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Proceedings of CODART TWEE symposia of Dutch and Flemish art in Russia and new edition of bibliography of Russian museum catalogues placed on

The long-awaited proceedings of the CODART TWEE symposia on Dutch and Flemish art in Russia have finally appeared. This publication on Internet is accompanied by a new edition of the invaluable Bibliography of Russian collection catalogues of Dutch and Flemish art. by Marijcke van Dongen-Mathlener and Bernard Vermet.

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Dutch and Flemish art in Russia: Contents

Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann (New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, retired), Introduction

Marina Senenko (State Pushkin Museum, Moscow), Late 19th-century private collections in Moscow and their fate between 1918 and 1924

Xenia Egorova † (State Pushkin Museum, Moscow), Prince Paul Viazemsky and his Gothic Hall

Alexei Larionov (State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg), Dutch and Flemish old master drawings in the Hermitage: a brief history of the collection

Irina Sokolova (State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg), The perception of Rembrandt and his work in Russia

Vadim Sadkov (State Pushkin Museum, Moscow), Dutch and Flemish paintings in Russian provincial museums: history and highlights

Rudi Ekkart (Netherlands Institute for Art History, The Hague), Russian collections of Dutch and Flemish art in art history in the west


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