Art and Allegiance in the Dutch Golden Age: The Ambitions of a Wealthy Widow in a Painted Chamber by Ferdinand Bol (Paperback)

Margriet Van Eikema Hommes

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Language: English . Brand New Book. In the early 1650s Ferdinand Bol produced a series of wall-covering paintings. This painted chamber is a unique example of a branch of the art of painting which was extremely popular in the seventeenth century, although hardly any of it now remains. Bol s ensemble has always been surrounded by mysteries. Who was the initial owner, what was the reason for its commission and how were the ceiling-high canvases originally placed? Through a combination of material-technical research and archival, stylistic, iconographic and cultural-historical investigation these questions have for the first time been given convincing answers. This book, with Bol s unique ensemble in the lead role, is the account of an exciting (art) historical quest. The journey begins with apparently insignificant damage to the canvases and small remnants of old paint and varnish, passing via Biblical, classical and contemporary history to its eventual destination in the remarkable life of a particularly ambitious Utrecht widow.The reader becomes familiar with the religious beliefs, ideals and social ambitions of a remarkable woman, and sees close-up how, through Bol s paintings, she was able to give literal expression to her endeavours in the turbulent Utrecht in the middle of the Golden Age. N° de réf. du libraire

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In the 1660s, Ferdinand Bol, one of Rembrandt’s most famous students, painted a set of five wall-sized canvases for a wealthy Calvinist widow from Utrecht. His patron chose the themes of each painting, so that each piece reflected her own political and religious convictions. Thus Bol’s work is a powerful tool for both the art and cultural historian, providing insight into the historical milieu of the seventeenth-century Netherlands. Margriet van Eikema Hommes brings this exceptional commission to life using the recent restoration of canvases to perform a “forensic” investigation, and integrating archival research, new scientific techniques for identification, and iconological analysis.

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Margriet van Eikema Hommes is an art historian. She is an assistant professor at the Delft University of Technique and senior researcher at the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands.

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Date d'édition : 2012
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