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FRELING, WIJNAND V.J. Stucwerk in het Nederlandse woonhuis uit de 17e en 18e eeuw. Een onderzoek naar het materiaalgebruik, de vormgeving en verspreiding van stucwerk uit de 17e en 18e eeuw in het Nederlandse woonhuis. Leeuwarden-Mechelen, Eisma., 1996.
Original publisher's red cloth, dustjacket, 384pp., 154 photogr., topogr. index, and index on artists and plaster-craftsmen. Contents; Introduction [research-means-purpose-intention]. Stucco Inside [from old in different civilizations: Asia-Egypt-Crete-Greece-Etruscan-Roman-Islamic cultures-pre-Columbian America-Western Europe in the Middle-Ages]. The Renaissance in Western Europe [Italy-North-Italy and Switzerland-Germany-France-England]. The 17th and 18th Century in the Surroundings of the Netherlands [Belgium-Westfalen and the Rhineland-England]. Stucco in the Netherlands, a brief survey [introduction-17th and 18th century-19th century-20th century-deviate materials] Ornamental Stucco in the Dutch private houses in the 17th and 18th centuries [introduction-the place of the stucco in the interior-entrance-hall-corridors-lighting domes-staircases-rooms-fireplaces-dessus de portes-walls] Different Kind of Ceilings [stucco arround beams-flat stucco ceilings-vaulted arch ceilings-cornice stucco ceilings-stucco ceilings with a deep-set center]. Figurative Representations Use of Colour. Development of style from 1600 to 1800 [oldest known ornamentated stucco in the Netherlands-the 17th century upto Louis XIV style-baroque ceilings and the international developments-The rise of Louis XIV style in the Republic upto 1715-louis XIV style upto 1740-the transition to rococo upto 1750- Rococo upto 1770- transition and Neo Classicism upto 1800]. Design and Designers [introduction-transition period 18th century-Rococo-development in the 18th century in the Dutch Republic- the 18th century upto 1765-realisation of the design] Design and Construction [ introduction-plaster craftsmen and artisans-plaster craftsmen in the 17th century in the Netherlands-italian plaster craftsmen in the Dutch Republic-18th century not-italian plaster craftsmen in the Dutch Republic-guilds-the construction of a stucco ceiling-tools-moulds-the costs]. The Chemical composition of the Stucco [introduction] Materials [lime CaCO-the burning of limestone-lime kilns-stone lime- shell lime-plaster CaSO4x2H2O-sand-cement-fibre-reed]. Mortar Compositions [old recipes-adhesive stucco-mortar compositions to day-additional components]. Qualifications of mortars [lime mortar- and processing-survey pressure of mortars] Methods of Examination of the Materials.[introduction-intention of the research-laboratory research-conclusion]. Summary and Conclusions [2pp. in English]. Text in Dutch. New. Deliverable from stock. Interior stuccowork in the Netherlands.The oldest ornamental stuccowork in the Dutch private house dates back to the 16th century. The previous period is characterized by a wooden skeleton; at wich the petrifaction of the walls takes place first. Till far in the 17th century the ceiling stays constructed mainly in wood with ornamental paintings. Just in the last quarter of the 17th century a growing interest in making a plastered ceiling exists. In that time, both in Rijnland and Westfalen, and in England numerous plastered ceilings are being constructed. In the Republic, till about the turn of the century these activeties are limited. In the first quarter there is an acceleration followed by a tremendous increase in the next 40 to 50 years in the 18th century. From that period on the Republic is not inferior any more to the surrounding countries.
(BOXHORN, Marcus Zuerius). Important work on the legal, political and historical status of the Dutch Republic Commentariolus de statu confoederatarum provinciarum Belgii. Accesssit de eadem materia Pauli Merulae Diatriba. Nec non Decretum Ordd. Holl. & West-Frisiae, De antiquo iure Reip. Batavicae. The Hague, Adriaan Vlacq for Johannes Vlacq, 1668.
The 6th edition of this highly interesting treatise on the legal and political status of the Dutch Republic. Addressing the main political issues in the seventeen century Dutch Republic, the book provides a summary of the constitution of the Republic discussing <I>i.a</I>. provincial sovereignty, issues of State and Church government, international relationships, economics, practice of governance and the function of the stadholder. The work was first published in The Hague by Joh. Verhoeve in 1649; further editions in 1650, 1654, 1659. The first Dutch edition (<I>Politijck handboexken van de Staat van 't Nederlandt</I>) was published in 1650 (4th in 1652, 5th in 1660, 6th in 1674). The book deals not only with the legal, political and historical aspects of the Dutch Republic such as the history of the Union of Utrecht, the armies, finances, and foreign relations during the so-called 'Eighty-Years War', but also with economic life, such as taxes and the Dutch East India Company (pp. 117-39). On p. 135 for example, is a passage discussing slavery, and the employment of slaves on sugar plantations in Brazil. The work is of eminent importance for giving the crucial texts of treaties, instructions for high officials, oaths, etc.<I> in extenso</I>. Added is the 'Diatribe de statu Reipubl. Batavicae' (in Dutch the 'Kort verhael van den Staet der Republycke van Hollandt') van Paulus Merula (pp. 145-59). The 'Decretum Orduinum Hollandiae et West-Frisiae, de antiquo iure Reipublicae Batavicae', dated Haarlem, 16 October 1583, follows on pp. 160-74. Then the 'Articuli Pacis Unionis et Confederationis' (Unie van Utrecht, 1573) with an addendum dated 28 April 1654, on pp. 175-202.Marcus Zuerius Boxhorn (1602-1653), professor at the university of Leyden (1633; in 1648 he was appointed Professor Historiae, as the successor of the famous Daniel Heinsius), was a prolific author and was both nationally and internationally held in high esteem as a scholar.Paulus Merula (1558-1607) was Professor Historiae at the Leiden University from 1593 onwards; in 1603 he was Rector Magnificus. In 1598 he was appointed official historian of the States General.
Good copy from the Macclesfield collection (Cat. 41).- ((Lower right-hand corner of first three lvs. water stained, some lvs soiled).
<I>NNBW</I> VI, cols. 178-80, cf. Klashorst, Blom & Haitsma Mulier, 154; S.P. Haak,<I> Paulus Merula</I> (1901)..
12mo. Contemporary calf with gilt line alomh the edges, gilt corner pieces, spine gilt in compartments with title lettered in gold, gilt binding edges, g.e, marbled endpapers. (12), 202 pp.
[SW: 17th Century; Netherlands; History]
(FOKKE, Simon). The death of princess Anna of Hannover, regent of the Dutch Republic, in 1759 - the funeral ceremonies Afbeelding van de kaamer en 't parade-bed waar op het lyk van Haare Koninklyke Hooghaid Anna, Kroon princesse - in de maand February 1759 ten toon is gesteld geweest. Naauwkeuriglyk nagetekent door den heere De Swart, en in het koper gebragt. door de heer S. Fokke. Description de la chambre et lit de parade sur lequel le corps de son Altesse Royale Anne, pricesse Royale ... a ete expose ... en fevrier 1759. ... The Hague, Pierre Gosse, 1759.
Original and only editions of the description and illustrations of the funeral ceremonies on the occasion of the death of Princess Anna of Hannover, at the time regent for William V, Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic. Princess Anna of Hannover, duchess of Brunswick-Luneburg, was born in on the 2nd of November 1709. She was the eldest daughter of George II August, duke of Brunswick-Luneburg, later King of England as George II, and Wilhelmina Charlotte of Brandenburg-Ansbach. In 1734 Anna married Willem Karel Hendrik Friso, Prince of Orange and Stadtholder of Friesland. When in 1747 her husband became Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic, as Willem IV, the couple moved from Leeuwarden to The Hague. After the death of Willem IV in 1751, she became regent for her three years old son, the later Stadtholder Willem V. Until het death on the 12th of January 1759, she has played a prominent part in the political life of the Republic constantly defending the position of the House of Orange against the republicans, the 'regenten' or 'patriots'.Ad 1: The description and 4 plates of the ceremonial mourning chamber and Princess Anna on her deathbed. The text pages with Dutch and French text in parallel columns. The engavings are by Simon Fokke after the drawings of P. de Swart with French and Duth engraved explicatory lines.Ad 2: The description and 16 plates of the ceremonial procession and cortege during the funeral on the 23rd of February at Delft. Dutch and French texts in parallel columns; the engravings by Simon Fokke after P.C. de la Farque, each with Dutch and French explicatory engraved lines.
Splendid copy on heavy large folio paper with the plates in their original fresh impressions.
Ad 1: Vinet 756; Lipperheide 2675; Van Stolk V, 4080; Muller 4095; Landwehr, Splendid ceremonies, 233. Ad 2: Vinet 756bis; Lipperheide 2676; Van Stolk V, 4081; Muller 4097; Landwehr, Splendid ceremonies, 234.
Large folio. 19th century half green morocco, spine with red label lettered in gold, marbled endpapers. With engraved coat of arms of Princess Anna by J. Besoet on both titles, and 4 engavings by S. Fokke after De Swart (ca. 165-185 x 225-325 mm) each pasted on a double-leaf of heavy paper. (4), 4 pp. <B>(FOKKE, Simon). </B>Lyk-Staetsie van haere koninglyke hoogheid Anna, kroon princesse van Groot-Brittannien, princesse douariere van Oranje en Nasau ... Gehouden den 23. February 1759. Nauwkeuriglyk nagatekent door P.C. la Fargue, en in het kooper gebragt door Simon Fokke. Convoi-Funebre de son altesse royale Anne, ...Hague, Pierre Gosse, 1761. Folio. With the same engraved coat of arms on both titles, and 16 engravings by Simon Fokke after P.C. la Fargue (ca. 185-195 x 390-400 mm), each pasted on a double-leaf of heavy paper. (4), 27 pp.
[SW: Netherlands; Art General; Splendid Ceremonies]
EDITED BY WIEP VAN BUNGE.. The Early Enlightenment in the Dutch Republic, 1650-1750. BRILL. 2003.. BRILL, 2003. ; fester Einband / hard cover ISBN: 9789004135871
Hardback, viii, 272 pp. , NEW. Hardback - This book contains twelve essays by prominent historians from the Netherlands, Belgium and the United States on the early Enlightenment in the Dutch Republic. In the wake of the increased awareness of the importance of this particular period for the European Enlightenment as a whole, they focus on Cartesianism, Spinozism and Empiricism, the three main schools of thought that made up its philosophical profile. The first part of the book highlights the academic infrastructure of the Dutch Republic and the theological response to the Radical Enlightenment. The second and third parts concentrate on the philosophical and the scientific developments in the Dutch Republic from 1650 to 1750. The final part of this book deals with the international proliferation of the Dutch Radical Enlightenment and with the way in which its main protagonists have been ignored by Dutch historiography.Contributors include: Wiep van Bunge, Andrew Fix, Jonathan Israel, Eric Jorink, Henri Krop, Wijnand Mijnhardt, Han van Ruler, Paul Schuurman, Geert Vanpaemel, Hans de Waardt, Ernestine van der Wall, and Michiel Wielema. - Selected Papers of a Conference held at the Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, 22-23 March 2001 - 120.
Hardback, NEAR FINE.