Godefridus Schalcken
Titel
Godefridus Schalcken
Subtitel
A Dutch Painter in Late Seventeenth-Century London
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€ 99,00
ISBN
9789462987111
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Hardback
Aantal pagina's
272
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
17 x 24 cm
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List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction Chap. 1: Haberdashers, Barristers, and a Young Musician; Situating Schalcken in Late Seventeenth-Century London Chap. 2: Schalcken's Maecenas and the Court of William III Chap. 3: Self-Portraiture as Self Promotion Chap. 4: Schalcken's London-Period Genre Paintings Chap. 5: Schalcken's London-Period History and Still-Life Paintings Conclusion Appendix Critical Catalogue, Lost Paintings, and Checklist Bibliography Index
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"The 1690s are a fascinating but little-studied moment in the transformation of London's art trade and this short book, which makes extensive use of newly-available archival sources, is a welcome attempt to make sense of the time the leading Dutch painter Godfried Schalcken (1643-1706) spent in the city between 1692 and 1696. Wayne Franits describes convincingly Schalcken's attempts to establish himself in London." - Richard Stephens, *The Burlington Magazine*, December 2019 "Franits here identifies Schalcken's key English patrons, and gives an entirely convincing account of the ways in which his art responded to their demands. His original archival work clarifies the patterns of patronage operating at that time. This material has not been seriously investigated before= Well-researched, thorough, and well-written." -- Christopher Brown, Professor of Netherlandish Art, University of Oxford

Wayne Franits

Godefridus Schalcken

A Dutch Painter in Late Seventeenth-Century London

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In his own day, Godefridus Schalcken (1643—1706) was an internationally renowned Dutch painter, but little is known about the four years that he spent in London. Using newly discovered documents, this book provides the first comprehensive examination of Schalcken’s activities there. The author analyses Schalcken’s strategic appropriations of English styles, his attempts to exploit gaps in the art market, and his impact on tastes in London’s milieu. Five chapters survey his art during these years, concluding with a critical catalogue of all his London-period work.
Auteur

Wayne Franits

Wayne Franits is Distinguished Professor of Art History at Syracuse University. Among his numerous publications are monographs on Dirck van Baburen and Johannes Vermeer and an edited volume of historiographical essays on Dutch seventeenth-century art.