Arte Nuevo. Revista de estudios áureos

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies
Arte Nuevo
Arte nuevo es una revista anual publicada sin interrupción desde 2014. Arte nuevo es una revista electrónica de acceso libre dedicada al estudio de la literatura del Siglo de Oro español, pero también, de modo secundario, a la historia y cultura hispánica de la época, entendidas de modo amplio hasta abarcar los textos producidos en España o la órbita del mundo hispánico desde los Países Bajos hasta América, y durante los siglos XVI y XVII. Arte nuevo acepta artículos en diversos idiomas (español, inglés, francés, italiano, portugués y catalán). La calidad de los textos publicados está garantizada por un proceso anónimo de revisión por pares y por un comité de expertos de renombre internacional.

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies

Arte nuevo (New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies) is an annual journal published without interruptions since 2014. Arte nuevo is a free-access electronic publication dedicated to the study of Golden Age Spanish literature, but also, secondarily, to Early-Modern Spanish history and culture, understood broadly as to comprise texts produced in Spain or in the orbit of the Spanish world, from the Low Countries to America, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Arte nuevo accepts articles in several languages (Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Catalan). The publications are guaranteed by an anonymous peer-review evaluation process and by a committee of renowned experts at an international level.
Université de Neuchâtel

La paciencia en la fortuna: An Unprinted Play by Lope de Vega = La paciencia en la fortuna: una obra inédita de Lope de Vega

Gómez Martos, Francisco

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2019, vol. 6, p. 57-89

La paciencia en la fortuna is an early seventeenth-century Spanish play on royal favoritism whose author remains unknown. This is an entertaining, thoughtful, and well-written play that, aside from being listed in some catalogs of Spanish theater, has so far received no attention from scholars. This article explores the unprinted play, traces its textual history, places it into the wide...

Université de Neuchâtel

The Duke of Alba: The Ideal Enemy

Horst, Daniel R.

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 130-154

This article I will show how the image Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, III Duke of Alba (1507-1582) portrayed by Netherlandish propagandists during the Dutch Revolt corresponds with older existing Netherlandish stereotypes of the Spanish people in general. The duke of Alva is widely criticized for his Pride, a sin which most clearly visible in the statue of himself which the duke erected in Antwerp...

Université de Neuchâtel

Co-operation in Times of War? Basque Expertise and Dutch Entrepreneurship in Arctic Whaling, 1612-1642

Schokkenbroek, Joost C.A.

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 85-95

During the first decades of the seventeenth century, the young Dutch Republic experienced a unprecedented economic boom. One trading company after another was established, while the usage of old familiar trade routes to the Baltic and the Mediterranean was intensified. Due to a number of demographic and economic incentives, Dutch started whaling expeiditions in 1612. The depolyment of Spanish and...

Université de Neuchâtel

The Spanish-Dutch War in Spanish 17th Century Painting and Theater

Roncero, Victoriano

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 75-84

Université de Neuchâtel

In Search of the Origins of the huik: Did the Spanish Play a Part in Its Introduction?

du Mortier, Bianca M.

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 64-74

One item of clothing features prominently in the 17th-century Netherlands: the huik, a foot long cloak of black material topped by a large pointed hat, a small hat with a pummel or by a beaklike cap. Its ascendance seems to coincide with the growing Spanish influence in the Netherlands during the 16th century. So far its existence has been documented in the Netherlands but its appearance has...

Université de Neuchâtel

That is Where God Comes in. Jacob Duym’s Ghedenck-boeck (1606) as Argumentative Discourse

Jansen, Jeroen

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 40-63

According to the subtitle, the Ghedenck-boeck (1606) by Jacob Duym learned the reader to forever memorize all evil and malevolence brought about by the Spaniards and their adherents, as well as the great love and fidelity, displayed to the Netherlands by the princes of the Dutch House of Nassau. In this compilation of six stage plays Duym has evoked images from the past, in order to argue that a...

Université de Neuchâtel

Fascination for the « Madritsche Apoll »: Lope de Vega in Golden Age Amsterdam

Álvarez Francés, Leonor

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2014, vol. 1, p. 1-15

This article studies the manner in which Spanish theatre plays in their Dutch translation were sold in Amsterdam between 1617 and 1672, with an emphasis in Lope de Vega’s works. His remarkable popularity is analysed in quantitative and qualitative terms; that is, employing numeric data concerning how many of the translated plays were his, while also paying attention to how often his name was...