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Iconclass indexes.

Fritz Laupichler

Iconclass indexes.

by Fritz Laupichler

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Published by Foleor Publishers in Leiden, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, -- 1606-1669 -- Indexes.,
  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, -- 1606-1669 -- Influence -- Indexes.,
  • Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler -- Indexes.,
  • Rembrandt school -- Indexes.,
  • Painting, Dutch -- Themes, motives -- Indexes.,
  • Painting, Modern -- 17th-18th centuries -- Netherlands -- Themes, motives -- Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRembrandt and his School
    Statementby Fritz Laupichler and Roelof Van Straten.
    GenreIndexes.
    ContributionsStraten, Roelof van.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND646
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22412345M
    ISBN 109075035128, 9075035136

    Chapter Prints and the Art of the Book. Straten, Roelof van. 4 vols. Iconclass Indexes: Italian Prints. Doornspijk, Davaco, Vols. 2 and 3 cover Bartsch (Marcantonio Raimondi and His School and Antonio Tempesta and His Time). Art Reference / ZA8 L38 Author: Esther Roth-Katz. Description: Founded in , The Burlington Magazine soon established itself as the world's leading monthly art periodical. Covering all aspects of the fine and decorative arts from ancient times to the present day, the Magazine remains the most authoritative source of .

    This blog is a place where users of Iconclass, the classification system for subjects in the arts, can share news, stories and opinions about their work and Iconclass related projects. We also repost writings about iconclass from other sources (when permitted). Iconclass . Resources by Adam von Bartsch (54) Adam von Bartsch (): Leben und Werk des Wiener Kunsthistorikers und Kupferstechers unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner Reproduktionsgraphik nach Handzeichnungen: mit einem Abriss zur Geschichte und Entwicklung der Zeichnungsreprodukt.

    Feb 13,  · History and Art of the Book Art & Art History Iconclass Indexes: Early German Prints. HumRef NE L Iconclass Indexes: Italian Prints. HumRef NE I28x covers from early apostolic times up to A.D. Indexes images and textual information, as well as bibliographies about the images. Formerly Index of Christian ArtAuthor: Christiane Ramsey. The database is continuously updated and contains records from over journal titles, including peer-reviewed journals and over full open access journals. Scopus indexes trade publications, more than book series, books, over 8 million conference papers and 39 million patent records from five patent offices.


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Iconclass Indexes: Early Netherlandish Painting The Founders & The SecondGeneration (Parts 1 & 2) by Frossati-Okayama, Yassu and a great selection of related. Iconclass is a classification system designed for art and iconography.

It is the most widely accepted scientific tool for the description and retrieval of subjects represented in images (works of art, book illustrations, reproductions, photographs, etc.) and is used. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The unique elements of the Iconclass system are its alphanumeric classification codes, called notations.

Notations always begin with one of the digits 0 - 9, corresponding with the ten main divisions of Iconclass. Notations Iconclass indexes. book be used to describe or index the subjects of visual documents regardless of. Iconclass Indexes. Iconclass Indexes: Dutch Prints The Iconclass Indexes: Dutch Prints cover all of the Dutch prints catalogued by Adam von Bartsch in the first five volumes of his magisterial Le egypharmed2018.com indexes, in eight volumes, make these prints easily accessible for.

The pictures that accompany Iconclass are not an intrinsic part of the Iconclass system, but merely serve as samples to illustrate the possible use of the system. For more information about the Iconclass Classification System see egypharmed2018.com Dec 24,  · Subjects & Symbols in Art: Image Collections Searchable by Subject.

(works of art, book illustrations, reproductions, photographs, etc.) and is used by museums and art institutions around the world.

It can be searched using multiple keywords, as well as combinations of Iconclass indexes. book and classification numbers. Iconclass Indexes Five series Author: Andi Back. Iconclass is a specialized library classification designed for art and iconography.

It was originally conceived by Henri van de Waal, and was further developed by a group of scholars after his death. Development based on Dewey Decimal system. The Iconclass system is one of the largest classification system for cultural content and possibly the.

Iconclass, Amsterdam, Netherlands. likes. Iconclass is a classification system designed for art and egypharmed2018.comers: The outline below lists the basic categories of the Iconclass system. You can use the outline to familiarize yourself with the main groups of subjects.

When you click on a concept you can see how each category is further subdivided. You will find illustrations for almost all of the main categories in the collection of RKDImages. How an Art Historian Connects Art Objects and Information RICHARD BRILLIANT THE HYPOTHETICAL, NORMATIVE (Berlin) book catalog: Iconclass Indexes.

A Series of iconographic reference works. Editors: Roelof van Straten and L.D. Couprie. the Iconclass Indexes will become an invaluable staple in the field of iconographic research.) And what. Feb 26,  · Iconclass indexes: Rembrandt and his school [Avery Reference ND R28 L35] This indexes images from: Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler / Werner Sumowski (Avery Fine Arts ND G28) AND The drawings of Rembrandt / by Otto Benesch (Avery Fine Arts ND R28 B) AND The complete edition of the paintings [of] Rembrandt / A Bredius, rev by H Author: Paula Gabbard.

Leiden, The Netherlands: Foleor Publishers, Softcover. VG+, ex private library. Black wraps bound into red library buckramwith silver lettering. Library classification of a piece of work consists of two steps.

Firstly, the "aboutness" of the material is ascertained. Next, a call number (essentially a book's address) based on the classification system in use at the particular library will be assigned to the work using the notation of the system.

Numbers on book spines are 1) the uniqueTIB volume number and 2) the volumes in the original Bartsch that it revises or illustrates. Standardization and consistency are not strong from volume to volume. ICONCLASS Indexes, Early German Prints. Leiden: Foleor, –.Author: Karen Bucky.

Sharing stories about ICONCLASS. Paper presented at the annual CIDOC conference, SeptemberTbilisi, Georgia Both Iconclass and AAT are widely used multilingual systems to describe and annotate works of art and the content and scope of AAT and.

Iconclass indexes. Early German prints () NEB Uses the Iconclass subject scheme to index some of The illustrated Bartsch volumes on German printmakers.

Published so far: v.1, Martin Scongauer and his school, v. 2, Albrecht Dürer and his time I, v. Albrecht Dürer and his time II, v. 4, Virgil Solis and his time. Iconclass. Though our site now extends to a wide range of Metamorphoses editions and interpretations in more than one language and in more than one medium from Lactantius, Berchorius, and Caxton to Sandys, Garth, Banier and beyond, the old centerpiece of this part of the site is a remarkable illustrated recasting of Ovid fromtext by Johann or Johannes Spreng (), now online and available.

Feb 26,  · An iconographic classification system devised by Henri van de Vaal and used in several photographic archives.

See Image Indexes and Online Image Sites section for further Iconclass applications. The Iconclass system has been published in print along with a systematic bibliography arranged by iconography, 14 vols.

+ 3 vol. index ().Author: Paula Gabbard. Iconclass indexes, Ref ZA8 and online. For additional titles, do a subject search in the catalog for: Symbolism in Art--Dictionaries, or browse Marquand's reference. Iconclass is a multilingual iconographic classification system used internationally by museums and other heritage institutes for describing and indexing images of art works, book illustrations, reproductions and photographs.

Iconclass Browswer. The RKD manages the Iconclass software and is responsible for the management and further development of the Iconclass system.May 16,  · Now that I have read a book from Garcia and a book from Stohl, I have to say I think Garcia is the stronger writer. Not that this was a bad book or uninteresting, although it certainly suffered from some dry, difficult spots.

Instead, it just wasn't as good as /5(90).The databases can be used to establish the provenance of a work of art: The J. Paul Getty Museum acquired The Entombment (ca. ) by Peter Paul Rubens in a Christie's sale in At that time, the provenance of the painting could only be traced as far back as the midth century.