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K. Brosens, L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen (eds.)

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ISBN 10: 2503542271 ISBN 13: 9782503542270

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About this Item: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Softcover. Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy Museums at the Crossroads (MAC 23) Family Ties Art Production and Kinship Patterns in the Early Modern Low Countries K. Brosens, L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen (eds.) 239 p., 150 b/w ill., 210 x 297 mm, 2012 ISBN: 978-2-503-54227-0 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. This book sets out to show ways in which the extended family, as an institution, has done much to define both the production and distribution of art in the early modern Low Countries. It focusses on subjects as varied as education, investment, accommodation, cooperation, competition, productivity and management. Table of Contents: Hessel Miedema, Kinship and Network in Karel van Mander; Axel Marx, Why Social Network Analysis Might Be Relevant for Art Historians: a Management Perspective; Koenraad Brosens, Can Tapestry Research Benefit from Economic Sociology and Social Network Analysis?; Neil De Marchi and Hans J. Van Miegroet, Uncertainty, Family Ties and Derivative Painting in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp; Rudi Ekkart, Dutch Family Ties: Painter Families in Seventeenth-Century Holland; Brecht Dewilde, On Noble Artists and Poor Painters: Networking Artists in Renaissance Bruges; Natasja Peeters, From Nicolaas to Constantijn: the Francken Family and their Rich Artistic Heritage (c. 1550-1717); Miroslav Kindl, The De Herdt (De Harde) Family in the Service of Emperor Leopold in Vienna; Nils Büttner, Rubens & Son; Jeremy Howarth, The Steenwyck Paintings, Products of Family Enterprise; Hans Vlieghe, Going their Separate Ways: the Artistic Inclinations and Paths of David Teniers I, II and III; Prisca Valkeneers, Justus van Egmont (1602-1674) and his Workshop in Paris; Bert Timmermans, 'Siet wat een vrucht dat baert hen kercken te vercieren'. Family, Agency and Networks of Patronage: towards a Mapping of the Revival of the Family Chapel in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp; Alison Stoesser, Lucas and Cornelis de Wael: their Family Network in Antwerp and Beyond. Buch. Seller Inventory # 6808

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L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen, K. Brosens (eds.)

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ISBN 10: 250354228X ISBN 13: 9782503542287

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About this Item: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Softcover. Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy Museums at the Crossroads (MAC 24) Embracing Brussels Art and Culture in the Court City, 1600-1800 L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen, K. Brosens (eds.) 277 p., 120 b/w ill., + CD, 210 x 297 mm, 2013 ISBN: 978-2-503-54228-7 Languages: English, French, Dutch Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 75,00 The aim of this publication is to reconsider the art-historical position of Brussels as a major hub of activity and place of residence for courtiers and artists alike with focus on matters as diverse as literature, music, housing, and the guild system, besides which aspects of the art trade, style differentiation and case studies relating to individual artists will be discussed. It would appear that 'Flemish Baroque' has come to be regarded as synonymous with 'Antwerp Baroque'. The aim of this publication on art and art production in Brussels in the period 1600-1800 is to reconsider the art-historical position of Brussels as a major hub of activity and place of residence for courtiers and artists alike. Attention will focus on matters as diverse as literature, music, housing, and the guild system, besides which aspects of the art trade, style differentiation and case studies relating to individual artists will be discussed. In the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, the Habsburg Court was viewed as the supreme creative centre, where systems of symbols were forged and propagated that were designed to display both the artist's craftsmanship and the ruler's piety. I. The Context of The City, Veerle De Laet, At home in seventeenth-century Brussels. Patterns of art and luxury consumption, Harald Deceulaer, Fashion, innovation and regional distribution. The clothing trades in Brussels, sixteenth-eighteenth centuries, Karel Porteman, A few literary-historical vedute of seventeenth-century Brussels, Maartje De Wilde, De lokroep van de nachtegaal: wereldlijke liedboeken uit het zeventiende-eeuwse Brussel II. Art Production & Art Dealing, Elisabeth Bruyns, L'encadrement des peintures à Bruxelles au dix-septième siècle,Beatrijs Wolters van der Wey,'A la recherche du temps passé'. Het belang van contextualisering voor de interpretatie van zeventiende-eeuwse Brusselse ambachts- en gildeportretten, Eelco Nagelsmit, Miracles made to measure: Theodoor van Loon's altarpieces for the Brussels Grand Beguinage, Dries Lyna, 'La peinture ne flattoit plus les personnes'. Private collections of paintings in eighteenth-century Brussels III. The Context of The Court, Piet Stryckers, Music and music production in seventeenth-century Brussels, Leen Kelchtermans, Adellijke promotie verbeeld: Peter Snayers' portretten van Alexandre Hippolythe de Bournonville voor zijn Brusselse stadspaleis, Jean-Philippe Huys, Contribution à l'art de cour à Bruxelles autour de 1700. Notes sur des artistes au service de l'électeur Maximilien II Emmanuel de Bavière IV. Some Interesting Cases, Pierre-Yves Kairis, Bruxelles - Liège et retour dans la peinture du dix-septième siècle, Koenraad Brosens en Guy Delmarcel, Landschappen met jachttaferelen door Norbert Van Bloemen en Pieter Rysbrack (c. 1700). Brusselse wandtapijten 'à l'anversoise', Leen Kelchtermans, Brussel - Leeuwarden: nieuwe gegevens over de Brusselse schilders Lancelot en Louis Volders. Buch. Seller Inventory # 7707

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K. Brosens, L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen (eds.)

Published by Brepols, Turnhout (2012)

ISBN 10: 2503542271 ISBN 13: 9782503542270

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About this Item: Brepols, Turnhout, 2012. Couverture souple. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Edition originale. Museums at the Crossroads (MAC) Family Ties Art Production and Kinship Patterns in the Early Modern Low Countries K. Brosens, L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen (eds.) 239 p., 150 b/w ill., 210 x 297 mm, 2012 ISBN: 978-2-503-54227-0 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EURO 98,00.- Table of Contents: Hessel Miedema, Kinship and Network in Karel van Mander; Axel Marx, Why Social Network Analysis Might Be Relevant for Art Historians: a Management Perspective; Koenraad Brosens, Can Tapestry Research Benefit from Economic Sociology and Social Network Analysis?; Neil De Marchi and Hans J. Van Miegroet, Uncertainty, Family Ties and Derivative Painting in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp; Rudi Ekkart, Dutch Family Ties: Painter Families in Seventeenth-Century Holland; Brecht Dewilde, On Noble Artists and Poor Painters: Networking Artists in Renaissance Bruges; Natasja Peeters, From Nicolaas to Constantijn: the Francken Family and their Rich Artistic Heritage (c. 1550¿1717); Miroslav Kindl, The De Herdt (De Harde) Family in the Service of Emperor Leopold in Vienna; Nils Büttner, Rubens & Son; Jeremy Howarth, The Steenwyck Paintings, Products of Family Enterprise; Hans Vlieghe, Going their Separate Ways: the Artistic Inclinations and Paths of David Teniers I, II and III; Prisca Valkeneers, Justus van Egmont (1602¿1674) and his Workshop in Paris; Bert Timmermans, ¿Siet wat een vrucht dat baert hen kercken te vercieren¿. Family, Agency and Networks of Patronage: towards a Mapping of the Revival of the Family Chapel in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp; Alison Stoesser, Lucas and Cornelis de Wael: their Family Network in Antwerp and Beyond language : english text. Seller Inventory # 006445

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L. Kelchtermans, K. Van der Stighelen, K. Brosens (eds.)

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About this Item: Brepols Publishers 2013, 2013. Paperback, 280 p., 120 b/w ill., CD, 210 x 297 mm, Languages: English. ISBN 9782503542287. It would appear that ?Flemish Baroque? has come to be regarded as synonymous with ?Antwerp Baroque? The aim of this publication on art and art production in Brussels in the period 1600?1800 is to reconsider the art-historical position of Brussels as a major hub of activity and place of residence for courtiers and artists alike. Attention will focus on matters as diverse as literature, music, housing, and the guild system, besides which aspects of the art trade, style differentiation and case studies relating to individual artists will be discussed. In the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, the Habsburg Court was viewed as the supreme creative centre, where systems of symbols were forged and propagated that were designed to display both the artist?s craftsmanship and the ruler?s piety. I. The Context of The City, Veerle De Laet, At home in seventeenth-century Brussels. Patterns of art and luxury consumption, Harald Deceulaer, Fashion, innovation and regional distribution. The clothing trades in Brussels, sixteenth?eighteenth centuries, Karel Porteman, A few literary-historical vedute of seventeenth-century Brussels, Maartje De Wilde, De lokroep van de nachtegaal: wereldlijke liedboeken uit het zeventiende-eeuwse Brussel. II. Art Production 0 g. Seller Inventory # 42106

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