Jeroen Luyckx (°1991) is a PhD Candidate at Illuminare – Centre for the Study of Medieval Art (KU Leuven) and an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His research interests include the graphic arts in the Low Countries and the socioeconomic aspects of medieval and early modern art.
Jeroen holds Master’s degrees in Art History from KU Leuven (2013) and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (2014). From 2014 to 2016, he was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, where he contributed to an exhibition on prints and their consumers (2016) and co-organised the international conference Paragons and Paper Bags. Early Modern Prints from the Consumer’s Perspective (2016). From 2016 to 2019, he was a coordinator of the Dutch & Flemish satellite of Ars Graphica. In 2019, he was named an Honorary Fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation.
He has published in The Rijksmuseum Bulletin (2015, 2016), The Sixteenth Century Journal (2017), Print Quarterly (2018, 2019) and Historians of Netherlandish Art Reviews (2019). He has also contributed to exhibition catalogues such as Goltzius to Van Gogh. Drawings and Paintings from the P. & N. De Boer Foundation (Paris, Fondation Custodia, 2014) and In Search of Utopia (Leuven, M – Museum, 2016).
Jeroen is currently working on a dissertation on the output, family and social milieu of the Antwerp printmaker and publisher Hans Liefrinck I (c. 1515-1573), supervised by Jan Van der Stock (Professor at KU Leuven) and supported by Huigen Leeflang (Curator of Prints at the Rijksmuseum). As part of this project, he has been an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2014-2016), Rolf and Ursula Schneider Fellow (Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, 2018) and Brill Fellow of the Scaliger Institute (Universiteit Leiden, 2018). He is also compiling a catalogue of all prints published by the Liefrinck family to be published in the New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish Series.