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191 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm
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ND1422 .E85 F35 2014 Unknown
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xix, 242 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color) ; 27 cm.
  • Introduction : a taste for Dutch art / Peter C. Sutton
  • The early years : the formation of America's taste for Dutch art. "Pictures chiefly painted in oils, on boards" : Dutch paintings in colonial New York / Louisa Wood Ruby ; Robert Gilmor, Jr.'s "real" Dutch paintings / Lance Humphries ; Collecting old Dutch masters : originals, interpretations, copies, and reproductions / Annette Stott ; Wilhelm von Bode and collecting in America / Catherine B. Scallen
  • The gilded age : great collections and collectors of seventeenth-century Dutch art. Golden age paintings in the gilded age : New York collectors and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1870-1920 / Walter Liedtke ; "They leave us as they find us, they never elevate" : John G. Johnson and the Dutch masters / Lloyd DeWitt ; Collecting Vermeer, 1887-1919 / Esmée Quodbach ; Collecting Dutch paintings in Boston / Ronni Baer ; The Dutch painting collection at the National Gallery of Art / Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
  • The twentieth century : the dissemination of Dutch art across America and the Dutch reaction. The passionate eye of W.R. Valentiner : shaping the canon of Dutch painting in America / Dennis P. Weller ; Unexpected rivals for the Dutch : competing with the Americans for Holland's national heritage in Great Britain and elsewhere / Peter Hecht ; Golden opportunities : collecting Rembrandt in southern California / Anne T. Woollett ; Has the great age of collecting Dutch old master paintings come to an end? / Quentin Buvelot.
"Essays by American and Dutch scholars and museum curators explore the collecting and reception of seventeenth-century Dutch painting in America, from the colonial era through the Gilded Age to today"--Provided by publisher.
  • Introduction : a taste for Dutch art / Peter C. Sutton
  • The early years : the formation of America's taste for Dutch art. "Pictures chiefly painted in oils, on boards" : Dutch paintings in colonial New York / Louisa Wood Ruby ; Robert Gilmor, Jr.'s "real" Dutch paintings / Lance Humphries ; Collecting old Dutch masters : originals, interpretations, copies, and reproductions / Annette Stott ; Wilhelm von Bode and collecting in America / Catherine B. Scallen
  • The gilded age : great collections and collectors of seventeenth-century Dutch art. Golden age paintings in the gilded age : New York collectors and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1870-1920 / Walter Liedtke ; "They leave us as they find us, they never elevate" : John G. Johnson and the Dutch masters / Lloyd DeWitt ; Collecting Vermeer, 1887-1919 / Esmée Quodbach ; Collecting Dutch paintings in Boston / Ronni Baer ; The Dutch painting collection at the National Gallery of Art / Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
  • The twentieth century : the dissemination of Dutch art across America and the Dutch reaction. The passionate eye of W.R. Valentiner : shaping the canon of Dutch painting in America / Dennis P. Weller ; Unexpected rivals for the Dutch : competing with the Americans for Holland's national heritage in Great Britain and elsewhere / Peter Hecht ; Golden opportunities : collecting Rembrandt in southern California / Anne T. Woollett ; Has the great age of collecting Dutch old master paintings come to an end? / Quentin Buvelot.
"Essays by American and Dutch scholars and museum curators explore the collecting and reception of seventeenth-century Dutch painting in America, from the colonial era through the Gilded Age to today"--Provided by publisher.
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ND646 .H68 2014 Unknown
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124 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
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ND1403 .I83 P47 2014 Available
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349 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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ND673 .R9 A4 2014 Unavailable In process Request
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x, 473 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
  • Das Bild als Spezies
  • Niederwelt/Sottobosco
  • Picturas Acker
  • Bilder, die wie Pilze aus dem Boden schießen
  • Scala naturae
  • Urzeugung
  • Temporariae : sich in der Existenz verausgabend
  • Panspermia : Leben nach Plan
  • Atomismus : Leben als "Accident"
  • Grund und Bildgrund
  • "Campeggiare" und "Schilderen"
  • Die Spezies zeigt die Gattung vor
  • Die Farbe Braun
  • Mutter Erde
  • Monströse Kunst
  • Der Sohn als Species
  • Wachstum und Verfall
  • Descensus : ascensus
  • Der Mensch als Ephemeron
  • Das Naturtableau bricht auf
  • Das Bild als Bio-topos
  • Schöpfen aus der Tiefe
  • Wissensnetzwerke
  • Mimesis I : das Bild als "Spezies" : der Maler als Gärtner
  • Das Bild als Pharmakon
  • Gemaltes Gift
  • Medusas Blut
  • Theriak
  • Dichtung und Wahrheit
  • Arbeit am Mythos
  • Von Dingen und Tatsachen
  • Schlangenstein
  • Tarantella
  • Pharmakeia
  • Kräuter
  • Steine
  • Mimesis II : die Droge der Repräsentation : der Maler als Apotheker
  • Das Bild als Palingenesis
  • Alchemie
  • Sulphur, Sal, Mercurius
  • Augen öffnen
  • Augentrost
  • Gold und Silber
  • Zinnober
  • Schneeweiß und Rosenrot
  • Fall in die Materie
  • Palingenesis
  • Mimesis III : Tod und Verklärung : der Maler als Alchemist
  • Das Bild als Ephemeron
  • Natürliche Farbe und künstliche Farbe
  • Verf und kleur
  • Farbe als Färbung (De coloribus)
  • Farben und Elemente
  • Purpurrot und Lauchgrün
  • Schicht für Schicht
  • Colores proprii : colores apparentes
  • Regenbogen und Blumenstrauß
  • Austerus : floridus
  • Apparent colour
  • Prisma und Palette
  • Getrübte Medien
  • Van Hoogstraten liest Digby
  • Alchemie und Optik
  • Hylemorphismus und Atomismus
  • Acker und Feld
  • Mimesis IV : das Bild als "Ephemeron" : Farbe als Akzidens
  • Nachwort und Ausblick
  • Farbtafeln
  • Bibliographie
  • Register
  • Bildnachweis.
  • Das Bild als Spezies
  • Niederwelt/Sottobosco
  • Picturas Acker
  • Bilder, die wie Pilze aus dem Boden schießen
  • Scala naturae
  • Urzeugung
  • Temporariae : sich in der Existenz verausgabend
  • Panspermia : Leben nach Plan
  • Atomismus : Leben als "Accident"
  • Grund und Bildgrund
  • "Campeggiare" und "Schilderen"
  • Die Spezies zeigt die Gattung vor
  • Die Farbe Braun
  • Mutter Erde
  • Monströse Kunst
  • Der Sohn als Species
  • Wachstum und Verfall
  • Descensus : ascensus
  • Der Mensch als Ephemeron
  • Das Naturtableau bricht auf
  • Das Bild als Bio-topos
  • Schöpfen aus der Tiefe
  • Wissensnetzwerke
  • Mimesis I : das Bild als "Spezies" : der Maler als Gärtner
  • Das Bild als Pharmakon
  • Gemaltes Gift
  • Medusas Blut
  • Theriak
  • Dichtung und Wahrheit
  • Arbeit am Mythos
  • Von Dingen und Tatsachen
  • Schlangenstein
  • Tarantella
  • Pharmakeia
  • Kräuter
  • Steine
  • Mimesis II : die Droge der Repräsentation : der Maler als Apotheker
  • Das Bild als Palingenesis
  • Alchemie
  • Sulphur, Sal, Mercurius
  • Augen öffnen
  • Augentrost
  • Gold und Silber
  • Zinnober
  • Schneeweiß und Rosenrot
  • Fall in die Materie
  • Palingenesis
  • Mimesis III : Tod und Verklärung : der Maler als Alchemist
  • Das Bild als Ephemeron
  • Natürliche Farbe und künstliche Farbe
  • Verf und kleur
  • Farbe als Färbung (De coloribus)
  • Farben und Elemente
  • Purpurrot und Lauchgrün
  • Schicht für Schicht
  • Colores proprii : colores apparentes
  • Regenbogen und Blumenstrauß
  • Austerus : floridus
  • Apparent colour
  • Prisma und Palette
  • Getrübte Medien
  • Van Hoogstraten liest Digby
  • Alchemie und Optik
  • Hylemorphismus und Atomismus
  • Acker und Feld
  • Mimesis IV : das Bild als "Ephemeron" : Farbe als Akzidens
  • Nachwort und Ausblick
  • Farbtafeln
  • Bibliographie
  • Register
  • Bildnachweis.
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ND1393 .N43 L46 2013 Unknown
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255 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
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ND623 .C26 S26 2013 F Unknown
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160 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm
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ND653 .H2 A4 2013 F Unknown
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143 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
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ND646 .G57 2013 Unknown
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157 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
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ND506 .H468 2013 Unknown
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255 p. : chiefly col. ill., ports. ; 29 cm.
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N5247 .W28 H68 2013 Unknown
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136 p. (1 folded) : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
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ND616 .T726 2013 Unknown
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296 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
The versatile painter, poet, courtier and European traveller Samuel van Hoogstraten (1627-1678), one of Rembrandt's pupils, has received much scholarly attention in the last two decades. Whereas older historians allotted him a marginal role as a minor figure in his master's studio, he is now recognized for his central position in the world of art and letters in the Dutch Golden Age. This new evaluation is mainly due to careful studies of his treatise on painting, 'Inleyding tot de Hooge Schoole der Schilderkonst' (Introduction to the Academy of Painting, 1678). His book has been mined for unique insights not only into Rembrandt's working methods but also into profounder problems relative to Dutch art and culture, such as pictorial realism, imitation and illusion, the rise of landscape and still life and the status of the 'learned artist'.
The versatile painter, poet, courtier and European traveller Samuel van Hoogstraten (1627-1678), one of Rembrandt's pupils, has received much scholarly attention in the last two decades. Whereas older historians allotted him a marginal role as a minor figure in his master's studio, he is now recognized for his central position in the world of art and letters in the Dutch Golden Age. This new evaluation is mainly due to careful studies of his treatise on painting, 'Inleyding tot de Hooge Schoole der Schilderkonst' (Introduction to the Academy of Painting, 1678). His book has been mined for unique insights not only into Rembrandt's working methods but also into profounder problems relative to Dutch art and culture, such as pictorial realism, imitation and illusion, the rise of landscape and still life and the status of the 'learned artist'.
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ND653 .H79 U55 2013 Unknown
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79 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
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ND653 .V5 A4 2013 Unknown
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128 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
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ND1314.3 .D65 2012 Unknown
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239 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Modernità e meraviglia nell'arte dei Brueghel / Sergio Gaddi
  • La pittura floreale fiamminga / Doron J. Lurie
  • La dinastia dei Brueghel / Klaus Ertz
  • Dalle Fiandre all'Europa: un laboratorio pittorico / Giovanni C.F. Villa
  • Pieter Bruegel il Vecchio, un "secondo Bosch" / Masimiliaan P.J. Marents
  • Funzioni e obblighi della gilda / Nathalie Wiener
  • Il crogiuolo delle meraviglie: genialità e sintesi nell'Anversa di Pieter Brueghel il Vecchio / Massimiliano Caretto, Francesco Occhinegro
  • Connsoisseurship, l'analisi dei materiali dell'opera e l'attribuzione alle scuol del Nord / Jan De Maere
  • Catalogo
  • Disegni.
  • Modernità e meraviglia nell'arte dei Brueghel / Sergio Gaddi
  • La pittura floreale fiamminga / Doron J. Lurie
  • La dinastia dei Brueghel / Klaus Ertz
  • Dalle Fiandre all'Europa: un laboratorio pittorico / Giovanni C.F. Villa
  • Pieter Bruegel il Vecchio, un "secondo Bosch" / Masimiliaan P.J. Marents
  • Funzioni e obblighi della gilda / Nathalie Wiener
  • Il crogiuolo delle meraviglie: genialità e sintesi nell'Anversa di Pieter Brueghel il Vecchio / Massimiliano Caretto, Francesco Occhinegro
  • Connsoisseurship, l'analisi dei materiali dell'opera e l'attribuzione alle scuol del Nord / Jan De Maere
  • Catalogo
  • Disegni.
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ND673 .B7 A4 2012 Unknown
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174 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
  • Sponsor's statement / Elizabeth Rohatyn and Marie-Christine Labourdette
  • Directors' foreword / Michael Govan and Susan Talbott
  • Caravaggio and his legacy / J. Patrice Marandel
  • Some reflections and revisions on Caravaggio, his method, and his "Schola" / Gianni Papi
  • Caravaggio
  • Circle of Caravaggio
  • Manfrediana methodus
  • Naples and Spain
  • The Netherlands and the Utrecht School
  • Visual theatricality
  • Provenance and selected references.
"They were known as the "Caravaggisti"--artists who imitated the 16th-century master's earthy, realistic style or subject matter. Caravaggio's impact on his contemporaries was immediate, but in the decades that followed his brief career, hundreds of artists drew inspiration from his innovative use of intense light and shadow, the distinctly theatrical atmosphere of his paintings, his use of religious imagery, and his preference for painting directly from life. This companion volume to an exhibition features works by Caravaggio and more than 30 other artists. The book displays an amazing cross section of genre, portraiture, historical subjects, and religious scenes. Bringing together previously unconnected painters from Italy, Northern Europe, France, and Spain, this remarkable collection brilliantly illustrates Caravaggio's enormous effect on the development of 17th-century European painting"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Sponsor's statement / Elizabeth Rohatyn and Marie-Christine Labourdette
  • Directors' foreword / Michael Govan and Susan Talbott
  • Caravaggio and his legacy / J. Patrice Marandel
  • Some reflections and revisions on Caravaggio, his method, and his "Schola" / Gianni Papi
  • Caravaggio
  • Circle of Caravaggio
  • Manfrediana methodus
  • Naples and Spain
  • The Netherlands and the Utrecht School
  • Visual theatricality
  • Provenance and selected references.
"They were known as the "Caravaggisti"--artists who imitated the 16th-century master's earthy, realistic style or subject matter. Caravaggio's impact on his contemporaries was immediate, but in the decades that followed his brief career, hundreds of artists drew inspiration from his innovative use of intense light and shadow, the distinctly theatrical atmosphere of his paintings, his use of religious imagery, and his preference for painting directly from life. This companion volume to an exhibition features works by Caravaggio and more than 30 other artists. The book displays an amazing cross section of genre, portraiture, historical subjects, and religious scenes. Bringing together previously unconnected painters from Italy, Northern Europe, France, and Spain, this remarkable collection brilliantly illustrates Caravaggio's enormous effect on the development of 17th-century European painting"-- Provided by publisher.
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ND623 .C26 A4 2012 Unknown
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xi, 251 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
  • Categories and contexts : visual description and the English Reformation
  • Artists and sitters
  • Humility and pride : portraits of merchants and retailers
  • Professional reputations and representation : portraits of physicians, lawyers, clergymen
  • Performance and presence : portraits of poets, playwrights, artists and artisans.
  • Categories and contexts : visual description and the English Reformation
  • Artists and sitters
  • Humility and pride : portraits of merchants and retailers
  • Professional reputations and representation : portraits of physicians, lawyers, clergymen
  • Performance and presence : portraits of poets, playwrights, artists and artisans.
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ND1314.2 .C66 2012 F Unknown
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183 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
  • Cultivating virtuosity : a biographical portrait of Willem van Aelst / Tanya Paul
  • "The most exquisite imitation of reality" : Northern art and artists at the Medici Court / James Clifton
  • "Guillelmo" in Amsterdam : Van Aelst's painterly style in Amsterdam / Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
  • An uncommon painter and his subjects / Julie Berger Hochstrasser
  • The making of a luxury image : Van Aelst's painting materials and artistic techniques / Melanie Gifford ... [et al.]
  • Catalogue of the exhibition / Tanya Paul, with James Clifton, Melanie Gifford, and Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
The paintings of Willem van Aelst (1627-1683) are known for their fine finish, innovative compositions, sumptuous subject matter, and rich, jewel-toned palette. Published on the occasion of an unprecedented traveling exhibition, this book celebrates Van Aelst's achievements and his significant impact on Dutch still-life painting. Van Aelst masterfully depicted arrangements of fresh fruit and flowers, displays of dead game, and evocations of the forest floor, as well as elegant objects such as nautilus cups, distinctive silver vessels, and Venetian glassware. This book features twenty-five paintings from throughout his career. Catalog entries and a biographical essay are provided by Tanya Paul, James Clifton writes about the Medici court, Julie Berger Hochstrasser analyzes Van Aelst's choice of subject matter, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. discusses Van Aelst's time in Amsterdam, and a team of conservators reveals his technical process.
  • Cultivating virtuosity : a biographical portrait of Willem van Aelst / Tanya Paul
  • "The most exquisite imitation of reality" : Northern art and artists at the Medici Court / James Clifton
  • "Guillelmo" in Amsterdam : Van Aelst's painterly style in Amsterdam / Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
  • An uncommon painter and his subjects / Julie Berger Hochstrasser
  • The making of a luxury image : Van Aelst's painting materials and artistic techniques / Melanie Gifford ... [et al.]
  • Catalogue of the exhibition / Tanya Paul, with James Clifton, Melanie Gifford, and Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr.
The paintings of Willem van Aelst (1627-1683) are known for their fine finish, innovative compositions, sumptuous subject matter, and rich, jewel-toned palette. Published on the occasion of an unprecedented traveling exhibition, this book celebrates Van Aelst's achievements and his significant impact on Dutch still-life painting. Van Aelst masterfully depicted arrangements of fresh fruit and flowers, displays of dead game, and evocations of the forest floor, as well as elegant objects such as nautilus cups, distinctive silver vessels, and Venetian glassware. This book features twenty-five paintings from throughout his career. Catalog entries and a biographical essay are provided by Tanya Paul, James Clifton writes about the Medici court, Julie Berger Hochstrasser analyzes Van Aelst's choice of subject matter, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. discusses Van Aelst's time in Amsterdam, and a team of conservators reveals his technical process.
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ND653 .A38 A4 2012 Unknown
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591 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm.
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ND1319.2 .F33 2012 Unknown
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200 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
The Harold Samuel Art Collection is a unique collection of 17th-century paintings from the Golden Age of Holland. Bequeathed to the City of London in 1987 by Lord Harold Samuel of Wych Cross, a wealthy property developer and entrepreneur, this remarkable collection of 84 works - the best collection of Dutch a nd Flemish art in Britain - enriches the splendor of the interior of the Mansion House, the residence of the Lord Mayor of London. The Merry Lute Player by Frans Hals is perhaps the best known picture in the collection, but Samuel also gathered truly outstanding examples of genre painting, indeed several of the finest works in existence by Nicolaes Maes, Jacob Ochtervelt, Adriaen van Ostade and Jan Steen. Eleven winter landscapes include such masterpieces as Hendrick Avercamp's large copper panel depicting a frozen river, and amongst the archtypical Dutch panoramas are exceptional works by masters of the genre, Philips Koninck and Jacob von Ruisdael.
The Harold Samuel Art Collection is a unique collection of 17th-century paintings from the Golden Age of Holland. Bequeathed to the City of London in 1987 by Lord Harold Samuel of Wych Cross, a wealthy property developer and entrepreneur, this remarkable collection of 84 works - the best collection of Dutch a nd Flemish art in Britain - enriches the splendor of the interior of the Mansion House, the residence of the Lord Mayor of London. The Merry Lute Player by Frans Hals is perhaps the best known picture in the collection, but Samuel also gathered truly outstanding examples of genre painting, indeed several of the finest works in existence by Nicolaes Maes, Jacob Ochtervelt, Adriaen van Ostade and Jan Steen. Eleven winter landscapes include such masterpieces as Hendrick Avercamp's large copper panel depicting a frozen river, and amongst the archtypical Dutch panoramas are exceptional works by masters of the genre, Philips Koninck and Jacob von Ruisdael.
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ND636 .H35 2012 Unknown

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