ART ON THE MOVE - Erasmus School of History, Culture and

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ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE
During the seventeenth century the market for visual arts
flourished in the Low Countries. Dutch artists produced an
extraordinary array of works of art – ranging from cheap prints to
the finest paintings – to satisfy the seemingly insatiable demand for
images in the newly founded Republic. Simultaneously, Antwerp
and the Southern Netherlands enjoyed a veritable Indian summer,
exporting paintings and other luxury goods across Europe and to
the New World. Both the Dutch and Flemish school have been
studied extensively, but mostly from a strictly local or national
perspective. The aim of this conference, instead, is to explore the
shared cultural heritage of the Southern Netherlands and the
Dutch Republic. Leading international scholars examine the
differences and commonalities in the artistic output in both
regions, and attempt to map the mobility of artists, artworks and
ideas in the Low Countries and beyond. In doing so, this
conference assesses the impact of cross-border knowledge
exchanges for the growth and innovation in the creative industries
of the Golden Age.
To attend, please register at www.eshcc.eur.nl/artonthemove. The
conference fee is €30, students pay €15. This fee covers lunch,
drinks and entry to the museum exhibitions.
This conference is organized by the NWO-funded research team
Cultural Transmission and Artistic Exchanges in the Low Countries. For
more information about the project and its team members, please
visit artistic-exchange.com.
THIS CONFERENCE IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
MUSEUM BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN
ROTTERDAM, 10 –11 APRIL 2014
WWW.ESHCC.EUR.NL/ARTONTHEMOVE
CONFERENCE PROGRAM
THURSDAY 10 APRIL
FRIDAY 11 APRIL
11h00 Registration, coffee & tea
10h30 Panel II: circulation of art
Moderator: Marten Jan Bok (University of Amsterdam)
11h30 Welcome
Dick Douwes (Dean of the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication)
11h40 Introduction
In search of Netherlandish art: cultural transmission and artistic exchanges in the Low Countries
Filip Vermeylen (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
12h15 Lunch
Poster presentations Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie (The Hague),
Rubenianum (Antwerp) and Ecartico (University of Amsterdam)
13h00 Panel I: circulation of artists
Moderator: Maarten Prak (Utrecht University)
Painters on the move: building an artistic career in the Low Countries
David Van Der Linden (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Gilles Coignet, a painter from Antwerp in Italy, Amsterdam and Hamburg
Barbara Uppenkamp (Universität Kassel)
‘Dutch’ and ‘Flemish’ exchanges outside the Low Countries: immigrant artists meet in Madrid
Abigail Newman (Princeton University)
Career choices of immigrants/emigrants in Amsterdam and Antwerp: the Van Nieulandt brothers
Eric Jan Sluijter (University of Amsterdam)
16h00 Drinks
Pipelines in early modern cultural industries: cross-border art trade in the Low Countries
Claartje Rasterhoff (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Guilliam Forchondt and the artistic legacy of Flanders in Latin America
Sandra Van Ginhoven (Duke University)
Printmakers and publishers in Antwerp and Haarlem, 1580–1650: exchange and competition
Huigen Leeflang (Rijksprentenkabinet)
The Mechelen export industry: the impact of Mechelen painters on the Dutch art scene
Hans Van Miegroet (Duke University)
13h00 Lunch
14h00 Panel III: circulation of ideas
Moderator: Katlijne Van Der Stighelen (Catholic University of Leuven)
Rubenism in the Low Countries: artistic exchange between Rubens and Dutch history painters, 1609–1631
Karolien De Clippel and Marloes Hemmer (Utrecht University)
Forging a Netherlandish academy: Michael Sweerts and the exchange of academic ideas in the Low
Countries
Lara Yeager-Crasselt (Catholic University of America)
The kitchen piece in the Northern and the Southern Netherlands, 1590–1630: continuous interaction,
different developments
Zoran Kwak (University of Amsterdam)
16h30 Closing remarks
Peter Hecht (Utrecht University)
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