2 edition of Getty Provenance Index found in the catalog.
Getty Provenance Index
July 1999 by Primary Source Media .
Written in English
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Label (bold) - followed by a colon: Getty Provenance Index: Title of the website: The Getty Provenance Index. Explanation of website purpose: This site provides data about paintings in old collections based on inventories and old sale catalogues.
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Selected datasets from the Getty Provenance Index are available via GitHub for open and convenient access to researchers as part of the Getty Provenance Index Remodel Knoedler Stock Books dataset (released November and updated September ), Sales Catalogs datasets (released December ), and Goupil Stock Books dataset (released July ) files that provide.
The Sales Catalog Files are a physical repository for the photocopies of many of the documents indexed in the Getty Provenance Index ® and most of the preth-century catalogs in the databases are included.
The Sales Files complement, but are separate from, the catalog copies in the Getty Library collection and cannot be found in the Library Catalog.
The Getty Provenance Index ® is a powerful online research tool produced by the team of the Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance at the Getty Research Institute with many international collaborators.
It contains transcriptions from different primary sources, collected since the s, that can help trace the ownership of artworks. Together with o records from another prominent gallery, Goupil & Cie and Boussod, Valadon & Cie in Paris (–), which have been online sincethis expanded database forms an important subsection of the Getty Provenance Index®.
While the Knoedler stock books were being transcribed and edited, Ruth Cuadra, an application. The Getty Provenance Index ® contains more than million records that can be used for a wide variety of research purposes. The research examples below show how the data can be used.
For assistance searching the databases, and for more information about the Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance, see the following. Additional Getty Research Institute resources: + article and research databases; Getty Provenance Index Databases® and Collectors Files; Getty Research Portal™ Getty Vocabularies; Photo Archive Database; New Books.
The Research Library acquires approximately 2, books a month. See the latest additions by searching New Books. Research. The Getty Provenance Index Cdr Edition ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Scan an ISBN with your phone. General. Getty Provenance Index - Ongoing list of paintings and who owned them, beginning from International Foundation for Art Research - authoritative information on authenticity, ownership, theft, and other artistic, legal, and ethical issues.
International Culture Property Protection - U.S. State Department's webpage, includes imagesconcerning art : Lee Sorensen. Provenance (from the French provenir, 'to come from/forth') is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books and science and computing.
This book goes beyond the narrow definition of the term provenance, which addresses only the bare facts of ownership and transfer, to explore ideas about the origins and itineraries of objects, consider the historical uses of provenance research, and draw attention to the transformative power of ownership.
The result is a volume of essays that makes a strong case for recuperating provenance. The Getty Provenance Index® Databases, part of the Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance (PSCP) at the Getty Research Institute, contain indexed transcriptions of material from auction catalogs and archival inventories of western European works of art, and nearly 1, records that cover the period from the late 16th century.
Remodeling the Getty Provenance Index The Getty Provenance Index® is a set of databases offering free online access to source material for research on the history of collecting and art markets. A pioneering project in the digital humanities, the Provenance Index was founded more than 30 years ago.
Gail Feigenbaum and Inge Reist, eds. Provenance: an alternate history of art, Los Angeles, CA: Getty Research Institute, Getty Research Institute. The Getty provenance index [electronic resource], Pasadena, CA: The Getty Information Institute, International Provenance Research Colloquium ( American Association of Museums).Author: Kraig Binkowski.
Through painstaking provenance research that extended across two continents, and drawing from the Getty Provenance Index® databases and. Anne Helmreich oversees digital art history, the Getty Provenance Index, and the Getty Vocabularies.
She is a leading figure in the digital humanities in the United States and is an art historian, focusing on art market studies and the history of nineteenth-century art and architecture. Early-Modern European Art. Getty Provenance Index Database Description Contains 3 separate databases for provenance research: archival documents fromauction catalogs from.
The Getty Provenance Index databases contain million records such as archival inventories, sales catalogs, and dealer stockbooks. These searchable databases can be used for research purposes such as tracing ownership and discovering patterns and trends in art : Alice Whiteside.
Advanced Search Research on provenance (the history of ownership of an object) is an ongoing function of curatorial research at The Frick Collection. It is our objective to trace the history of an object's ownership from the time it was made until it came into the Collection. Guidelines set forth by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the Association of Art Museum.
Example Provenance Records. and sold for £ according to the Getty Provenance Index.  his work was bought for Dfl 2,and is number 69 in the book. Following the abdication of Grand Duke Wilhem Ernst inthe title of Grand Duke was abolished, and the Schloss Weimar was turned in to a museum.
. CSV exports of the Getty Provenance Index®. Contribute to thegetty/provenance-index-csv development by creating an account on GitHub. CSV exports of the Getty Provenance Index®.
Contribute to thegetty/provenance-index-csv development by creating an account on GitHub. The title Untitled without brackets is verbatim from the stock book. Getty Provenance Index Databases Provenance Online Project The Provenance Online Project was started by the University of Pennsylvania Rare Book and Manuscript Library to identify bookplates, inscriptions, stamps, bindings, binding waste, Author: Kiana Jones.
 The Getty Provenance Index kindly provided a copy of the page from the Agnew's stock book (in NGA curatorial files) that lists the painting as numbertitled Fête Champetre. The stock book confirms the purchase from Salting, with half profit to Charles Fairfax Murray, and the sale to Wertheimer.
CSV exports of the Getty Provenance Index®. Contribute to thegetty/provenance-index-csv development by creating an account on GitHub.
Purchase locations, often mentioned in the "Stock Book Notes" column in the Goupil stock books, are formatted as place, city, and country. Locations most often cited are branches of Goupil & Cie. The Getty Provenance Index—This is comprised of several different databases.
These art inventories include Archival Inventories, Sales Catalogs, Goupil & Cie Stock Books, Payments to Authors, and Public Collections.
German Sales Catalogs – is a work-in-progress, focusing on the period of Nazi looting of art during WWll. It is notable that the editors represent the two institutions which have done most to stimulate provenance research in the USA: the Frick Art Reference Library in New York, and the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, which metamorphosed from The Provenance Index, created with brilliant foresight by Burton Fredericksen in the early : Charles Sebag-Montefiore.
Collecting and Provenance Research, Getty Research Institute Holdings include an extensive collection of dealer and auction catalogs, primary source material, etc.
The Getty produces and maintains databases which index transcriptions of material from auction catalogs and archival inventories of European art works. Provenance Research.
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Getty Provenance Index Databases Includes archival documents (), sale catalogs () and public collections from American and British Institutions (). IFAR: International Foundation for Art ResearchAuthor: Lynn Cunningham. The Getty Provenance Index has, for three decades, been a leading resource for scholarship on the history of collecting.
Founded in the early s by Burton Fredericksen, the first curator of paintings for the Getty Museum, the Provenance Index has evolved into a collection of online databases with million records indexing the works of.
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Provenance and primary sources: an adventure. The Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance (PSCP) at the Getty Research Institute focus their expertise on providing a historical framework to understand the provenance of works of art by providing primary source material for researchers, such as the Provenance Index Database.
The painting is listed in Agnew's stock book, no.as "Mantegna, St. Jerome," no dimensions, with seller and purchaser (reference provided by the Getty Provenance Index).
Alfred M. Frankfurter, "Paintings by Andrea Mantegna in America," The Antiquar no. 4 (November ): 88, states that the painting "came to America from a. Burton B. Fredericksen was curator of the Getty Museum in Malibu, California, and was closely involved with its evolution during Paul Getty's lifetime.
He would become chief curator and then director of the Getty Provenance Index, a department of the Getty Research Institute.
He retired in /5(9). Provenance: | | ||| | ||Diana and Actaeon|| by |Titian| has a full prov World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available.
Other sources including the Getty Provenance Index website and Antonio Morassi's catalogue raisonné also mention that the paintings belonged to the Brentano collection until this time [Morassi, Antonio.
"A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings of G. Tiepolo, Including Pictures by His Pupils and Followers Wrongly Attributed to Him.".
Getty Provenance Index. The Getty Provenance Index, a project of the Getty Research Library, accumulates and disseminates information related to the history of collecting and the provenance of individual works of : Jessica Evans Brady.
Getty Provenance Index Research project aimed at showcasing data-driven methodologies to address topics in the history of collecting and art markets using data from the Getty Provenance Index.
Sandra van Ginhoven, Research Associate, GRI Matthew Lincoln, Data Research Specialist, GRI a.m. Discussion and Q & A. Burton B. Fredericksen was curator of the Getty Museum in Malibu, California, and was closely involved with its evolution during Paul Getty's lifetime.
He would become chief curator and then director of the Getty Provenance Index, a department of the Getty Research Institute. He retired in /5(4).Villani, Matteo, Caption title, book 1: Cronica di Matteo Villani, fratello di Gio.
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