quarta-feira, 20 de outubro de 2010

O comércio dos materiais para artistas na Europa antes de 1700

Foi há pouco publicado o seguinte livro:

Jo Kirby, Susan Nash, Joanna Cannon (ed.), Trade in Artists' Materials. Markets and Commerce in Europe to 1700, London, Archetype Publications, 2010.


  • Catherine Reynolds, Introduction: The European Trade in Painters' Materials to 1700, p. 3
  • Peter Spufford, Lapis, Indigo, Woad: Artists' Materials in the Context of International Trade before 1700, p. 10
  • Wendy R. Childs, Painters' Materials and the Northern International Trade Routes of Late Medieval Europe, p. 29
  • Ian Tyers, Aspects of the European Trade in Oak Boards to England 1200-1700, p. 42
  • Per G. Norseng, The Trade in Painters' Materials in Norway in the Middle Ages. Part 1: The 'Silent' Trade in Painters' Materials in Norway in the High Middle Ages, p. 50
  • Unn Plahter, The Trade in Painters' Materials in Norway in the Middle Ages. Part 2: Materials, Techniques and Trade from the Twelfth Century to the Mid-Fourteenth Century, p. 64
  • Julia A. DeLancey, Shipping Colour: Valute, Pigments, Trade and Francesco di Marco Datini, p. 74
  • Kim Woods, The Supply of Alabaster in Northern and Mediterranean Europe in the Later Middle Ages, p. 86
  • Susie Nash, 'Pour couleurs et autres choses prise de lui …': The Supply, Acquisition, Cost and Employment of Painters' Materials at the Burgundian Court, c. 1375-1419, p. 97
  • Lorne Campbell, Suppliers of Artists' Materials to the Burgundian Court, p. 183
  • Doris Oltrogge, 'Pro lazurio auricalco et alii correquisitis pro illuminacione': The Werden Accounts and other Sources on the Trade in Manuscript Materials in the Lower Rhineland and Westphalia around 1500, p. 189
  • Anna Melograni, Manuscript Materials: Cost and the Market for Parchment in Renaissance Italy, p. 199
  • Susanne Kubersky-Piredda, The Market for Painters' Materials in Renaissance Florence, p. 223
  • Louisa C. Matthew, Barbara H. Berrie, 'Memoria de colori che bisognino torre a vinetia': Venice as a Centre for the Purchase of Painters' Colours, p. 245
  • Roland Krischel, The Inventory of the Venetian Vendecolori Jacopo de' Benedetti: The Non-Pigment Materials, p. 253
  • Steve Wharton, The Materials of Production in Italian Renaissance Pottery: The Inventory of Francesco di Luca, Orciolaio, p. 267
  • Richard E. Spear, A Century of Pigment Prices: Seventeenth-Century Italy, p. 275
  • Gunnar Heydenreich, The Leipzig Trade Fairs as a Market for Painters' Materials in the Sixteenth Century, p. 297
  • Andreas Burmester, Ursula Haller, Christoph Krekel, Pigmenta et Colores: The Artist's Palette in Pharmacy Price Lists from Liegnitz (Silesia), p. 314
  • Ursula Haller, 'Administrator of Painting': The Purchase and Distribution Book of Wolf Pronner (1586-1590) as a Source for the History of Painting Materials, p. 325
  • Jo Kirby, Trade in Painters' Materials in Sixteenth-Century London, p. 339
  • Filip Vermeylen, The Colour of Money: Dealing in Pigments in Sixteenth-Century Antwerp, p. 356
  • Ria Fabri, 'Eenen ramenant van verf ende pinselen': Some Aspects of the Materials used by Seventeenth-Century Cabinet Painters in Antwerp, p. 366
  • Maria Hayward, The London Linen Trade, 1509-1641, and the Use of Linen by Painters in Royal Service, p. 375
  • Zahira Véliz, In Quest of a Useful Blue in Early Modern Spain, p. 389
  • Nicola Costaras, Early Modern Blues: The Smalt Patent in Context, p. 401
  • Ad Stijnman, Frankfurt Black: 'Tryginon appelantes, faex vini arefacta et cocta in fornace', p. 415
  • Daniel Fabian, Giuseppino Fortunato, Tracing White: A Study of Lead White Pigments found in Seventeenth-Century Paintings using High Precision Lead Isotope Abundance Ratios, p. 426
  • Jo Kirby, Glossary, p. 447