Print Quarterly March 2019 (vol. XXXVI, no. 1) Issue Published

The latest issue of Print Quarterly (Vol.XXXVI, No.1, March 2019) includes an article by Joseph Connors on a large print by Wenceslaus Hollar that illustrates the imagined history of one of the first families of Portugal, the Moura. It was commissioned in the Spanish Netherlands in 1644-45. One of the first families of Portugal, the Moura were loyal servants of Spain from the time of Philip II to Philip IV. Three members of the family were commemorated with portraits engraved by Paulus Pontius in 1626. The issue also contains a review of a recent catalogue of Lucas van Leyden’s work.

Contents of Print Quarterly March 2019 vol. XXXVII, no.1

Drawings for the Woodcut Illustrations to Alessandro Velluto’s 1544 commentary on Dante’s Comedia by Rhoda Eitel Porter
The Portugese Genealogy of Wenceslaus Hollar and the Lost Lisbon Monuments by Francois Duquesnoy by Joseph Connors
Fox-Hunt Garbage: Umberto Boccioni and British Illustration by Niccolò D’Agati

Shorter notice

Gaetano Gandolfi’s Album of Prints by Giambattista and Giandomenico Tiepolo by Donatella Biago Maino

Notes

Lucas van Leyden in the Munich Printroom by Jeroen Luyckx
Dürer and the Reformation by Larry Silver
Sebastian Münster’s Cosmographia by Jean Michel Massing
Fontainebleau Recycled by Henri Zerner
Percy Moore Turner (1877–1950) by Antony Griffiths
Artistic Training and Aesthetic Education since 1500 by Angela Nikolai
Chinese Wallpaper in Britain and Ireland by Ming Wilson
Prints and Connoisseurship, Adam von Bartsch by Armin Kunz
Tattoos in Japanese Prints by Ellis Tinios
Revolutionary Iconography in European Prints by Desmond-Bryan Kraege
Hokusai’s Great Wave by Hans Bjarne Thomsen
French Caricature During the Reign of Louis Philippe by Camilla Murgia
Matthijs Maris (1839–1917) by Martin Hopkinson
Paul Klee (1879–1940) by Gregor Wedekind
Reaper: Richard Hamilton and Sigfried Giedion by Stephen J. Bury
Post-World War II Printmaking in Paris by Jonas Storsve
KP Brehmer (1938–97) by Paul Coldwell
Tony Cragg (b. 1949) by Paul Coldwell
Flatbed Press at 25 by James Randell

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Prints at the Court of Fontainebleau by Femke Speelberg
Prints after Michelangelo by Michael Bury
La Dynastie Bonnart by Anthony Griffiths
Enlightened Collector and Writer Ceán Bermúdez by Mark McDonald
Prints in Paris c. 1900 by Mary Weaver Chapin