Research

Eva de la Fuente Pedersen, senior research curator

The Collection and Research department
Tel.: +4525527216
E-mail: eva.pedersen_@_smk.dk

Research area

Pre-19th century European painting and sculpture.

Selected publications

“Skibet og Skatten. Jacob Jordaens maleri på Statens Museum for Kunst”, in: Jordaens. Et mesterværk bliver til, published in connection with a restoration project and exhibition at the National Gallery of Denmark, November 2008 – February 2009, and Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht, March – June 2009, 2008, pp. 11-48.

“Skitsen og det ufuldendte. Franciscus Junius , retorikken og den unge Rembrandt”, in: Rembrandt? Mesteren og hans værksted, exhibition catalogue by Lene Bøgh Rønberg & Eva de la Fuente Pedersen, National Gallery of Denmark 4. February – 14. May 2006, pp. 150-163 and passim.

”Cornelius Gijsbrechts og Perspektivkammeret i Det Kongelige Danske Kunstkammer”, in: SMK ART Journal 2003-2004, pp. 84-107 and pp. 152-160.

"Frömmigkeitsideal und protestantische Ethik. Zur Stiftung von Epitaphkanzeln und anderen kirchlichen Holzschnitzereien mit Epitaphfunktion durch dänishe Bürger im 17. und im frühen 18. Jahrhundert" in: Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, LXVIII, 3, 1999, pp. 155-178.

Rubens Cantoor. The Drawings of Willem Panneels. A Critical Catalogue by Jan Garff and Eva de la Fuente Pedersen with an introduction by Jan Garff I-II, Department of Prints and Drawings, The Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Copenhagen 1988.

All publications

Exhibitions

Jordaens. Et Mesterværk bliver til, National Gallery of Denmark, 8. November 2008 - 1. February 2009.

Rembrandt? Mesteren og hans værksted, National Gallery of Denmark, 4. February - 14. May 2006.

Highlights, National Gallery of Denmark, 18. March 2005 - 14. May 2006.

Rubens Cantoor. The Drawings of Willem Panneels, together with Jan Garff, The Royal Collection of Graphic Art, National Gallery of Denmark 1988.

Other activities and spheres of interest

  • 2004- Staff representative on the advisory research committee for The National Gallery of Denmark, The Danish Museum of Art and Design, and The Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
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