A Nineteenth-Century Autumn!
Is ESNA throwing its weight about, or is it just a happy coincidence? This autumn, lovers of nineteenth century art can look forward to some exciting exhibitions in the Netherlands. Matthijs Maris in the Rijksmuseum, Dutch Artists in Paris at the Van Gogh Museum, Dutch Artists in Barbizon at The Mesdag Collection in The Hague, Jongkind in the Dordrechts Museum, and Dutch Modernists from the Singer Collection in Laren – all featuring Dutch artists who travelled and worked abroad. In December the Groninger Museum will present a wonderful selection of Northern European landscape painters from the Romantic period, and Singer Laren will show French Impressionists from a Dutch private collection. To top it all off, in January Panorama Mesdag, one of the most enthralling spaces in Holland, will rediscover for us the versatile artist Pieter de Josselin de Jong.
For more detailed information about the exhibitions, click on the links below:
- Mattijs Maris
- The Dutch in Paris
- The Dutch in Barbizon
- Dutch Modernists
- Jongkind and Friends
- Pieter De Josselin de Jong (1861-1906)
- Romanticism in the North – from Friedrich to Turner
- A wonderful Journey. Impressionists from the John and Marine van Vlissingen Art Foundation
Acht tentoonstellingen – vier recensies
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Matthijs Maris in het Rijksmuseum, Nederlanders in Parijs in het Van Gogh Museum, Jongkind en vrienden in het Dordrechts Museum en Nederlandse Modernisten van de Singer collectie in Laren tonen dit najaar allemaal Nederlandse kunstenaars die in het buitenland reisden en werkten. In december volgt het Groninger Museum met een prachtige selectie Noord- Europese romantische landschapsschilderkunst, en Singer Laren met Franse impressionisten uit een Nederlandse collectie. In ons gastmuseum, het Panorama Mesdag, is de veelzijdige kunstenaar Pieter de Josselin de Jong te zien.
Wat brengt ons deze hausse aan aandacht voor de negentiende-eeuwse kunst? Wat zijn de verschillen en overeenkomsten in aanpak van de tentoonstellingen, en welke nieuwe kennis en ideeën komen er uit voort? In het ESNA-winterseminar zullen vier sprekers vanuit verschillend perspectief een korte recensie geven, met veel ruimte voor discussie.
2018 ESNA + Ghent University Conference
Registration will be opened in January 2018
Male Bonds in Nineteenth-Century Art
15-16 May 2018
Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium
Organized by Ghent University and the European Society for Nineteenth-Century Art (ESNA), in cooperation with the University of Antwerp and the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent.
Male Bonds in Nineteenth-Century Art is a two-day international conference that aims to explore the place of male bonds in nineteenth-century artistic practice and visual arts. Male homosociality – i.e. social relationships between men – helped structure nineteenth-century European and American society. However, over the course of the century changes arose, instigated by the increasingly rigorous conception of same-sex sexualities and by other challenges to traditional notions of manhood.
The conference strives to probe, challenge and expand upon the academic narrative of male homosociality through the lens of art history. It is to establish a multifaceted survey of the male bonds that underpinned nineteenth-century art, and to consider the theoretical and methodological implications of the study thereof. In so doing, it seeks to build a bridge between traditional art-historical scholarship and the fields of gender and gay and lesbian studies: an interdisciplinary exchange of which the full potential for scholarship on the nineteenth century remains to be exploited.
Summer Course for the Study of the Arts in Flanders Belgian Fin de Siècle 1880-1914 (June 24 – July 4, 2018)
Several Flemish research centers, universities and art museums collaboratively organise the fourth edition of the Summer Course for the Study of the Arts in Flanders. This edition zooms in on Belgian Fin de Siècle Art between 1880 and 1914. The target group are master and PhD-students in (art)history.
The aim of the Summer Course is to bring to Flanders, annually, a select group of 20 national and international, highly qualified young researchers and to present them with an intensive 11-day programme of lectures, discussions, and on-site visits.
The fourth edition will take place from June 24 through July 4, 2018. Its content is coordinated by the Museum of Fine Arts Ghent, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, Mu.ZEE Ostend and the Flemish Art Collection. This edition includes excursions to Ghent, Bruges, Ostend, Brussels, Paris, Namur and Antwerp.
Dr. Rachel Esner, University of Amsterdam, has been appointed Associate Professor. She will be working in the coming years on strengthening the presence of nineteenth-century art history in the Dutch and international context with (co-operative) projects on the image of the artist in nineteenth-century art and popular media; exhibition and museum-display history; and technologies of the spectacle.
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Northern-European Romantic Landscape in Groninger Museum
By Jenny Reynaerts
December 8 saw the opening of a new exhibition in the Groninger Museum: De Romantiek in het Noorden. Van Friedrich tot Turner. The catalogue is available in Dutch, English and German, as are the labels in the galleries. So although there will be no second venue, the exhibition is organized with the international visitor in mind.
The European Society for Nineteenth-Century Art (ESNA) is a platform formed under the auspices of the Dutch Postgraduate School for Art History (Onderzoekschool Kunstgeschiedenis). ESNA was founded by a group of scholars, graduate students and museum professionals based in the Netherlands whose research focuses on European art of the long nineteenth century. ESNA’s aim is to provide a forum to promote the exchange of ideas in this field, to support and encourage graduate research, and to enhance networking opportunities for participants. ESNA seeks to contribute to, and foster debate on, nineteenth-century art through the organization of an annual symposium, workshops, excursions, the invitation of visiting speakers, and the co-ordination with other organizations and groups devoted to the study of the nineteenth century. Although originating in the Low Countries, ESNA aims to create a broad international network for the advancement of research into all aspects of nineteenth-century European art.
Last update of this website, 15 January 2018