Fourth publication in the series Selections from the collection of Jan Menze van Diepen Foundation.
This publication, the fourth in the series Selections from the collection of Jan Menze van Diepen Foundation, is dedicated to prints, ceramics and orangana.
Jan Menze van Diepen (1905-1994) collected over 5,000 works of art and objects on Orange-Nassau. The prints, ceramics and orangana provide a fascinating and varied picture of five centuries of history of the House of Orange-Nassau.
Selection from the Collection
Topographic Maps and Prints
This publication, the third in the series of selections from the collection of Jan Menze van Diepen Foundation is dedicated to the topographic maps and prints.
Collector Van Diepen, acquired 586 maps and prints, mainly of the province and the city of Groningen as their subject.
In addition, he collected fortress maps, charts and maps of the Wadden Sea, and of the Seven (or Seventeen) provinces. Also fascinating are the prints of historic sites in Groningen.
Selection from the collection Oriental ceramics
Second part-catalogue about the collection of the Jan Menze van Diepen Stichting.
This publication, the second in the series Selection from the J.M. van Diepen Collection, is dedicated to export porcelain from China and Japan. Van Diepen’s rich collection of about 2500 pieces contains many interesting and rare specimens, of which 145 are depicted and described in this catalogue.
Selection from the fine arts collection
First part-catalogue about the collection of the Jan Menze van Diepen Stichting.
In this catalogue 60 works, made by in total 30 artists, get special attention. This selection shows the many-sided interests of Van Diepen for the fine arts of his time. The many colour illustrations present paintings and water-colours, but also graphic art is ample represented.