Gathered in honor of John Michael Montias (1928–2005), the superior student on Johannes Vermeer and a pioneer within the examine of the socioeconomic dimensions of paintings, the essays in In His Milieu are an important contribution to the research of the social features of creating, amassing, showing, and donating artwork. The approximately 40 essays the following by—all across the world well-known specialists within the fields of artwork background and the economics of art—are in particular revealing in regards to the Renaissance and Baroque eras and current new fabric on such artists as Rembrandt, Van Eyck, Rubens, and da Vinci.
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De Bijll Nachenius-Sterkenburg, Schuilen in waterstad: De Remonstrantse kerken aan de Vissersdijk te Rotterdam (Rotterdam: Roterodamum, 1997). forty-one J. G. van Gelder, Jan van de Velde, 1593-1641, teekenaar-schilder (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1933), p. eleven. The pamphlet is Copye van seker short van Justus Rijckewaert, geschreven aen Anthony Nys, coopman int Engels laken tot Rotterdam…gestelt door een Lief-hebber der waerheyt ende des vader-landts (n. p. , 1635) (copies in college of Amsterdam; GAR; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague). forty two They married in 1658 (DTB inv. 15 Stadstrouw, index 20). He were a preacher in jacob ochtervelt’s rotterdam buyer | a hundred and fifteen montiasdeel1 04-12-2006 forty three forty four forty five forty six forty seven forty eight forty nine 50 fifty one fifty two 13:55 Pagina 116 Gorinchem considering that 1653; in 1669, he moved to Utrecht, the place he died in 1684. See Tideman and Rogge 1905, pp. 261, 311, 329-30; ONA 225, no. three, p. 166: 1667. His father, Engelbertus Egidius van Engelen (c. 1584-1642), preacher in Arnhem, wrote Klare ende duydelijcke wederlegginge van verscheyden aenteyckeningen, ofte annotatien, tot bevestiging van de Contraremonstrantsche leere der predestinatie (Rotterdam: B. Wagens, 1649). Tideman and Rogge 1905, pp. 16-17. He turned a preacher in Rotterdam in 1687, died in Utrecht in 1743, and left 20,000 guilders to the Remonstrantsche Broederschap. He married Maria Slegt in Rotterdam, 1696 (DTB 15 Stadstrouw, index no. 38); with young ones: Magdaleena Catharina, baptized in 1699, Lijdia in 1701, Jan in 1704, Cornelis in 1710 (d. 1729). See A. van Mameren in Rotterdam bibliopolis: Een rondgang langs boekverkopers uit de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw, ed. H. Bots et al. (Rotterdam: Gemeentelijke Archiefdienst, 1997), pp. 34-59. Van Mameren corrected the long-standing confusion with the printer’s cousin of an analogous identify and in regards to the related age (1608-1679) who used to be a preacher in Oude Wetering. The printer’s birthdate might be additional clarified via a record of 1640 during which the “bouckebinder” declared that he was once 33 years outdated (ONA ninety five, no. forty nine, p. 78); see additionally ONA 246, no. 131. Anna Rijckewaert and Johannes Izaaksz Naeranus married in 1633. Hollstein (Bary) sixty eight. additionally released via Naeranus is a print of Episcopius by way of Theodoor Matham (Hollstein 84), after Sorgh and of a similar dimension and layout. Van Mameren 1997, pp. 23-62. The library should be in comparison with that of Herman Becker, a Lutheran service provider in Amsterdam. Hugo Postma, “De Amsterdamse verzamelaar Herman Becker (ca. 16171678),” Oud Holland 102 (1988): 1-21. For later Remonstrant positions on tolerance, see Israel 1995, pp. 499-505. huge work through Rembrandt (“twee braave groote stukken van Rembrandt”) are recorded in Scriverius’ assortment in 1663. those have been pointed out by way of M. Wurfbain and Gary Schwartz because the Stoning of St. Stephen dated 1625 (Lyon) and the secret historical past portray of an analogous measurement of 1626 (Leiden); see Gary Schwartz, Rembrandt, His lifestyles, His work (Harmondsworth, 1985), pp. 35-38. Others were skeptical in regards to the reference to Scriverius; R. van Staten, “Rembrandts ‘Leidse historiestuk,’” Leids Jaarboekje eighty three (1991): ninety seven; B.