Étiqueté : Europe du nord

Appel à contribution : « Community and Collaboration in Dutch and Flemish Art », Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 12 mars 2023, date limite le 1er février 2023

The Center for Netherlandish Art (CNA) seeks 20-minute papers from emerging scholars that critically and creatively engage with the theme of Community and Collaboration in Dutch and Flemish art from the long 17th century (circa 1560-1800), with a particular interest in topics that explore new methods or histories. Topics might include but are not limited to: Visualizations of artists’ studios and other spaces of cooperation; Physical and psychological isolation and exile within and beyond the...

Journée d’étude : « Knowledge, Network, and Society in the Age of Van Eyck », Gand, Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent, 16 décembre 2022

‘Knowledge, Network, and Society in the Age of Van Eyck’ is an interdisciplinary and hybrid workshop organised in collaboration with the Henri Pirenne Institute, the Museum of Fine Arts Ghent (MSK), Suermondt Ludwig Museum Aachen, Onderzoeksalliantie Stadsgeschiedenis UGent-VUB, Vrienden van het MSK and the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University. The event will take place in Ghent on 16 December. In this one-day workshop, young researchers and established academics will shed their light...

Conférence : Stephan Kemperdick, « Hugo van der Goes and Pictorial Logic », Florence, Palazzo Grifoni Budini Gattai, 1er décembre 2022

Hugo van der Goes is certainly the most important Netherlandish artist of the second half of the 15th century, whose works were coveted by members of the court as well as by the civic elite, ranging from Archduke Maximilian of Austria to the rich Florentine merchant Tomaso Portinari. His inventions and re-formulations of standard themes of Christian iconography became a source of inspiration for generations of artists. Starting in 1467, Hugo worked as a master...

Exposition : « From the Collector’s Cabinet. Dutch Drawings », Los Angeles, The Getty Center, 11 octobre 2022-13 janvier 2023

An exhibition of Dutch drawings including figure studies by Rembrandt van Rijn and Ferdinand Bol, rare landscapes by Cornelis Vroom and Jacques de Gheyn II, and botanicals by Maria Sibylla Merian and Jacob Marrel. Featuring over 30 drawings that are new to the collection, many of these artworks have never been shown at the Getty Museum. Source

Appel à contribution : « Mazarin et les pays du Nord », Versailles, Château de Versailles, 22-24 juin 2023, date limite le 15 septembre 2022

Formé par les Barberini, s’affichant Romain dans sa propagande, Mazarin cultiva ses liens méridionaux ainsi que l’a montré le précédent colloque Mazarin, Rome et l’Italie (Bibliothèque Mazarine-Ecole nationale des chartes, mai 2017, publié aux PURH, 2 vol. , 2021-2022). Le cardinal fut aussi un homme du Nord, dans l’ordre politique comme dans l’ordre culturel, c’est ce que cherchera à montrer ce nouveau colloque. Dans l’ordre politique, sa lutte contre les Habsbourg impliqua l’Europe nordique (traité de...

Parution : Léonie Marquaille (dir.), « New Perspectives on Abraham Bloemaert and his Workshop », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

The essays collected in this volume are devoted to the Utrecht painter Abraham Bloemaert. The artist has received considerable scholarly attention following the publication of the catalogue raisonné of his paintings and, more recently, of his drawings, particularly in connection with the major exhibition The Bloemaert Effect (2012, Utrecht & Schwerin). This publication examines Abraham Bloemaert as a universal artist while it also aims to better understand his contribution towards the development of new iconographic...

Exposition : « Fake News & Lying Pictures. Political Prints in the Dutch Republic », Urbana Champaign, Kranner Art Museum, 25 août-17 décembre 2022

Comedians, editorial cartoons, and memes harness the power of satire, parody, and hyperbole to provoke laughter, indignation—even action. These forms of expression are usually traced to eighteenth-century artists, such as William Hogarth, but they are grounded in the unprecedented freedom of artistic expression in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic. This exhibition explores the myriad and complex visual strategies early modern printmakers in the United Provinces used to memorialize historical events, lionize and demonize domestic and international...

Parution : Michael W. Kwakkelstein, « Anatomical Studies », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

The central theme of Rubens’s paintings is the human figure, often represented nude or partially clothed and involved in dramatic action. As a history painter, Rubens’s acclaimed skill in rendering the human body whether male or female, lean or fleshy, mature in years or young, animated or lifeless, vigorous or diseased, heroic or cowering, sensuous or decrepit, idealised or blemished and imperfect enabled him to vie with the greatest artists ever known, while creating increasing...

Exposition : « The Renaissance in the North: New Prints and Perspectives », Washington, National Gallery of Art, 3 juillet-27 novembre 2022

The region of northern Europe today known as Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, and the Netherlands experienced momentous social, political, and artistic transformation from 1450 through the early 1600s, a time now called the Northern Renaissance. Rare prints by Albrecht Dürer, Hendrick Goltzius, and other influential artists are shown alongside engravings, etchings, and woodcuts by other highly talented but less familiar figures, such as Erhard Schön and Jan Sadeler I. This visual feast of works recently added...

Conférence : Lucas Vanhevel, « Mushrooms in the Autumn of the Middle Ages. On the mushroom details in the Berlin Middelburg Altarpiece and associated Early Netherlandish Nativity pieces, 1448–1530 », Berlin, Kulturforum Berlin, 11 juillet 2022, 16h

Rogier Van Der Weyden’s Middelburg Altarpiece, now at the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin, features a tiny detail that escaped centuries of observation and research: fifteen small mushrooms on the roof of the nativity manger, clustered in two groups mirrored equidistantly over the central axis of the central panel. In his presentation, Lucas Vanhevel documents the repeated occurrence of this tiny visual motif in Early Netherlandish Nativity paintings between 1448 and 1530, and investigates the possible reasons...

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