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Title In his milieu : essays on Netherlandish art in memory of John Michael Montias / edited by A. Golahny, M.M. Mochizuki and L. Vergara.
Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2006.

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Subject Art, Dutch -- 17th century.
Art, Flemish -- 17th century.
Art, Netherlandish.
Artists -- Netherlands.
Alt Name Golahny, Amy,
Mochizuki, Mia M.,
Vergara, Lisa, 1948-
Montias, John Michael, 1928-2005,
Description 1 online resource (494 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Note "Art-Historical Publications by John Michael Montias": pages 23-28.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents In Memoriam John Michael Montias (1928-2005) -- Four Remembrances -- Art-Historical Publications by John Michael Montias -- Two Forms of Knowledge: Invention and Production in Thomas de Keyser's Portrait of a Young Silversmith, Sijmon Valckenaer -- The Case of Han van Meegeren's Fake Vermeer Supper at Emmaus Reconsidered -- Prices of Northern Netherlandish Paintings in the Seventeenth Century -- The Mysterious Landscape Painter Govert Janszn called Mijnheer (1577-c.1619) -- Jacob Ochtervelt's Rotterdam Patron -- Did Rembrandt Travel to England? -- The Antwerp-Mechelen Production and Export Complex -- Thoughts on the Market for Rembrandt's Portrait Etchings -- If the Shoe Fits: Courtship, Sex, and Society in an Unusual Painting by Gonzales Coques -- A Sophonisba by Pieter Lastman? -- Poelenburch's Garden: Art, Flowers, Networks, and Knowledge in Seventeenth-Century Holland -- Tournai's Renaissance Jube: Art as Instrument of Empowerment -- Vermeer and His Thematic Use of Perspective -- The Face in the Landscape: A Puzzling Print by Matthaus Merian the Elder -- Murant and his Milieu: A Biography of Emanuel Murant, the "Rustic Forerunner" of Jan van der Heyden -- Rubens as a Teacher: "He may teach his art to his students and others to his liking" -- Abraham van Dijck (1635?-1680) a Dordrecht Painter in the Shadow of Rembrandt -- Joachim/Peter Wtewael, Father/Son, Master/Pupil -- At Home with the Ten Commandments: Domestic Text Paintings in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam -- The Transfer and Reception of Dutch Art in the Baltic Area during the Eighteenth Century: The Case of the Hamburg Dealer Gerhard Morrell -- Sleeping Caps, City Views, and State Funerals: Privileges for Prints in the Dutch Republic, 1593-1650 -- Piety and Splendor: The Art Collection of Antwerp Burgomaster Adriaan Hertsen -- Pictorial Archives: "Jordaans" in Delft -- Visiting Vermeer: Performing Civility -- The Montias Database: Inventories of Amsterdam Art Collections.
Note Print version record.
Summary In honor of Michael Montias' contributions to the field of the history of art, an international group of leading scholars have contributed essays to mark his achievements.
Note English.
ISBN 9781429472708 (electronic bk.)
1429472707 (electronic bk.)
9789048501601 (electronic bk.)
9048501601 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 144643281
Additional Format Print version: In his milieu. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2006 9053569332 (DLC) 2007451019 (OCoLC)85773569

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