Mobility of artists, works of art and artistic knowledge
Marloes Hemmer studied Art history at the University of Amsterdam where she gained her MA (cum laude) in 2009 with the thesis: The ‘force’ of Rembrandt’s light: a study of the period appreciation of the depiction of light in Rembrandt’s paintings. During an internship in New York she assisted Dr. Walter A. Liedtke (Curator European Paintings) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was active as registrar and research assistant at The Leiden Gallery. In December 2009 she started in the research project ‘Cultural Transmission and Artistic Exchanges in the Low Countries, 1572-1672: Mobility of Artists, Works of Art and Artistic Knowledge’, funded by NWO where she is writing her PhD dissertation under supervision of Prof. Dr. P.A. Hecht; Prof. Dr. E.J. Sluijter and Dr. K.J. De Clippel.
Marloes Hemmer, PhD Candidate
Research Institute for History and Culture
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