TIAMSA Member News: Rembrandt and the NS Regime / Kunstpropaganda und Marktmacht: Rembrandt im Nationalsozialismus; lecture by Dorothee Wimmer (Forum Kunst und Markt / online, in German)

How could Rembrandt, a Dutch painter, etcher, draughtsman, collector and entrepreneur of the 17th century, be declared Germany’s “most national” artist around 1900, the “educator of the German people” and in National Socialism even a “true Aryan and…

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TIAMSA News: Book Launch – Old Masters Worldwide: Markets, Movements and Museums, 1789–1939, ed. by Susanna Avery-Quash and Barbara Pezzini (18 May 2021, 3pm–4.30pm (UK) via Zoom)

Join TIAMSA Board Member Susanna Avery Quash (National Gallery, London), TIAMSA Founding Member Inge Reist (Frick Collection New, York) and Imogen Tedbury (National Gallery, London) to explore themes and ideas covered in “Old Masters Worldwide“ (ed. by Susanna Avery-Quash and…

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TIAMSA Member News, EXH / PUBL: Creating a National Collection. The Partnership Between the Southampton City Art Gallery and the National Gallery (Southampton City Art Gallery, 28 May-4 September 2021)

In 1911, Southampton Councillor Robert Chipperfield bequeathed his art collection and a significant trust fund to the city – an act of generosity which led to the founding of Southampton City Art Gallery. In his will, Chipperfield…

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