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Print Quarterly June 2021 (Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2) Issue Published

The June 2021 issue of Print Quarterly (Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2) has been published and contains one article on a Dutch artist:

A note on Rembrandt’s newly restored Fall of Haman in the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg details the curatorial methodology surrounding its exhibition and presents a brief review of the Russian catalogue. The text pays close attention to Irina Sokolova’s essay which describes the role a print played in the painting’s acquisition by Catherine the Great, as well as discussing a number of Rembrandt prints. Viktor Korobov’s conservation report is also discussed.


Orthodox Prints in the Samokov Painters’ Archive by Claire Brisby

‘Souvenirs de l’Ombrellino’: Early Prints by Marcellin Desboutin by Michele Amedei

Reproducing the United States Capitol Rotunda by Natalia Ángeles Vieyra

Shorter Notice
Francesco de Nanto in Rome 1524–26: New Documents by Michael Bury

Prints After the Antique Up to 1869  by F. Carlo Schmid

Alonso Berruguete: First Sculptor of Renaissance Spain by Benito Navarette Prieto

Rosenwald, Hind and Early Modern Portrait Engravings by Lara Langer

Spanish Drawing Books (El Maestro de Papel)  by Francisco J. R. Chaparro

Rembrandt’s Fall of Haman in the Hermitage by Anatole Upart

Surimono From the Virginia Shawan Drosten and Patrick Kenadjian Collection by Ellis Tinios

A Portrait by Jeanne-Elisabeth Chaudet and Its Source by David Ekserdijan

Joseph Philibert Girault de Prangey (1804 –92) by Jean Michel Massing

Toulouse-Lautrec & The Art of Celebrity by Nicholas-Henri Zmelty

Gustave Baumann (1881–1971) by Jane Glaubinger

Folded Books: Die Geschichte(n) Gefalteter Bücher by Gitta Bertram

Barnett Freedman (1901–58) by  Martin Hopkinson

Evan Summer by Martin Hopkinson

Franz Gertsch: The 90th Birthday Tribute by Laurence Schmidlin

The Graphic Works of Günter Brus by Lena Fritsch

Anna Metz by Elmer Kolfin

Catalogue and Book Reviews
Revisiting Hans Baldung in Karlsruhe by Armin Kunz

German Illustrated Broadsheets from the Moritzburg by Jean Michel Massing

Bridget Riley: The Complete Prints 1962–2020 by Gill Saunders

Jasper Johns Monotypes by Joan Rothfuss

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