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There still exist today uncertainties and misunderstandings in our interpretation of panel makers' marks from early 17th century Antwerp. In the future, panel marks and the panels on which they can be found will certainly render much more information concerning the technology of that time. Still more can be added to our comprehension of the way the panel makers worked in Antwerp. In the following paper I shall give a brief summary of the present state of research, as well as outline the complicated task of interpreting these marks and their use as a dating tool. The ready-made supports of that period will also be discussed.
|Title of host publication||Technologia Artis. The Third Yearbook of the Historical Art Technology Prague|
|Editors||Antonin Novak, Milena Necaskova|
|Place of Publication||Prague|
|Publication status||Published - 1993|
- 1 Lecture and oral contribution
Jørgen Wadum (Other)2 Jun 2022
Activity: Talk or presentation › Lecture and oral contribution
- 2 Active
MoA: Marks and Brands on Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Dutch and Flemish Panel Paintings. History, Meaning & Digitization
09/01/2023 → 31/03/2023
Marks on Art: Panel Makers' Marks - empirical and archival research
Wadum, J., Moortgat, I., Jager, A., Weidema, S., van Vlierden, M. & Roels, S.
15/03/2018 → 20/02/2026