Nouvelle acquisition : Artists’ and artisans’ collections in early modern Antwerp: catalysts of innovation

RIJKS Marlise
Artists’ and artisans’ collections in early modern Antwerp : catalysts of innovation
London : Harvey Miller publishers, 2021, XVI-278 p.
Texte remanié de : Dissertation : Histoire de l’art : Ghent University : 2016
Collection Harvey Miller studies in baroque art (HMSBA) ; 11
ISBN 978-1-912554-05-8

ANV 79

Résumé éditeur :

Paintings, drawings, prints, maps, jewels, gems, statuettes, medals, exotica, antiquities, dried animals, shells, corals, and scientific instruments. All these objects and more were on display in collectors’ cabinets in Early Modern Antwerp. This book tells the story of the collections of artists and artisans, who stood at the centre of and shaped the city’s cultural life. In their double roles as maker-collectors, they put a strong mark on the culture of collecting.

The culture of collecting was inextricably linked to changing conceptions of the material world, which went hand in hand with the emergence of new pictorial genres and the increasing dominance of forms of knowledge based on objects and material evidence. This book traces the important role of Antwerp artists and artisans in this culture of art and knowledge. It is a story about friendship and networks; about new forms of connoisseurship; and about innovation and appreciation. (4e de couv.)



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Corinne HÉLIN (2023, 26 mai). Nouvelle acquisition : Artists’ and artisans’ collections in early modern Antwerp: catalysts of innovation. IRHiS-Bibliothèque. Consulté le 3 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/lyi2

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