RKD Netherland Institute for art History
Having appeared on paper for 135 years without interruption, Oud Holland is reinventing itself in 2018. The editorial board has been strengthened with the addition of more scholars and an online platform for Oud Holland is under construction. The scope of the journal will be expanded to include nineteenth-century art as well as art from the Southern Netherlands and Belgium. Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries is ready for the next generation of art-historical research.
The current issue of Oud Holland concerns the studio of Jacob de Wet (1610-1675), a little master who ran a large, high production workshop.
Through archival documents and painstaking analysis of the use of motifs in a large number of paintings, the author shows how models were invented in De Wet's studio. All this in order to realise maximum profit from a minimum outlay of effort.
Content Oud Holland 2018, no. 2:
Angela JagerThe workshop of Jacob de Wet (1610-1675) and his mass production of history painting
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Oud Holland is published under the auspices of the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History. The editorial board consists of Elmer Kolfin (editor-in-chief, RKD / University of Amsterdam), Menno Jonker (managing editor, RKD), Jan Dirk Baetens (Radboud University), Yvonne Bleyerveld (RKD), Yvette Bruijnen (independent art historian), Edwin Buijsen (Mauritshuis), Nils Büttner (Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design), Volker Manuth (Radboud University), Tine Luk Meganck (Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium).