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New Issue of Simiolus (vol. 42 nr. 3-4) Published

A latest issue of Simiolus has appeared. The double issue includes an article on reliquary statuettes in Tongeren (Flanders) by Elizabeth Rice Mattison from the University of Toronto, which was awarded the first Haboldt Mutters Prize.

Simiolus volume 42 (2020) nr. 3-4

Malcolm Russell
Quentin Massys and Jérôme de Busleyden: the textual sources and the likely patron of ‘The moneychanger and his wife’

Elizabeth Rice Mattison
Ordering reliquary statuettes in Tongeren: a statement amidst religious turmoil

Dirk Imhof
The enterprising Mynken Liefrinck: coloring, printing and selling maps and prints in sixteenth century Antwerp

Duncan Bull
A “Raphael” set in stone: Henry Ferguson’s ‘Fantasy landscape with St Charles Borromeo’ in the Rijksmuseum

Joséphine Vandekerckhove
Ensor in the popular imagination: Paul Haesaerts’s film ‘Masques et visages de James Ensor’ (1952)

Simiolus Netherlands quarterly for the history of art

Simiolus is an English-language journal devoted to the history of Dutch and Flemish art of the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries, with occasional forays into more recent periods and other schools. See for more information