Étiqueté : art hollandais

Appel à contribution : « Rembrandt and Genre », Herstmonceux Castle, Bader College of Queen’s University, 6-9 juillet 2023, date limite le 1er octobre 2022

International Colloquium at Bader College of Queen’s University, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK, 6–9 July 2023. Sponsored by Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, and Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, NL Organizing Committee: Stephanie Dickey, Professor and Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art, Queen’s University ; Wayne Franits, Distinguished Professor of Art History, Syracuse University ; Elmer Kolfin, Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Amsterdam ; David de Witt, Senior Curator, Museum het Rembrandthuis Rembrandt’s diverse achievements as painter, draftsman, printmaker,...

Parution : Abigail D. Newman, “Painting Flanders Abroad : Flemish Art and Artists in Seventeenth-Century Madrid”, Brill, Leyde, 2022

  In Painting Flanders Abroad: Flemish Art and Artists in Seventeenth-Century Madrid, Flemish immigrants and imported Flemish paintings cross the paths of Spanish kings, collectors, dealers, and artists in the Spanish court city, transforming the development and nature of seventeenth-century Spanish painting. Examining these Flemish transplants and the traces their interactions left in archival documents, collection inventories, art treatises, and most saliently Spanish “Golden Age” paintings, this book portrays Spanish society grappling with a long...

Parution : André Scala, “Pieter de Hooch. Un peintre à l’infinitif – Un peintre à l’infinitif”, Strasbourg, ATELIER CONT, 2022

Pieter de Hooch (1629-1684(? )), un parmi tant d’autres peintres du siècle d’or néerlandais, qui ont surgi, avec leur manière d’apparence tranquille, d’un peuple se libérant des Espagnols, menant guerre sur guerre ? : événement calme au milieu des turbulences. Les arts ont une existence fragile. Il dépend des caprices d’une époque qu’elle transforme les oeuvres dont elle hérite en objets de culture, en reportages sur les moeurs du passé, en manifestes d’une morale, en...

Séminaire du Collectif d’historiens de l’art de la Renaissance : Reindert Falkenburg, « Painting Bad : Rhyparography in Early 17th Century Dutch Art », Paris, Galerie Colbert/INHA, le 11 avril 2022, 18h00

Le Collectif d’historiens de l’art de la Renaissance a le plaisir de vous inviter à la septième séance de son séminaire de l’année universitaire 2021-2022 :   Lundi 11 avril 2022 – 18h-20h – Galerie Colbert/INHA, Paris Reindert Falkenburg (New York University Abu Dhabi) Painting Bad : Rhyparography in Early 17th Century Dutch Art Séance modérée par Michel Weemans (ENSA Bourges) La séance aura lieu en salle Vasari, Galerie Colbert/INHA, 2 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris et sera...

Parution : Marije Osnabrugge (dir.), « Questioning Pictorial Genres in Dutch Seventeenth-Century Art. Definitions, Artistic Practices, Market & Society », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

This volume embraces the complex and often messy reality of pictorial genres in seventeenth-century Dutch art, by examining how they were defined by artists, theorists, audiences and art historians, how they were part of artistic practices and developed within a specific societal and economic context. Church interiors, cortegaerdjes, scenes of everyday life, tronies, landscapes, spoockerijen, group portraits, bambocciate, hunting scenes, history paintings, sottoboschi, still lives and many other subjects: the wide variety of pictorial genres...

Conférence : Daantje Meuwissen, « Stratégies artistiques : les quatre portraits de Jan Gerritsz van Egmond », Paris, Auditorium du Louvre, 18 novembre 2021

En lien avec l’accrochage de la salle d’actualité du département des Objets d’art « Le Jugement dernier dans une noix de prière », où est actuellement présenté le portrait de Jan Gerritsz du musée du Louvre (jusqu’au 10 janvier 2022, aile Richelieu, 1er étage, salle 535). Du portrait de Jan Gerritsz van Egmond (? – 1523), quatre versions pratiquement identiques nous sont parvenues. Jan Gerritsz était une figure importante du comté de Hollande, en tant...

Exposition : « Facelifts & make-overs », La Haye, Mauritshuis, 7 octobre 2021-9 janvier 2022

Very few people know that there is a conservation studio in the Mauritshuis attic. A team of in-house conservators works there, dedicating their time to conservation, restoration and research and ensuring that the collection remains in top condition. In 2021 it will be some 25 years since the studio was installed in the attic. In Facelifts and Makeovers the most intriguing restorations of the past twenty years will be unveiled, including paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer,...

Exposition : « Clouds, Ice, and Bounty. The Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Collection of Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish Paintings », Washington, National Gallery, 17 octobre 2021-27 février 2022

Depicting a rich cross section of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish life and culture, this exhibition brings together 25 paintings acquired through the generosity of the Lee and Juliet Folger Fund over the past two decades, supplemented by one painting from Lee and Juliet Folger’s personal collection. Assembled with care and passion, the collection includes landscapes by Jacob van Ruisdael and Salomon van Ruysdael, winter scenes by Jan van Goyen and Adam van Breen, genre paintings...

Parution : Michael Zell, « Rembrandt, Vermeer, and the Gift in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art », Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2021

This book offers a new perspective on the art of the Dutch Golden Age by exploring the interaction between the gift’s symbolic economy of reciprocity and obligation and the artistic culture of early modern Holland. Gifts of art were pervasive in seventeenth-century Europe and many Dutch artists, like their counterparts elsewhere, embraced gift giving to cultivate relations with patrons, art lovers, and other members of their social networks. Rembrandt also created distinctive works to function...

Appel à contribution : « The Envy of some, the Fear of others, and the Wonder of all their Neighbours. Seventeenth-Century Foreign Insights on Dutch Art », Genève, Université de Genève, 17-19 mars 2022, date limite le 15 septembre 2021

In his Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands (1668), William Temple was commenting on the inhabitants that he met in the Dutch Republic during his diplomatic journey of 1668, but might it also reflect foreigners’ views on Dutch art ? During the opening conference of the research project « A Golden Age? Rethinking 17th-century Dutch painting, » funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (University of Geneva) in 2018, we sought to understand under what...

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