Latest Issue of Oud Holland Announces New Style

The latest issue of Oud Holland has been published. In conjunction with the new issue, the oldest surviving art-historical journal in the world has announced it is expanding the periodical.

Having appeared on paper for 135 years without interruption, Oud Holland is reinventing itself this year. The editorial board has been strengthened with the addition of more scholars and an online platform for Oud Holland – new style is under construction. The scope of the journal will be expanded to include nineteenth-century art as well as art from the Southern Netherlands and Belgium. Oud Holland is ready for the next generation of art-historical researchers.

Oud Holland is a periodical from the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History. Subscriptions can be obtained through the publisher’s website.

Oud Holland, volume 130 (2017) no. 3/4

Table of contents

BERNHARD RIDDERBOS AND MOLLY FARIES
Hans Memling’s Last Judgement in Gdańsk: technical evidence and creative process

DIDIER MARTENS
À la recherche de Jan van Bruessel: peut-on rapprocher le Diptyque ex Palude du panneau du Jugement dernier conservé à l’hôtel de ville de Maastricht?

IR. JAAP GESTMAN GERADTS
De verrassende achtergrond van Charles en David de Hooch

MIREILLE MADOU
Rubens’ Rockox-epitaaf: een nieuwe bijdrage tot de iconografie

ROBERT E. GERHARDT
Images of The Physician As God in Netherlandish Art from the 16th to 18th Centuries

STEPHANIE LEVERT
Jan Cornelisz van Loenen et Jan Rutgersz van Niwael : « Les flamans paintres demeurant à la maison de Collavoy »

Oud Holland 2017 volume 130 3/4