Koenraad Jonckheere is assistant professor in Northern Renaissance and Baroque Art at Ghent University. He studied History and Art History in Leuven and received his PhD at the University of Amsterdam in 2005. He published widely on seventeenth and eighteenth century art markets and on sixteenth century Antwerp history and portrait painting. His monographs include the Auction of King William’s paintings, Adriaen Thomasz. Key and Willem Key, all published between 2007 and 2011. Recently Antwerp Art after Iconoclasm, a book on decorum experiments in Netherlandish art after the beeldenstorm of 1566 (Yale University Press/Mercatorfonds 2012) was also published. For the Museum M in Leuven he curated the exhibition on the prolific sixteenth century Romanist Michiel Coxcie (Fall 2013). Koenraad Jonckheere won the Jan van Gelder-prize for art history, was laureate of the The Royal Academie for Science and the Arts of Belgium and will hold the Peter Paul Rubens-Chair (University of California, Berkeley) in 2014.