4 edition of Princely display. The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms found in the catalog.
Princely display. The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms
June 1998 by B.V. Waanders Uitgeverji .
Written in English
|Contributions||Marika Keblusek (Editor), Jori Zijlmans (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
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[Marika Keblusek; Jori Zijlmans; Haags Historisch Museum.;]. From to Frederik Hendrik, prince of Orange, was stadholder of the most important provinces in the Dutch Republic, Frederik Hendrik and his wife Amalia van Solms created a royal court in the Netherlands, the like of which the country had never seen.
This book. Princely display: the court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms (Book) Courtly rivals in The Hague: Elizabeth Stuart & () Amalia von Solms () by Nadine Akkerman (Book).
Koen Ottenheym, “Possessed by Such a Passion for Building. Frederik Hendrik and Architecture” in Princely display: the court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms, compiled and edited by Marika Keblusek and Jori Zijlmans (Zwolle: Waanders Publishers, ). For the state of affairs at the Orange court, see Willem Frijhoff, “The Princely Court at the Hague: A National and European Perspective,” and Marie-Ange Delen, “The Genesis of the Court at the Hague,” in Princely Display: The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia Van Solms, ed.
Maria Keblusek and Jori Zijlmans (Zwolle Author: Saskia Beranek. The Acteonisation. The play’s characters are apparently listed not according to rank, but to their court position: the Prince d’Orange (Frederik Hendrik, –), the Princesse d’Orange (Amalia von Solms), the Princesse Royale (Mary Stuart, –), Prince Guillaume (Willem II, –), and Mademoiselle de Portugall Morice (Eleonora Mauritia of Crato, Princess of Portugal Author: Marika Keblusek.
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25 On the conscious strategy of Frederik Hendrik and Amalia van Solms to create a court culture in the Low Countries to give dynastic prominence to the house of Orange see M. Keblusek and J. Zijlmans, Princely Display: The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms (Zwolle: Historical Museum, The Hague, ).
Rembrandt’s only court portrait depicts Frederik Hendrik’s aristocratic wife, Amalia von Solms, as a sober Dutch matron; it was quickly replaced with a more glamorous portrait by Gerrit van Honthorst (–).
15 While Lievens eventually modulated his style toward classical finesse, Rembrandt resolutely maintained his independence from Cited by: 1. Olaf Mörke (), ‘The Orange Court As Centre of Political and Social Life during the Republic’, in Marika Keblusek and Jori Zijlmans (eds), Princely Display: The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague (Zwolle: The Hague Historical Museum), pp.
58– Google ScholarAuthor: Ann Hughes, Julie Sanders. overt Flinck’s Allegory on the Memory of Frederik Hendrik (fig.
), commissioned in the early s by Amalia van Solms, Princess of Orange, is a significant work in terms of both the trajectory of Flinck’s career and Orange patronage strategies.1 Yet how and why Flinck was selected for this commission has never been addressed, nor has.
Princess Elisabeth () Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia, Countess Palatine, Abbess of Herford Princely Display: The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms.
Zijlmans. The Hague: Waanders. Klopp, Onno, ed. Aan het hof van Frederik Hendrik en Amalia (Zwolle, ). Also a version in English: Princely Display. The Court of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague.
Simultaneously there was an exhibition in the Mauritshuis entitled Princely Patrons. The Collection of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague. This. The play ’ s characters are apparently listed not according to rank, but to their court position: the Prince d’Orange (Frederik Hendrik, –), the Princesse d ’ Orange (Amalia von Solms), the Princesse Royale (Mary Stuart, –), Prince Guillaume (Willem ii, –), and Mademoiselle de Portugall Morice (Eleonora Mauritia of Crato, Princess of Portugal, –).
position: the Pr ince d’Orange (Frederik Hendrik, ), the Princesse d ’ Orange (Amalia von Solms), the Princesse Royale (Mary Stuart, - ), Prince GuillaumeAuthor: Marika Keblusek.
Huygens introduced Dieussart to Frederik Hendrik and his wife Amalia van Solms, and the first fruit of their collaboration was a bust of Frederik Hendrik (). Larger and smaller commissions followed, e.g. four life-sized, full-length portraits of the stadtholders, intended for the Oranjezaal (Orange Hall) of the Palace Huis ten Bosch.
The guises of both biblical and mythological women were employed to give women, especially women at the court of the Stadholder in The Hague, a forceful public presence. 39 Such power-engendering historiated portraiture was particularly important to Amalia van Solms, wife of Frederick Henry (–) Prince of Orange.
Amalia significantly. Consorts of Viols, Theorbos and Anglo–Dutch Voices. Although The Hague was the destination of choice and the centre of gravity in the lives of English Royalist exiles between the later s and the Restoration ofanother important émigré English community established itself in Antwerp.
Susan J. Barnes et al., Van Dyck: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings (New Haven, ),no. III; Peter van der Ploeg and Carola Vermeeren, Princely Patrons: The Collection of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia of Solms in the Hague (Exh. cat. The Hague, Mauritshuis) (Zwolle, ).
Ashgate, ); Keblusek, Marika, and Jori Zijlmans, eds. Princely Display: The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms (The Hague; Zwolle: Historical Museum; Waanders, ); Beranek, Saskia.
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From to Frederik Hendrik, prince of Orange, was stadholder of the most important provinces in the Dutch Republic. Frederik Hendrik and his wife Amalia van Solms created a royal court in the Netherlands, the like of which the country had never seen. This book /5(K). See Peter van der Ploeg et al., Princely Patrons: The Collection of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia of Solms in the Hague (The Hague, ), –, nos.
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Compiled and ed. Keblusek, Marika, and Jori Zijlmans. The Hague:. Parents: Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange and Amalia of Solms-Braunfels Married: Mary, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of King Charles I of England, in Died: November 6,a in The Hague, Dutch Republic, now in the Netherlands.
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He is well known for his Counter-Reformation altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and history paintings of mythological and allegorical subjects. In addition to 23 pins. Zijlmans (eds.), Princely display: the court of Frederik Hendrik ofOrange andAmalia van Solms, exh.
cat. The Hague (Royal Cabinet ofPaintings Mauritshuis)I. 4 Johan Maurits, letter of 26 July to Resident Le Maire in Copenhagen, Archive ofJohan Maurits (A4),Koninklijk Huisarchief (KHA), The Hague. The letters quoted by Slothouwer on pp. and (Huygens to Princess Amalia van Solms and to Jacob Jordaens respectively) show with what exactness Van Campen wished his designs to be followed.
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