3 edition of Art in seventeenth century Holland found in the catalog.
Art in seventeenth century Holland
|Statement||[catalogue compiled by Christopher Brown].|
|Contributions||National Gallery (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||N6946 .B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 144,  p. (2 fold.),  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||77365549|
This book has become a classic reader on the topic. It is thorough and illuminating, going beyond the pure iconography to place Dutch art into a wider cultural environment and exploring the visual culture of Holland in the seventeenth-century/5(13). With an overview of three periods of Dutch emigration, for different reasons: 13th and 14th century, late 16th and 17th century, 19th and 20th century. Nieuw Amsterdam - New York: Once upon a time New York did look like a small Dutch town. Imagining what it must have been like is one of the things you can do when visiting Holland.
Another fine entry in the Masters of Art series that is coming to represent the very best in art books for young people. Pescio provides a panoramic view of 17th-century Holland as seen through the eyes of artists such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Frans Hals, as they developed their original styles of painting for the prosperous merchants of the great trading Author: Claudio Pescio. “The Three-quarter-length Life-sized Portrait in 17th-century Holland: The Ideological Function of ‘Tranquillitas.’” In Looking at Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting, edited by Wayne Franits, –74, – New York: Cambridge University Press, Adams, Ann Jensen. Public Faces and Private Identities in Seventeenth-Century : Ann Jensen Adams.
Dutch Culture in the Golden Age is a lucid essay that offers a rich and rewarding, and exceptionally nuanced, insight into the culture – more than just painting and literature – of 17th–century Holland. The book also documents the degree in which scholarship of the Dutch Golden Age has progressed since the s. Also strongly recommended is Bob Haak’s The Golden Age: Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century (). This huge, richly illustrated survey is still the best book on the subject, though it is currently out of print. Used copies can be purchased from online retailers, such as or
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Art and the Culture of Love in Seventeenth-Century Holland examines pictorial subjects and artists which collectively examine one of the most important themes of Dutch art of the Golden Age.
Rodney Nevitt offers analysis of paintings and prints of "garden parties," merry companies, courting couples, and even landscape etchings that have amorous by: 4. out of 5 stars The Art Of Describing: Dutch Art In The 17th Century Reviewed in the United States on J So far this book itself is written very well; however the book's binding is cheap and fell apart within the first by: Journey through Landscape in Seventeenth-Century Holland.
The Haarlem Print Series and Dutch Identity. Catherine Levesque “Throughout this fascinating and well-illustrated volume Levesque holds rightly to her stated aims and argues convincingly for a more historically sensitive account of these works.”Author: Catherine Levesque.
representations of the Book of Esther, this paper aims to explore the connection. between Dutch Protestantism and the Old Testament Jews, the importance of the.
Book of Esther for Dutch Protestants in the seventeenth century, and the way in. which artists represented Esther in Post-Reformation : Sarah Grafton Peaster. The Baroque Art Movement: Artists and Artwork of the 17th.
As a result, audiences have frequently labeled 17th-century Dutch art as “scenes of everyday life.” The seemingly truthful appearance of these images has led to a complex body of literature that has proffered myriad interpretive schemata to understand the meanings of individual pictures, the genres of representation, and the aesthetics of naturalism.
The seventeenth century was the "Golden Age" of Dutch painting. Seven northern provinces of the Netherlands united around the largest of them – Holland – achieved victory over the Spaniards and after peace had been concluded inthey were to form the first republican state in Europe.
Vermeer's Hat: The Seventeenth Century and the Dawn of the Global World (Timothy Brook, ). Vermeer's paintings serve as points of departure to explore the global context of the Dutch Golden Age. Vermeer's paintings serve as points of departure to explore the global context of the Dutch Golden Age.
The collection of Dutch seventeenth-century paintings in the National Gallery of Art includes works by the masters of the Golden Age, including Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals, and Aelbert Cuyp.
Now numbering more than paintings, the collection comprises examples of the portraits, genre scenes, landscapes, marine paintings, still lifes, and biblical. The speculative frenzy over tulips in 17th century Holland spawned outrageous prices for exotic flower bulbs.
But accounts of the subsequent crash may be more fiction than : Dave Roos. National Gallery of Art. Despite the political and religious turmoil of the Eighty Years’ War (–), in the early 17th century the northern Netherlands experienced great economic prosperity due to the country’s international maritime trade and high levels of urbanization.
This book looks at Rembrandt's life and art during a great period of culture and enlightenment that produced fellow artists Hals and Vermeer, and the philosopher Spinoza. Rembrandt lived during a "Golden Age" in seventeenth-century Holland/5. Sincehe has devoted most of his research to the art market in the 17th century Netherlands.
His first book, Artists and Artisans in Delft; a Study of the Seventeenth Century, was published. Art and the Culture of Love in Seventeenth-Century Holland. Cambridge Studies in Netherlandish Visual Culture.
Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, xviii + pp. index. illus. bibl. $ ISBN: This book admirably fills a long-standing need for a critical interpretation of scenes of merry gatherings.
Seventeenth-century Netherlands witnessed an extremely wide range of artistic subject matter, style, medium, and themes, but artists frequently featured women as beacons of domestic virtue. Because virtue is neglected today, few of us know how to interpret the messages of. The Guardian - Back to home.
Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage Classical Seventeenth-century Holland has also attracted some of the best British historians, from GN Clark to Simon. An emblem book is a book collecting emblems (allegorical illustrations) with accompanying explanatory text, typically morals or poems.
This category of books was popular in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. Emblem books are collections of sets of three elements: an icon or image, a motto, and text explaining the connection between the image and motto.
The 17th century was marked by increasingly robust global networks of trade, which brought a great deal of exchange of artistic objects and the global spread of styles. This was facilitated by British and Dutch trading companies in South Asia, the trade routes of the Ottoman Empire, and the Spanish administration of South America, amongst many other channels.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Seventeenth Century Art in Flanders and Holland by Ackerman at the best online. Since then he has written a book in French on the art market in the Netherlands (Le marché de l'art aux Pays Bas, 15èmeème siècles, ) and, with John Loughman, a book on the hanging of pictures in 17th century Dutch houses (Public and Private Spaces; Works of Art in Seventeenth Century Dutch Houses, ).
In 17th century Holland, life was actually pretty great. The Netherlands at this time was quite possibly the best place to live. While the first half of the 17th century was technically part of the Eighty Years' War against Spain, most of the fi."The art historian after Erwin Panofsky and Ernst Gombrich is not only participating in an activity of great intellectual excitement; he is raising and exploring issues which lie very much at the centre of psychology, of the sciences and of history itself.
Svetlana Alpers’s study of 17th-century Dutch painting is a splendid example of this excitement and of the centrality of art history.The following list of artists and architects who flourished in the 17th century is organized alphabetically by country of origin or residence.
With a few exceptions, the work of these artists falls into either the Baroque or the Classical style, though sometimes both.
Baroque art is .