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Appel à contribution : « On Failure: Error and Defeat in Netherlandish Art, 1500-now », Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboeck, vol. 76, date limite le 15 mars 2024

The seventeenth century has long been understood as a period of extraordinary economic growth and cultural, scientific and geographic expansion, a model for success that once was given the title of Golden Age. To foreign visitors, the Dutch were exemplary nation builders brimming with optimism, which was manifested in portraits of ambitious burghers, landscapes showing land reclamation, and seascapes featuring victorious war fleets. These are some of the ways in which people articulated success. The...

Exposition : « Collectors’ Dreams – Glorious Moments in Netherlandish Baroque Art », Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, 26 mai 2023-21 avril 2024

“Collectors are happy people” is the last line of the short story The Invisible Collection (1925) by Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. This exhibition illustrates the happiness of collectors. For the first time ever, Collectors’ Dreams shows a marvelous German private collection brimming with star painters of the seventeenth-century Netherlandish art world. Starting in 1970, the collection was assembled over three decades through shrewd purchases on the international art market. The collection was recently entrusted on permanent loan to the...

Exposition : « Par-delà Rembrandt, estampes du siècle d’or néerlandais », Chantilly, Musée Condé, 14 octobre 2023-25 février 2024

PAR-DELÀ REMBRANDT, ESTAMPES DU SIÈCLE D’OR NÉERLANDAIS Le musée Condé présente une partie totalement inédite de ses collections à l’occasion de sa saison néerlandaise. Illustre amateur d’estampes, le duc d’Aumale a réuni une collection de gravures au burin ou d’eaux fortes qui témoigne du fait que Rembrandt est loin d’être le seul artiste à avoir fait preuve de brio dans ce domaine. Sommets de virtuosité technique, les paysages gravés par Jacob Van Ruisdael, les scènes...

Exposition : « Rembrandt and Love », Amsterdam, Museum Rembrandthuis, 1er juillet-16 septembre 2023

Rembrandt is known as a passionate man. But do you see that reflected in his etchings? In the summer exhibition Rembrandt and Love you’ll look at love through Rembrandt’s eyes: from dramatic love to parental love, from charity to love for animals. Of course, Rembrandt’s own love life will also be featured: the artist immortalized his first great love, Saskia Uylenburgh, on the etching plate more than once. Rembrandt and Love will show more than...

Journées d’étude : « Hugo van der Goes », Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, 14-15 juillet 2023

Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440-1482/83) was one of the most important European painters of the early modern period. His monumental, emotionally expressive, yet also intimate depictions are among the highlights of their respective collections. Yet unlike most other great artists of his era, no mnographic exhibition has ever been dedicated to this Flemish master. The Berlin Gemäldegalerie has now brought together the majority of his surviving works for the first time. To mark the...

Parution : Larry Silver, « Art and Dis-illusion in the Long Sixteenth Century », Leyde, Brill, 2023

Whereas entire libraries discuss the religious and political history of the sixteenth century in Northern Europe, focused on the Reformation and the rise of nation-states, Larry Silver uniquely traces the dramatic, even traumatic changes of the Reformation era discernible in the visual arts, especially paintings and the new medium of prints. Among the subjects and themes he explores are the destruction of church images, witchcraft, reactions to new voyages of exploration, and issues of vision...

Parution : Bart Ramakers, Edward H. Wouk (dir.), « Art and Death in The Netherlands 1400-1800 », Leyde, Brill, 2022

In premodern times, death was a more visible phenomenon than now owing to the ways in which dying and the subsequent phases of burial, bereavement, and remembrance were collectively experienced and publicly performed, and commemorated in objects and monuments. This volume of the Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art offers a diverse collection of essays on works of art, permanent or ephemeral, related to dying and cultural experiences of death, interment, and memorialisation in the...

Appel à contribution : « Making, Collecting, and Understanding Dutch and Flemish Drawings 1500-1800 », Amsterdam, 1er-2 juin 2023, date limite le 1er mars 2023

An international symposium celebrating Old Master Drawings on the occasion of the exhibition “The Art of Drawing: Master Drawings from the Age of Rembrandt in the Peck Collection at the Ackland Art Museum,” on view at the Rembrandt House Museum (18 March – 11 June, 2023) Research in early modern Dutch and Flemish drawings touches on a wide variety of issues, including the study of materials and techniques; issues of attribution and oeuvre cataloging; and...

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...

Parution : Renaud Adam, Rosa De Marco, Malcolm Walsby (dir.), « Books and Prints at the Heart of the Catholic Reformation in the Low Countries (16th–17th centuries) », Leyde, Brill, 2022

Often considered the advent of mass media, the use of books and prints by Protestants has been widely studied and has generated a rich and plentiful bibliography. In contrast, the production and use of the same media by the proponents of the Counter-Reformation have not received the attention they deserve, especially in the context of the Low Countries. The twelve chapters in this volume provide new perspectives on the efficacy of the handpress book industry...

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