Beeld en zelfbeeld in de Nederlandse kunst, 1550-1750/Image and Self-Image in Netherlandish Art, 1550-1750

Reindert Falkenburg, Jan de Jong, Herman Roodenburg, Frits Scholten (eds.)


     
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Title:Beeld en zelfbeeld in de Nederlandse kunst, 1550-1750/Image and Self-Image in Netherlandish Art, 1550-1750
Place:Zwolle
Publisher:Waanders Uitgevers
Year:1995
Series:Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, Nr. 46
Pages:439
ISBN:904009747X
Index:no
Bibliography:no

Articles

6  Herman Roodenburg, Ten geleide
13  Ethan M. Kavaler, Being the Cout of Nassau, Refiguring identity in space, time and stone
53  J. Woodall, 'His Majesty's most majestic room', The division of sovereign identity in Philip II of Spain's lost portrait gallery at El Pardo
105  Walter S. Melion, 'Self-Imaging and the engraver's virtł: Hendrick Goltzius's Pietą of 1598'
145  Marieke de Winkel, 'Eene der deftigsten dragten', The Iconography of the Tabbaard and the Sense of Tradition in Dutch Seventeenth-century Portraiture
169  Ann Jensen Adams, Civic guard portraits: private interests and the public sphere
199  Irene Groeneweg, Regenten in het zwart: vroom en deftig?
253  Elizabeth Honig, The beholder as work of art, A study in the location of value in seventeenth-century Flemish painting
299  Mariėt Westermann, Jan Steen, Frans Hals, and the edges of portraiture
333  Stephanie S. Dickey, 'Met een wenende ziel... doch droge ogen', Women holding handkerchiefs in seventeenth-century Dutch portraits
369  H. Perry Chapman, Jan Steen as family man, Self-portrayal as an experiental mode of painting
395  Wayne Franits, Young women preferred white to brown, Some remarks on Nicolaes Maes and the cultural context of late seventeenth-century Dutch portraiture
417  Herman Roodenburg, 'Welstand' en 'wellevendheid', Over houdingen, gebaren en gelaatsuitdrukking in de schilderkunst, de toneelkunst en de rhetorica: de inbreng van het classicisme


Reviews

Pieter J.J. van Thiel, in Simiolus, 25, 1997 pp. 238-246

This book is cited in

Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007
Henk Hollaar, De Rotterdamse spelen van 1561, Delft, 2006