1 October 2011 | Rotterdam

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam has created a web-portal on Provenance Research which, among other cases, contains a wealth of information about the Koenigs Collection, including claims by one of his many grandchildren. Visit the museum’s website. Here’s  a direct link to the section about the Koenigs Collection.

Bezoek de website voor de Nederlandse documenten betreffende het herkomstonderzoek van het museum en in het bijzonder de Collectie Koenigs
Through the many hyperlinks, found throughout the text and at the end of the 19 pages pdf-document, you may find dozens of documents with more detailed information.


Hugo Chapman
(Photograph Monroe Warshaw)

5 July 2011 | London

A graduate from London University, Hugo Chapman (1963) first worked for a decade at Christie’s as specialist of Old Master Drawings. In 1995 he joined the British Museum. As Assistant Keeper he has been in charge of the Italian drawings (1400-1800), shifting his field of interest to the French drawings of the same period during the last few years. He has been the curator of some major exhibitions, including Raphael from Urbino to Rome in 2004, Michelangelo Drawings: Closer to the Master in 2005, also shown at the Teylers Museum (Haarlem), and Italian Renaissance drawings from Fra Angelico to Leonardo in 2010, a joint project with the Uffizi (Florence), also the second venue in 2011. Hugo Chapman is the successor of Antony Griffiths, who will retire later this month.


Jane Turner

9 March 2011 | Amsterdam
Jane Turner will become Head of the Print Room of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam as from 1 September 2011. She is the fourteenth international expert to strengthen the Rijksmuseum in the run-up to the reopening in 2013. Turner (1956, US)  is an internationally renowned art historian and specialist in Dutch 16th and 17th-century drawings with an impressive career to date. She is well known as the author of the 2006 collection catalogue of the Dutch drawings in the Morgan Library & Museum in New York and as the editor of the Dictionary of Art (34 volumes). She is also the capable editor of our sister periodical Master Drawings, which she will combine with her work in Amsterdam. This fall her collection catalogue of the Dutch drawings in the V&A in London will be published. The editors of Delineavit et Sculpsit wish her a lot of success and satisfaction in her new position.

Rijksmuseum Press release


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