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Author: Bill Martin
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Harvey Miller Publishers (December 31, 2005)
Pages: 524 pages
Category: History
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StructureThe Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard catalogue project numbers 27. .The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall Gregory Martin 2005.

StructureThe Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard catalogue project numbers 27 parts, spanning 44 titles. I. The Ceiling Paintings for the Jesuit Church in Antwerp ( ) John Rupert Martin 1968.

Rubens' nine paintings on the ceiling of the Banqueting Hall, in Whitehall, London, provided the main decoration of this . Series: Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard (Book 15). Hardcover: 670 pages. Publisher: Brepols Publishers (May 30, 2006).

Rubens' nine paintings on the ceiling of the Banqueting Hall, in Whitehall, London, provided the main decoration of this magnificent room. ISBN-13: 978-0905203720. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches.

The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard) (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard). 0905203720 (ISBN13: 9780905203720).

Published May 30, 2006 by Brepols Publishers. 1.

Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard (HMCRLB 15. Rubens’s nine paintings in the ceiling of the Banqueting Hall, in Whitehall, London, provided the main decoration of this magnificent room, which was the focal point of Stuart Court ceremonial

Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard (HMCRLB 15). G. Martin The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall. Rubens’s nine paintings in the ceiling of the Banqueting Hall, in Whitehall, London, provided the main decoration of this magnificent room, which was the focal point of Stuart Court ceremonial. Commissioned by King James I and his son, the future Charles I, following the destruction of the early Jacobean Banqueting Hall, their role in enhancing court spectacle came to an end with the fire that destroyed the rest of Whitehall Palace in 1598.

Martin, Gregory, The Banqueting House ceiling: two newly discovered projects, Apollo, 139, February .

Martin, Gregory, The Banqueting House ceiling: two newly discovered projects, Apollo, 139, February 1994, pp. 29–43. Martin, Gregory, The Ceiling Decorations of the Banqueting Hall (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard), Part XV, 2 Vols, London and Turnhout: Harvey Miller/Brepols Publishers, 2005. Martin, Gregory, Rubens in London: Art and Diplomacy, London and Turnhout: Harvey Miller/Brepols Publishers. Millar, Oliver, Rubens’s Whitehall Ceiling, The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 149, No. 1247, Flemish and Dutch Art, February 2007, pp. 101–104.

This is a sketch for the ceiling of the Banqueting House at Whitehall Palace. King Charles I wanted it to celebrate his father James I’s reign.

Martin, The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall, Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard Part XV, Antwerp, 2005. Rubens: A Genius at Work, Musées Royaux de Beaux Arts, Brussels, 2007-8, exhibition catalogue, n. 5 Van Dyck and Britain, Tate Britain, 2009, exhibition catalogue, n. 3. This is a sketch for the ceiling of the Banqueting House at Whitehall Palace. He commissioned Rubens, who was visiting London to negotiate a peace treaty with Spain.

Martin, Gregory, The Ceiling Decorations of the Banqueting Hall (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard), Part .

Martin, Gregory, The Ceiling Decorations of the Banqueting Hall (Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard), Part XV, 2 Vols, London and Turnhout: Harvey Miller/Brepols Publishers, 2005.

The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall Gregory Martin Turnhout: Harvey Miller/Brepols, 2006. This part of the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard presents the most comprehensive overview ever given of the history of this commission

The Ceiling Decoration of the Banqueting Hall Gregory Martin Turnhout: Harvey Miller/Brepols, 2006. ISBN: 978-05203-72-0 524 . 232 ill. The ceiling decoration of the Banqueting Hall. This part of the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard presents the most comprehensive overview ever given of the history of this commission. It describes the complex origins of the project and places the subject in the context of the political and moral aspirations of the early Stuarts. GO TO. The ceiling decoration of the Banqueting Hall.

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Rubens' nine paintings on the ceiling of the Banqueting Hall, in Whitehall, London, provided the main decoration of this magnificent room, which was the focal point of Stuart Court ceremonial. Commissioned by King James I and his son, the future Charles I, following the destruction of the early Jacobean Banqueting Hall, their role in enhancing court spectacle came to an end with the fire that destroyed the rest of Whitehall Palace in 1598. The delay in executing the commission was due to matters of state, in which Rubens was involved as a diplomat. His stay in London in this capacity in 1629/30 made possible the realization of this commission. Rubens would have been aware that the Stuarts owed their position to the regal union of the crowns of England and Scotland, that his royal patron had now embraced his father's pacific policy and that he was the more determined to impose an absolute rule, which his father had eloquently expounded in speeches and treatises. These three themes form the central core of the cycle which glorified the reign of the late king, James I. The cycle presented Rubens with a great challenge, not only because of the novelty of the subject matter, but also because of the formal problems presented by the huge scale of the work. This volume of the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard provides the fullest review to date of the history of the commission, it also unravels the complex preparatory work and places the subject matter in the context of early Stuart political and ethical aspirations.