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Print Quarterly June 2022 (Vol. XXXIX No. 2) Appears

The latest issue of Print Quarterly includes a review of the two weighty volumes Dutch and Flemish Flower Pieces (by Sam Segal and Klara Alen) as well as of The Reception of the Printed Image in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, the latter based on a conference held in 2018 in Warsaw. The journal also features notes on an exhibition held in Mechelen on Art and Education at the Habsburg Court and on two recent exhibitions that focused on Rembrandt’s early years in Leiden.


The Tree of the World: Llullian Thought in Franciscan Padua by Anna Welch

The Publication of Caricatures in France in 1814 and 1815
Part II: The Smaller Participants and Newcomers by Antony Griffiths

Do What Mr Whistler Wants: How His Prints Should Be Framed
Part II: 1883–1904 by Kenneth Myers


Munich’s Fifteenth-Century Prints by David S. Areford

Pots, Prints and Politics: Ceramics with an Agenda, from the 14th to the 20th Century by Michael Snodin

Renaissance Children: Art and Education at the Habsburg Court (1480–1530) by An Van Camp

Pierre Decker, Surgeon, and Collecting in Lausanne by Jean Michel Massing

The Young Rembrandt by Robert Fucci

Johann Georg Edlinger by Hans Jakob Meier

John Dean (1801–30) – Engraver in Cheshire by Dominika Cora

British Museum Collection Online Completed

The ‘Twentieth Century on Paper’ in Milan’s Civic Collections by Giorgio Marini

Art Déco from Paris by Rainald Franz

The Young Rhineland on the Occasion of its hundredth anniversary by Robin Reisenfeld

Collecting Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) in North America by Frances Carey

German Art 1900–26 at the Hunterian, University of Glasgow (The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints) by Frances Carey

Kiki Smith, Lausanne (Kiki Smith, Hearing You with My Eyes) by Paul Coldwell

Mick Moon (b. 1937) by Emma Hill

Obituary for Mel Gooding (1941–2021) by Emma Hill

Publications Received

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Multiplied and Modified in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries by Petra Kayser

Dürer’s Journeys by Bernard Aikema

Dutch and Flemish Flower Pieces by Nadine M. Orenstein

Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty by Daniel Sturgis

About Print Quarterly

Print Quarterly is the leading international journal dedicated to the art of the print from its origins to the present. It is peer-reviewed. The Journal publishes recent scholarship on a wide range of topics, including printmakers, iconography, social and cultural history, popular culture, print collecting, book illustration, decorative prints, and techniques such as engraving, etching, woodcutting, lithography and digital printmaking. For subscriptions see