Item Number: 131851
Title: Moving Pictures. Intra-European Trade in Images, 16th-18th Centuries
Author: De Marchi, Neil ; Sophie Raux (eds)
Price: Not Available
Description: Turnhout: Brepols, 2014. 25cm., pbk., 326pp. 69 b&w illus.
Contents: K. Brosens, Quality, Risk and Uncertainty and the Market for Brussels Tapestry, 1450-1750 ; N. De Marchi (et al), Supply-Demand Imbalance in the Antwerp Painting Market, 1630-1680 ; M. Szanto, The Pont Notre-Dame, Heart of the Picture Trade in France (16th-18th centuries) ; S. Raux, Circulation, Distribution and Consumption of Antwerp Paintings in the Markets of the Southern Netherlands and Northern France (1570-1680) ; C. Rasterhoff, The Zeeland Connection - The Art Trade between the Northern and Southern Netherlands during the Seventeenth Century ; N. Gozzano, From Flanders to Sicily - the Network of Flemish Dealers in Italy and the International (Art) Market in the Seventeenth Century ; I. Cecchini, Going South - The Space for Flemish Art Dealers in Seventeenth-Century Northern Italy ; P. Michel, Paris, Market of Europe - Russian and English Buyers on the paris Market in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century ; C. Guichard, Small Worlds - The Auction Economy in the Late Eighteenth-Century Paris Art Market ; B. Miyamoto, Bidding as a Guide to British Visual Preference - A Late Eighteenth-Century Case Study ; D. Lyna, Towards an Integrated Market? The Austrian Netherlands and the Western European Trade in Pre-Owned Paintings 1750-1800.
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