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ANTOON VAN DYCK (1599-1641) & ANTWERPEN/ANTOINE VAN DYCK & ANVERS (1599-1641)/ANTHONY VAN DYCK'S ANTWERP (1599-1641). Alfred Moir et al. Museum Plantin-Moretus and Stedelijk Prentenkabinet, Antwerp, 1991. Organized in association with Department of Art History, University of California, Santa Barbara. 414 pp. with 96 ills. (9 col.). 30 x 21 cm. Trilingual in Dutch, French and English.
Focused on Van Dyck's Iconography -- a series of portrait engravings of Flemish aristocrats, artists, statesmen and scholars -- this catalogue illuminates the character of the painter's native Antwerp during the early 1600s through a presentation of some 90 portraits, topographical views and landscapes by Van Dyck, Rubens, Jordaens and 15 other artists. Includes scholarly notes on the exhibited works (mostly prints after Van Dyck), biographical profiles of the featured artists, and eight essays examining Antwerp's cultural and political milieux, Van Dyck's early affiliation with Rubens's studio, the course of his international career, and the history and meaning of the Iconography.
Artist(s):Dyck, Anthony van
Indexing: Western, Europe — Belgium — 1600-1800 — Graphic Arts (Prints)
Plans: 01,06,07,13,15,19
Worldwide Number: 023365
Paperbound $47.50    

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