CODART proudly presents a new issue of the CODART eZine. This issue is entirely dedicated to all three-dimensional arts, such as sculpture, decorative arts and historical interiors. The issue was supported by the Dioraphte Foundation.
Table of contents
Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur
Manifestations of Habsburg Splendor – Tapestries in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
Forgotten Netherlandish Artists in the Baltic Region: the migration of Dutch and Flemish sculptors to the Baltic region in the second half of the sixteenth century
Annette de Vries
An interview with Alastair Laing, retired Curator of Pictures and Sculpture at the National Trust
Alexandra Suda and Lisa Ellis
Investigating Miniature Boxwood Carving at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto
Netherlandish Altarpieces and Sculptures in the Niguliste Museum
Ingrid De Meûter
Curator in the spotlight: Ingrid De Meûter, Cinquantenaire Museum (Jubelparkmuseum), Brussels
Thomas Leysen, chairman of the Friends of CODART Foundation interviewed by Gerdien Verschoor
Micha Leeflang and Annabel Dijkema
CODARTfocus in Utrecht
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 Foundation, the Dioraphte Foundation, TEFAF and the Friends of CODART Foundation.