Mediating Netherlandish Art and Material Culture in Asia
Scholars have extensively documented the historical and socioeconomic impact of the Dutch East India Company. They have paid much less attention to the company's significant influence on Asian art and visual culture.Mediating Netherlandish Art and Material Culture in Asiaaddresses this imbalance with a wide range of contributions covering such topics as Dutch and Chinese art in colonial and indigenous households; the rise of Hollandmania in Japan; and the Dutch painters who worked at the court of the Persian shahs. Together, the contributors shed new light on seventeenth-century Dutch visual culture-and the company that spread it across Asia.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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