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dc.contributor.authorCurrie, Christina
dc.contributor.authorGhys, Robert
dc.date2006
dc.date.accessioned2021-06-03T16:42:54Z
dc.date.available2021-06-03T16:42:54Z
dc.identifier.citationChristina Currie & Robert Ghys, ‘Design transfer in Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s workshop: a step-by-step reconstruction based on technical examination of his paintings’, in : Copies, répliques, pastiches : l’étude du dessin sous-jacent et de la technologie dans la peinture : colloque XV, Bruges, 11-13 septembre 2003, eds. Hélène Verougstraete & Roger Van Schoute, (Leuven, 2006), pp. 196-206en_US
dc.identifier.isbn90-429-1776-8
dc.identifier.isbn2-87723-932-2
dc.identifier.urihttps://orfeo.kbr.be/handle/internal/7849
dc.descriptionIRR has revealed only one clear instance in Brueghel the Younger’s work where a pounced cartoon was employed for the transfer of the design. The hypothesis that pouncing was routinely used in the artist’s workshop – but that all traces of the process have disappeared – was tested through a series of experiments on practical reconstructions of Brueghel’s usual support and preparatory layers. These reconstructions follow Brueghel’s demonstrated layer structure and materials as closely as possible while taking into account advice from contemporary sources. The tests show that no traces of pouncing dust should remain after underdrawing and painting under normal circumstances, making it entirely feasible that the practice of using pounced cartoons in Brueghel’s workshop was indeed the norm rather than the exception.en_US
dc.languageengen_US
dc.publisherUitgeverij Peeters. Leuven - Paris - Dudley, MAen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesLe dessin sous-jacent et la technologie dans la peintureen_US
dc.titleDesign transfer in Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s workshop: a step-by-step reconstruction based on technical examination of his paintingsen_US
dc.typeArticleen_US
dc.subject.frascatiArtsen_US
dc.audienceScientificen_US
dc.audienceGeneral Publicen_US
dc.subject.freePieter Brueghel the Youngeren_US
dc.subject.freePouncingen_US
dc.subject.freeTechnical art historyen_US
dc.source.titleLa peinture ancienne et ses procédés. Copies, répliques, pastichesen_US
dc.source.volumeColloque XVen_US
dc.source.page196-206en_US
dc.relation.projecthttp://balat.kikirpa.be/object/20027325en_US
Orfeo.peerreviewedNoen_US
dc.source.editorHélène Verougstraete and Jacqueline Couverten_US


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