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NWIB Visiting Professors Programme

The NWIB Visiting Professors Programme offers assistant professors, associate professors, and full professors at participating universities a unique opportunity to work undisturbed in an inspiring and stimulating environment. This programme enables you to stay at one of the five Netherlands Scientific Institutes Abroad (NWIBs) for a period of

New publication: Romanesque Renaissance

The 14th volume in the NIKI studies in Netherlandish-Italian Art History has been published: Romanesque Renaissance. Carolingian, Byzantine and Romanesque Buildings (800-1200) as a Source for New All'Antica Architecture in Early Modern Europe (1400-1700), edited by prof. Konrad A. Ottenheym. In early modern times scholars and


Application is now open for our course on LEONARDO DA VINCI. In the summer of 2021, the NIKI offers the BA/MA course 'Leonardo da Vinci. The Tension between Theory and Practice.' After an introductory class in Utrecht (date t.b.a), students will stay at the institute

New Art Historical Prize

From 2021, the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (National Research Council of Italy) will grant a yearly prize in honor of prof. Ugo Procacci. The premium of E 5000 is for a Master or Doctoral thesis in one of the research areas in which Procacci was

Access library

As of Monday 18 January 2021 the library is accessible only on appointment. See https://www.niki-florence.org/en/niki-databases-2/bibliotheek/

Gerson Digital Italy: now online

Just published: Gerson Digital Italy, the fully illustrated and annotated chapter on Italy, in English translation, of Horst Gerson’s Ausbreitung und Nachwirkung der holländischen Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts. Edited by Gert Jan van der Sman (NIKI) and Rieke van Leeuwen (RKD) For information on the scope