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THE CRAFTSMAN REVEALED. ADRIAEN DE VRIES. Sculptor in Bronze

ADRIAEN DE VRIES (1556-1626)

The sculptor Adriaen de Vries (1556-1626) spent much of his life working for the most discerning royal courts of the age, including that of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. A master of composition and technique, De Vries was relatively unknown until the J. Paul Getty Museum\'s groundbreaking 1999 exhibition Adriaen de Vries: Imperial Sculptor, which firmly established the artist\'s reputation and afforded a rare opportunity to study in depth a large group of bronzes.

This heavily illustrated volume presents the results of the technical study of twenty-five bronzes from the exhibition. Introductory chapters provide background on the artist and technical methodologies. Subsequent chapters present case studies of individual statues, revealing the methods and materials used in their creation. The book will be of great interest to conservators, conservation scientists, art historians, curators, and sculptors.

Jane Bassett is associate conservator of decorative arts and sculpture at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Peggy Fogelman is director of education and interpretation at the Peabody Essex Museum. David A. Scott is chari of the U.C.L.A./Getty Conservation Program ,Ronald C.Schmidtling II is a geologist in private practice in Los Angeles.

de Vries udførte i 1616-18 Neptun-fortænen for Christian  IV til Frederiksborg Slot, hvor den blev indviet i 1622, men blev i 1659 bortført som krigsbytte af svenskerne, hvor den i dag er opstillet i Drottningholms slotpark. En rekonstruktion står i dag slotsgården på Frederiksborg Slot.  

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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner VRIES, Adriaen de
Forfatter Jane Bassett
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 320 ill, heraf 100 i farver
Format / Sideantal 26 x 20 cm / 352 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Getty Publications
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9780892369195
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ADRIAEN DE VRIES (1556-1626)

The sculptor Adriaen de Vries (1556-1626) spent much of his life working for the most discerning royal courts of the age, including that of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. A master of composition and technique, De Vries was relatively unknown until the J. Paul Getty Museum\'s groundbreaking 1999 exhibition Adriaen de Vries: Imperial Sculptor, which firmly established the artist\'s reputation and afforded a rare opportunity to study in depth a large group of bronzes.

This heavily illustrated volume presents the results of the technical study of twenty-five bronzes from the exhibition. Introductory chapters provide background on the artist and technical methodologies. Subsequent chapters present case studies of individual statues, revealing the methods and materials used in their creation. The book will be of great interest to conservators, conservation scientists, art historians, curators, and sculptors.

Jane Bassett is associate conservator of decorative arts and sculpture at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Peggy Fogelman is director of education and interpretation at the Peabody Essex Museum. David A. Scott is chari of the U.C.L.A./Getty Conservation Program ,Ronald C.Schmidtling II is a geologist in private practice in Los Angeles.

de Vries udførte i 1616-18 Neptun-fortænen for Christian  IV til Frederiksborg Slot, hvor den blev indviet i 1622, men blev i 1659 bortført som krigsbytte af svenskerne, hvor den i dag er opstillet i Drottningholms slotpark. En rekonstruktion står i dag slotsgården på Frederiksborg Slot.