Illuminare is proud to announce Netherlandish Art and Luxury Goods in Renaissance Spain, a fascinating collection of essays that explores the diverse ways in which Netherlandish art permeated the artistic landscape of Spain from the fifteenth to the early seventeenth centuries. The lavishly illustrated volume, edited by Daan van Heesch, Robrecht Janssen and Jan Van der Stock, is now available at Harvey Miller Publishers (Brepols). The book includes a wide variety of contributions:

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Introduction — Daan van Heesch, Robrecht Janssen and Jan Van der Stock
  • ‘Le chanoine rouge’: Tribute to an Inspired and Inspiring Master — Paul Vandenbroeck
  • ‘As yche othere brothere’: The Human Factor within the Hispano-Flemish World — Raymond Fagel
  • Made in Iberia: A New Look at the Retable of Contador Saldaña in Santa Clara de Tordesillas — Nicola Jennings
  • Flemish Carved Altarpieces in Spain: Reflections on their Patronage and the Relationship between Flemish and Spanish Artistic Traditions — Jesús Muñiz Petralanda, Maite Barrio Olano and Ion Berasain Salvarredi
  • Jean Mone, Barcelona, and the Origins of the ‘Netherlandish’ Antique Manner — Ethan Matt Kavaler
  • Flemish, Spanish, or Somewhere in Between? On a Netherlandish Anonymous Draughtsman of the 1530s and his Inventions — Krista De Jonge
  • Trading with the Enemy: The Spanish Market for Antwerp Prints and Paintings during the Revolt — Stephanie Porras
  • The Plantin Book Trade and the Supply of Art Objects to the Spanish Elite — Dirk Imhof
  • The Duke of Alba’s Tapestry Acquisitions in the Low Countries (c. 1555–73) — Iain Buchanan
  • Historical Substance and Acquired Meaning of Rogier van der Weyden’s Deposition of Christ at the Court of Philip II — Antonia Putzger
  • Flemish Mathematical Instruments as Luxury Goods of Knowledge and their Migration to San Lorenzo de El Escorial — Koenraad Van Cleempoel
  • The Guevaras as Collectors of Netherlandish Art at the Spanish Court — Elena Vázquez Dueñas
  • Gender, Representation and Power: Female Patronage of Netherlandish Art in Renaissance Spain — Noelia García Pérez
  • The Dukes of Medina Sidonia and Netherlandish Art: On the Artistic Patronage of a Sixteenth-Century Iberian Court — Eduardo Lamas-Delgado
  • ‘Tan universal aplauso’: Communal Praise in Seventeenth-Century Madrid — Abigail D. Newman