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Art in history, history in art : studies in seventeenth-century Dutch culture

Author: David Freedberg; Jan De Vries
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities ; [Chicago, Ill.] : Distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 1991.
Series: Issues & debates.
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Art in History/History in Art: Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Culture considers the potential for a reciprocally illuminating relationship between art history and history in light of recent methodological developments in both fields. The volume opens with contributions from a historian and an art historian; they examine the weaknesses of an art history without a social or economic history and lay the  Read more...
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Art in history, history in art.
Santa Monica, CA : Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities ; [Chicago] : Distributed by the University of Chicago Press, [1991]
(OCoLC)874575083
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Freedberg; Jan De Vries
ISBN: 0892362014 9780892362011 0892362006 9780892362004
OCLC Number: 23462626
Description: 444 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm.
Contents: Art in history / Gary Schwartz --
History in art / J.W. Smit --
Market scenes as viewed by an art historian / Linda Stone-Ferrier --
Market scenes as viewed by a plant biologist / Willem A. Brandenburg --
Marine paintings and the history of shipbuilding / Richard W. Unger --
Skies and reality in Dutch landscape / John Walsh --
Some notes on interpretation / E. de Jongh --
Are these girls really so neat? : on kitchen scenes and method / Jochen Becker --
Didactic and disguised meanings? : several seventeenth-century texts on paintings and the iconological approach to Northern Dutch paintings of this period / Eric J. Sluijter --
The changing face of realism / Lyckle de Vries --
Art history / Jan de Vries. The volume and value of paintings in Holland at the time of the Dutch Republic / Ad van der Woude --
Works of art in seventeenth-century Amsterdam : an analysis of subjects and attributions / John Michael Montias --
Science, commerce, and art : neglected topics at the junction of history and art history / David Freedberg.
Series Title: Issues & debates.
Other Titles: Art in history.
History in art.
Responsibility: edited by David Freedberg and Jan de Vries.

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This series explores open questions at the intersection of art history and the humanities.Historians and art historians provide a critique of existing methodologies and an interdisciplinary inquiry  Read more...

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