|Statement||edited by Donald Haks and Marie Christine van der Sman.|
|Contributions||Haks, Donald, 1949-, Sman, Marie Christine van der., Vermeer, Johannes, 1632-1675., Haags Historisch Museum.|
|LC Classifications||ND653.V5 D88 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||96177705|
Each of the 35 paintings in the exhibition is represented in an excellent plate and large detail and receives a thorough discussion in light of Dutch society, economy, religion, and so forth. Also included is a complete catalog of Vermeer's works, consisting solely of title, color illustration, and collection, three to a page.5/5(2). Published in conjunction with the exhibition Communication: Visualizing the Human Connection in the Age of Vermeer (–12), which celebrates the th anniversary of the diplomatic exchanges between Japan and the Netherlands, this book connects the pictorial and the literary aspects of Dutch cultural traditions during the Golden Age. During the seventeenth century, Dutch artists were unparalleled in their dedication to depicting ordinary people doing everyday things. Genre painting was the preeminent expression of this dedication, offering candid glimpses into the peasant cottages and village courtyards of the Dutch Golden Age, each painting lit with the period's vibrant color palette and rich with radiant natural light. The Age Of Rembrandt And Vermeer book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book covers: Saenredam, an epitome of Dutch pa /5(4).
During that same period, the Dutch army and navy were much-feared combatants. Scientists working in the Dutch Republic were prominent participants in the Scientific Revolution. Dutch artists from this period, like Rembrandt and Vermeer, are household names even today. The history of the Dutch Golden Age is therefore of much more than local. In this book North examines the Dutch Golden Age, when Dutch society boasted Europe's greatest number of cities and highest literacy rate, unusually large numbers of publicly and privately owned art works, religious tolerance, and a highly structured and wide-ranging social network. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Communication: Visualizing the Human Connection in the Age of Vermeer (–), which celebrates the th anniversary of the diplomatic exchanges between Japan and the Netherlands, this book connects the pictorial and the literary aspects of Dutch cultural traditions during the Golden Age. Buy Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer 01 by Ronni Baer, Henk van Nierop (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book .
Johannes Vermeer (in Dutch, [vərˈmeːr]; in English, / v ɜːr ˈ m ɛər / or / v ɜːr ˈ m ɪər / vur-MEER, see below; October – December ), original name Jan Vermeer van Delft, was a Dutch Baroque Period painter who specialized in domestic interior scenes of middle class life. During his lifetime, he was a moderately successful provincial genre painter, recognized in Delft. The Dutch Republic in the 17th century was home to one of the greatest flowerings of painting in the history of Western art. Freed from the constraints of royal and church patronage, artists created a rich outpouring of works that circulated through an open market to patrons and customers at every level of Dutch society. The Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer: Dutch Painting in the Seventeenth Century by J. M Nash and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Dutch society in the age of Vermeer (De Hollandse samenleving in de tijd van Vermeer), Donald Haks and Marie Christine van der Sman eds., Haags Historisch Museum, Zwolle: Waanders Uitgevers, n.d. (), pp. Of the many books and exhibition catalogues that came out in the wake of the great Vermeer exhibition in the National Gallery of.