Available from 09.12.2019
Please note: the complete set of four volumes in plain slipcase is available at the low price of €135 until 1 March 2020. After that date, the price will be raised to €175. The total collection weighs a little over 10 kg, so please be aware that delivery costs will be higher than usual.
This four-volume set describes and analyses in depth the Dutch marine paintings collected by Anthony Inder Rieden. It includes almost all important masters in this field with representative works, offering a beautiful overview of the development of Dutch marine painting between the end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the eighteenth centuries.
The first volume features introductory texts, as well as chapters by Gerlinde de Beer about the Inder Rieden Collection and by Franz Ossing about the representation of meteorological phenomena in Dutch marine painting. The catalogue includes works by Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom, Andries van Eertvelt, Cornelis Verbeeck, Jan Porcellis, Hans Goderis, Abraham de Verwer and Cornelis Bol.
The second volume features works by Jan van Goyen, Julius Porcellis, Frans de Hulst, Pieter Muller, Abraham van Beijeren, Willem van Diest, Monogrammist dw, Simon de Vlieger, Hendrick Jacobsz Dubbels, Johannes Lingelbach, Jan van de Cappelle, Aelbert Cuyp, Hendrick de Meijer, Hendrick Martensz Sorgh and Jeronimus van Diest. The third volume includes works by Reinier Nooms (called Zeeman), Justus de Verwer, Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraten, Jacob Bellevois, Willem van de Velde the Younger, Adam Pijnacker, Lieve Verschuier, Ludolf Backhuysen, Aernout Smit, Gerard Pompe, Abraham Storck, Hendrik Rietschoof, Willem van de Velde the Elder and Adriaen van der Salm..
The fourth and final volume in this set on Dutch marine painting features the original German texts of all the catalogue entries and of the two chapters by Gerlinde de Beer en Franz Ossing, lists of abrreviated literature and exhibition catalogues, and indices of persons, toponyms, historical events, essels, titles and sales.
Hardcover, 2019, 348 + 348 + 368 + 320 pp.