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  • Anne-Maria van Egmond | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Bavaria 1336 1404 ruler of Bavaria Holland Zealand and Hainaut in the second half of the fourteenth century In connection with other accounts of more local rulers churches monasteries and counsels of cities these persons and their actions can shed some light on the infrastructure used to create and trade arts and crafts in a period of which but a few pieces of art survive edit Advisors edit Edit Done

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  • Esther Cleven | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Edit Done Editing Papers Over de affichemaker van toen de art director van nu en de professionalisering wn het reclamewk more by Esther Cleven Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Review Mienke Simon Thomas Goed in vorm Honderd jaar ontwerpen in Nederland more by Esther Cleven Publisher gewina studium nl Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name BMGN Low Countries Historical Review Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Irrationeel Grafische vormgeving en de context van de beeldcultuur more by Esther Cleven Publisher books google com Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Paper Annual Design History Society Conference Design and Evolution TU Delft 2 September 2006 more by Esther Cleven Publication Name medewerker uva nl Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Image bedeutet Bild eine Geschichte des Bildbegriffs in der Werbetheorie am Beispiel der Niederlande 1917 1967 more by Esther Cleven Publication Date Jan 1 1999 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section profile views document views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset

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  • Teun Bimbergen | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    the time of the house s developing process Written Dutch Research Interests Art History and Architecture edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Seagram Building Archetype of a Modern Skyscraper more by Teun Bimbergen More Info This is my Architectural History Bachelor thesis on the way Mies van der Rohe s Seagram Building affected corporate office buildings in New York Note that it s in

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  • Alba Campo Rosillo | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    The Hague School Art by the Scots in the late Nineteenth Century more by Alba Campo Rosillo Moderate modernity the collecting of The Hague School by the Scots in the late Nineteenth Century In order to establish the reason why the Scottish people collected The Hague School art works in the last quarter of the nineteenth more Moderate modernity the collecting of The Hague School by the Scots in the late Nineteenth Century In order to establish the reason why the Scottish people collected The Hague School art works in the last quarter of the nineteenth century is a fascinating yet complicated subject A successful and wealthy Scottish middle class group of industrialists started collecting them from the 1860s onwards However the question remains as to why they collected The Hague School art which had a preference for landscape and rural life as a subject matter and was painted with an almost impressionist execution that distinguished them from the British Victorian taste Furthermore the fact that The Hague School reproduced clichéd images of the rural Netherlands makes the reader wonder why the Scottish people were attracted to it Despite biased motivations for collecting Dutch rural world scenes and even the comodification of The Hague School art that their collecting practices led to the late nineteenth century Scottish bourgeoisie deserves a certain amount of recognition Recognition for the promotion of a more popular and contemporary art form than that appreciated by aristocracy as well as for the democratization of the art world with the introduction of the high middle class in it and its take of control of it Organization Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie RKD The Hague The Netherlands Conference Start Date Dec 2 2011 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Thesis Chapters American Art at the New York World

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  • Jitske Jasperse | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    by Jitske Jasperse Location Leeds International Medieval Congress July 2011 Organization a cooperation with Colette Bowie from the University of Glasgow Other papers were given by Colette Bowie Jose Manuel Cerda and Theresa Vann Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Articles Made out of love for God De diversis artibus more than a technical manual more by Jitske Jasperse The Kunstgewerbemuseum in Berlin houses three arm reliquaries formerly belonging to the so called Guelph Treasure Uncovering to what extent Theophylus high standards concerning material techniques and execution as written down in De more The Kunstgewerbemuseum in Berlin houses three arm reliquaries formerly belonging to the so called Guelph Treasure Uncovering to what extent Theophylus high standards concerning material techniques and execution as written down in De diversis artibus have been applied by the craftsman of these reliquaries sheds light on workshop practices At the same time it offers an insight in the limitations an art historian is faced with when studying workshops and manuals Publication Name Simulacrum Tijdschrift voor kunst en cultuur 20 nr 2 2012 30 36 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Duke Charles of Guelders r 1492 1538 and the restoration of the tomb monument of Gerard IV and Margaret in the Roermond Minster more by Jitske Jasperse In this article I hypothesize that Duke Charles V of Guelders was responsible for the restoration of the thirteenth century tomb monument of his ancestors This would fit in with the fifteenth century practice of restoring and adjusting more In this article I hypothesize that Duke Charles V of Guelders was responsible for the restoration of the thirteenth century tomb monument of his ancestors This would fit in with the fifteenth century practice of restoring and adjusting sculpture and memorial paintings for dynastic purposes More Info In Medieval art in the Northern Nederlands New facts and features eds Claudine Chavannes Mazel and Anne Maria van Egmond Publication Date 2013 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Hertog Hendrik de Leeuw en de queeste naar relieken internationale betrekkingen in de middeleeuwen more by Jitske Jasperse This articel is concerned with Henry the Lion s famous travel to the Holy Land in 1172 73 and focusses on the chronicle by Arnold of Lübeck c 1210 This abbot had an eye for splendour and gift exhange From an art historical point of more This articel is concerned with Henry the Lion s famous travel to the Holy Land in 1172 73 and focusses on the chronicle by Arnold of Lübeck c 1210 This abbot had an eye for splendour and gift exhange From an art historical point of view some of the surviving objects connected to Henry the Lion and his environment are considered in light of Arnold of Lübecks remarks While it cannot be determined with certainty which objects can without a doubt be connected to Henry s travels it is evident that Henry s court appreciated objects and fabrics from Byzantium More Info Published in Simulacrum Publisher dare

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  • Zippora Elders | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests History Architecture Art History and 5 more Art Contemporary Art Art Theory Curatorial Practice Art and Art and Philosophy edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we

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  • Inez de Bruijn | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Art History Medieval History Iconography and 3 more Medieval Art Medieval Church History and Medieval Theology edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll

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  • John van de Goor | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Art History Art Art Theory and 3 more Renaissance Studies Iconography and Sculpture edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send

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