Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641)

JVDPPP continually publishes its research on panel paintings related to Anthony Van Dyck, as well as translations of important out of copyright articles and texts. Listed below are the documents related to the artists, the articles JVDPPP published on Van Dyck and the recent panels the project examined.

Panels related to Van Dyck

Listed below is a selection of the most recently examined panels related to Anthony Van Dyck. All panels related to Anthony Van Dyck and the accompanying dendrochronological and archival data are available in the Summary Catalogue of Anthony Van Dyck.

James the Great
James the Great
62.0 x 46.0 cm
Private Collection on loan to the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
The Virgin and Child
The Virgin and Child
146.7 x 110.4 cm
Fitzwilliam Museum
Portrait of a Lady with a Parrot
Portrait of a Lady with a Parrot
121.8 x 87.8 cm
The Phoebus Foundation
Portrait of the Artist
Portrait of the Artist
25.8 x 19.5 cm
Gemädegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Künste

Archival research

This section includes archival research on the key moments of Anthony Van Dyck’s life and the panel paintings he made. For example, the baptism records and the notarial will of the artist are included as well as a ‘Saint George’ by Van Dyck that is mentioned in the inventory of Rubens. All documents are scanned, partially transcribed and translated into English. Documents are sorted chronologically from earliest to latest.

Articles and texts

To make 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.