CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

Pokerfaced? Flemish and Dutch Baroque faces unveiled

symposium: 7 December - 8 December 2006

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Lectures

Jacques Bos (University of Amsterdam), Between Physiognomy and Pathognomy. Theoretical Perspectives on the Representation of Characters and Emotions in the Seventeenth Century

Ulrich Heinen (Bergische Universit√§t, Wuppertal), ‚ÄúVelum est timantis imago‚ÄĚ. The Portraits of Stoics and the Stoicism of Portraits

Bert Watteeuw (KU Leuven), Oppervlakkig of onderhuids? Over het psychologische portret en de psychologie van het portretteren (1600-1650)

Jan Dequekker (KU Leuven), A Physician’s View. Beyond the Curtains of Seventeenth-Century Flemish and Dutch Baroque Portraits

Herman Roodenburg (Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam), Netherlandish Baroque Portraits and Civil Conversation

Rudie van Leeuwen (Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen), The ‘Portrait Histori√©e’ in Religious Context and its Condemnation

Daantje Meuwissen (University of Utrecht), A Change in Tradition. The Seventeenth-Century Portraits in the Series with the Land Commanders of the Utrecht Bailiwick of the Teutonic Order

Karolien De Clippel (KU Leuven), Naked or Not Naked? Some Thoughts on Nudity and Portraiture in Seventeenth-Century Flemish Painting

Rudi Ekkart© (RKD, The Hague), Het portret van de schilder en ziijn familie. De familie Van Mierevelt geschilderd door Pieter Van Mierevelt

Bert Timmermans (KU Leuven), Het (familie-)portret als visuele stamboom en maatschappelijk gezicht bij de zeventiende-eeuwse Antwerpse elites

Ann Jensen Adams (UC, Santa Barbara), The Family Portrait ‘Histori√©’ and the Viewer in Narrative Time

Jeanine De Landtsheer (KU Leuven), Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). A Scholar and His European Network

Jeffrey Muller (Brown), Eucharist and Eternal Life. The Wardens of the Sacrament Chapel in the St Jacob’s Church Antwerp, Immortalised in their Group Portrait by Pieter Thys

Zirka Zaremba Filipczak (Williams College), Portraits of Women who ‚ÄúDo Not Love to be Lead by the Nose‚ÄĚ

Karen Hearn© (Tate Britain), Pregnancy Portraits in Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century England

Katlijne Van der Stighelen (KU Leuven), Portretten en hun perceptie. De barokke blik op het portret