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Print Quarterly June 2019 (Vol. XXXVI, no. 2) Issue Published

The latest issue of Print Quarterly (Vol. XXXVI, no. 2) includes an article on Philips Galle’s print series Encomium Musices, of circa 1589, which explores the political overtones of the series in the context of late sixteenth-century Antwerp. Working in the years after Cardinal Farnese’s conquest of the city and the consequent conversion of the local population to Catholicism, Galle made an astute use of words and images in his prints in order to appeal to a Catholic audience and implicitly suggest his political views.

The issue also contains a review of Mark McDonald’s recently published volume on Cassiano dal Pozzo’s print collection, which included works by Dutch artists such as Aegidius Sadeler. There is also a Note on the Weil Collection, which includes mostly Italian, German and Dutch prints.


Whose bread I eat, his song I sing: Philips Galle’s Encomium Musices series by Ann Diels
On Goya’s Disasters of War, Plates 69 and 36 by Natalia Keller
Charles White: The Politics of Print by John P. Murphy

Shorter Notices

An Etching after Michelangelo by Pierre Biard II by Catherine Phillips
Ugo da Carpi, Raphael and his Mistress and The Odyssey: A Reinterpretation by Peter Parshall
Fluorine Etching in Cracow, Warsaw and Vilnius, 1901–20 by Waldemar Deluga
Stanley William Hayter and Mary Huntoon: An Artistic Friendship in Interwar Paris by Christina Weyl


Dürer on a Hornbook by Jean Michel Massing
The Phoebe Dent Weil and Mark S. Weil Collection by Antony Griffiths
The Drypoints of Marcello Fogolino by Catherine Jenkins
The Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg by Berthold Kress
Tomasz Treter (1547–1610) by Aleksandra Koutny-Jones
Reversed States of two Landscapes by Crescenzio Onofri by Stephen A. Bergquist
Africans in English Caricature by Elizabeth McGrath
Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1865) by Ryoko Matsuba
Winslow Homer (1836–1910) by Abigail Booth Gerdts
Gauguin and Munch in Oslo by Jane van Nimmen
Edmond Kayser by Martin Hopkinson
World War I – Prints and Medals by Elizabeth Prelinger
William Baumeister at the Kupferstich-Kabinett Berlin by Florian Simm
Richard Deacon by Paul Coldwell
Christoph M. Loos by Johanna Love

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Italian Chiaroscuro Woodcuts by David Landau
The Publishers of the Rue Montorgueil by Antony Griffiths
Cassiano dal Pozzo’s Ceremonies, Costumes, Portraits and Genre Prints by Sheila McTighe
The Enchanted World of German Romantic Prints by Peter Prange
Charles White (1918–79) by Judith Brodie