Dutch art

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Dutch art

MFA Boston launches new research centre focusing on Dutch and Flemish art

The Museum of Fine Art’s new Center for Netherlandish Art is the first of its kind in the US and will include a space to display the fruits of its work

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Diary of an art historian

Did the buyer of the Salvator Mundi get played—or did we?

What better way to boost its star power than by making it "disappear" for a few months?

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Books

The V&A’s complete catalogue of Early Netherlandish, Dutch and Flemish drawings from the 15th century to 1900

A true Benelux bonanza

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Collectors

Connoisseur collectors: A story of ten approaches to acquiring art

From Liechtenstein to Lisbon, these collectors discuss their interests and methods

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Courtauld Gallery

Courtauld “fake” exposed as a real Dutch period piece

Work attributed to 20th-century master forger Han van Meegeren may be 17th-century painting owned by Vermeer

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Interviews

The most important collectors you’ve never heard of: The Van Otterloos

Next year their collection of Dutch and Flemish 17th-century paintings goes on display for the first time in Europe and the US. The couple gave us their first ever interview

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Art Basel

Market experiences new vigour: Design Miami/Basel 2009

Dutch school of design is in the ascendant as the fair commences off Messeplatz

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Collectors

Thomas Scott Kaplan, a financier who owns one of the biggest silver mines in Latin America, is spending millions on design and 17th-century Dutch paintings

He is now the world’s biggest collector of modern furniture

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Books

Klaske Muizelaar and Derek Phillips, Picturing men and women in the Dutch Golden Age

A review of the new volume on Dutch painting

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Restitution

Dutch government yields Nazi-looted 'NK collection'

Thousands of works in secret collection are now being claimed

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Auctions

Biggest Dutch collection to go under the hammer as Anton Dreesmann's life's work goes on sale at Christie's

Dreesmann was a passionate and committed collector who barely ever sold on his beloved acquisitions

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Art market

Famine or feast in the Dutch and Flemish Old Masters trade

As the supply of works by the big names dwindles demand is growing for pictures by lesser known artists

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What's on

What's on in London: Glass extravagance at Mallett's and Richard Green’s cabinet of Dutch delights

Also on show are Ewan Uglow’s precise drawings at Browse and Darby and the diverse talents of Underwood at the Redfern Gallery

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Art market

A solid return of the Old Masters market, with the Dutch living up to their full potential

But heavy disappointment for collector Basia Johnson as recently acquired works failed to sell

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Art market

Books: Dutch colonialism comes home to roost as Indonesians buy back their own art

As interest in pre-colonial and colonial art grows, authors look to document Indonesian art

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Collectors

How dynamic Dutch art collector Joost Ritman finds guidance in Rosicrucianism

The Art Newspaper examine the art and philosophy of a man who has closed deals with Sotheby’s, Noortman and Artemis

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April 1994

Dutch government cuts Mondrian Foundation's sponsorship budget

Holland will not be participating in the Biennales of Sidney and São Paolo as a result