Gerson Digital : Italy


Dispersal and After-Effect of Dutch Painting of the 17th Century : Italy

A Translated, Illustrated and Annotated Chapter from Horst Gerson’s Ausbreitung und Nachwirkung der holländischen Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts (1942/1983)


Editors: Rieke van Leeuwen and Gert Jan van der Sman
Translated from the German by Robert Bryce

Gerson Digital : Italy
is the 5th volume of the renewed, illustrated and annotated English edition of Horst Gerson’s Ausbreitung und Nachwirkung der holländischen Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts (1942/1983). The research project for this publication was carried out jointly by the RKD - Netherlands Institute for Art History and the Nederlands Interuniversitair Kunsthistorisch Instituut in Florence (NIKI), with the assistance of a team of trainees (Celine Bakker, Emma de Cort, Anne Gerritsen, Willeke van der Hoff, Miriam Palomi, Hebrina Rouw, Francien Rutten, Melanie Struik, Maartje Visser, Niels Weijenberg, Froukje Zandvliet and Julia Zandvoort) and volunteers (Ursula de Goede, Paul van Kooij, Jan Kosten and Lieneke Nijkamp).

The publication was launched on December 12th, 2019 during the symposium Going South : Artistic Exchange between the Netherlands and Italy in the seventeenth century, an event the RKD co-organized with the NIKI (see Programme).

The Hague/Florence, December 2019
Reissued 22 September 2020

Cover image
Johannes Lingelbach
Carnival in Rome, c. 1650-1651
panel, oil paint 42,5 x 51,5 cm
lower left : Johannes Lingelbach
Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, inv./ 9149

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