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The Paintings of Karel du Jardin (1626–1678): Catalogue raisonné (OCULI: Studies in the Arts of the Low Countries) download epub

by Jennifer M. Kilian


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498 p. 229 bl/wh ills. Luuk Pijl in The Burlington Magazine, February 2006. This long anticipated study will fill a lacuna in our knowledge of the Dutch Italianate painters.

498 p. For Du Jardin is clearly one of the most important masters of this auspicious group. Kilian’s monograph readily demonstrates this and will thus be considered the standard study on this artist for decades to come. Professor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University.

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It comprises six chapters outlining Du Jardin's life, his reception, his patrons, portraits, history paintings and landscapes, followed by a conclusion, a list of documents, and a catalogue raisonn� of his approximately 158 autographs painting The Paintings of Karel du Jardin (1626 Amsterdam-Venice 1678) is the first monograph devoted to this talented and versatile artist. The Paintings of Karel Du Jardin, 1626-1678: Catalogue Raisonne (Studies in the Arts of the Low Countries). 1556192738 (ISBN13: 9781556192739).

Karel Dujardin (1626-1678) - artwork prices, pictures and values. Literatur Kilian, Jennifer . The paintings of Karel Du Jardin 1626-1678. Even in her excellent study on Karel Dujardin, Jenifer M. Kilian was unable to find out any details concerning the artist's apprenticeship. One secure fact is that he was married in Paris in 1649.

Karel du Jardin, University of Köln, 1958, p. 100; Kilian, . The Paintings of Karel Dujardin 1626-1678.

In late landscapes such as this one, painted during his productive stay in Italy between 1675 and 1678, Dujardin abandoned the painstaking naturalism of his early works in favour of a broader, more emphatic style and what Kilian calls a 'smokier' palette. Dujardin was highly regarded in his lifetime and his smooth, detailed and precise finish appealed strongly to collectors. Karel du Jardin, University of Köln, 1958, p. Catalogue Raisonné, Amsterdam and Philadelphia, 2005, p. 223, cat no. 150, ill. p. 397. Notes.

The paintings of Karel Du Jardin, 1626-1678. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The paintings of Karel Du Jardin, 1626-1678 from your list? The paintings of Karel Du Jardin, 1626-1678. Published 2005 by John Benjamins Pub. in Amsterdam, Philadelphia, PA. Written in English. Catalogues raisonnés, Criticism and interpretation. Karel Dujardin (1622-1678).

Kilian, Jennifer . Catalogue Raisonné ( Oculi 8), Amsterdam & Philadelphia 2005, p. 205, no. 109, illus. 377 no. 87. Although Karel Dujardin is more well-known for his Italian and Dutch landscapes, he also painted a number of imposing, mysterious religious and mythological scenes (J. M. Kilian) and a small number of quite impressive portraits.

Published: 28 February 2005. by John Benjamins Publishing Company. in Joachim Patinir: Landscape as an image of the Pilgrimage of Life. Joachim Patinir: Landscape as an image of the Pilgrimage of Life ; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.

Karel du Jardin 1626-1678, Jennifer M. Kilian, p. 19, fi. The paintings of Karel du Jardin (1626-1678), Jennifer M. Kilian, ca. r. 19, fig. 6. The paintings of Karel Du Jardin 1626-1678 : catalogue raisonné, ca. Opus sacrum : catalogue of the exhibition from the collection of Barbara Piasecka Johnson, Józef Grabski, ca. Catalogue de tableaux anciens provenant de la collection de feu m. le Chevalier W. Gockinga, de Groninque, Amsterdam (Van Pappelendam & Schouten), 14 augustus 1883, p. 10, nr. 34. 'Berichten en mededeelingen', De Nederlandsche Spectator (1883), p. 251, 267.

M. Kilian, The paintings of Karel Du Jardin, 1626-1678: catalogue raisonné, Philadelphia, 2005, p. 228, no. B8, under 'Problematic Attributions,' pl. 136. Exhibited. Contemporary biographies of Karel du Jardin provide conflicting details of his youth. He was born in Amsterdam, and may have studied with either Nicolaes Berchem or Paulus Potter. He spent the 1640s and 1650s in Rome, where he entered the most elevated artistic circles and was sought after by both Italian and English cognoscenti. By 1656 du Jardin was back in The Hague, serving as commissioner of the Guild of Saint Luke.

The Paintings of Karel du Jardin (1626 Amsterdam–Venice 1678) is the first monograph devoted to this talented and versatile artist. It comprises six chapters outlining Du Jardin’s life, his reception, his patrons, portraits, history paintings and landscapes, followed by a conclusion, a list of documents, and a catalogue raisonné of his approximately 158 autographs paintings, as well as doubtful and rejected works.Celebrated in his own lifetime by poets and playwrights, and known primarily for his luminous Italianate landscape paintings, he also produced a modest number of elegant and aristocratising portraits of Amsterdam’s patrician and merchant elites, along with stunning and recondite history paintings. Never fully studied before, these works have been carefully researched, with much new or additional provenance, and are discussed in terms of their content and meaning; at times unusual and innovative. They are set within the context of artistic developments both in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as Du Jardin’s own life, now fully reconstructed with a wealth of new archival material, and that of his circle of well-to-do, educated patrons and buyers, who turned out to share certain notions of civility and honnêteté.
The Paintings of Karel du Jardin (1626–1678): Catalogue raisonné (OCULI: Studies in the Arts of the Low Countries) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Jennifer M. Kilian
ISBN: 1556192738
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company (February 28, 2005)
Pages: 498 pages