CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

About CODART membership

  • Contact with colleague curators in hundreds of museums worldwide.
  • Right to attend the annual congresses.
  • Opportunity to apply for participation in CODARTfocus meetings and study trips.
  • Subscription to e-mail notification services.
  • Page on, including space for your list of publications on Dutch and Flemish art.

After you receive an invoice for your contribution, you can pay the fee using the options we offer at our the contributions page.

Write us an e-mail or click the link ‘Send CODART a comment on this page’ at the bottom of your page.

As a museum, you can be listed on the CODART directory of museums with Dutch and Flemish art on this website if you care for a collection with a significant share of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and/or applied arts originating in the Low Countries. Although CODART is not restricted to “old” art, in practice it focuses on art from ca. 1350 to 1750. This follows the profile of most museum collections, which have galleries and specialized curators for Dutch and Flemish art of this period but not for later ones.

As a museum with CODART members on staff you can also pay a voluntary contribution to CODART. Museums supporting CODART with 1.000 euro or more are listed as an Institutional Member on the CODART website and in publications. Naturally, members who work for an Institutional Member are not required to pay their membership dues. See the Institutional Membership page for more information.

Any individual or institution who is interested in CODART and would like to support our work can join the Friends of CODART Foundation and become a Friend, Donor, Patron, or Business Sponsor. See the webpage Friends of CODART for more information.

See our other FAQ pages for additional information about CODART, Dutch and Flemish art, CODART’s work, CODART events, our publications, the Friends of CODART Foundation, the mailing lists we offer, and this website.