With Koen Fillet and Leen Kelchtermans, researcher at The Phoebus Foundation

In this episode, we dive into the fascinating world of Baroque self-portraits. Together with Dr Leen Kelchtermans, we discover more about the fascinating dynamic created when artists are both the model and creator of a work of art. Furthermore, we highlight why they immortalise themselves, and where they look for inspiration. A unique look into the artistic masterminds of the past!

Antoon Van Dyck, Portrait of Antwerp Jeweller Johannes Gansackerc.1619-20
Jan Cossiers, Self-Portraitc.1620-27
Johannes Wierix, Portrait of Frans Floris, 1572
Anthony Van Dyck and Jacob Neefs, Title Page with Self-Portrait of Anthony Van Dyck, 1645-46
Erasmus Quellinus II, Portrait of Jan Philips Van Thielen, c.1659-60
David Teniers II, Self-Portrait at the Age of Thirty-Four, 1645
Albrecht Dürer, Self-Portrait, 1498 Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado

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