Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art / Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 64 (2014): Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp
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InhaltsverzeichnisTable of Contents
Christine Gottler, Bart Ramakers & Joanna Woodall, Introduction
Joanna Woodall, "De wisselaer". Quentin Matsys's Man weighing gold coins and his wife, 1514 Arjan van Dixhoorn, The values of Antwerp and the prosperity of Belgica. Political economy in "Guicciardini's Descrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi" (1567)
Hubert Meeus, Printing vernacular translations in sixteenth-century Antwerp Sven Dupre, The value of glass and the translation of artisanal knowledge in early modern Antwerp
Inneke Baatsen, Bruno Blonde & Julie De Groot, The kitchen between representation and everyday experience. The case of sixteenth-century Antwerp Koenraad Jonckheere, An allegory of artistic choice in times of trouble. Pieter Bruegel's "Tower of Babel"
Christine Gottler, Wit in painting, color in words. Gillis Mostaert's depictions of fires
Stephanie Porras, Copies, cannibals and conquerors. Maarten de Vos's "The big fish eat the small" Ralph Dekoninck, A graphic Koine for a new religious value. The visual translatability of the "Evangelicae Historiae Imagines" Bart Ramakers, Sophonisba's Dress. Costume, tragedy and value on the Antwerp Stage (c. 1615-1630) Raingard Esser, The diamond of the Netherlands. Histories of Antwerp in the seventeenth century
Sarah Joan Moran, The right hand of Pictura's perfection. Cornelis de Bie's "Het gulden cabinet" and Antwerp art in the 1660s
PortraitChristine Gottler, Ph.D. University of Zurich, Habilitation Freie Universitat Berlin, is Professor of Early Modern Art History at the University of Bern. She has published monographs, edited volumes , book chapters and articles on various topics in early modern European art. Bart Ramakers, Ph.D. (1996), Radboud University Nijmegen, is Professor of Historical Dutch Literature at the University of Groningen. He has published monographs, edited volumes, editions and many articles on sixteenth-century theatre from the Low Countries. Joanna Woodall, Ph.D. University of London, is Professor of Early Modern Art History at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London. She has published monographs, edited volumes , book chapters and articles on various topics in early modern European art.
Untertitel: 'Netherlands Yearbook for Histo'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BRILL ACADEMIC PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2014
Seitenanzahl: 400 Seiten