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Patriotic and Religious Geographies in Emanuel de Witte’s Church Paintings

Patriotic and Religious Geographies in Emanuel de Witte’s Church Paintings

Presented April 2012 at "Geographies of Desire: A Medieval and Early Modern Interdisciplinary Conference", University of Maryland, College Park

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Matthew Lincoln

April 28, 2012
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  1. Patriotic and Religious Geographies
    in Emanuel de Witte’s Church
    Paintings
    Matthew Lincoln
    University of Maryland, College Park
    University of Maryland, College Park
    Geographies of Desire
    April 28, 2012

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  2. Emanuel de Witte, Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, 1660, Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart

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  3. Emanuel de Witte, Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, 1660, Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart

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  4. Emanuel de Witte, Interior of an Imaginary Protestant Church, 1656-58, Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten

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  5. Tomb of William the Silent in the Nieuwe Kerk, Delft, 1653, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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  6. The Interior of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, c. 1660, National Gallery of Art, Washington

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  7. The Interior of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, c. 1660, National Gallery of Art, Washington

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  8. Hendrick Goltzius, William of Orange, 1581, engraving, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

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  9. Gerard ter Borch, The Ratification of the Treaty of Münster, 1648, London, National Gallery

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  10. Gerrit Honthorst, William II, Prince of Orange, and his wife Maria Stuart, 1647, Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum

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  11. Hendrick de Keyser, epitaph for Jacob van Heemskerk,
    1609, Amsterdam, Oude Kerk
    “…that it may inspire future
    generations to serve their
    country with the same
    courage and duty.”
    Resolution of the
    States-General,
    June 2, 1607

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  12. 1653 1655
    1656
    1655 1664
    1650-51

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  13. Emanuel de Witte, Imaginary Catholic Church, 1669, Private Collection

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  14. Claesz. Visscher, Lasery van Haarlem from Pleasant Places, 1611

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  15. Claesz. Visscher, Blekeryen aende duynen gelegen from Pleasant Places, 1611

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  16. Claesz. Visscher, t’Huys ter Kleef from Pleasant Places, 1611

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  17. Esaias van den Velde, Path to the Right Leading to a Village from Ten Landscapes, 1615-16

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  18. Esaias van den Velde, Skaters to the Left of a Windmill from Ten Landscapes, 1615-16

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  19. Esaias van den Velde, Walled River Town to the Left of a River from Ten Landscapes, 1615-16

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