SEERVELD VOLUMES IMAGE INDEX

Art History Revisited

Biblical Wisdom Underneath Vollenhoven's Categories for Philosophical Historiography
Vollenhoven's Legacy for Art Historiography

  1. Thomas Gainsborough, Mary Countess Howe (c.1760), oil on canvas, 244 x 152.4 cm, Kenwood House, U.K. (view)
  2. Fake bridge to view from Kenwood House, United Kingdom. (view)
  3. François Boucher, Madame Pompadour (1756), 212 x 164 cm. (view)
  4. Hyacinthe Rigaud, Louis XIV (1701), oil on canvas, 277 x 194 cm, Louvre Museum, Paris. (view)
  5. Philippe de Champaigne, Cardinal de Richelieu (c. 1640), oil on canvas. (view)
  6. El Greco, The Virgin with Saint Inés and Saint Tecla (1597–1599), oil on canvas, 193.5 x 103 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (view)
  7. Michelangelo Buonarroti, Day (1526–1531), sculpture in marble for tomb of Lorenzo dei Medici, Florence, 155 x 150 cm (view).
  8. Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Bauerntanz (c. 1568), oil on panel, 114 x 164 cm, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Austria. (view)
  9. Canaletto, Venice: The Basin of San Marco on Ascension Day (1754), oil on canvas, 59 × 54 in. (view) 
  10. Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa (1503–1505), oil on canvas, 76.8 x 53 cm, Louvre Museum, Paris. (view)
  11. Raphael, St. Catharine of Alexandria (c.1507), oil on poplar wood, 72.2 x 55.7 cm, National Gallery, U.K. (view)
  12. Correggio, Jupiter and Antiope (c.1528), oil on canvas, 190 x 124 cm, Louvre Museum, Paris. (view)
  13. Rembrandt van Rijn, Self-portrait (1659), oil on canvas, 84 x 66 cm, The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (view)
  14. Antoine Watteau, panel 1 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  15. Antoine Watteau, panel 2 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  16. Antoine Watteau, panel 3 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  17. Antoine Watteau, panel 4 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  18. Antoine Watteau, panel 5 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  19. Antoine Watteau, panel 6 (1709). Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  20. Antoine Watteau, Les Bergers (1717), 31 x 44 cm, Musée Condé, La Tribune, Chantilly. (view)
  21. Giorgione Barbarelli da Castelfranco, Le concert champêtre (c.1509), oil on canvas, 1.10m x 1.38m, Louvre, Paris. (view)
  22. Dennis Burton, Niagara Honeymoon No. 4–AUM–The Sound of the Falls, 1968, oil on canvas. CS (1977)

Towards a Cartographic Methodology for Art Historiography
Antiquity Transumed and Reformational Tradition

  1. Nicolas Poussin, The Triumph of Pan (1636), oil on canvas, 135.9 x 146 cm, The National Gallery, U.K. (view)
  2. Nicolas Poussin, The Adoration of the Golden Calf (1633–1634), oil on canvas, 154 x 214 cm, The National Gallery, U.K. (view)
  3. Nicolas Poussin, Et in Arcadia Ego (c.1639), oil on canvas, 101 x 82 cm, Devonshire Collection, England. (view)
  4. Nicolas Poussin, Et in Arcadia Ego (c.1650–1655), oil on canvas, 87 x 120 cm, Louvre Museum, Paris. (view)
  5. Nicolas Poussin, The Exposition of Moses (1654), oil on canvas, 150x204 cm, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. (view)
  6. Johannes Vermeer, De Schilderconst (c. 1666), oil on canvas, 120 x 100 cm, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Austria. (view)
  7. Johannes Vermeer, Melkmeisje (c. 1658–1661), oil on canvas, 45.5 x 41 cm, Rijksmuseum, Netherlands. (view)
  8. Johannes Vermeer, Delft (c. 1661–1663), oil on canvas, 96.5 x 117.5 cm, Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.(view)
  9. Johannes Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter (c.1662–1663), oil on canvas, 46.5 x 39 cm, Rijksmuseum, Netherlands. (view)
  10. Johannes Vermeer, Woman with a Pearl Necklace (c.1664), oil on canvas, 55 x 45 cm, Gemaldegalerie, Berlin, Germany. (view)
  11. Johannes Vermeer, Allegory of the Catholic Faith (c.1671–1674), oil on canvas, 114.3 x 88.9 cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. (view)
  12. Johannes Vermeer, Woman Holding a Balance (c. 1665), oil on canvas, 42 x 35.5 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (view)
  13. Anselm Kiefer, Midgard (1980–1985), oil and mixed media on canvas, 279.4 x 378.46 cm, Carnegie Mellon Art Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. (view)
  14. Anselm Kiefer, Wayland’s Song (with Wing) (1982), oil, emulsion, straw, photograph, on canvas, 110 x 150 in. (view)

Methodological Notes for Assessing What Happened 1764-1831 in the History  of Aesthetics
The Moment of Truth and Evidence of Sterility Within Neoclassical Art and Aesthetic Theory of the Later Enlightenment
Idealistic Philosophy in Chickmate: Neoclassical and Romantic Artistic Policy
Badt and Dittmann: Art Historiographic Testing of Heidegger's Aesthetic

  1. Ponte Vecchio (996 AD), Florence, Italy. (view)
  2. Pont du Gard (1st century AD), Provence, France. (view)
  3. Ernst Barlach, The Avenger (1914), bronze sculpture, 438 x 578 x 203 mm, Tate Collection, UK. (view)
  4. Ernst Barlach, The Magdeburger Ehrenmal (1929), oak sculpture, 2.5 x 1.5 x .75 m, Magdeburg Cathedral, Germany. (view)  
  5. Trier School, Homage to Otto III (c. 985 ad). (view)
  6. Giotto, Scenes from the Life of Joachim: No. 4 Joachim’s Sacrificial Offering (c.1304–1306), fresco, 200 x 185 cm, Cappella Scrovegni, Padua, Italy. (view)
  7. Vincent van Gogh, A Pair of Shoes (1887), oil on canvas, 33 x 41 cm, Van Gogh Museum, Netherlands. (view)
  8. Paul Cézanne, Montagne Sainte Victoire from Les Lauves (1904–1906), Basel Kunstmuseum. (view)
  9. Gerhard Hoehme, Der Tod des Herakles (1978), mixed media, canvas, 300 x 240 cm, Saarbrücken Kunstmuseum. CS
  10. Antoine Watteau, Les Enfants de Momus (c.1708). D-V 120. (view)

Telltale Statues in Watteau's Painting

  1. Antoine Watteau, L’Escarpolette (c.1709). D-V 67. Phot. Bibi. Nat. Paris
  2. Antoine Watteau, Le Dénicheur de Moineaux (c.1710). D-V 5. (view)
  3. Peter Paul Rubens, The Garden of Love (before 1634), oil on canvas, 198 x 283 cm, Madrid, Prado. (view)
  4. Antoine Watteau, La Cascade (c.1715), D-V 28. (view)
  5. Antoine Watteau, L’Amour Mal Accompagné (c.1715–16). D-V 272. Phot. Bibl. Nat. Paris
  6. Antoine Watteau, Plaisirs d’Amour (c.1717), Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen. (view)
  7. Antoine Watteau, Les Champs-Elysées (c.1717), oil on panel, 31 x 42 cm, London, Wallace Collection. (view)
  8. Antoine Watteau, Nymphe et Satyr (c. 1715), Paris, Louvre. (view)
  9. Antoine Watteau, Divertissements chainpêtres (c.1718), London, Wallace Collection. (view)
  10. Antoine Watteau, La Leçon d’Amour (c.1718), D-V 263.(view)
  11. Antoine Watteau, Fêtes Vénitiennes (c.1718–19), Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland. (view)

God's Ordinance for Artistry and Hogarth's "Wanton Chace"

  1. Sir Joshua Reynolds, Lady Sarah Sacrificing to the Graces (1763–1765), oil on canvas, 242.6 x 151.5 cm, The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois. (view)
  2. William Hogarth, The Painter and his Pug (1745), oil on canvas, 90 x 70 cm, Tate Britain, UK. (view)
  3. William Hogarth, Idle Apprentice Executed at Tyburn, plate 11 in Industry and Idleness (1747). (view)
  4. William Hogarth, frontispiece to The Analysis of Beauty, printed by J. Reeves for the author, 1753. (view)
  5. William Hogarth, Analysis of Beauty, plate 1, 1753. (view)

Canonic Art: Pregnant Dilemmas in the Theory and Practice of Anton Raphael Mengs

  1. Anton Raphael Mengs, The Parnassus of Apollo, Mnemosyne, and the Nine Muses (1760–1761), oil on canvas, 313 x 580 cm, Villa Albani (now Torlonia), Rome. (view)

No Endangered Species: An Introduction  to the Wood Engraving Artistry of Peter S. Smith

  1. Hans Holbein the Younger, Gebeyn aller Menschen, in La Danse des Morts, 1538. PD
  2. Thomas Bewick, “The Cross-Bill,” Loxia curvirostra, wood engraving, A History of British Birds (1847), 1:233. (view)
  3. From Thomas Bewick, The Fables of Æsop, and others, with designs on wood (London: Longman, 1818), 242. (view)
  4. John Farleigh, wood engraving in George Bernard Shaw’s The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God (1932), Private Collection. PP
  5. Peter S. Smith, Leaving (1984), wood engraving, 103 x 127 mm. Collection of Inès and Calvin Seerveld. AP
  6. Peter S. Smith, Underground (1985), wood engraving, 102 x 77mm. AP
  7. Peter S. Smith, Doorway (1985), wood engraving, 127 x 102mm. AP
  8. Peter S. Smith, Working Late (1986), wood engraving, 76 x 102mm. AP
  9. Peter S. Smith, Fallen Tree (1989), wood engraving, 174 x 126mm. AP

Redemptive Grit: The Ordinary Artistry of Gerald Folkerts

  1. Gerald Folkerts, A Double Portion (1987), oil on canvas. The collection of Inès and Calvin Seerveld. AP
  2. Gerald Folkerts, Good Friday (1989), oil on canvas. Collection of Inès and Calvin Seerveld. AP
  3. Gerald Folkerts, A Study for Alpha 3 (1992), oil on canvas. AP
  4. Gerald Folkerts, Chernobyl Nightmare (1999), oil on canvas, 60 x 54.5 in. AP
  5. Gerald Folkerts, Anniversary #31 (2000), oil on canvas. AP
  6. Gerald Folkerts, Unfinished Business (2000), oil on canvas. AP
  7. Gerald Folkerts, The Watcher (2001), oil on canvas. AP
  8. Gerald Folkerts, Waiting for Eternity (2002), oil on canvas. AP
  9. Gerald Folkerts, Half-moon Dance with Ball and Chain (2002), oil on canvas. AP
  10. Gerald Folkerts, Ralph (2005), oil on canvas. AP