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Early Netherlandish drawings

Exhibition: 24 June 2002

In 2002, Flanders will witness a unique combination of exhibitions devoted to Flemish art of the Middle Ages. To accompany the show of early Netherlandish drawing in Antwerp, Marvels of Delight will host an international symposium.

24 June 2002 Kolveniershof, Antwerp – Belgium

Introduction

To mark the various exhibitions in Antwerp devoted to Flemish medieval art, Marvels of Delight is organising an international research conference, in collaboration with the Centrum voor de Vlaamse Kunst van de 16de en 17de eeuw (Centre for 16th- and 17th-Century Flemish Art) and the Rubenianum. On 24 June 2002 specialists from across the world will report on the current state of research into the drawings of the Flemish Primitives.

The symposium will begin with an introduction by Prof. Dr. Fritz Koreny (Vienna University and the Corpus der deutschen und niederl䮤ischen Zeichnungen 1350-1500). After the symposium participants will have an opportunity to visit the ‘Early Netherlandish Drawings from Jan van Eyck to Hieronymus Bosch? exhibition in the Rubenshuis.

The conference is intended for specialists attached to museums or university research centres, but is also open to other persons interested in this subject.

Date 24 june 2002

Location:

Rubenianum
Kolveniershof
Kolveniersstraat 20
B-2000 ANTWERP
Belgium
T + 32 3 20115 55 (not for information on the symposium)

Programme 24 June 2002

Morning

9.00-9.45 Registration and coffee
9.45 Welcome and introduction by Fritz Koreny (Universität Wien)
10.00 Eberhard König (Freie Universität Berlin): How did illuminators draw?
10.35 Maryan Ainsworth (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York): ‘… diverse patterns pertaining to the crafts of painters and illuminators ..’: Gerard David and the Bening Workshop
11.10 Coffee break
11.40 Stephanie Buck (Das Städel, Frankfurt): The impact of Hugo van der Goes as a draughtsman
12.15 Michaela Krieger (Universität Wien): The Transfiguration in the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam (Inv. Nr.124v)

Afternoon

14.30 Fritz Koreny (Universität Wien): Überlegungen zu Vrancke van der Stockt als Zeichner
15.00 Georg Zeman (Universität Wien): Die Verspottung Christi im königlichen Kupferstichkabinett Kopenhagen
15.30 Erwin Pokorny (Universität Wien): Boschs Krüppel Bemerkungen zu Musterblä´´ern der Bosch-Nachfolge
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 Kristin Lohse Belkin (Independent scholar, Highland Park, NJ, USA): Rubens and Early Netherlandish Art
17.00 Ursula Härting (Independent scholar, Hamm, Germany): van Meester Quinten – na Meester Quinten: The Appreciation of Flemish Primitives in Seventeenth-Century Flemish Cabinets
17.45 Conclusions and final remarks by Fritz Koreny

Evening

18.00-21.00 Visit to the ‘Early Netherlandish Drawings from Jan van Eyck to Hieronymus Bosch’ exhibition in the Rubenshuis, with reception
21.00 (Optional) departure by bus to Bruges, for follow-on conference on the paintings of the Flemish Primitives

Registration

Please fill in and return the attached registration form to the address or fax number given. N.B.: Given the limited time available, it is possible that your registration will not be confirmed.

payment

The registration fee for the Early Netherlandish Drawings conference is 35 euros.

A preferential rate of 10 euros is available to students enclosing a copy of their student card with the registration form.

Means of payment:

– cash at registration desk – N.B. cheques are not accepted
– transfer to account no: 409-7585701-54 (account holder: Financieel Beheer Promotie Stad Antwerpen vzw) at bank: KBC Rockox, address: Eiermarkt 20, B-2000 Antwerp (SWIFT address: KRED BE BB). Please add the reference ‘conference 24 June 2002 + +++participant’s family and first name’

The conference organiser is not responsible for identifying amounts transferred without mention of the participant’s name. All bank transfer charges are to be covered by the registrant, as the conference organiser will not accept these.

not included

You should arrange your own transport to and accommodation in Antwerp, as these are not included in the registration fee.

extra

Each participant will have free access to the Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten and all municipal museums in Antwerp on 25 and 26 June on presentation of the symposium badge (which you will receive at registration Monday morning) at the museum entrance desk.

Pratical information

Conference language: English
6 lectures will be given in English, 3 in German, as indicated by the language of the title in the programme.

Travel

Special conditions for a number of destinations are available from SN Brussels Airlines
T +32 2 723 23 16, mentioning the access code: 062002

Accomodation

Hotel rooms can be reserved through Flandria Reizen
contact person: Silvie Mollekens
T +32 3 633 55 25 F +32 3 633 55 26 E silvie@flandriareizen.be

More information

Aafje D’hooge
Antwerpen Open
Wapper 2
B-2000 Antwerp
Belgium
T + 32 3 224 85 38
E aafje.dhooge@heerlijkeprimitieven.be
See also: www.flemishprimitives.be

Registration from Early Netherlands Drawings

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hereby registers for:

[ ] 24 June: conference Early Netherlandish Drawings (€ 35 – students: € 10)

[ ] 24 June 21.00: bus to Bruges (free of charge for conference participants)

means of payment

[ ] cash on registration

[ ] bank transfer to account no 409-7585701-54

account holder: Financieel Beheer Promotie Stad Antwerpen vzw
bank: KBC Rockox
address: Eiermarkt 20, 2000 Antwerp
SWIFT address: KRED BE BB
mentioning the reference: ‘Conference 24 June 2002 + participant’s family and first name’

Please fill in this form, tear it off and mail or fax it to:
Aafje D’hooge
Antwerpen Open
Wapper 2
B-2000 Antwerp
Belgium
F + 32 3 470 19 58

Otherwise, you can e-mail all the necessary details to aafje.dhooge@heerlijkeprimitieven.be or fill in the electronic form on our website www.flemishprimitives.be.

Page last updated on 31 May 2002