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2019 Laureates


The Périer-D’Ieteren Foundation is pleased to announce the 2019 laureates for its three funding programmes in the field of art history and heritage conservation.

Doctoral Thesis Fellowships
  • Noémie Petit (Université libre de Bruxelles), Neo-Gothic altarpieces in medieval places of worship in the Hainaut, Liège, Namur and Luxembourg provinces. For further information
  • Jesús Muñiz (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea), Late Gothic sculpted altarpieces in the Atlantic Basque Country. For further information
Publication Grants
  • Caroline Vrand (Bibliothèque nationale de France), Anne de Bretagne et les arts. Au rythme de la vie de cour. For further information
Preliminary Study Grants
  • Frans Pourbus the Younger, Triptych of the Preaching of saint John the Baptist, c. 1591-1600, Aalst, Church of the Sacred Heart | Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage. For further information
  • Unknown artist, Fountain of the Three Graces, c. 1545, Brussels, Maison du Roi – Brussels City Museum | Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage. For further information
  • Attributed to Jacob Van Laethem and Pierre Coustain, Philip the Handsome’s coat of arms for the Mechelen chapter of the Order of the Golden Fleece, 1491, Mechelen, Saint Rombuld’s Cathedral | Museum Hof van Busleyden. For further information
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Conference \ Borman and Sons in Context

The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (Brussels) and Catheline Périer-D’Ieteren participated in the colloquium Borman and Sons in Context. Brabantine sculpture from 1460-1540, held at M – Museum Leuven on 27-29 November 2019. Together with Emmanuelle Mercier and Myriam Serck-Dewaide (KIK-IRPA), Catheline Périer presented the first work hypotheses about the Adoration of the Magi altarpiece in the San Nazaro Maggiore Basilica (Milan) in a communication titled The Adoration of the Magi in San Nazaro, Milan: an unknown work by Jan II Borman? In 2017, the Périer-D’Ieteren Foundation funded the first mission to study the artwork on site in Milan.

For more details about this research, please visit the project’s page on our website: link.