E. V. Bibliography: Dutch Painting

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Delft School

    BROWN, Christopher, Carel Fabritius with a Catalogue Raisonné, Oxford, 1981.

  • DUPARC Frederik J., Gero Seelig and Ariane Van Suchtelen, Carel Fabritius 1622-1654, The Hague: Royal Cabinet of Paintings, Mauritshuis, 2004.
  • FRANITS, Wayne, Pieter de Hooch: A Woman Preparing Bread and Butter for a Boy, Getty Museum Studies on Art, Los Angeles, 2006.
  • JANTZEN, Hans Jantzen, Das niederlandische Architekturbild, Leipzig, 1910 (2nd ed. Brunswick 1979).
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A., Architectural Painting in Delft, Doornspijk, 1982.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter, A View of Delft: Vermeer and his Contemporaries, New Haven, 2000.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A., "De Witte and Houckgeest: Two New Paintings from Their Years in Delft," in The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 128, No. 1004 (Nov., 1986), pp. 802-805.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter, with PLOMP, Michiel C. and RUGLER, Axel, with contrib. by BAARSEN, Reinier[et al.], Vermeer and the Delft School, New York, New Haven, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale U.P., 2001.
  • LOKIN, Danielle, Michiel C. Kersten, "The Delft Church Interior." in Delft Masters, Vermeer's Contemporaries: Illusionism Through the Conquest of Light and Space, Zwolle, 1996.
  • MANKE, Ilse Ruth, Emanuel De Witte: 1617-1622. (Dutch),Amsterdam: Hertzberger, 1963.Contemporaries, Zwolle 1996, pp. 41-86.
  • MICHALSKI, Sergiusz, "Rembrandt and the Church Interiors of the Delft School," in Artibus et Historiae, Vol. 23, No. 46, 2002, pp. 183-193.
  • SUTTON, Peter C. Sutton, Pieter De Hoogh: Complete Edition, Oxford, 1980.
  • WALSH, Amy L., Paulus Potter: his Works and their Meaning. Ann Arbor, 1989.
  • WHEELOCK, Arthur K., "Gerard Houckgeest and Emmanuel de Witte: Architectural Painting in Delft around 1650", Simiolus, 8 (1975/76), pp. 167-185.

Genre

  • ALPERS, Svetlana, "Realism as a Comic Mode: Low-Life Painting Seen Through Bredero's Eyes," in Simiolus 8 (1975-76), pp.115-144.
  • AONO, Junko, Imitation and Innovation: Dutch Genre Painting 1680 -1750 and its Reception of the Golden Age, Amsterdam, 2001.
  • Response by H. Miedema, "Realism and Comic Mode: The Peasant," Simiolus 9 (1977), pp.205-219, and Response to H. Miedema by S. Alpers, "Taking Pictures Seriously: A Reply to Hessel Miedema," Simiolus 10 (1978-1979), pp.46-50.
  • BAER, The Paintings of Gerrit Dou (1613-1675), Ph.D. diss., Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1990.
  • BLANKERT, Albert, "What is Dutch Seventeenth-Century Gener Painting?A Definition and its Limits," in Hollandische Genremalerei im 17 Kahrhundert, Symposium Berlin 1984 (Jahrbuch Preußischer Kulturbesitz Sonderbd. 4), Berlin, 1987, pp. 9-32.
  • BROWN Christopher, Scenes of Everyday Life. Dutch Genre Painting of the Seventeenth Century, London, 1984.
  • BROWN Christopher, Images of a Golden Past; Dutch Genre Painting of the 17th Century, New York, 1984.
  • BROWN, Christopher Brown, Dutch Genre Painting, London, 1976.
  • VAN DER COELEN, Peter et al., Everyday life in Holland's Golden Age: The Complete Etchings of Adriaen van Ostade, Amsterdam, 1998.
  • FRANITS Wayne, Paragons of Virtue: Women and Domesticity in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art, New York, 1993.
  • FRANITS Wayne, Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting: Its Stylistic and Thematic Evolution, New Haven and London, 2004.
  • GELLER L.D., Pilgrim Artifacts and Dutch Genre Painting, Kingston, Mass., 1971.
  • HALL, Michael, The Harold Samuel Collection: A Guide to the Dutch and Flemish Pictures at the Mansion House, London: Paul Holberton Publishing, 2012.
  • JONES, Philip Jones and BARLOW, P.J., Dutch Genre Painting, 1958.
  • de JONGH, Eddy et. al, Tot lering en vermaak. Betekenissen van, Hollandse genrevoorstellingen uit de zeventiende eeuw, exh. cat., Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 1976.
  • de JONGH, Eddy, "Erotica in vogelperspectief. De dubbelzinnigheid van een reeks 17de eeuwse genre-voorstellingen," Simiolus 3 (1968-1969), pp.22-74.
  • de JONGH, Eddy, "Pearls of Virtue and Pearls of Vice, Simiolus (1975-1976), pp.69-97.
  • de JONGH, Eddy, "Grape Symbolism in Paintings of the 16th and 17th Centuries," Simiolus 7 (1974), pp.166-191.
  • KURETSKY, S.D., The Paintings of Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-1682), Oxford 1979.
  • LAMMERTSE, Friso with contributions by GILTAIJ, Jeroen and JANSSEN, Anouk, Dutch Genre Paintings of the 17th Century: Collection of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 1998.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A., "Towards a History of Dutch Genre Painting," in De arte et libris, Festschrift Erasmus 1934-1984, Amsterdam, 1984.
  • NAUMANN, O., Frans van Mieris the Elder (1635-1681), Doornspijk 1981.
  • PLIETZSCH, E., "Randbemerkungen zur holländischen Interieurmalerei am Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts," Wallraf-Richarts-Jahrbuch 18 (1956), pp.174-196.
  • RAUPP, H.-J. Raupp, "Aufsätze zu einer Theorie der Genremalerei in den Niederländen im 17. Jahrhunderts," Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 26 (1983), pp.401-418.
  • RENGER, K., Lockere Geselschaft--Zur Ikonographie des Verlorenen Sohnes und von Wirtshausszenen in der niederländischen Malerei, Berlin, 1970.
  • ROBINSON, Franklin W., Gabriel Metsu (1629-1667): A Study of his Place in Dutch Ggenre Painting of the Golden Age, New York, 1974.
  • ROSEN, Jochai, Soldiers at Leisure : The Guardroom Scene in Dutch Genre Painting of the Golden Age, Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
  • ROSEN, Jochai, Jacob Duck and the "Guardroom" Painters: Minor Masters as Inventors in Dutch 17th-Century Genre Painting, 2003.
  • SALOMON, Nanette, Jacob Duck and the Gentrification of Dutch Genre Painting, Doornspijk, 1998.
  • SALOMON, Nanette, Shifting Priorities: Gender Genre in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting, Stanford, 2004.
  • SNOEP-RIETSMA, W., Verschuivende betekenissen van zeventinde-eeuwse Nederlandse genrevoorstellingen, Deventer, 1975.
  • SUTTON, P., Pieter de Hooch, Oxford and New York 1980
  • SUTTON Peter et.al., Masters of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting, exh.cat., Philadelphia / Berlin / London, 1984.
  • SUTTON, Peter, "Towards an Account of the Dutch Genre Paintings in Stockholm," in: Rembrandt and His Age. Focus on Man (exh.cat., Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, ed. by G. Cavalli-Björkman), Stockhol, 1992-1993.
  • SUTTON, Peter, with contributions by VERGARA, Lisa and ADAMS, Ann Jensen, Love Letters: Dutch Genre Paintings in the Age of Vermeer, London, 2004.
  • WAIBOER, Adriaan Waiboer with contributions by Wayne E. Franits et al., Gabriel Metsu, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010.
  • WEISMAN Marjorie Elizabeth, Caspar Netscher and Late Seventeenth Century Dutch Painting, Ann Arbor, 1992
  • WEISMAN Marjorie Elizabeth, with contrib. by H. Perry Chapman, Wayne E. Franits, Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence, New Haven, CT ; London : Yale University Press, 2011.
  • WESTERMANN, Mariët, The Amusements of Jan Steen, Zwolle 1997.
  • WESTERMANN, Mariët, "Adriaen van de Venne, Jan Steen, and the Art of Serious Play" in, De Zeventiende Eeuw, 15/1, 1999.
  • WESTERMANN, Mariët,"'Costly and Curious, Full of pleasure and home contentment', Making Home in the Dutch Republic." in Art and Home. Dutch Interiors in the Age of Rembrandt, 2001-2002, pp. 15-81.

Landscape

  • BAKKER, Boudewijn, Landscape and religion from Van Eyck to Rembrandt, Farnham: Ashgate, 2012
  • BENGTSSON, Å., Studies on the Rise of Realistich Landcape Painting in Holland 1610-1625, Stockholm, 1952.
  • BRADLE, Christopher, Dutch Landscape. The Early Years, Haarlem and Amsterdam 1590-1660, exh. cat., National Gallery, London, 1986.
  • BUIJSEN, Edwin, Between Fantasy and Reality: 17th-Century Dutch Landscape Painting, The Hague, 1992.
  • DEKKERS, Ger, New Dutch Landscapes, Zwolle: Waanders, 1986.
  • DUPARC, C. J., Landscape in Perspective, Drawings by Rembrandt and His Contemporaries, exh. cat., Cambridge, Massachusetts - Montreal, 1988.
  • FARR, Dennis and BRADFORD, Wiliam, The Northern Landscape : Flemish, Dutch and British Drawings from the Courtauld Collections, London : Trefoil, 1986.
  • FRANZ, H. G., Niederländische Lanschapftmalerein im Zeitalter des Manierismus, 2.vols, Graz, 1969.
  • FREEDBERG, D., Dutch Landscape Prints of the Seventeenth Century, London, 1980.
  • HALL, Michael, The Harold Samuel Collection: A Guide to the Dutch and Flemish Pictures at the Mansion House, London: Paul Holberton Publishing, 2012.
  • HUNT, John Dixon, The Dutch Garden in the Seventeenth Century, Washington : Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1991
  • LARSEN E., "The Proof of the Use of Inverted Telescope in Dutch 17th Century Landscape Art," in Gazette des Beaux Arts 6th s. 119/89 (1977), pp.172-174.
  • LEVEQUE C., Journey through Landscape in Seventeenth-Century Holland. The Haarlem Print Series and Dutch Identity, University Park, Pennsilvania, 1994.
  • LEEUW, R. de Leeuw, Dutch Landscape Painting of the Nineteenth Century, Seoul, 1979.
  • RAUPP, H.-J., "Zur Bedeutung von Thema und Symbol für die holländische Landschaftmalerei des 17. Jahrhunderts," Jahrbuch der Staatliche Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Würtemburg 17 (1980), pp.85-110.
  • SEWELL, Brian and MCNAUGHT, Lewis, Memory & Imagination. Dutch Italianate and Contemporary Landscapes, London: Mall Galleries 2013.
  • STECHOW W., Dutch Landscape Painting of the Seventeenth Century, London, 1966.
  • SUTTON, Peter et.al., Masters of 17th-Century Landscape Painting, exh. cat., Amsterdam / Boston / Philadelphia, 1987.
  • SUTTON, Peter C., The Golden Age of Dutch Landscape Painting, Madrid, 1994
  • VIGNAU-WILBERG T., Das Land am Meer. Holländische Landschaft in 17. Jahrhunderts, exh. cat., Munich / Bonn, 1993.
  • WESTCOTT. Franklin and PECK, Robinson, Fresh Woods and Pastures New: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Landscape Drawings from the Peck Collection, exh. cat., Cornell University, 2000.
  • WESTERMAN, Mariët., Sound, Silence and Modernity in Dutch Pictures of Manners, Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 2010.

Architectural Painting

  • GILTAIJ J. and JENSEN, Guido, Perspectives: Saenredam and the architectural painters of the 17th century, exh. cat., Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 1991.
  • JANTZEN H., Das niederländsche Architekturbild, Leipzig, 1910.
  • KOSLOW, S., "De wonderlijke Perspectyfkas: an Aspect of Seventeenth Century Dutch Painting," in Oud Holland 82 (1967), pp.35-56.
  • A. K. Wheelock Jr., "Perspective, Optics, and Delft Artists Around 1650", New York, 1977 (diss. Harvard University, 1973): (Reviewed by LIEDTKE, W. A., in Art Bulletin 61 (1979), pp.490-496. LIEDTKE, W. A., Architectural Painting in Delft, Doornspijk, 1982.)

History Painting

  • BADER, A. H., The Bible Through Dutch Art, exh.cat., Milwaukee Art Center, 1976
  • BLANKERT, Abert et.al., God, Saint and Heroes. Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt, exh. cat., Washington / Detroit /Amsterdam, 1980-1981.
  • BROOS, Ben, Intimacies and Intrigues. History Painting in the Mauritshuis, The Hague, 1993.
  • VAN GELDER, J.G., "De Schilder van der Oranjezaal," in Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 2 (1948-1949), pp.118-164.
  • GOLDSMITH, Jane ten Brink et al., Leonaert Bramer 1596-1674: Iingenious Painter and Draughtsman in Rome and Delft, Zwolle, 1994.
  • HOFRICHTER, Frima Fox, Leonaert Bramer 1596-1674: A Painter of the Night, Milwaukee, 1992.
  • TÜMPEL C. et.al.(ed.), Het Oude Testament in de schilderkunst van de Gouden Eeuw, exh.cat., Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam, 1992.
  • VAN DE WAAL, H., Drie eeuwen vaderlandsche geschied-uitbeelding, 1500-1800, Een iconologische studie, 2.vols, The Hague, 1952.

Portraiture

  • ATKINS, Christopher D.M., The Signature Style of Frans Hals: Painting, Subjectivity, and the Market in Early Modernity, Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2012.
  • BEDAUX, J. B., "Fruit and Fertility: Fruit Symbolism in Netherlandish Portraiture of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," Simiolus XVII, 1987, pp. 150-168.
  • GERSON, H., Hollandse portretschilders van de zeventiende eeuw, Maarssen, 1975.
  • HAAK, B., Regenten en regentessen, overlieden en chirugijns. Amsterdamse groepsportretten van 1600 tot 1835, Amsterdam, Amsterdams Historisch Museum, 1972.
  • HINZ, B., "Studien zur Geschichte des Ehepaarbildnisses," Marburger Jahrbuch für Kunstwissenschaft 19 (1974), pp.139-218.
  • DE JONGH, Eddy, Portretten van echt en trouw. Huwelijk en gezin in de Nederlandse kunst van de zeventiende eeuw, exh. cat., Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, 1986.
  • DE JONGH, Eddy with contrib. by DE BOER, Marjolein, KOBAYASHI-SATO, Yoriko, MIJNLIEF,F Ewoud [et al.] Faces of the Golden Age: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraits, The Hague, 1994.
  • RAUPP, H. J., Untersuchung zu Künstlerbildnis und Künstlerdarstellung in der Niederlanden im 17. Jahrhunderts, Hildesheim / Zürich / New York, 1984.
  • RIEGL, A., Das holländische Gruppenporträt, Vienna, 2.vols, 1931.
  • SMITH, D.R., Masks of Wedlock: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Marriage Portraiture, Ann Arbor, 1982.
  • DE VRIES, A. B. Het Noord-Nederlandsch portret in de tweede helft van de 16de eeuw, Amstredam, 1934.
  • WALSH, John, Dutch Couples: Pair Portraits by Rembrandt and his Contemporaries, exh. cat., New York, 1973.
  • WISHNEVSKY, R., Studien zum 'portrait hisotiré's in den Niederlanden (diss.), Munich, 1967.

Still Life

  • VAN DER BLOM, A., KUPERSHOEK, E., THNIIISSEN, C., Nederlandse Schilderkunst tussen detail en grandeur, Alpen aan de Rijn, Amsterdam, 1997.
  • BERGSTRÖM, Ingvar., Dutch Still-Life Painting in the Seventeenth Century, London, 1956.
  • BOL, Laurens J., Adriaen Coorte: A Unique late 17th-Century Dutch Still-Life Painter, Assen, 1977.
  • BRUSATI, Celeste, "Stilled Lives: Self Portraiture and Self-Reflection in Seventeenth- Century Netherlandish Still-Life Painting," Simiolus 20 (1990-1991), pp. 1682-182.
  • EMBER; Ildikó, Delights for the Senses: Dutch and Flemish Still-Life Ppaintings from Budapest, Budapest, 1989
  • EMMENS, J. A., " 'Eins aber ist nötig,': Zu Inhalt und Bedeutung von Markt- und Küchenstücken des 16. Jahrhunderts," in Kunsthistorische Opstellen, vol.2, Amsterdam, 1981, pp.189-222.
  • FRANITS, Wayne, (ed.), Looking at Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art. Realism Reconsidered, Cambridge, 1997.
  • VAN GELDER, J.G., "Van Blompot en Blomglas," in Elsevier's Geïllustreerd Maandschrift 46/91 (1936), pp.73-82, 155-166.
  • GRIJZENHOUT, F. and VAN VEEN, H., De Gouden Eeuw in perspectief. Het beeld van de Nederlandse zeventiende eeuwse schilderkunst in later tijd, Nijmegen, 1993 (Eng. ed., Princeton, 1999).
  • DE JONGH Eddy, et.al., Still-Life in the Age of Rembrandt, exh. cat., Auckland, 1982.
  • TER KUILE, O., Seventeenth-Century North Netherlandish Still Lifes, The Hague, 1985.
  • KURETSKY, S. D, "Het schilderen van bloemen in de 17de eeuw," in Flora & Pictura, Kunstschrift Openbaar Kunstbezit, 1987, no.3.
  • LUIJTEN, G. et.al., Dawn of the Golden Age: 1580-1620, exh. cat., Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 1993.
  • SEGAL, S.l, Flower and Nature. Netherlandish Flower Painting of Four Centuries, exh. cat., Osaka / Tokyo / Sydney, 1990.
  • SONNEMA, Roy Brian, The Early Dutch Vanitas Still-Life, Ann Arbor, 1991.
  • SLIVE, Seymour, Dutch Painting: 1600-1800, New Haven and London, 1995.
  • VROOM, N.R.A., De schilders van het monochrome banketje, Amsterdam, 1945.
  • VROOM, N.R.A., A Modest Message as Intimated by the Painters of the "Monochrome Banketje," Amsterdam, 1945 (rev. and enl. Ed., 2.vols, Schiedam, 1980).
  • WARNER, R., Dutch and Flemish Flower and Fruits Painters of the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, Amsterdam, 1928 (2nd ed. 1975).
  • WHEELOCK, Arthur K.., From Botany to Bouquets: Flowers in Northern Art, Washington, 1999.
  • VAN DER WILLIGEN, Adriaan and MEIJER, Fred G., A Dictionary of Dutch and Flemish Still-Life Painters Working in Oils, 1525-1725, Leiden, 2003.