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Print Quarterly June 2020 (Vol. XXXVII, No.2) Issue Published

The June 2020 issue of Print Quarterly (Vol. XXXVII) has been published. Of interest to CODART members is an article on the Mariettes’ compilation of an album of Rembrandt prints for Prince Eugene of Savoy. Particular emphasis is placed on the attempts to acquire the rare Portrait of Jan Six and the proposed solution of inserting a drawn copy of the etching. Another article proposes the attribution to Lambert Sustris of a drawing in the Albertina. The issue also includes a review of two Hieronymus Bosch exhibitions and the role that Flemish publishers played in assuring his legacy. There are also comments on chiaroscuro prints made in Northern Europe and a Note on printed depictions of law and justice in the Low Countries between 1450 and 1650.


From Savoy to Rome: Francesco de Nanto, a Neglected Printmaker of the Early Sixteenth Century by Thierry Depaulis

Sketched, Not Etched: Jan Six and the Mariettes’ Rembrandt Oeuvre for Prince Eugene of Savoy by Antoinette Friedenthal

‘Which Etching Only Can Interpret’: Privacy and Process in Albert Besnard’s La Femme by Britany Salsbury

Shorter Notice

A Design Attributed to Lambert Sustris for Cardinal Truchsess von Waldburg’s Missale by Marco Simone Bolzoni


Worlds of Learning: The Library and World Chronicle of The Nuremberg Physician Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514) by Alexander Marr

Francesco Francia (1450–1517) and Printmaking in Renaissance Bologna by Marzia Faietti

Call for Justice: Art and Law in the Low Countries (1450–1650) by Jean Michel Massing

The Oeuvre of Johann Ulrich Kraus (1655–1719) (New Hollstein) by Helmut Gier

Cicognara, Canova and the Reproduction of Sculpture in Prints (L’Officina di Leopoldo Cicognara: La creazione delle immagini per la Storia della Scultura) by Giorgio Marini

Depicting the Grand Canyon in Print (Sublime Impressions) by Jean Michel Massing

From the Rooftops: John Sloan and the Art of a New Urban Space by Judith Brodie

Michael Rothenstein (1908–93): Artist Printmaker by Paul Coldwell

Rudolf Schoenwald (b. 1928): Art in the Cold War by Emanuel von Baeyer

Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now by Jennifer Farrell

Christiane Baumgartner (b. 1967) (Another Country) by Christian Rümelin

Inky Bytes. Chinese Printmaking in the Digital Age (Tuschespuren im Digitalzeitalter) by Jan Stuart

Additions and Corrections

Publications Received

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (Catalogue Raisonné and New Hollstein) by Andrew Morrall

Bosch’s Legacy in Print (Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print and Hieronymus Boschs Erbe) by Daan Van Heesch

Clair-obscur: Chiaroscuro Prints in Italy and the North (Gravure en clair-obscur: Cranach, Raphael, Rubens), by Michael Bury

Art and War in Modern Japan (Conflicts of Interest) by Christine Giviskos

Prints by Kiki Smith (Touch) by Wendy Weitman