Alma Database, the alma database offers the possibility to link objects and the representations of these objects by using corresponding search terms.
The term tankard has been chosen for a straight-sided drinking vessel with a handle that is sometimes referred to as a beer mug.
This interdisciplinary approach not only renders valuable information about the material objects themselves, but the objects depicted can throw new light on a painting or print.
Alma links these depictions of pre-industrial objects, dating from the late Middle Ages to the nineteenth century, in paintings and prints to examples of similar material objects.The interdisciplinary documentation system developed into a comprehensive card system based on the museums collections of applied and fine arts.The Klaus Marquardt Collection (1998) -Bellarmines and pointed nose jugs.Van Beuningen Collection (1993) -Glass without Gloss.Clothing accessories from the Van Beuningen-de Vriese Collection (1993) -Sacred and Profane.For many years Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen has acquired information on material culture from interdisciplinary research.800 Years of European cutlery.Boijmans Van Beuningen Documentatiesysteem voor Pre-industriële Gebruiksvoorwerpen 1989 (Boijmans Van Beuningen Documentation System for Pre-Industrial Utensils 1989).
Form, use and meaning of face jugs (2002) -Senses and Love.
Alma Showcase, in addition to the alma Database, which can be searched for objects and utensils, there is the alma Showcase in which researchers publish their results in the form of short articles. .
Late medieval badges from the.J.E.
Website and development Fabrique: Anouk Klinkers, Dave de Fijter, Paul Stork, Martijn Gorree C-it: Frans Bridié Reekx: Lizzy Jongma, Joost Brinks Development and content Museum Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen: den haag hoeren adress Alexandra Gaba-van Dongen Christel van Hees Nynke van der Wal Jonieke van Es Peter van der.
Utensils from a 16th century probate inventory (1986) -Pre-industrial Utensils (1991) -Quintessens. In this way certain articles of clothing accessories such as button, buckle, shoe and (lace) collar, are to be found in the alma database, but other articles of clothing are not represented.Below are a number of points of departure for the alma website: The indexed object types are based on the original documentation system and the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen collections.The results of such research have been presented in the form of special exhibitions, presentations of collections and publications such as: -Household goods of a millers widow.Painters of daily life in the seventeenth century (2004) -Willem Kalf (1619-1693) (2006) -Early Dutch Painting of the late Middle Ages (2008) -Images of Erasmus (2008 colofon.