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CAA in Dallas: Talks on Dutch/Flemish Art

From 20 to 24 February, the College Art Association is holding its 96th Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas. CODART members attending the conference will want to go to the business meeting and reception of Historians of Netherlandish Art (HNA). This will be a lunch buffet on Friday, February 22, 12:30-2:00 pm, in the City View 7 Room of the Adam’s Mark Hotel, 400 North Olive Street.

From the online program, CODART has extracted the following sessions and talks on Dutch/Flemish art.

Art History Open Session: Northern Renaissance Art

Wednesday, February 20, 2:30 PM–5:00 PM
Austin Ballroom 2, 2nd Floor, Adam’s Mark Hotel
Chair: Jeffrey Chipps Smith, University of Texas, Austin


Eve and Adam: Investigating the Prototypes’ Prototypes: Jan van Eyck, Hugo van der Goes, Albrecht Dürer
Carol J. Purtle, University of Memphis

The Influence of Technical Analyses on the Study of Jan van Eyck
Noëlle Streeton, University College, London

Open Sesame: On the Openings and Closings of Early Netherlandish Triptychs and Their Impact on Meaning
Lynn F. Jacobs, University of Arkansas

Reading Northern Narratives: Hans Memling’s Scenes from the Advent and Triumph of Christ
Sally W. Coleman, University of Texas, Austin

The Ideal Flemish City as a Living Panorama to Frame Early Netherlandish Art
Hans J. Van Miegroet, Duke University

Historians of Netherlandish Art

Gender and the Market in Netherlandish Art

Thursday, February 21, 9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Houston Ballroom C, 3rd Floor, Adam’s Mark Hotel
Chairs: Alison M. Kettering, Carleton College; Lisa Rosenthal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign


Stimulating Desire, Negotiating the Market: Frans van Mieris’s “Cloth Shop” in Context
Angela Ka-Yan Ho, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

    Marketing and Masculinity: Van Dyck among the Daughters of Lycomedes
Suzanne Walker, Tulane University

Pennies from Heaven: Men, Money, and Morality in Northern Renaissance Art
Diane Wolfthal, University of Arizona

Gendered Economies: Masculine Markets and Feminine Reproduction in Early Modern Art
James Bloom
Vanderbilt University

Cornelis Ketel, Fingerpainter: Procreation and Profit in Perspective c. 1600
H. Perry Chapman, University of Delaware

Parody and Festivity

Saturday, February 23, 9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Dallas Ballroom C, 1st Floor, Adam’s Mark Hotel
Chair: David R. Smith, University of New Hampshire


Exuberant Gluttony: Bruegel’s Overeaters
Yemi Onafuwa, Columbia University

The Early Modern Lottery in the Netherlands: Charity as Festival and Parody
Jane Kromm, Purchase College, State University of New York

Bean Kings and Brawling Priests: Pairing Ephiphany and Easter in Baroque Haarlem
Kimberlee A. Cloutier-Blazzard
, independent scholar, Gloucester, Massachusetts

Art History Open Session: 17th- and 18th-Century European Art, Part II

Saturday, February 23, 2:30 PM–5:00 PM
Dallas Ballroom B, 1st Floor, Adam’s Mark Hotel
Chair: Babette Bohn, Texas Christian University


Reevaluating the Late Lievens
Lloyd K. DeWitt, Philadelphia Museum of Art