The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 66 (2018), 1

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The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 66 (2018), 1.
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Jan van Campen, Erik Hinterding, Jan de Hond and Jenny Reynaerts, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
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New Issue of The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 66-1 Published

In the new issue of The Rijksmuseum Bulletin Monique Rakhorst demonstrates that bow jewels, a fashion thought to have begun in France in the sixteen-fifties, were in fact already being worn in the Netherlands by the early sixteen-thirties; one of the most exquisite examples is in the Rijksmuseum collection. Esther van der Hoorn argues that the loose drawings found between the pages of L’Art industriel… (1839-48), a book of prints of diverse decorative art objects, were created to provide well-defined designs in which object and ornament were in harmony and were preserved to safeguard the craft in a time of increasing industrialization and commercialization. Joosje van Bennekom describes the technical difficulties Werner Jamnitzer faced when creating a large centrepiece, known as the ‘Merkelsche Tafelaufsatz’ (1549), consisting of a wide bowl carried by Mother Earth with many decorations in the form of plants and small animals. Jamnitzer made life casts of these creatures and used various methods to finish the other parts. The acquisitions described in this issue are recently purchased historical and art historical objects.

Contents of The Rijksmuseum Bulletin volume 66 (2018), 1

Articles

MONIQUE RAKHORST
Bow Jewels of the Golden Age: In Fashion in the Low Countries

ESTHER VAN DER HOORN
Feuchère Designs in the Rijksmuseum

JOOSJE VAN BENNEKOM
Wenzel Jamnitzer’s Centrepiece and the Goldsmith’s Secret

Acquisitions

MATTHIAS UBL Willem Thybaut, Hagar Gives Ishmael a Drink, 1564
FEMKE DIERCKS Plateelbakkerij De Roos, Jug, c. 1694– 1712
JAN VAN CAMPEN A Pair of Plates with Figures from ‘The Water Margin’, China, c. 1700
DUNCAN BULL Jean-Etienne Liotard, A Dutch Girl at Breakfast, 1756– 57
GREGOR J.M. WEBER Nicolaas Verkolje, The Anglers and The Bird-Catchers, c. 1744
MENNO FITSKI O Nam-Un, Screen, 1823
DIRK JAN BIEMOND Snuffbox with Views of the Old and New Commodity Exchange in Amsterdam, Hanau, c. 1845
JAN DE HOND Christoffel Bisschop, Heemskerck and Barents, Planning their Second Voyage to the North, 1862
WILLIAM SOUTHWORTH Blouse, Central Sulawesi, late nineteenth century
EVELINE SINT NICOLAAS Wooden Jewellery Box Decorated with Scenes of the Gonini Expedition in Suriname, Suriname, c. 1926
ANNA A. ŚLĄCZKA Two Patola, India, 1900– 50

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The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 66 (2018), 1. in: H-Soz-Kult, 14.03.2018, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-10951>.
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