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Art at auction in 17th century Amsterdam

The Auctions -- Orphan Chamber Auctions in Amsterdam -- How Auction Sales of the Orphan Chamber Were Conducted -- Extant Records of Auction Sales in Chronological Perspective -- Aggregate Statistics of Sales and the Owners of Goods Sold -- The Buyers at Auction Sales -- The Wealth of Buyers -- Clust...

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Main Author: Montias, John Michael (Author)
Document Type: Online Resource Book
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press , 2002
Online Access:http://kunst.proxy.fid-lizenzen.de/fid/jstor-ebooks-art/www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt45kd6h
Related Items:Print version: Art at auction in 17th century Amsterdam
Author Notes:John Michael Montias
License Package:JSTOR E-Books in Art, Design and Photography
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Summary:The Auctions -- Orphan Chamber Auctions in Amsterdam -- How Auction Sales of the Orphan Chamber Were Conducted -- Extant Records of Auction Sales in Chronological Perspective -- Aggregate Statistics of Sales and the Owners of Goods Sold -- The Buyers at Auction Sales -- The Wealth of Buyers -- Clusters of Private Buyers -- Remonstrants and Counter-Remonstrants -- What Did They Buy and at What Prices? -- Attributions -- Echoes -- Concluding Words on Auctions -- Profiles of Selected Buyers -- Art Dealers I: Artists and Merchants in the Trade -- Art Dealers II: Johannes de Renialme -- Art Dealers III: The Story of a Merchant Who Thought He Could Sell Paintings to a King -- Art Collectors and Painters I: Rubens's Promise to Hans Thijsz -- Art Collectors and Painters II: Jacob Swalmius and Rembrandt -- Art Collectors and Painters III: Marten van den Broeck and Rembrandt's Losses at Sea -- Art Collectors and Painters IV: Jan van Maerlen and His Extended Family -- Art Collectors and Painters V: Jean le Bleu, Francois Venant and Rembrandt's "Feast of Belshazzar" -- A Collector with Connections to Major Cultural Figures: Robbert van der Hoeve and the "Muiden Circle" -- What Santa Claus Brought to the Youth of Amsterdam -- When Sellers and Buyers Were Related: Elbert and Cornelis Symonsz. Pool, Jeltge Claes, and Pieter Claesz. Codde -- A Collector Who Held On to His Purchase for Over Fifty Years -- An Afterword on Mentalites
The Auctions -- Orphan Chamber Auctions in Amsterdam -- How Auction Sales of the Orphan Chamber Were Conducted -- Extant Records of Auction Sales in Chronological Perspective -- Aggregate Statistics of Sales and the Owners of Goods Sold -- The Buyers at Auction Sales -- The Wealth of Buyers -- Clusters of Private Buyers -- Remonstrants and Counter-Remonstrants -- What Did They Buy and at What Prices? -- Attributions -- Echoes -- Concluding Words on Auctions -- Profiles of Selected Buyers -- Art Dealers I: Artists and Merchants in the Trade -- Art Dealers II: Johannes de Renialme -- Art Dealers III: The Story of a Merchant Who Thought He Could Sell Paintings to a King -- Art Collectors and Painters I: Rubens's Promise to Hans Thijsz -- Art Collectors and Painters II: Jacob Swalmius and Rembrandt -- Art Collectors and Painters III: Marten van den Broeck and Rembrandt's Losses at Sea -- Art Collectors and Painters IV: Jan van Maerlen and His Extended Family -- Art Collectors and Painters V: Jean le Bleu, Francois Venant and Rembrandt's "Feast of Belshazzar" -- A Collector with Connections to Major Cultural Figures: Robbert van der Hoeve and the "Muiden Circle" -- What Santa Claus Brought to the Youth of Amsterdam -- When Sellers and Buyers Were Related: Elbert and Cornelis Symonsz. Pool, Jeltge Claes, and Pieter Claesz. Codde -- A Collector Who Held On to His Purchase for Over Fifty Years -- An Afterword on Mentalites
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-255) and index
Physical Description:1 Online-Ressource (337 pages)
ISBN:9780585496450
0585496455
9781280958854
904850516X
1280958855
9053565914
9789053565919
9789048505166