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While abroad, the students aCsual obliged to regularly send works, mostly copies of classical scenes, back to the Netherlands. A number of datinh works from this initial period of the Dutch Prix de Rome xe remain in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. This association was discontinued 43 years later during the Thorbecke government due to the disappointing careers of the winners after their return from Rome. And although the Prix de Rome was reinstated in and legally assigned romr the Rijksakademie, which was established in the same year, it was not until that the cating competition was organized.
In order to ensure anonymity, eome artists worked in isolation from early in the morning till late at night, meals were delivered through a hatch dde the door. Obviously, the set disciplines were adapted when pfix prize was Casual dating prix de rome in the categories of sculpture, graphic art or architecture. The runners-up received America dating, the winner a gold medal and a bursary of guilders for a study Casial in which he was required to follow a Casual dating prix de rome lrix programme of cities and masterpieces to be studied.
These trips, incidentally, reached beyond the borders of Italy and depending on the discipline, countries such as Spain and Greece could also appear in the programme. The studies that the artists sent back to the Netherlands during their trip were, subject to approval, exhibited at the academy. This system was maintained for a long time, including the hatch for the meals and the compulsory themes, although the biblical and mythological assignments were replaced by more abstract themes in the s, such as human, animal, water or encounter, which generated freer work.
It is conspicuous that despite the unchanged aspiration for the prize to discover artists of great promise and encourage their development and international orientation, relatively few big names adorn the list of winners from the period Famous names such as Jan SluijterspaintingCornelis van Eesterenarchitecture and Wessel Couzijnsculpture find themselves in the company of artists of whom many unfortunately failed to make it into the annals of Dutch art history.
Another point of criticism that became increasingly terse after the s was that virtually all the winners came from within the academy itself, while the outside world was changing rapidly. Schippers — had often studied at other art academies in the Netherlands or abroad. During this period, the once so respectable Prix de Rome was taken less and less seriously and the number of entries dropped accordingly. The same discussion took place in France, where the Prix de Rome was even scrapped in to be continued in a different form.
The prize money and age limit were raised, the educational requirements were lifted and the system for adjudication was revised. The objective of the prize remained unchanged: The changes paid off with increasing numbers of entries and the participation of interesting artists, who succeeded in breaking open the still compulsory disciplines until the system of categories was abolished completely in The end result is a list containing winners who belong to the top echelon of art and architecture in the Netherlands, with names such as Erik AndriesseAdriaan GeuzeCharlotte SchleiffertGianni Cito ; Lonnie van Brummelen ; Ronald Rietveld ; Pilvi Takala and Falke Pisano During a restructuring inthe Ministry of Education, Cultural Affairs and Science decided that the organization and financing of the Prix de Rome would be assigned to the Mondriaan Fund.
The objective of the prize dovetails with one of the most important goals of the public fund: To ensure the continuity of the prize, the Fund also organizes the four-yearly architecture edition of the prize, in collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL and Het Nieuwe Instituut. The Mondriaan Fund organizes the prize in a modified form with respect for the history and development of the Prix de Rome.
The first edition of the visual arts prize organized by the Mondriaan Fund took place infollowed in by the architecture prize.