|Title:||DUTCH AND FLEMISH DRAWINGS FROM THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA|
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Home All Categories Dutch And Flemish Drawings From The National Gallery Of Canada. ISBN13: 9780888847843. Dutch and flemish drawings from the national gallery of canada. by Joaneath A. Spicer and Joeaneath Spicer.
Dutch and Flemish Drawings is strongest in works from the sixteenth century. There are some spectacular sheets here, such as the Master of the Egmont Album’s The Arrest of Christ on blue paper (cat. no. 14); Jan Swart van Groningen’s design for stained glass, Mercy and Truth Preserve the King (King Solomon’s Proverbs) (cat. 5); Paulus van Vianen’s Adam and Eve after the Fall (cat. 35), which may have. on Spicer’s judgment for the attribution. The white highlights, which were peculiarly scratched into the paper, do not enhance the of the figure, and their placement does not make sense, something particularly evident in the muddled articulation of David’s chest.
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Recent Acquisitions of Dutch and Flemish Drawings encompasses landscapes, seascapes, portraits, still lifes, and history subjects that demonstrate the originality of Dutch and Flemish draftsmanship and its stylistic evolution. Key works by artists such as Maerten van Heemskerck (1498–1574), Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617), Abraham Bloemaert (1564–1651), and Jan van Huysum (1682–1749) will be exhibited.
Acquiring Dutch and Flemish drawings made prior to 1600 as well as 18th- and 19th-century drawings has been of particular focus over the past decade, said Earl A. Powell III, director, National Gallery of Art. We are thankful for the kind generosity of several donors and unique opportunities that has allowed this area of the Gallery’s collection to grow in both richness and depth.
Jan van Huysum, Bouquet of Spring Flowers in a Terracotta Vase, 1720s, oiled charcoal and watercolor on laid paper; sheet: 3. x 3. cm (15 9/16 x 12 1/16 i. National Gallery of Art, Washington, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund, The Ahmanson Foundation Fund, Linda H. Kaufman Fund, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glickfield Fund. Over the last decade, the National Gallery of Art has acquired an exquisite selection of mid-15th-to early 20th-century Dutch and Flemish drawings. Some 20 works-many on view for the first time-cover a range of genres and incorporate a variety of media.
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, and the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums. Joaneath Spicer, Curator of Renaissance and Baroque Art at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, William W. Robinson, Goerge and Maida Abrams Curator of Drawings, Fogg Art Museum, with the aid of Odilia Bonebakker, doctoral candidate at Harvard, and David Franklin, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the National Gallery in Ottawa. Museum press release, 27 July 2004. The Dutch and Flemish drawings exhibition is accompanied by a 187-page catalogue written by Dr. Joaneath Spicer, Curator of Renaissance and Baroque Art at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, with the aid of Odilia Bonebakker, doctoral candidate at Harvard, and David Franklin, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the National Gallery in Ottawa.
Home Exhibitions Past 2016 Recent Acquisitions of Dutch and Flemish Drawings. Recent Acquisitions of Dutch and Flemish Drawings. July 3, 2016 – January 2, 2017. West Building, Ground Floor - Gallery 22. Circle of Hugo van Der Goes, Jacob’s Dream, 1480/1490, pen and ink, heightened with white gouache on brown paper, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Beatrix von Hoffmann, 2016. Simon Bening, The Adoration of the Magi, mid-1520s, tempera heightened with gold on vellum, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Woodner Collection, Gift of Dian Woodner, 2013.