Dr Rembrandt Duits

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Contact details

Name:
Dr Rembrandt Duits
Position:
Deputy Curator (Photographic Collection)
Institute:
Warburg Institute
Location:
WOBURN SQUARE, LONDON WC1H 0AB
Phone:
020 7862 8949
Email address:
Rembrandt.Duits@sas.ac.uk
Website:
http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/institute/staff_directory.htm

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Cultural memory, Digitisation, Early Modern, History of art
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Renaissance art and material culture
 

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
28-Feb-2017 Micha Leeflang and Kees van Schooten, Middeleeuwse Borduurkunst uit de Nederlanden

Review

 Review of Mischa Leeflang and Kees van Schooten, Middeleeuwse Borduurkunst uit de Middeleeuwen, The Burlington Magzine No 1367, vol. 159 (February 2017), p. 146

01-Dec-2016 Dorothea McEwan, Fritz Saxl. Eine Biographie. Aby Warburgs Bibliothekar und erster Direktor des Londoner Warburg Institutes

Review

Review of Dorothea McEwan, Fritz Saxl. Eine Biographie. Aby Warburgs Bibliothekar und erster Direktor des Londoner Warburg Institutes, in Peritia. Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland 27 (2016), pp. 287-81.

01-May-2014 Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome

Review

 Review of Renata Ago, Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome’ in Renaissance Quarterly 67/2 (Summer 2014), pp. 594-595.

28-Mar-2013 Byzantine Icons in the Medici Collection

Chapters

in A. Lymberopoulou and Rembrandt Duits, Byzantine Art and Renaissance Europe, London: Ashgate, 2013, pp. 157-88

28-Mar-2013 Byzantine Art and Renaissance Europe

Edited Book

(with Angeliki Lymberopoulou)

01-Dec-2012 “Abiti gravi, abiti stravaganti”: Veronese’s Creative Approach to Drapery

Chapters

in Paolo Veronese. A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice, exhibition catalogue, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota 2012

01-Jan-2012 Veronese’s Creative Approach to Drapery’, Paolo Veronese. A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice, eds V. Brilliant and F. Ilchman, Sarasota, 2012 (exhibition catalogue)

Chapters

01-Dec-2011 ‘Reading the stars of the Renaissance. Fritz Saxl and Astrology’, in Journal of Art Historiography, 5, December 2011

Articles

01-Jan-2011 'Una icona pulcra'. The Byzantine Icons of Cardinal Pietro Barbo

Articles

Jackson, Philippa, and Rebecchini, Guido (eds), Mantova e il Rinascimento italiano. Studi in onore di David S. Chambers, Mantua, pp. 127-42.

01-Jan-2009 The Survival of the Pagan Sky. Illustrated Constellation Cycles in Manuscripts

Essay in conference volume Images of the Pagan Gods. London: The Warburg Institute/Nino Aragno

31-Dec-2008 Gold brocade and Renaissance painting : a study in material culture

London : Pindar Press

01-Jan-2007 Art, Class and Wealth

Chapters

Woods, Kim W., Richardson, Carol. R., and Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (eds), Viewing Renaissance Art, London and Milton Keynes: The Open University/Yale University Press, pp. 21-58.

01-Jan-2005 Celestial Transmissions. An Iconographical Classification of Constellation Cycles in Manuscripts (8th-15th Centuries)

Articles

Scriptorium, 59 (2), pp. 147-202

09-Jan-2002 The Waning of the Renaissance

Essay in conference volume Images of the Pagan Gods. London: The Warburg Institute/Nino Aragno

01-Jan-1999 Figured riches : the value of gold brocades in fifteenth-century Florentine painting

Articles

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 62, pp. 60-92

Research Projects & Supervisions

Current PhD topics supervised:

Dates Details
From: 01-Oct-2014
Until:
The French Renaissance of the Pagan Gods

 co-supervision with Dr Paul Taylor

Past PhD topics supervised:

Dates Details
From: 01-Oct-2012
Until: 30-Sep-2015
Drawing upon the Gods: Medieval Depictions of the Pagan Deities and their Relationship to Contemporary Ovidian Commentaries

 co-supervision with Prof Charles Burnett

From: 01-Oct-2011
Until: 30-Sep-2014
Exchange of Knowledge through Translation: Jan Baptista van Helmont and his Editors and Translators in the Seventeenth Century

 co-supervision with Dr Guido Giglioni

From: 01-Oct-2008
Until: 26-Mar-2011
Jan van Naaldwijk’s Chronicles of Holland

Co-supervision with prof. Jill Kraye

Available for doctoral supervision: Yes

Professional Affiliations

Collaborations:

Name Type Activity Start date End date
Damned in Hell in the Frescoes of Venetian-dominated Crete (13th- 17th centuries) Leverhulme international network project Research, Conferences, and Publication 01-Sep-2011 01-Sep-2013
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