Étiqueté : Rubens

Conférence : Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, « Rubens, un Flamand européen, diplomate, humaniste », Paris, Centre Panthéon, 14 mai 2024

Dans le cadre des Conférences du mardi à Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, le Cycle 2023/2024, propose une 17e conférence sur Rubens, se tenant au Centre Panthéon, 12 place du panthéon, amphithéâtre 2B, entre 18h et 19h45, le mardi 14 mai. Il accueille Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, professeur à l’ENS. A propos des Mardis de l’Association des Historiens : Pour les arts en Europe, le XVIIe siècle fut un siècle propice. Quels furent les principaux foyers de cette floraison ?...

Exposition : “Il tocco di Pigmalione. Rubens e la scultura a Roma”, Rome, Galleria Borghese, du 14 novembre 2023 au 18 février 2024

Dal 14 novembre con la mostra Il tocco di Pigmalione. Rubens e la scultura a Roma, a cura di Francesca Cappelletti e Lucia Simonato, la Galleria Borghese inaugura la seconda tappa di RUBENS! La nascita di una pittura europea, un grande progetto realizzato in collaborazione con Fondazione Palazzo Te e Palazzo Ducale di Mantova che racconta i rapporti tra la cultura italiana e l’Europa attraverso gli occhi del Maestro della pittura barocca, e si inserisce...

Parution : Adam Sammut, “Rubens and the Dominican Church in Antwerp”, Leyde, Brill, 2023

This book is about the Dominican church in Antwerp (today St Paul’s). It is structured around three works of art, made or procured by Peter Paul Rubens: the Fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary cycle (in situ), Caravaggio’s Rosary Madonna (Vienna) and the Wrath of Christ high altarpiece (Lyon). Within the artist’s lifetime, the church and monastery were completely rebuilt, creating one of the most spectacular sacred spaces in Northern Europe. The author reconceptualises early modern churches as theatres of political economy,...

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...

Exposition : “Idols & Rivals, Artists in Competition”, Vienne, Kunsthistorisches Museum, du 20 septembre 2022 au 8 janvier 2023

With outstanding works by Dürer, Tintoretto, Sofonisba, Cellini, Rubens, Borromini and many more, the cultural autumn in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is launched. At the centre of the exhibition is the competition among the artists themselves, but also with famous models, above all Michelangelo. Numerous artistic confrontations from antiquity to the time around 1800 are traced and rival works are juxtaposed. Many of the selected paintings and sculptures will be on show in Austria for...

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...

Parution : J. Vanessa Lyon, « Figuring Faith and Female Power in the Art of Rubens », Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2020

Figuring Faith and Female Power in the Art of Rubens argues that the Baroque painter, propagandist, and diplomat, Peter Paul Rubens, was not only aware of rapidly shifting religious and cultural attitudes toward women, but actively engaged in shaping them. Today, Rubens’s paintings continue to be used — and abused — to prescribe and proscribe certain forms of femininity. Repositioning some of the artist’s best-known works within seventeenth-century Catholic theology and female court culture, this book...

Parution : Katlijne Van der Stighelen, Hans Vlieghe, « Portraits of Unidentified and Newly Identified Sitters Painted in Antwerp. Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard XIX.3 », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

This book, one of four devoted to Rubens’s portraiture, contains a catalogue of all the portraits of unidentified individuals attributed by Ludwig Burchard or by the authors to Rubens and executed in Antwerp. The volume thus complements the catalogue of all the portraits of known persons painted by Rubens in Antwerp, published in the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard as Part XIX.2 in 1987. A decade earlier the volume on the portraits painted by Rubens outside...

Parution : Nico van Hout, « Study Heads. Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, Part XX, 2 », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

This book is devoted to a remarkable aspect of Rubens’s painted production. It investigates and catalogues not only works that Ludwig Burchard (1886–1960) gathered into the category of ‘Study Heads’, but also head studies by artists closely connected to Rubens’s workshop which were demonstrably used in his paintings. The existence of a stock of study heads or tronies allowed Rubens and his collaborators to exploit the same figures in many different contexts and create satisfying...

Parution : Ben Van Beneden, Fred Meijer, Timothy De Paepe et Dirk Imhof, “From Titian to Rubens. Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemish Collections”, Gand, Snoeck, 2020

From Titian to Rubens – Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemisch Collections  In 2017 the Rubens House in Antwerp received two exceptional masterpieces on long-term loan from a private collection : the Vision of Saint Catherine, a painting that has meanwhile become known worldwide as `David Bowie’s Tintoretto’, and Portrait of a Lady and her Daughter, one of Titian’s rare double portraits of a woman and child. To mark the return of these two iconic...

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