CODART proudly presents its winter issue of the CODART eZine. The eZine is an interactive digital newsletter on Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide. For the seventh issue of the eZine we have asked several CODART members to give us their views or experience of connoisseurship in their daily work. Besides articles such as Max J. Friedländer and the Essence of Connoisseurship and Connoisseurship and the John G. Johnson Collection in Philadelphia, this issue also contains a review of CODART’s recent study trip to the Midwest and an interview with Till-Holger Borchert.
Table of contents
Welcome: The most beautiful thing
Max J. Friedländer and the Essence of Connoisseurship
Christopher D.M. Atkins
Connoisseurship and the John G. Johnson Collection in Philadelphia
Curator in the spotlight: Elizabeth Morrison
Curator’s Interview: Till-Holger Borchert Interviewed by Marrigje Rikken
‘Neat finishing, smooth Painting, and labour in drapery’: the distinctive portrait style of Cornelis Johnson (1593-1661)
Jheronimus Bosch and Connoisseurship. Remarks Prompted by the Bosch Research and Conservation Project (BRCP)
Friends: Elsbeth van Tets Interviewed by Gerdien Verschoor
CODART Study Trip to the Midwest
Digital magazine on Dutch and Flemish Masters
CODART’s website (www.codart.nl) is the main port of call on the internet for everything related to Dutch and Flemish art in museums. CODART’s eZine (ezine.codart.nl) provides information on new developments, collections of Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide, as well as inside information about the work of the museum curator. It is a digital magazine meant for everyone interested in Dutch and Flemish art around the globe. The eZine is enhanced with high-quality images, videos, links and all the other extras that a digital format has to offer.
The development of the CODART eZine has been supported by the Prince Bernhard Cultural Foundation, the Mondriaan Fund, the Dioraphte Foundation and the Friends of CODART Foundation.