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Hubert Parez, kunstvriend of ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen bij twee juristenportretten in het Gentse Museum voor Schone Kunsten

Georges Martyn (UGent)
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Abstract
This article describes three 19th century portraits of one and the same man, at first sight a jurist. One painting by Séraphin De Vliegher and one by Joseph Paelinck belong to the collection of the Ghent Museum of Fine Arts. The third one, also by De Vliegher, is in private hands. Thanks to the database of the Interuniversity Program ‘Justice and Populations’, the career of the portrayed man can be reconstructed. From the ‘French’ over the ‘Dutch’ to the Belgian period he was, in Ghent and its region, lawyer (avocat/advocaat), court clerk, public prosecutor and judge… and, as it seems, lover of the arts… and the good life.
Keywords
Legal Iconology, Portrait of a Jurist, Legal Iconography, Lawyer, Magistrate

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Chicago
Martyn, Georges. 2014. “Hubert Parez, Kunstvriend of Ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen Bij Twee Juristenportretten in Het Gentse Museum Voor Schone Kunsten.” In Rechtsgeschiedenis Verbeeld, ed. Georges Martyn, Paul Brood, and Louis Berkvens, 16.2:87–96. Hilversum, Nederland: Verloren.
APA
Martyn, Georges. (2014). Hubert Parez, kunstvriend of ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen bij twee juristenportretten in het Gentse Museum voor Schone Kunsten. In Georges Martyn, P. Brood, & L. Berkvens (Eds.), Rechtsgeschiedenis verbeeld (Vol. 16.2, pp. 87–96). Hilversum, Nederland: Verloren.
Vancouver
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Martyn G. Hubert Parez, kunstvriend of ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen bij twee juristenportretten in het Gentse Museum voor Schone Kunsten. In: Martyn G, Brood P, Berkvens L, editors. Rechtsgeschiedenis verbeeld. Hilversum, Nederland: Verloren; 2014. p. 87–96.
MLA
Martyn, Georges. “Hubert Parez, Kunstvriend of Ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen Bij Twee Juristenportretten in Het Gentse Museum Voor Schone Kunsten.” Rechtsgeschiedenis Verbeeld. Ed. Georges Martyn, Paul Brood, & Louis Berkvens. Vol. 16.2. Hilversum, Nederland: Verloren, 2014. 87–96. Print.
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  abstract     = {This article describes three 19th century portraits of one and the same man, at first sight a jurist. One painting by Séraphin De Vliegher and one by Joseph Paelinck belong to the collection of the Ghent Museum of Fine Arts. The third one, also by De Vliegher, is in private hands. Thanks to the database of the Interuniversity Program ‘Justice and Populations’, the career of the portrayed man can be reconstructed. From the ‘French’ over the ‘Dutch’ to the Belgian period he was, in Ghent and its region, lawyer (avocat/advocaat), court clerk, public prosecutor and judge… and, as it seems, lover of the arts… and the good life.},
  author       = {Martyn, Georges},
  booktitle    = {Rechtsgeschiedenis verbeeld},
  editor       = {Martyn, Georges and Brood, Paul and Berkvens, Louis},
  isbn         = {9789087044794},
  keywords     = {Legal Iconology,Portrait of a Jurist,Legal Iconography,Lawyer,Magistrate},
  language     = {dut},
  pages        = {87--96},
  publisher    = {Verloren},
  series       = {Pro Memorie},
  title        = {Hubert Parez, kunstvriend of ijdeltuit? Bedenkingen bij twee juristenportretten in het Gentse Museum voor Schone Kunsten},
  volume       = {16.2},
  year         = {2014},
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