Art at Auction in 17th Century Amsterdam

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Index
Aachen 63
Aachen, Hans van (painter) 144, 149, n.482
Aalmoezeniersweeshuis 237
Abba, Cornelis (brewer) 61
Abigael (uitdraagster) 230, n.116
Abrahams, Maria 22, n.49
“Accessories” n.96
Achttienhoven, lord of 220
Acker, Geurt ten (silversmith) 64
Ackersloot, Andries Auwelsz. (merchant, regent) 180-2, 184, n.648, n.664, n.668
Ackersloot, Aris Laurensz. (silversmith) n.648
Ackersloot, Auwel (burgomaster) 182 n.648
Acronius, Ruardus (predikant) 166
Adam-Zeus, J.B. n.485
Adams, Anne Jensen n.168
Admirael, Jan Hendricksz. (merchant, tulip grower) 59, 62, 73-6, 118-9, n.200
Admiralty, proefmeesters of n.657
Adriaens, Griet n.115
Adriaensz., Barent (Hartogvelt) (printer, bookseller) 239, n.117
Adriaensz., Jan (sale) n.103
Adriaentge (uitdraagster) n.115
Aelst, Pieter Willemsz. van n.401
Aert, Lange (painter), see Artsen, Jan
Aertsen, Pieter (Lange Pier) (painter) paintings by 75, 91, 95, 116, 237
Aertsz., Cornelis (lumber dealer) 61, 92
Aertsz., Hendrick (apprentice-painter) n.118
Agges, Beyken 133
Alabaster slabs 34
Alberts, Griet n.46, n.115
Albertsz., Jan (printmaker) n.117
Aldegraver, Heinrich (painter, engraver) 75, 99, n.94
Alewijn (Halewijn), Abraham (cloth merchant, regent) 174-5, 177-9, 195, 202
Alewijn (Halewijn), Marten 135
Alien and Seditions Act 220
Alkmaar 66, 198, n.796
City Museum of n.880
Amsterdam,
art markets in 105, 129, 151, 237
artists based in 140
burials in n.23
competition by out-of-town dealers 120,126
council (raad, vroedschap) of 16, 77-80, 221, 226-7
immigration to 12, 63-4, 72, 115-6, 119, 126, 236
militia 218
neighborhoods in 65, 108, 213, n.149, n.167
police of 220-4
population of 11-2, 17, n.132
rule by co-optation 220
size of art market in 29-30, n.87
social network of 127
social prominence 226
subscribers to V.O.C. shares in 65-6
stock market (beurs) of 11
Town Hall 125-6, n.301
Anabaptists 80, n.149, n.601, see also Mennonites
Andenne 147
Andrade, Diego d’ n.332
Andries (illuminator) n.117
Andries, Mary (uitdraagster) 24, n.115
Andries, Meynsgen (uitdraagster) 240
Andriessen, Adriaen (merchant) n.176
Anglo-Dutch wars 104-5, 137, 140, 151
Anslo, Reyer (poet) 217
Ansloo, Cornelis Claesz. van (Mennonite leader) 230
Ansloo, Jan Claesz. van (cloth merchant) 230
Anthonis, Maria 78
Anthonisz., Abraham (Recht) (dealer in fats, broker) 61-2, 77-8, 80-1, 84, 196, 230, 232, n.26, n.222, n.785, n.821
Anthonisz., Abraham, son of 222, 224, n.785
Anthonisz., Aert (painter) n.117
Anthonisz., Gerrit 222, n.785
Anthonisz., Steven (painter) n.117
Antwerp 98, 105, 153, 157-8, 188-90
auctions in 31
art dealers in 27, 126, n.84, n.388
origin in 31, 58, 63, 70, 108, 115, 119, 129, 134, 153, 172, 188, 191, 235-6, 239, n.163, n.324
painting sent to Amsterdam from 158, n.537
representations of 103, 235

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