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Selected publications

Schilderkunst Oude Meesters (1988)

The 1988 catalogue of paintings of the Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp (KMSKA). In cooperation with the KMSKA, CODART has scanned a copy of this important publication - that has been out of print for several years already - to make it availabe to anyone interested.
Browse the online catalogue

The Dutch world of painting (1986)

This catalogue accompanied the exhibition organized by the Netherlands Office for Fine Arts (now succeeded by the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage) and the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1986. The author, Gary Schwartz, and the organizers of the exhibition have released these materials to CODART free of charge. A transcribed version of this publication - with illustrations in black and white - can be browsed on this website. You are welcome to use this freeware for your work, as long as you credit the original source and the CODART website. Browse the online publication

A window on Dutch cultural organizations
for Russian art historians (2002)

This volume (in Russian only) came about as the result of the symposium A window on Dutch cultural organizations for Russian art historians, organized by CODART and the Foundation for Cultural Inventory on 11 and 12 September 1999. Representatives of eleven cultural institutions from the Netherlands, Belgium and France introduce their institutions and explain what they might mean for their Russian colleagues.

 A window on Dutch cultural organizations for Russian art historians
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Publications concerning museum collections in:

Brazil

Pinturas Holandesas & Flamengas - Museu Nacional de Belas Artes

Czech Republic

Publications concerning museum collections of Dutch and Flemish art

Denmark

Publication concerning a museum collection of Flemish art

Germany

Publications concerning museum collections of Dutch and Flemish art

Poland

Publications concerning museum collections of Dutch and Flemish art

Russia

Catalogues of Dutch and Flemish paintings in Russian museums

Antwerpse retabels, 15de-16de eeuw

In 1993 in the Cathedral of Our Lady Antwerp the exhibition Antwerpse Retabels, 15de-16de eeuw (Antwerpen Altarpieces, 15th-16th century) was held, accompanied by a publication in two volumes. Volume II: Essays was sold out within a couple of weeks and has been hard to obtain ever since. Editor Hans Nieuwdorp has been so kind as to make available a pdf print of this volume to CODART.
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On-line catalogue Brukenthal Museum, Sibiu, Romania

Digitized version of Michael Csaki, Baron Brukenthalisches Museum in Hermannstadt: Führer durch die Gemäldegalerie, Hermannstadt (Sibiu) 1909. In cooperation with the Brukenthal Museum, CODART has digitized a copy of this important publication to make it availabe to anyone interested.
Browse the online catalogue
See also the provisional list drawn up in 2000

Bibliography of Russian collection catalogues
of Dutch and Flemish art (2005)

This bibliography lists the catalogues of contemporary and former private and public collections in all states of the former Soviet Union with holdings in art from the Low Countries. It was compiled by the Foundation for Cultural Inventory (SCI) in Amsterdam for the CODART TWEE congress and study trip in 1999 and updated in 2005 for this online publication.
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Lending to Europe (2004)

Lending to Europe. Recommendations on collection mobility for European museums, April 2005. A report produced by an independent group of experts, set up by the European Union following the conference Museum collections on the Move, The Hague, 28-29 October 2004

Lending to Europe
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Dutch and Flemish art in Russia (2005)

This publication proceeds from the CODART TWEE congress in Amsterdam, 14-16 March 1999, organized by CODART, in cooperation with the Foundation for Cultural Inventory. Essays by Marina Senenko, Xenia Egorova, Alexei Larionov, Irina Sokolova, Vadim Sadkov and Rudi Ekkart, with illustrations.

Dutch and Flemish art in Russia
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