Seventeenth Century Dutch Art and Society/Patronage


Scholars explored two research themes during the 1986/1987 year: Seventeenth Century Dutch painting and the broader issues of art patronage. The scholars were drawn from disciplines ranging from art history to economic history.

Getty Scholars


André Corboz, Eidgenössiche Technische Hoschule Zürich, Switzerland, Art History

Dale Kent, La Trobe University, Australia, Renaissance History

J. Michael Montias, Yale University, Economic History

Stephen Orgel, Stanford University, European History

Berthold Riese, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, Archaeology (Mesoamerica)

Gary Schwartz, Maarssen, The Netherlands, Art History

Jacob Smit, Columbia University, European History

Kim Veltman, University of Toronto, Canada, European Cultural History

Jan de Vries, University of California, Berkeley, Early Modern European History

Lyckle de Vries, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands, Art History

Martin Warnke, Universität Hamburg, Germany, Art History

Visiting Scholars


James Ackerman, Harvard University, Art History

Barry Bergdoll, Columbia University, Architectural History

Vittore Branca, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Italy, Literature

Maria Dalai Emiliani, University of Genoa, Italy, History of Art Criticism

Gotthardt Früsorge, Bundesakademie für kulturelle Bildung, Germany, Literature (17th-18th c.)

Mario Gandelsonas, Agrest & Gandelsonas, New York, Architect

Wolfgang Herrmann, London, England, Architectural History

Hans-Jörg Heusser, Schweizerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaft, Switzerland, Art History

Edouard de Jongh, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, Art History

Martin Kubelik, Technische Universitaet Wien, Austria, Architect

Irving Lavin, Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, Art History

Marilyn Lavin, Princeton University, Art History

Hélène Lipstadt, Belmont, Maryland, Architectural History and Theory

Cinzia M. Sicca, University of Cambridge, England, Architectural History

Ad van der Woude, Landbouwuniversiteit de Leeuwenborch, Netherlands, Social and Economic History

Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Fellows


Thomas Grey, University of California, Berkeley, Musicology

Mark Jarzombek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Architectural History

Melinda Schlitt, The Johns Hopkins University, Art History

Research Associate


Harry Mallgrave, Afton, Minnesota, Architectural History