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The Golden Age of Dutch Painting in Historical Perspective

The Golden Age of Dutch Painting in Historical Perspective

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Frans Grijzenhout, Lyckle de Vries, N. C. F. van Sas, Eveline Koolhaas, Sandra de Vries, J. J. Kloek, Dedalo Carasso, Debora J. Meijers, E. de Jongh, E. H. Kossmans, Martin Jan Bok, Eric J. Sluijter
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  • Date Published: September 1999
  • availability: Unavailable - out of print September 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521496216

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  • The first survey of the critical fortunes of seventeenth-century Dutch art, from 1700 to the present. Appreciated in the eighteenth century by amateurs and collectors, Dutch art during the Romantic age became a focus of ideological interest. From the late nineteenth century onwards, it became a subject of scholarly research, indeed one of the foundational fields of art history of the modern era. This study provides insight into the various artistic, literary, political, and philosophical approaches that Dutch painting has inspired over the ages. It also brings historical context to many issues that are still hotly debated by scholars.

    • First survey of this topic ever to appear in field
    • Interdisciplinary: combined effort of art historians, historians, and literary historians
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    ' … throughout this book, interesting both individually as well as collectively … should serve historians of the Dutch state as well as art historians in many ways.' Larry Silver, The Art Book

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    • Date Published: September 1999
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521496216
    • length: 348 pages
    • dimensions: 261 x 185 x 23 mm
    • weight: 1.11kg
    • contains: 77 b/w illus.
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print September 2019
  • Table of Contents

    1. Between reason and sensitivity: Dutch painting in the eyes of foreigners, 1660–1800 Frans Grijzenhout
    2. The felicitous age of painting:
    18th-century views of Dutch art in the golden age Lyckle de Vries
    3. Dutch nationality in the shadow of the golden age: national culture and the nation's past N. C F. van Sas
    4. Back to a glorious past:
    17th-century art as a model for the 19th century Eveline Koolhaas and Sandra de Vries
    5. To the land of Rembrandt: the formation of a literary image of 17th-century art in the 19th century J. J. Kloek
    6. A new image: German and French thought on Dutch art, 1775–1860 Dedalo Carasso
    7. Two princely German collections and the image of 17th-century Dutch art Debora J. Meijers
    8. 17th-century Dutch art seen through a political prism E. de Jongh
    9. 17th-century Dutch art in the eyes of historians E. H. Kossmans
    10. The iconological approach to 17th-century Dutch painting E. de Jongh
    11. The painter and his world: the socio-economic approach to 17th-century Dutch art Martin Jan Bok
    12. New approaches in art history and the changing image of 17th-century Dutch art between 1960 and 1990 Eric J. Sluijter.

  • Editors

    Henk van Veen, Netherlandish Office for the Arts, The Hague

    Frans Grijzenhout, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

    Contributors

    Frans Grijzenhout, Lyckle de Vries, N. C. F. van Sas, Eveline Koolhaas, Sandra de Vries, J. J. Kloek, Dedalo Carasso, Debora J. Meijers, E. de Jongh, E. H. Kossmans, Martin Jan Bok, Eric J. Sluijter

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