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New Issue of JHNA Published – Vol. 16.1

The Winter 2024 issue (vol. 16.1) of the refereed, open-access Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art appeared on

The issue begins with two essays on early Netherlandish art. The first is a state-of-research essay by Ingrid Falque, in which she reviews the recent scholarship on early Netherlandish art from roughly the late 1980s to 2020. The second, by Olenka Horbatsch, examines the earliest etchings in the Netherlands.

Two further essays treat early modern difference in contrasting ways. Barbara A. Kaminska discusses prelingually deaf Dutch painters, and Aneta Georgievska-Shine provides new insights into Rembrandt’s Aristotle with a Bust of Homer.


Editors’ Greeting
H. Perry Chapman, Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Bret Rothstein, Joanna Woodall, Alison Kettering

Early Netherlandish Paintings as Devotional Objects: State of Research ca. 1990-2020 (JHNA Perspectives 4)
Ingrid Falque

Courtly Experiments: Early Portrait Etchings by Lucas van Leyden and Jan Gossart
Olenka Horbatsch

Mute Painting: Deafness and Speechlessness in the Theory and Historiography of Dutch Art
Barbara A. Kaminska

Aristotle’s Difference
Aneta Georgievska-Shine

Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art

JHNA publishes peer-reviewed original scholarship, across a range of methodological approaches, on Dutch, Flemish, German, and Franco-Flemish art and material culture dating from the medieval period through the eighteenth century. JHNA also publishes state of research and critical essays, as well as English translations of significant articles originally published in other languages.
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