cropped-Foto-Publications

Articles and chapters in books

  • [with Femke van Hest] “Has the art market become truly global? Evidence from China and India”, in: Wouter Been, Payal Arora and Mireille Hildebrandt, Crossroads in new media, identity and law, Palgrave, 2015, 177-196.
  • [with Abdul Shaban] “Trade in the creative sector. Comparing India with China, Brazil and UK”, Economic and Political Weekly, May 2015, vol. 1., nr. 20, 68-75.
  • “The India Art Fair and the market for visual arts in the Global South”, in: Olav Velthuis and Stefano Baia Curioni, Canvases and Careers in a Cosmopolitan Culture. On the Globalization of Contemporary Art Markets, Oxford University Press, 2015, 31-54.
  • [with Karolien De Clippel] “Rubens goes Dutch. Cultural transmission and artistic exchanges in the Low Countries”, Rubenianum Quarterly, 2014, 3-4.
  • [with Claartje Rasterhoff] “The Zeeland connection: the art trade between the northern and southern Netherlands during the seventeenth century”, in: Neil De Marchi and Sophie Raux, eds., Moving Pictures. The European trade in imagery, 1500-1800, Turnhout, 2014, 123-150.
  • “Greener pastures? Capturing artists’ migrations during the Dutch Revolt”, Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 2014, 63, 40-57.
  • [with Payal Arora] “Art markets”, in: Ruth Towse and Christian Handke, eds., Handbook of the digital creative economy, Cheltenham, 2013, 322-329.
  • [with Maarten Van Dijck & Veerle de Laet] “The test of time. Art encyclopedia and the formation of the canon of seventeenth-century painters in the Low Countries,” Empirical Studies of the Arts, 2013, nr. 31 (1), 81-105. Click here for pdf.
  • [with Karolien De Clippel] “Frans Hals en zijn Vlaamse collega’s: dialoog of eenrichtingsverkeer?”, in: Anna Tummers, ed., Frans Hals. Oog in oog met Rembrandt, Rubens en Titiaan, Rotterdam, 2013, 41-54.
  • [with Karolien De Clippel] “Frans Hals and Flemish artists: dialogue or one-way street?”, in: Anna Tummers, ed., Frans Hals. Eye to eye with Rembrandt, Rubens and Titian, Rotterdam, 2013, 41-54.
  • [with Payal Arora] “The End of the Connoisseur? Experts and knowledge production in the visual arts in the digital age,” Information, Communication and Society, 2013, nr. 16 (2), 194-216. Click here for pdf.
  • “The India art fair revisited”, Delhi Diary, February 2013, 32-33.
  • [with Karolien De Clippel] “Rubens and Goltzius in dialogue. Artistic exchanges between Antwerp and Haarlem during the Revolt”, De Zeventiende Eeuw, 2012, nr. 22 (2), 138-160.
  • “Between hope and despair. The state of the Antwerp art market, 1566-1585,” in: Koenraad Jonckheere, ed., Art after iconoclasm, Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2012, 95-108.
  • [with Koenraad Jonckheere] “A world of deception and deceit? Jan Campo Weyerman and the eighteenth-century art market,” Simiolus 35, (2011), nr. 1-2, 100-113. Click here for pdf.
  • “De Antwerpse kunstmarkt tijdens de 16e en 17e eeuw,” in: Beelddenken. Vijf eeuwen beeld in Antwerpen, Schoten, 2011, 216-217.
  • “Antwerpen wordt een metropool, 1500-1542,” in: Gustaaf Asaert e.a., eds., Het groot geschiedenisboek van Antwerpen, Zwolle, 2010, 71-82.
  • “The colour of money. Dealing in pigments in sixteenth-century Antwerp,” in: Jo Kirby Atkinson ed., European Trade in Painters’ Materials to 1700, National Gallery of Art London, 2010, 56-365. Click here for pdf.
  • [with Dries Lyna] “Art auctions in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,” in: Filip Vermeylen, Hans Vlieghe and Dries Lyna, eds., Auctions and art dealers: the dissemination of Netherlandish painting during the Ancien Régime, Turnhout, 2009, 139-153.
  • [with Dries Lyna & Hans Vlieghe] “Introduction,” in: Filip Vermeylen, Hans Vlieghe and Dries Lyna, eds., Auctions and art dealers: the dissemination of Netherlandish painting during the Ancien Régime, Turnhout, 2009, 1-4.
  • The sorrow of Belgium: Tax expenditures as an underused source for financing the arts in Belgium, working paper, Boekmanstichting, Amsterdam, 2007.
  • “Antwerpen: het Onze-Lieve-Vrouwepand. Vernieuwingen in de kunsthandel,” in: Wim Blockmans and Herman Pley, eds., Plaatsen van herinnering. Nederland van prehistorie tot Beeldenstorm, Amsterdam, 2007, 460-469.
  • “Marinus van Reymerswaele: El cambista y su mujer”, in: Arte en el dinero. Dinero en el arte [exhib. Cat. Caja Duero], Salamanca, 2006, 238-239.
  • “Taller de Pieter Brueghel El Joven: El abogado del puebleo”, in: Arte en el dinero. Dinero en el arte [exhib. Cat. Caja Duero], Salamanca, 2006, 244-245.
  • “Adulturous woman on the loose : Rubens paintings sold at auction in Antwerp during the eighteenth century, ” in: Katlijne Van der Stighelen, ed. Liber Amicorum Hans Vlieghe (Pictura Nova XI), Turnhout, 2006, 185-198.
  • “Kunst en economie,” in: Daniel Coninckx & Luc van Ootegem, eds., Wegwijzer wetenschappelijk werk. Bronnen voor papers en verhandelingen in de bedrijfseconomie, Leuven, 2006, 208-212.
  • “The art of the dealer. Marketing paintings in early modern Antwerp,” in: Marika Keblusek, ed., ‘Your humble servant’: agents in early modern Europe, 1500-1800, Leiden, 2006, 109-120.
  • [with Katlijne Van der Stighelen] “The Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke and the marketing of paintings, fifteenth-eighteenth centuries),” in: Neil De Marchi and Hans Van Miegroet, eds., Mapping markets for paintings in Europe and the New World, 1450-1750, Turnhout, 2006, 188-206.
  • “Paintings for Portugal: the exports of Flemish art from Antwerp to Lisbon during the sixteenth century,” in: Bernardo J. Garcia, ed., Ao modo da Flandes. Disponibilidade, innovação e mercado de arte na época dos descobrimentos (1415-1580), Madrid, 2005, 67-72
  • “Antwerp Beckons: The Reasons for Rubens’ Return to the Netherlands in 1608”, Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek (Netherlands Yearbook for the History of Art) 55 (2004), 16-33.
  • [with Bruno Blondé] “A Taste for Bruegel? Genre Painting in Antwerp Probate Inventories, Sixteenth – Eighteenth Centuries,” Working paper.
  • “A la recherche de l’art vendu: la diffusion de la peinture flamande en France (16ième-18ième siècle)” in: Sophie Raux, ed., Collectionner dans les Flandres et la France du Nord au XVIIIe siècle, Lille, 2005, 127-138.
  • [with Michael Limberger] “Historisch onderzoek met betrekking tot het Hertogdom Brabant. Een kritisch overzicht (1998-1998)”, Bijdragen tot de Geschiedenis 86, (2003), 3-235.
  • “The Commercialization of Art: Painting and Sculpture in Sixteenth-century Antwerp,” in: Maryan Ainsworth, ed., Early Netherlandish Painting at the Crossroads. A Critical Look at Current Methodologies, New York, 2001, 46-61.
  • “Futher Comments on Methodology,” in: Maryan Ainsworth, ed., Early Netherlandish Painting at the Crossroads. A Critical Look at Current Methodologies, New York, 2001, 66-9.
  • “Exporting Art Across the Globe. Art Exports from Antwerp in the Sixteenth Century,” Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek (Netherlands Yearbook for the History of Art) 50 (1999), 13-30.
  • “Marketing Paintings in Sixteenth-century Antwerp: Demand for Art and the Role of the Panden,” in: Peter Stabel, Bruno Blondé and Anke Greve, eds., International Trade in the Low Countries (14th – 16th centuries). Merchants, Organization and Infrastructure, Leuven and Apeldoorn, 2000, 193-213.
  • “Foreign Artists in Antwerp (1490-1520),” [in Dutch and English] in: Jan Van der Stock, ed., Antwerp, het verhaal van een metropool (16de-17de eeuw), Antwerp (1993), 194.
  • Vermeylen, “In the Grip of Antwerp. The Campine Region in the Sixteenth Century”, [in Dutch] Taxandria 63 (1991), 229-43.