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Marten Jan Bok (1958) studeerde geschiedenis aan de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht. Hij werkte voor het Centraal Museum in Utrecht, de J. Paul Getty Art History Information Program en het Getty Center in Santa Monica (vs), het Rijksmuseum en de vakgroep kunstgeschiedenis van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht. Hij is co-auteur van monografieën over Pieter Saenredam (met Gary Schwartz) en Abraham Bloemaert (met Marcel Roethlisberger). In 1994 voltooide hij zijn in opdracht van NWO geschreven proefschrift Vraag en aanbod op de Nederlandse kunstmarkt, 1580-1700.

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