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H. Perry Chapman, Thijs Weststeijn, Dulcia Meijers,Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 69 (2019
Dulcia Meijers H. Perry Chapman Thijs Weststeijn
Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 69 (2019
Connoisseurship and the Knowledge of Art
Netherlands yearbook for history of art / nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek 69
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Connoisseurship ? once foundational, then controversial, and currently critically reconsidered ? is fundamentally about knowledge. Focusing on the distinctive history of the connoisseurship of Netherlandish art, this volume investigates early modern connoisseurship as revealed through pictorial practice, texts, and pictures featuring art lovers. An interplay between possessing and knowing about art emerges in the collecting of Chinese porcelain in the eighteenth century. With the professionalization of art criticism in the nineteenth century, Rembrandt?s art becomes a locus of scrutiny. In the twentieth century, the introduction of scientific data complicates the art historian?s expertise, whereas the case of Mondrian shows how modernist criticism and connoisseurship are intricately interwoven. Finally, persisting tensions between connoisseurship, authorship, and the market are brought to the fore.

Table of Contents
1. H. Perry Chapman, Thijs Weststeijn, Connoisseurship as knowledge. An introduction
2. E. Melanie Gifford, Pieter Bruegel?s afterlife. A visual metaphor in seventeenth-century landscape
3. Jan Blanc, Mettre des mots sur l?art. Peintres et connaisseurs dans la théorie de l?art française et néerlandaise du XVIIe siècle
4. Alexander Marr, Ingenuity and discernment in The cabinet of Cornelis van der Geest (1628)
5. Tiarna Doherty, Painting connoisseurship. Liefhebbers in the studio
6. Angela Ho, Exotic and exclusive. The Pronk porcelain as products for the connoisseur
7. Antoinette Friedenthal, John Smith?s Rembrandt research project. An art dealer establishes the first catalogue raisonné of the paintings (1836)
8. Catherine B. Scallen, Rembrandt print connoisseurship, Sir Francis Seymour Haden, and the etching revival of the nineteenth century
9. Suzanne Laemers, In de voetsporen van Max Friedländer. Een pleidooi voor het kennerschap aan de hand van het Werlaltaarstuk
10. Marek Wieczorek, Greenberg?s connoisseurship in Mondrian?s space
11. Anne-Sophie V.E. Radermecker, The market reception of ?new connoisseurship?. The impact of recent advances in art scholarship on the selling and buying of early Flemish paintings



Taal / Language : English

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Netherlands yearbook for history of art / nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek 69
Hardback
372 pagina's
December 2019
1455 gram
269 x 204 x 30 mm
EAN: 9789004409163
Brill

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