On 1 and 2 December 2004 the Mauritshuis and the Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD) organized an international scholarly symposium in The Hague on the occasion of the exhibition Carel Fabritius (1622-1654). A selection of the lectures delivered at this symposium was recently published in a special double issue of the art-historical periodical Oud Holland, together with a number of essays which were written directly in response to the Fabritius exhibition and the accompanying catalogue.
This double issue is now offered to all members of CODART for the special discount price of € 20.00 (full price € 30.00) and can be ordered at email@example.com mentioning: ‘Fabritius issue Oud Holland: CODART offer’ and stating name and full adress.
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Contents of Oud Holland 119 (2006), no. 2/3:
– Rudi Ekkart and Edwin Buijsen, Carel Fabritius: Beyond the Exhibition
– Frederik J. Duparc, Results of the Recent Art-Historical and Technical Research on Carel Fabritius’s Early Work
– J. Bruyn, Fabritius’s Early Mythological Paintings in Paris Auctions 1764-1771
– Gero Seelig, The Dating of Fabritius’s Stay in Amsterdam
– Volker Manuth, A Note on Carel Fabritius’s Sentry in Schwerin
– Jonathan Bikker, Is the Rijksmuseum’s first ‘Rembrandt’ a Fabritius? Some Notes on The Beheading of John the Baptist
– Walter Liedtke, Women with Pearl Earrings: On Paintings Apparently by Carel Fabritius, in Hannover, Vaduz, and Amsterdam
– Peter Schatborn, Drawings Attributed to Carel Fabritius
– Christopher Brown, The Carel Fabritius Exhibition in The Hague: A Personal View
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