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Print Quarterly March 2018 (vol. XXXV, no. 1) Issue Now Published

The latest Print Quarterly has appeared. See below for the contributions on Dutch and Flemish art.

A shorter notice by Daan van Heesch identifies the prototype for images of a pair of fools circulating especially in India: an engraving published in Antwerp by Frans van den Wyngaerde (1614–79). Another shorter notice by Jeroen Luyckx identifies two new states for Philips Galle’s Head of a Reveller, an engraving probably commissioned by the publisher Maarten Peeters. The issue also includes a note reviewing Hendrick Goltzius as entrepreneur by Marjolein Leesberg and one by Martin Royalton-Kisch on the early work of Jan Lievens.

Contents of Print Quarterly vol. XXXV, no. 1

Print Quarterly turns 35 by  DAVID LANDAU
A Cosmopolitan Engraver in London: Francesco Bartolozzi’s Studio 1763–1802 by DAVID ALEXANDER
Cy Twombly’s Cardboard Prints: Impressions, Inversions and Decomposition by JOHN A. TYSON

Shorter Notices

The True Identity of Antonio De Rossi of Gallarate by VALERIA PAGANI
Ottavio Leoni’s Portraits of Paolo Giordano II by STEPHEN A. BERQUIST
A New State of Philips Galle’s Head of a Reveller by JEROEN LUYCKX
The Graphic Source for Rajput Images of Fools by DAAN VAN HEESCH


The Saint between Manuscript and Print in Italy by KATHRYN M. RUDY
Hendrick Goltzius’s Enterprise by MARJOLEIN LEESBERG
The De Bry and the East by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
Jan Lievens: Friend and Rival of the Young Rembrandt by MARTIN ROYALTON-KISCH
Gardens and Chinese Woodblock Prints by ELLIS TINIOS
Eighteenth-Century Reproductive Prints by DAVID PULLINS
The Royal Game of the Goose by NAOMI LEBENS
William Woollet’s Ring by BRENDAN CASSIDY
A Third Gender in Japan by ELLIS TINIOS
The Breckman Collection by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Goya in the Norton Simon Museum by JESUSA VEGA
Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Devotional Prints From Spain by MARK MCDONALD
Rhinoceros and Megatherium by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
Horace Vernet and Litography by TANYA SZRAJBER
Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg by DAVID BINDMAN
Baudelaire and the Print by STEPHEN BANN
Rodolphe Bresdin by CHRIS MICHAELIDES
Public Print Sales in Third Republic Paris by BRITANY SALSBURY
Recent Publications on Mexican Prints in the US by MARK MCDONALD
Robert Rauschenberg Travelling Exhibition and his Illustrations to Dante’s Inferno by CATHERINE DAUNT

Catalogue and Book Reviews

The Print Before Photography by STEPHEN BANN
Anton Maria Zanetti the Elder and His Time by BOZENA ANNA KOWALCZYK
Noir: Infinite Shades of Black in Nineteenth-Century Art by FLEUR ROOS ROSA DE CARVALHO
The Imaginative French Book in the Twenty-First Century by JEAN KHALFA

Anonymous Indian artist after an engraving published by Frans van den Wyngaerde (1614-1679), <i>A Pair of Fools, gouache on paper</i>, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Anonymous Indian artist after an engraving published by Frans van den Wyngaerde (1614-1679), A Pair of Fools, gouache on paper, Los Angeles County Museum of Art