Justin E A Kroesen gaat in op de bewogen geschiedenis van de Nederlandse laatgotische altaarstukken, van religieus fanatisme tot artistieke waardering. Zo kom je onder andere meer te weten over de export van de retabels en over hun functies in verschillende uithoeken van Europa.
Lecture: “Petrifying Gazes: Danaë and the Uncanny Space in the Painting by Jan Gossaert (1478-1532)”
On 24 June Barbara Baert will present a paper entitled “Petrifying Gazes: Danaë and the Uncanny Space in the Painting by Jan Gossaert (1478-1532)”.
On Thursday 29 April Paul Vandenbroeck will present a paper entitled “ENCOUNTERS (‘Rencontres’) 2017. Un événement-expérience-exposition (?) transculturel” at the Rites et Musées study day organised by Musée universitaire de Louvain and UCLouvain.
On Tuesday 13 April Jeroen Luyckx will present a paper on Cornelis I (d. 1528) and Willem Liefrinck (d. c. 1536–46), the brothers who laid the foundation for what would grow to be a dynasty of printmakers.
Maarten Bassens won the prestigious 2021 Ricciardi Prize for Best Article by a Young Scholar by Master Drawings (New York)
Maarten Bassens won the prestigious 2021 Ricciardi Prize for Best Article by a Young Scholar by Master Drawings (New York). In his contribution, Maarten shed light on Jan Verbeeck, a 16th-century enigmatic draughtsman from Mechelen.
Lecture: “De beroering van de religieuze ruimte. De belevingswereld van de laatmiddeleeuwse kerkgangers in de Antwerpse Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk”
On Friday 5 March Wendy Wauters will give a lecture on the sensory and ritual experience in the Antwerp Church of Our Lady (c. 1450-1566), organised by the Ruusbroecgenootschap (Universiteit Antwerpen).
In this new book, Barbara Baert enters into a dialogue with academics, artists and artlovers on their favourite works of art.
On 17 September 2019 LECTIO (Leuven Centre for the Study of the Transmission of Texts and Ideas) and Illuminare – Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Art (KU Leuven) organise a round table on “Netherlandish Carved Altarpieces in the Nordic Regions” together.
The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK/IRPA) is honoured to announce the Bruegel Success Story Colloquium in Brussels on 12-14 September 2018. The colloquium is intended for curators, art-historians, conservators and scientists studying painting from the Southern Netherlands in the 16th century.