Articles

To make Jordaens and Van Dyck research as accessible as possible, JVDPPP is publishing English translations of important out of copyright articles and texts, or in-copyright articles with the author’s permission, for the first time, as well as its own new research and findings.

The Antwerp panel-makers and their marks

Originally published by Jan Van Damme in Jaarboek of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp (1990). Updated by Ingrid Moortgat and Piet Bakker, edited by Joost Vander Auwera, with an introduction, and Justin Davies.

Translated by Michael Lomax, 2018
© Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project.

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De Antwerpse tafereelmakers en hun merken: identificatie en betekenis

Jan van Damme in Jaarboek of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp (1990).

Republished with the permission of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp.

Available in an online version and a downloadable PDF file.

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History of the Antwerp School of Painting - Van Dyck

F. Jos Van den Branden
Deputy-Archivist of the City of Antwerp
Drukkerij J.-E. Buschmann, Rijnpoortvest, Antwerp, 1883

Translated by Michael Lomax, 2018
© Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project.

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History of the Antwerp School of Painting - Jordaens

F. Jos Van den Branden
Deputy-Archivist of the City of Antwerp
Drukkerij J.-E. Buschmann, Rijnpoortvest, Antwerp, 1883

Translated by Michael Lomax, 2018
© Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project.

 

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A Painter's Portrait: Van Dyck’s Portrait of Pieter Soutman

Justin Davies – March 2018
The subject of Sir Anthony van Dyck’s Portrait of a Man, one of the Flemish Baroque portrait masterpieces in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, has been identified by the JVDPPP as the Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver Pieter Soutman.

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Ein Maler als Modell: Van Dycks Porträt von Pieter Soutman

Justin Davies March 2018

German edition published by the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna with additional text and images on its appearance before cutting down and its history in the gallery.

The subject of Sir Anthony van Dyck’s Portrait of a Man, one of the Flemish Baroque portrait masterpieces in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, has been identified by the JVDPPP as the Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver Pieter Soutman.

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