Jordaens Van Dyck Journal

The Jordaens Van Dyck Journal publishes the wide-ranging findings of the international and multidisciplinary Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project. The four-part series will be available as an online open-access publication with print-on-demand availability. The first issue appeared in July 2021.

Issue 2 (December 2021)

Articles

  • Ingrid Moortgat: Close family and guild ties: the Gabron dynasty of panel makers in seventeenth-century Antwerp
  • Justin Davies: Van Dyck’s use of panels made by the Gabron family: occurrences and new findings
  • Joost Vander Auwera: The 1660–1661 Antwerp court case about a series of Van Dyck’s Apostles: two new documents and some reflections on the course of justice and the potential for new discoveries
  • Joost Vander Auwera: The 1660–1661 court case on the Apostles series by Van Dyck: A Who’s Who of the Antwerp artistic scene in the post-Rubens and post-Van Dyck era
  • Andrea Seim: The Remigius van Leemput series in the Royal Collection: its importance for dating small panels
  • Justin Davies: The impact of JVDPPP’s dendrochronological findings for the dating and attribution of the small panels related to Van Dyck’s Iconography
  • Justin Davies: Anthony Van Dyck, his panels and panel makers: identifications and patterns
  • Joost Vander Auwera: Jordaens’s re-use and enlargement of panels in light of the studio practices and art theory of his day: the example of The Adoration of the Shepherds in Bristol
  • Justin Davies: The Adoration of the Shepherds: now found to have hung in Jordaens’s house in Antwerp
  • Alexis Merle du Bourg & Rafaella Besta: Reflections on the history of Van Dyck’s “Böhler Apostles”
  • Joost Vander Auwera: An Old Woman in the Fitzwilliam Museum: Jordaens not Van Dyck

Issue 1 (July 2021)

Articles

  • Sara Mateu: Seventeenth-century Antwerp panels in context
  • Justin Davies and Ingrid Moortgat: Notes on the Panel Makers’ Petition of 13 November 1617 with their marks
  • Andrea Seim et al.: Dendrochronology as a tool for studying panelpaintings – background, strengths and limitations
  • Joost Vander Auwera: Jacques Jordaens and his use of panels: an introduction
  • Justin Davies: Anthony Van Dyck and his use of panels: an introduction
  • Alexis Merle du Bourg: Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens in the collection of the French painter Hyacinthe Rigaud (1659–1743)
  • Ingrid Moortgat: New evidence of Rubens’s renovation of his Antwerp house (Rubenshuis) in 1615
  • James Innes-Mulraine: ‘Mr Pullenbrooke and Mr Kernings two Dutchmen and servants to his said late Majesty’: New information on Cornelis van Poelenbergh and Alexander Keirincx
  • Justin Davies: The red wax seal of Jan-Baptista I Anthoine (1624–1691), the Postmaster-General of Antwerp and his collection of Van Dyck paintings