Machine generated contents note: Ch. 1 Art on drawing : lotteries of works of art in the sixteenth-century southern Netherlands / Sophie Raux -- Ch. 2 All in the family : Abraham Janssen (1571/75-1632) and his relations in the Antwerp art trade / Joost Van der Auwera -- Ch. 3 Antwerp dealers' invasions of the seventeenth-century Lille market / Neil De Marchi / Hans J. Miegroet -- Ch. 4 "Ik offre mij in alle dienst" : the art dealership of merchant and diplomat Jan van Beuningen (1667-1720) / Koenraad Jonckheere -- Ch. 5 "Wie durft daerop bieden"? : tapestry cartoons, preparatory sketches and tapestries at auction, 1650-1750 / Koen Brosens -- Ch. 6 The Amsterdam art market as a source and point of dispersal for German and Russian collections at the end of the eighteenth century / Burton Fredericksen -- Ch. 7 Acquiring paintings for the Polish court : King Stanislaw August (1764-1795) and his dealers / Ewa Manikowska --
Contents note continued: Ch. 8 French collectors and the taste for Flemish painting during the eighteenth century / Patrick Michel -- Ch. 9 Rubens for sale : art auctions in Antwerp during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Dries Lyna / Filip Vermeylen -- Ch. 10 "La fraicheur qu'offre la nature" : some remarks on the auction price evolution of flower still lifes in the eighteenth century / Peter Carpreau.