December Issue of Print Quarterly (Volume XXXV, No. 4) Has Been Published

The latest issue of Print Quarterly (Vol.XXXV, No.4, December 2018) has been published. It includes an update on an earlier article on Philips Galle’s Head of a Reveller, with identification of textual sources; on Dutch color prints by Johannes Teyler, and on popular prints in the Netherlands from the mid-seventeenth to the mid-twentieth century. It also includes reviews of Shira Brisman’s book Albrecht Dürer and the Epistolary Mode of Address, and of Susanna Berger’s The Art of Philosophy, a fascinating book that, among a wealth of other material, provides insights into Henricus Johannes van Cantelbeke’s seventeenth-century student notebooks from Paris and Leuven.

Contents

The Madonna del Sangue: A Miraculous Print in Bagno di Romagna by Lorenzo Gigante
Jonathan Richardson (1667–1745) as Etcher by Bryony Bartlett-Rawlings
What a Boom, What a Blast: Kazimir Malevich’s War Propaganda by Marie Gasper-Hulvat

Shorter Notice

Gardeners’ Trade Cards by William Kilburn and François Vivares by Martin Hopkinson

Notes

The Textual Source for Philips Galle’s Head of a Reveller by Suzanne Kooloos and Jeroen Luycks
The Theory of the Early European Emblem by Salvador Bas Folch
The Schulthess-Von Meiss Collection in Zurich by Christian Rümelin
French Prints in the Age of Louis XIV by Jean-Gérald Castex
Johannes Teyler and Dutch Colour Prints by An Van Camp
Popular Prints in the Netherlands 1650–1950 by Ger Luijten
The Basire Family of Copperplate Engravers (c. 1704–c. 1883) by Anthony Dyson
Henri Marie Petiet (1894–1980) by Martin Hopkinson
Franz Maria Ferchl by Christian Rümelin
Martha Cunz by Christian Rümelin
Campbell Dodgson’s Box File by Genevieve Verdigel
Futurist Prints by Martin Hopkinson
The Carved Line: Block Printmaking in New Mexico by Lyle Williams
Picasso by Paul Coldwell
Albert Flocon and Bachelard by Martin Hopkinson
Jannis Kounellis (1936–2017) by Stephen Bann
The Expanded Field by Paul Coldwell
Paris Celebrates Barceló by Andrew Dempsey
Publications Received

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Dürer’s Epistolary Mode by Peter Parshall
Malvasia’s Lives of the Bolognese Painters by Marzia Faietti
The Art of Philosophy by Patricia Emison
Fashion Plates by Sarah Grant
Charles and George Hunt by Antony Griffiths

About Print Quarterly

Print Quarterly is the leading international journal dedicated to the art of the print from its origins to the present. It is peer-reviewed. The Journal publishes recent scholarship on a wide range of topics, including printmakers, iconography, social and cultural history, popular culture, print collecting, book illustration, decorative prints, and techniques such as engraving, etching, woodcutting, lithography and digital printmaking. For subscriptions see www.printquarterly.com