Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art / Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 64 (2014)

Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp

Edited by Christine Göttler, Bart Ramakers and Joanna Woodall

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December 2014
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Edited by Ethan Matt Kavaler, Frits Scholten and Joanna Woodall

The eleven essays in this volume offer the most complete and accurate overview of Netherlandish 16th-century sculpture to date.
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67
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9789004360730
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December 2017
€130,00
$154.00

Edited by Thijs Weststeijn, Eric Jorink and Frits Scholten

This NKJ volume breaks new ground in applying the aims and approaches of global art history to the Low Countries. From Greenland to South Africa and Mexico to Sri Lanka, it explores how Netherlandish art testifies to the interconnectedness of the Early Modern world.
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66
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9789004334977
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November 2016
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Edited by H. Perry Chapman, Frits Scholten and Joanna Woodall

Volume 65 of the NKJ is devoted to the display of art within the visual culture of the Netherlands. The volume contains articles that examine and conceptualize the history, meaning and techniques of exhibiting works of art in the Low Countries from the early modern period to the present. The...
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65
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9789004295582
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December 2015
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Edited by Frits Scholten, Joanna Woodall and Dulcia Meijers

Many Netherlandish artists spread all over Europe and a remarkable number among them achieved great fame and exerted considerable influence on the artistic production of their time. Nevertheless most of them sank into oblivion soon after they died. Dutch art history neglected them for a long time...
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63
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ISBN: 
9789004270534
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August 2014
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Edited by Ann-Sophie Lehmann, Frits Scholten, Perry Chapman

This volume of the Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek highlights important links between visual and material culture. The essays written by a number of international, renowned scholars approach a variety of materials in their particular historical, cultural and technological settings, uncovering...
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62
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9789004261396
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December 2013
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Edited by Eric Jorink & Bart Ramakers

The early modern age saw a flourishing of the arts, but also of the sciences, first in the southern Netherlands and later also in the Dutch republic. This volume of the NKJ is dedicated to the rich and complex relationships between both fields in the early modern Netherlands.
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61
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9789040078088
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January 2011
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Edited by Stephanie S. Dickey & Herman Roodenburg

Emotional intensity is a hallmark of European art in the Baroque era, and Dutch and Flemish art are no exception. NKJ volume 60 is the first collection of essays to examine this fascinating aspect of visual culture in the early modern Netherlands.
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60
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9789040077241
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January 2010
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Edited by H. Perry Chapman & Joanna Woodall

This volume is concerned with images and discourses of the artist in the Netherlands from the late 15th century until the mid 17th century, when the relationship between a community of craftsman and elite individuals, between consciousness of a native tradition and membership of international...
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59
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9789040076831
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January 2010
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Edited by Ann-Sophie Lehmann & Herman Roodenburg

This book covers the body and embodiment in Dutch visual art from 1450-1700. Portrayals of the body as we come across them in paintings, drawings and sculpture of the period are explored from recent art and cultural history perspectives in a succession of informative chapters. Among the themes...
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58
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Hardback
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9789040084188
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January 2008
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Edited by Eveline Koolhaas-Grosfeld, Dulcia Meijers, Herman Roodenburg & Frits Scholten

In this volume the general underlying question of how Louis Napolean gave form to the 'national kingship' he advocated is answered on the basis of much new source material. Topics covered include national art and decorative arts exhibitions, order of knights, modernisation plans for Amsterdam,...
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56/57
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9789040082993
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January 2007
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