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To the Directors of RKD/IB, Mr. Chris W.M. Stolwijk, directorDrs. Bert Warmelink, commercial deputy director
In case: Verbal refusal of request for a copy of a copy of a Spanish magazine article in the Van Aerssen –Beyeren Dossier
The Hague, 27 February 2013.
I was today at the RKD and requested a photocopy of a photocopy of an article in a Spanish art magazine of 1934, about the Van Aerssen-Beyeren Collection, which was exhibited in 1915 in the Gemeente Museum in The Hague.
I’m doing research after the Van Aerssen family. They owned part of Suriname where I originate and Cornelis van Aerssen van Sommelsdijck (1657-1688) was a Governor of Suriname.
Be so kind to enlarge on this refusal and explain how the privacy of these long dead people can be violated, if I get to study the collection pictures.
This looks also like censure, while in Holland we favor openness and freedom of scientific research.
I have already seen the copy version of the article at the RKD in 2005, but now I understand better what I saw then and want to include this in the study I’m writing at present.
Hope to hear from the RKD soon.
2515 VS Den Haag
J. Hernandez Diaz, 'Notas para la formacion del catalogo de los retratos existentes en la coleccion del baron van Aerssen-Beyeren', Boletin de Bellas Artes de Sevilla 1 (1934),
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