Julius S. Held papers, ca. 1918-1999. (Archival material, 1918) [WorldCat.org]
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Julius S. Held papers, ca. 1918-1999.

Author: Julius S HeldKurt BauchJan BiałostockiKarel G BoonLudwig BurchardAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Photograph : Transparency : Multiple languages
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The material provides a broad and detailed study of Held's professional life, his scholarly development, and his working methods. A major portion comprises scholarly correspondence with other art historians, including numerous prominent American and European scholars as well as young colleagues and post-graduate students. Also present is professional correspondence with art dealers, auction houses, museums, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Black-and-white photographs
Color photographs
Color transparencies
Color slides
Notebooks
Picture postcards
Photographic postcards
Radiographs
Personal correspondence
Archives
Correspondence
Named Person: Julius S Held; Luis Alberto Ferré; René Taylor; Liselotte Moser; Heinz Kisters; Natan Saban; Johannes Boekhorst; Ferdinand Bol; Dieric Bouts; Jan Bruegel; Jan Bruegel; Pieter Bruegel; Pieter Bruegel; Jacob van Campen; Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen; Lucas Cranach; Gaspar de Crayer; Abraham van Diepenbeeck; Albrecht Dürer; Jan van Eyck; Frans Floris; Hugo van der Goes; Jan Gossaert; Willem van Haecht; Jan Sanders van Hemessen; Jan van den Hoecke; Abraham Janssens; Lucas, van Leyden; Jacob Jordaens; Meister von Frankfurt; Hans Memling; Quentin Metsys; Bernard van Orley; Erasmus Quellinus, II; Anthonis Sallaert; Cornelis Schut; Frans Snyders; Anthony Van Dyck; Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; Peter Paul Rubens; Dirck Jacobsz Vellert; Maarten de Vos; Rogier van der Weyden; Thomas Willeboirts Bosschaert; Artus Wolfert; Johannes Boekhorst; Ferdinand Bol; Dieric Bouts; Jan Bruegel; Jan Bruegel; Pieter Bruegel; Pieter Bruegel; Jacob van Campen; Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen; Lucas Cranach; Gaspar de Crayer; Abraham van Diepenbeeck; Albrecht Dürer; Jan van Eyck; Luis Alberto Ferré; Frans Floris; Hugo van der Goes; Jan Gossaert; Willem van Haecht; Julius S Held; Jan Sanders van Hemessen; Jan van den Hoecke; Jacob Jordaens; Lucas, van Leyden; Meister von Frankfurt; Hans Memling; Quentin Metsys; Bernard van Orley; Erasmus Quellinus, II; Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; Peter Paul Rubens; Cornelis Schut; Frans Snyders; René Taylor; Anthony Van Dyck; Maarten de Vos; Rogier van der Weyden; Thomas Willeboirts Bosschaert
Material Type: Photograph, Transparency, Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julius S Held; Kurt Bauch; Jan Białostocki; Karel G Boon; Ludwig Burchard; Max J Friedländer; Heinrich Geissler; Creighton Gilbert; Gustav Glück; Amy Golahny; E H Gombrich; Ann Sutherland Harris; Egbert Haverkamp Begemann; Frances Huemer; Roger Adolf d' Hulst; Michael Jaffé; Madlyn Millner Kahr; Heinz Kisters; Paul Oskar Kristeller; Walter A Liedtke; Anne-Marie S Logan; Frits Lugt; Anne W Lowenthal; Elizabeth McGrath; Ruth Mellinkoff; Hans Mielke; Liselotte Moser; Justus Müller Hofstede; Frits Noske; Erwin Panofsky; David Rosand; Pierre Rosenberg; Meyer Schapiro; Gary Schwartz; Charles Scribner; Seymour Slive.; Eric Jan Sluijter; Wolfgang Stechow; Leo Steinberg; J Douglas Stewart; Werner Sumowski; Hans Tietze; E Tietze-Conrat; Horst Vey; John Walsh; Julius H Weitzner; Robert Erich Wolf; Ponce Art Museum.
OCLC Number: 84548090
Description: 70 linear ft. (168 boxes) + ADDS (30 boxes)

Abstract:

The material provides a broad and detailed study of Held's professional life, his scholarly development, and his working methods. A major portion comprises scholarly correspondence with other art historians, including numerous prominent American and European scholars as well as young colleagues and post-graduate students. Also present is professional correspondence with art dealers, auction houses, museums, and publishing firms, and private collectors. Letters by Held are particularly valuable for their frank assessments of art objects. Included is material documenting Held's research for essays, reviews and articles, his many teaching and lecturing activities, as well as his involvement as an art expert in legal cases. The archive also contains extensive travel notes. A distinct group of material details Held's role in building the collection of Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico. A very large portion of the archive consists of study photographs and other visual documentation of artwork by Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Jacob Jordaens, Rembrandt, and a vast number of other artists, mainly Dutch and Flemish from the 15th to 18th centuries.

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