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EBA | Quartair Exchange = DUTCH SETTLEMENT + INTERFERENCE By Enriched Bread Artists
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The studio-collectives of Quartair Contemporary Art Initiatives in The Hague and the Enriched Bread Artists in Ottawa are an ocean apart but have histories with uncanny similarities. Both studios... More > make their home in decommissioned bread factories rich in character and history. In the summer of 2013, a project led by an Ottawa Dutch-Canadian curator, was realized when the two collectives held exhibitions in each others' gallery spaces. This catalogue documents the two exhibitions and the journey that led to the exchange.< Less
Invitations and Speculations: Kristin Gibson and 17th Century Dutch Artists By Chase Coble
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North Carolinian artist Kristin Gibson earned her BFA in Surface Design and Painting at East Carolina University in 1990 and has been following her creative endeavors and aspirations since then. Mrs.... More > Gibson primarily focuses on painting still life and interiors with her subjects ranging from fruit, chairs, domestic interiors, to flowers. Mrs. Gibson’s innovative painting style, alla prima, colloquially know as wet-into-wet, elicits a sense of fluidity and progression on the canvas. From my interviews with the artist and examination of her works concerning domestic interiors I have established a connection to certain 17th century Dutch domestic scenes.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. In 1726 a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. Later that year, a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. Later that year, a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
A Dutch Castaway on Ascension Island in 1725 By Alex Ritsema
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On 5 May 1725 a Dutch ship’s officer, Leendert Hasenbosch, was set ashore on the desert island of Ascension in the South Atlantic Ocean, as a punishment for sodomy. He tried to survive on... More > turtles and birds but found very little water on the barren island. He wrote a diary. He probably died after about half a year. In January 1726 British mariners found his tent, diary and other things and brought the diary to England. In 1726 a first English version of the diary of the Dutch castaway was published. Other versions followed in 1728, 1730 and 1976. Who was the castaway? The truth was disclosed by the Dutch historian Michiel Koolbergen (1953-2002), in a posthumously published book in Dutch. With the support of Michiel Koolbergen’s family and publisher, this new book discloses the truth in English. This book is the second edition, with some improvements compared to the original edition of 2006. This book is illustrated with line drawings, both historic ones and by the Dutch artist Anneke de Vries.< Less
The Color of Texas - The Artists of Texas By Laurie Pace
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Artists of Texas Fourth Annual Show at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas 2012. Enjoy the fine art of Texas and the Colors of Texas with art from the state's top professional artists.
Where Texas Finds Its Color ~ The Artists of Texas By Laurie Pace
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The Artists of Texas in their second annual art show at The Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas Texas. This book contains work from many of the participating artists from across the Great State of Texas. ... More > Join us in the journey across the state to see Where Texas Finds Its Color... from the great Artists of Texas.< Less
Record Lexicon of Dutch Beat, Pop & More 1961-1969 Updated Third Edition By Jerome Blanes
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Record Lexicon of Dutch Beat - Pop & More 1961 - 1969, Updated - Third edition, With more than 800 names of Dutch bands and artists with their records from the period 1961 up to and including... More > 1969. With a historical view on Holland’s Radio stations, Pop magazines and Television programmes during the sixties. The first edition was published in 1994. Since then added are over a hundred new entries!< Less
Looking Over Vermeer’s Shoulder: Seventeenth - Century Dutch Fine Painting Techniques and Studio Practices With Particular Focus On the Work of Johannes Vermeer By Jonathan Janson
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The expanded and fully illustrated second edition of “Looking Over Vermeer's Shoulder" is a comprehensive resource regarding the materials, techniques and pictorial tactics of Johannes... More > Vermeer and his most advanced colleagues. In-depth research reveals the artist’s treatment light, color, composition and perspective as well as how he painted some of the most defining motifs of his interiors. Detailed information brings to life the artist’s studio, how he devised his perfectly balanced scenes, and how he was inspired and made practical use of the camera obscura. Each passage of Vermeer’s multi-step procedure is unraveled allowing the reader to follow how his masterpieces were built up from the preparation of the canvas to the final touches that that bring life to months of scrupulous labor. Combined with his life-long study of Vermeer’s art, and his qualifications as a trained painter, the author creates a three-dimensional view Vermeer’s painting that no traditional art historical study can yield.< Less