12 mei 2018

The Bruegel Success Story. Creative Process, Imitation, Emulation, Workshop Organization and Business Strategies

The Bruegel dynasty, defined here as Pieter Bruegel the Elder and his artistic progeny, traded on its success for more than a century. Recent new hypotheses on the creative process and the chronology of the output of the family’s founder as well as an increasing interest in the careers and artistic production of the members of the second and third generations encourage further inquiry and reassessment.

Within the same family, creative genius inspired emulation, imitation and repetition. The careers led by the different members of the Bruegel dynasty, their working methods, the transmission of skills, the passing-down of models, workshop organization and in certain cases, large-scale production, collaboration within and outside the workshop, the role of patrons and the art market are among the many fascinating themes that are open for investigation.

Although priority will be given to technical studies, new biographical data, especially on lesser-known members of the family, will also be highly welcomed. Other proposals will be considered if they offer new insights into the interpretation and reception of works by members of the Bruegel dynasty. These could include studies on sixteenth and seventeenth-century artists influenced by the Bruegel tradition.

 

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AGENDA

26-30/11/2018, Cologne - Germany
Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (TNRICP) is delighted to announce a basic workshop on conservation and restoration of urushi objects (Japanese lacquerware) held in Cologne, Germany. [Meer]
11/12/2018, Liège - Belgium
Want to know more about conservation research & theses in Belgium? This event focuses on research in conservation from Belgium. It aims to gather heritage professionals & students around presentations and interactive sessions about recent research and theses. [Meer]
12-14/06/2019, Belfast - United Kingdom
Icon’s 2019 conference will be in BELFAST, and will take place from 12th-14th June 2019 at Belfast Waterfront. [Meer]
Materials and Methods for Surface Cleaning and Removal of Film-Forming Materials, by Paolo Cremonesi [Meer]
 

BRK NIEUWS

07 oktober 2018
Op 14 oktober vindt er in het kader van ECHY 2018 (The European Year of Cultural Heritage) in heel Europa voor het eerst de Dag van de conservatie-restauratie van cultureel erfgoed plaats. De beroepsvereniging voor conservators- restaurateurs van kunstvoorwerpen (BRK- APROA) organiseert in samenwerking met haar Europese overkoepelende organisatie E.C.C.O. (European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers' Organisations) een evenement om iedereen te sensibiliseren rond het belang van conservatie-restauratie van cultureel erfgoed. [Meer]
14 september 2018
Beste collega's,  Op zaterdag, 20 oktober, organiseert de BRK-APROA een uniek geleid bezoek aan het Instituut van de Ursulinen en de wintertuin, Bosstraat 9, 2861 Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Waver. [Meer]
12 september 2018
De petitie staat online. https://www.change.org/p/later-red-onze-liften-sauvons-nos-ascenseurs [Meer]
19 juli 2018
Postprints: Keuzes en dilemma's in de conservatie-restauratie/Choix et dilemmes en conservation-restauration [Meer]
09 juni 2018
De BRK-APROA zal vertegenwoordigd zijn op Renoresto 2018 (4-5 oktober 2018). [Meer]