"Making Art, Making Meaning in 15th-Century Flanders" - Interview with Jan Dumolyn

April 22, 2019

Interview with Jan Dumolyn, Professor of History at the University of Ghent. He discusses the possibility that Petrus Christus could have been involved in Jan van Eyck's workshop - either in Bruges before van Eyck's death, or outside of Bruges between 1437-1439.

This interview was conducted following a workshop at Columbia University on October 19, 2018, entitled "Making Art, Making Meaning in 15th-Century Flanders".

The workshop was sponsored by the Studies of the Dutch Speaking World, the European Institute, the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, the Department of Art History and Archaeology, and the Making and Knowing Project, Columbia University, with the support of the General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA, and in cooperation with the Frick Collection.

Please also see interviews recorded with other workshop participants Till-Holger Borchert and Emma Capron.