CD-rom Heemskerk Lexicon - Veilingopbrengsten Hollandse schilders

CD-rom Heemskerk Lexicon - Veilingopbrengsten Hollandse schilders
Burned CD-ROM, only for Windows - Indispensable for every collector of paintings - 2019

Heemskerk Lexicon Hollandse Schilderkunst is a burned CD-ROM that reads like a book on your PC with 7425 pages and 5128 appendices. It contains information on more than 7000 Dutch and 450 Flemish painters. It is the only Dutch database of proceeds per painting, sold at auctions in the Netherlands. Indispensable for the appraisal and determination of value of the paintings you own, want to buy or sell.

The term ‘stilleven’ is by the Dutchman Houbraken who first used the term around 1700. The still-life genre includes the depiction of a motionless arrangement of objects, flowers and plants, fruit, dead game, etc., which are organised by the artist according to certain aesthetic criteria.

With 20 years of auction proceeds from 20 auction houses of more than 6500 painters,
3000 pictures of original signatures and 250 monograms.
With 5000 biographies, many of which are very extensive.
With 500 websites of painters and on the art of painting.
An encyclopedia of 500 topics of Dutch painting.
1 free help-desk.
Now also including 450 Flemish masters and independent artists. Romanticism, Impressionism, Haagse School, Larense School, Bergense school, Groninger Ploeg (Groningen Team), Amsterdamse School, Abstract and Contemporary.

Extra !!!! Extra free website for auction proceeds of all painters, all over the world, without additional costs.

This is the reference book that has been used by all of the auctioneers, art dealers, appraisers, museum conservators and insurers for many years.

For Windows only (does not work on Mac computers). See The CD will be sent by regular post.

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CD-rom Heemskerk Lexicon
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Veilingopbrengsten Hollandse schilders
Burned CD-ROM, only for Windows
Indispensable for every collector of paintings
New, direct from writer / publisher
Sold with frame
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