Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625), Court painter, art dealer and spy

Badeloch Noldus and Juliette Roding (eds.)

Title:Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625), Court painter, art dealer and spy
Place:Turnhout, Belgium
Related persons: Pieter Isaacsz.


9  The Editors, Acknowledgements
11  Steffen Heiberg, Preface
14  Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen, Court Culture during the Reign of Christian IV
30  To Schulting, Pieter Isaacsz, Pupil of the "Artistic, sensible Mr Cornelis Ketel"
42  Heiner Borggrefe, Pieter Isaacsz in the Company of Hans von Aachen
58  Ilja Veldman, Pieter Isaacsz and Art on Paper - Drawings and Prints after His Designs
74  S.A.C. Dudok van Heel, The Birth of an Artists' Quarter - Pieter Isaacsz's Amsterdam Years
92  Norbert E. Middelkoop, Pieters Isaacsz's Militia Piece Company of Captain Jacob Gerritsz Hoyingh and Lieutenant Appelman
100  Sally Metzler, An Allegory of Mystery - Pieter Isaacsz and Rudolfine Aesthetics
114  Eric Domela Nieuwenhuis, A Matter of Style - Characterizing Pieter Isaacsz as a Painter
130  Juliette Roding, The Isaacsz Family - Constant Travellers between Holland and Denmark
138  Mikael Bøgh Rasmussen, Maiestatis regiae pictor - Pieter Isaacsz, Portrait Painter by Appointment to His Majesty
150  Badeloch Noldus, Pieter Isaacsz's Other Life - Legal and Illegal
164  Hugo Johannsen, Christian IV's Private Oratory in Frederiksborg Castle Chapel - Reconstruction and Interpretation
180  Juliette Roding, The Seven Ages of Man - The Decorative Scheme for the Great Hall at Rosenborg Castle
204  Hannemarie Ragn Jensen, Isaac Isaacsz
218  Michiel Roding, Adriaen van Nieulandt - Pieter Isaacsz's Versatile Pupil
230  Steffen Heiberg, Art and the Staging of Images of Power - Christian IV and Pictorial Art
245  S.A.C. Dudok van Heel, Parentela of the Family of Pieter Isaacsz

This book is cited in

Eric Jan Sluijter, Rembrandt's rivals, Amsterdam; Philadelphia, 2015