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The Resource Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750, edited by Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet

Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750, edited by Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet

Label
Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750
Title
Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750
Statement of responsibility
edited by Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • De Marchi, Neil
  • Miegroet, Hans J. van
Series statement
Studies in European urban history 1100-1800
Series volume
6
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Painting
Label
Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750, edited by Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 407-438) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Natasja Peeters
  • Works of art competing with other goods in seventeenth-century Dutch inventories
  • J. Michael Montias
  • Owning paintings and changes in consumer preferences in the Low Countries, seventeenth-eighteenth centuries
  • Bruno Blondé
  • &
  • Veerle De Laet.
  • Pt. II. Rules and market practices.
  • Selling paintings in late medieval Bruges: marketing customs and guild regulations compared
  • Peter Stabel
  • Introduction
  • Institutional controls and the retail of paintings: the painters' guild of early modern Venice
  • James E. Shaw
  • Troublesome business: dealing in Venice, 1600-1700
  • Isabella Cecchini
  • Artists' responses to the emergence of markets for paintings in Spain, c. 1600
  • Miguel Falomir
  • Dutch guilds and the threat of public sales
  • Ed Romein
  • &
  • Gerbrand Korevaar ;
  • Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet.
  • The
  • Antwerp guild of Saint Luke and the marketing of paintings, 1400-1700
  • Katlijne Van der Stighelen
  • &
  • Filip Vermeylen. --
  • Pt. I. Material culture and paintings.
  • Why painting
  • James J. Bloom
  • Paintings in Antwerp houses (1532-1567)
  • Maximiliaan P. J. Martens
  • &
  • Michael North.
  • Pt. IV. Creative dealing.
  • Painters marketing paintings in fifteenth and sixteenth-century Florence and Venice
  • Louisa Matthew
  • Antwerp and the Paris art market in the years 1620-1630
  • Mickaël Szanto
  • People and practices in the paintings trade of seventeenth-century Rome
  • Loredana Lorizzo
  • Dispelling negative perceptions: dealers promoting artists in seventeenth-century Naples
  • Christopher R. Marshall
  • Pt. III. Drawing connoisseurs into the market.
  • Transforming the Paris art market, 1718-1750
  • Neil De Marchi
  • &
  • Hans J. van Miegroet,
  • commentary by
  • Elliot Hauser
  • Entrepreneurial craftsmen in late sixteenth-century Augsburg
  • Andrew Morrall
  • Originals, reproductions, and a "particular taste" for pastiche in the seventeenth-century republic of painting
  • Maria H. Loh
  • Art and connoisseurship in the auction market of later seventeenth-century London
  • Brian Cowan
  • Auctions and the emergence of an art market in eighteenth-century Germany
Control code
FIEb13964859
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 458 pages
Isbn
9782503518305
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimile, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)68001954
Label
Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750, edited by Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 407-438) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Natasja Peeters
  • Works of art competing with other goods in seventeenth-century Dutch inventories
  • J. Michael Montias
  • Owning paintings and changes in consumer preferences in the Low Countries, seventeenth-eighteenth centuries
  • Bruno Blondé
  • &
  • Veerle De Laet.
  • Pt. II. Rules and market practices.
  • Selling paintings in late medieval Bruges: marketing customs and guild regulations compared
  • Peter Stabel
  • Introduction
  • Institutional controls and the retail of paintings: the painters' guild of early modern Venice
  • James E. Shaw
  • Troublesome business: dealing in Venice, 1600-1700
  • Isabella Cecchini
  • Artists' responses to the emergence of markets for paintings in Spain, c. 1600
  • Miguel Falomir
  • Dutch guilds and the threat of public sales
  • Ed Romein
  • &
  • Gerbrand Korevaar ;
  • Neil De Marchi & Hans J. van Miegroet.
  • The
  • Antwerp guild of Saint Luke and the marketing of paintings, 1400-1700
  • Katlijne Van der Stighelen
  • &
  • Filip Vermeylen. --
  • Pt. I. Material culture and paintings.
  • Why painting
  • James J. Bloom
  • Paintings in Antwerp houses (1532-1567)
  • Maximiliaan P. J. Martens
  • &
  • Michael North.
  • Pt. IV. Creative dealing.
  • Painters marketing paintings in fifteenth and sixteenth-century Florence and Venice
  • Louisa Matthew
  • Antwerp and the Paris art market in the years 1620-1630
  • Mickaël Szanto
  • People and practices in the paintings trade of seventeenth-century Rome
  • Loredana Lorizzo
  • Dispelling negative perceptions: dealers promoting artists in seventeenth-century Naples
  • Christopher R. Marshall
  • Pt. III. Drawing connoisseurs into the market.
  • Transforming the Paris art market, 1718-1750
  • Neil De Marchi
  • &
  • Hans J. van Miegroet,
  • commentary by
  • Elliot Hauser
  • Entrepreneurial craftsmen in late sixteenth-century Augsburg
  • Andrew Morrall
  • Originals, reproductions, and a "particular taste" for pastiche in the seventeenth-century republic of painting
  • Maria H. Loh
  • Art and connoisseurship in the auction market of later seventeenth-century London
  • Brian Cowan
  • Auctions and the emergence of an art market in eighteenth-century Germany
Control code
FIEb13964859
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 458 pages
Isbn
9782503518305
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimile, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)68001954

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