2020-28 février 2021

Take your first step into Jan Gossaert’s world of intricate detail, technical mastery and rich meaning in a new Gallery experience where you’ll be surrounded by the sights and sounds of his 500-year-old masterpiece. In ‘The Adoration of the Kings’, Gossaert has compressed time and space into a richly detailed, imagined setting where some elements of this familiar Christian scene are immediately clear and others are hidden for us to discover: the weave of fabric, Gossaert’s fingerprint in the green glaze where he blotted it with his hand, thistles and dead nettles, hairs sprouting from a wart on a cheek, a tiny pearl, a hidden angel… To help you uncover...

Parution : James Hutson, « Gallucci’s Commentary on Dürer’s ‘Four Books on Human Proportion’: Renaissance Proportion Theory », Open Book Publishers, 2020

In 1591, Giovanni Paolo Gallucci published his Della simmetria dei corpi humani, an Italian translation of Albrecht Dürer’s Four Books on Human Proportion. While Dürer’s treatise had been translated earlier in the sixteenth-century into French and Latin, it was Gallucci’s Italian translation that endured in popularity as the most cited version of the text in later Baroque treatises, covering topics that were seen as central to arts education, connoisseurship, patronage, and the wider appreciation of...

Parution : P. Bokody, A. Nagel (eds.), « Renaissance Meta-Painting », Brepols, 2019.

The volume offers an overview of meta-pictorial tendencies in book illumination, mural and panel painting during the Italian and Northern Renaissance. It examines visual forms of self-awareness in the changing context of Latin Christianity and claims the central role of the Renaissance in the establishment of the modern condition of art. Meta-painting refers to the ways in which artworks playfully reveal or critically expose their own fictiveness, and is considered a constitutive aspect of Western...

Colloque : « Lumières sacrées, lumières profanes », Paris, INHA, 18-19 décembre 2019

ED441 Histoire de l’art / HiCSA avec le soutien de la Commission recherche du Conseil académique de l’université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Lumières sacrées, lumières profanes 18-19 décembre 2019 Galerie Colbert, Salle Vasari sous la responsabilité scientifique de Colette Nativel La dialectique de la lumière et de l’ombre est, dès l’Antiquité, associée non seulement à la représentation, mais aussi à l’origine de la création artistique et de la réflexion sur l’Art (mythe de la Caverne, mythe...

Exposition : « Vento dal Nord. Dipinti e stampe di artisti nordici in Italia, dal XV al XVII secolo », Arezzo, Fondazione Ivan Bruschi, jusqu’au 15 septembre 2019

Con l’occasione della terza edizione del Summer Course dedicata al collezionismo di stampe nordiche presenti nelle collezioni Italiane e organizzata dalla Associazione Art in Tuscany Residence Study Center, la Fondazione Ivan Bruschi, sede del corso, vuole omaggiare la massiccia presenza di artisti stranieri nel nostro paese dal Rinascimento al Barocco con una mostra di opere a soggetto sacro e profano nelle belle sale espositive della Casa Museo dell’Antiquariato Ivan Bruschi di Arezzo a cura della Dott.ssa Alessandra Baroni Vannucci....

Parution: Elizabeth Sutton « Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700 » Amsterdam University Press

Parution: « Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700 »,  écrit par Elizabeth Sutton, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 22 – 07 – 2019 This essay collection features innovative scholarship on women artists and patrons in the Netherlands 1500-1700. Covering painting, printmaking, and patronage, authors highlight the contributions of women art makers in the Netherlands, showing that women were prominent as creators in their own time and deserve to be recognized as such today....

Parution: Marije Osnabrugge « The Neapolitan Lives and Careers of Netherlandish Immigrant Painters (1575-1655) » Amsterdam University Press

Parution: « The Neapolitan Lives and Careers of Netherlandish Immigrant Painters (1575-1655) »,  écrit par Marije Osnabrugge, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 29 – 04 – 2019 The seventeenth century was a time of exceptional mobility for Netherlandish artists. This mobility had a profound impact on artistic developments, stimulating innovation and creativity in the Netherlands as well as abroad. Whereas most artists undertook a relatively short study trip, others decided to settle down and shape...

Parution: Elisabeth Berry Drago, « Painted Alchemists – Early Modern Artistry and Experiment in the Work of Thomas Wijck », publication 08 – 04 – 2019

Parution: « Painted Alchemists – Early Modern Artistry and Experiment in the Work of Thomas Wijck »,  écrit par Elisabeth Berry Drago, publié par Amsterdam University Press, date de publication 08 – 04 – 2019 Présentation: Thomas Wijck’s painted alchemical laboratories were celebrated in his day as « artful » and « ingenious. » They fell into obscurity along with their subject, as alchemy came to be viewed as an occult art or a fool’s errand. But these unusual pictures challenge...

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