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Eva Geudeker, LLM, MA

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Eva Geudeker, LLM, MA
Curator of Fine Arts 1700-1900

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Curriculum vitae and duties

Eva Geudeker studied art history at the Vrije University in Amsterdam and did an internship as part of her study at the Rijksmuseum. After graduating she decided to specialise in the 19th-century Dutch Fine Arts. After working for the Hague Historical Museum for a short period Geudeker has been active since 2007 for the RKD-Netherlands Institute for Art History, working on the collection of nineteenth century Dutch and Flemish Fine Arts. She also manages the collection of eighteenth century Nederlandish genre paintings. She is currently working on her PhD research on the life and work of Cornelis Kruseman (1797-1857). Eva Geudeker is editor of the RKD Bulletin and secretary of The Gijselaar-Hintzen Fund.

Publications (selection) 

- ‘Haagse en Rotterdamse kunstenaars op reis in de eerste helft van de negentiende eeuw. Registers van afgegeven paspoorten voor het buitenland in het Haags Gemeentearchief en het Stadsarchief Rotterdam’ (te verschijnen in Oud-Holland eind 2016)
- 'Meesterwerken van de Haagse School. Collectie A.H. Bakker', Zwolle 2015
- 'Cornelis Kruseman (1797-1857): Schilder van Hemel, Aarde en Glorie', p. 29-59 in: M. van Heteren, Kruseman. Kunstbroeders uit de Romantiek [incl. entries], Zwolle 2014
- Entries written on the work of Jan Willem Pieneman, Jan-Baptiste Van der Hulst and Jan Adam
- Kruseman in: S. Craft-Giepmans, A. de Vries, 'Portret in portret in de Nederlandse kunst 1550-2012', Bussum 2012
- ‘Mythen van het atelier. Werkplaats en schilderpraktijk van de negentiende-eeuwse Nederlandse kunstenaar’, Zwolle 2010
- Entries written on the work of Jan Weissenbruch, Willem Roelofs, Willem Maris, Louis Apol and Paul Joseph Constantin Gabriël in: G. van der Ham, J. Reynaerts, R.-J. te Rijdt, 'Nederlandse Kunst 1800-1900', Zwolle 2009