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Dr. Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj Curator of Old Masters, Het Noordbrabants Museum in Den Bosch, The Netherlands


Member of CODART since 2021

Member of CODART from 2012 through 2013 and associate member of CODART in 2020

Areas of specialization

  • 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting
  • Early modern cabinets, especially Antwerp kunstkasten
  • Paintings on copper and stone
  • Relationships between art and nature

Exhibitions curated since 1999

CODART publications

Dr. Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj, “Experiencing the Wonder of Gouda in the Saint John’s Church”, CODARTfeatures, April 2022.

Selected publications


Brueghel: The Family Reunion
Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj (ed.)
Zwolle (WBOOKS), 2023

“(Re)Framing a Family: Five Generations of Brueghel”
Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj
Essay in Brueghel: The Family Reunion, Zwolle (WBOOKS), 2023, pp. 17-53.


“Twee kanten van dezelfde medaille: dubbelzijdige altaarstukken van Pieter Pietersz. en Pieter Pourbus in Museum Gouda”
Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj
Article in Tidinge: Speciale editie over Beleef het Wonder van Gouda (2022), pp. 17-25.


“Stone Surfaces and Materialities of Marble in 17th-Century Flemish Painting”, “Wilhelm van Ehrenberg, Jesuit Church in Antwerp” and “Follower of Hendrick van Balen, Bathsheba”
Essay and two entries in Paintings on Stone: Art, Science and the Sacred 1520-1800, catalogue of an exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum
Munich (Hirmer) 2020


“Painting on Stone and Metal: Material Meaning and Innovation in Northern European Art”
Essay in Almost Eternal: Paintings on Stone and Material Innovation, edited by Piers Baker-Bates and Elena Calvillo, pp. 248-269
Leiden (Brill) 2018

More selected publications by Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj (PDF file, 2023)

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