The Dutch Renaissance in a Straightjacket

Recent Research on Netherlandish Art and Architecture in the Netherlands

in Explorations in Renaissance Culture
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During the last decade, research on Renaissance art and architecture in the northern Netherlands has tried to overcome persistent late nineteenth-century concepts connected to the nation-state, and started to adopt more dynamic ideas of culture and the arts in the period between 1450 and 1620. Especially the geographical divide between Flanders and the Northern Netherlands is increasingly contested, and more attention is being paid to the exchange between the Netherlands and Italy. This more international outlook has resulted in publications on artists such as Adriaen de Vries and Abraham Bloemaert, and architects such as De Keyser. Still, this field is overshadowed by the public attention paid to the Dutch Golden Age, and its essentialist interpretation continues to have an impact on the way the preceding period is studied. As a result, there still exists a rather fragmented idea of what ‘Renaissance’ means with respect to the arts in the Netherlands.

The Dutch Renaissance in a Straightjacket

Recent Research on Netherlandish Art and Architecture in the Netherlands

in Explorations in Renaissance Culture

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Ottenheym“Palladio’s Quattro Libri” 332.

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    Hieronymus Cock after Maarten van Heemskerk, The statue court of the Palazzo della Valle - Capranica. Engraving, 29 × 42 cm, 1553

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    Abraham Bloemaert, Landscape with the Ministry of John the Baptist. Oil on canvas, 139 × 188 cm, ca. 1600

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    Colyn de Nole (and workshop), Funeral monument of Reinoud III van Brederode and Philippote van der Marck. Limestone, 177 × 255 × 286 cm, ca. 1540–1542

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    Daniel Stalpaert, Amstelodami veteris et novissimae urbis accuratissima delineatio (Map of Amsterdam). Engraving, 49 × 58 cm, 1662

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