Print Quarterly September 2018 (vol. XXXV, no. 3) Issue Published

The latest Print Quarterly issue includes an article on ten drawings imitating prints by the Franco-Flemish draughtsman and engraver Pieter or Pierre van Schuppen (1694-1774) and a review of exhibition catalogues from Rotterdam and Hamburg on the centrality of print in shaping the legacy of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder.  There are also review notes on the topics of images of war and revolt featuring prints by Frans Hogenberg; prints from Leiden University by CODART Member Thomas Döring; and Van Dyck, Rembrandt and the portrait print by Associate Member Stephanie Dickey.

Contents of Print Quarterly vol. XXXV, no. 3

Drawings Imitating Prints: Pierre van Schuppen by Simon Turner
Impressions of a Print Dealer: Harold Wright and the Etching Boom by David Maskill
The Missing First States of Otto Dix’s Circus Series by Natalia Keller 

Shorter Notice

Colour Linocuts Published by the Forest Press by Patrick Frazer

Notes

Renaissance Ethnography and Maps (Surekha Davies, Renaissance Ethnography and the Invention of the Human) by Catherine Copp
Beham’s Crucifixion Woodcut Rediscovered by Ayumi Yasui
Prints in Translation by jean Michel Massing
Images of War and Revolt (Images & Révoltes dans le livre et l’estampe) by John Roger Paas
Fashion in Early Modern Italy (Eugenia Paulicelli, Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy) by Oliver Jones
Emblems in Colonial Ibero-America by Julia Mchugh
Prints from Leiden University (For Study and Delight: Drawings and Prints from Leiden University) by Thomas Döring
Van Dyck, Rembrandt and the Portrait Print by Stephanie S. Dickey
Bouchardon: Royal Artist of the Enlightenment by Rena M. Hoisington
Prints after Works of Angelica Kauffman (Anmut und Aufklärung: Eine Sammlung von Druckgraphik nach Werken von Angelika Kauffman) by Wendy Wassyng Roworth
Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave by Monika Hinkel
Sculpture and Printmaking in Early Twentieth-Century Italy (Scultori & Incisione 1900–1940) by Giorgio Marini
Charles Tunnicliffe by Martin Hopkinson
Multiplicity of Modern Japanese Masters (Seven Masters: 20th-Century Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Wells Collection and Waves of Renewal: Modern Japanese Prints 1900 to 1960: Selections from the Nihon no Hanga collection) and by Louise Boyd
Communist Posters by David Kunzle
The Haab Collection of Mexican Prints (Mexican Graphic Art by Milena Oehy) by Lyle Williams
Frank Stella (Richard Axom and Leah Kolb, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné) by Paul Coldwell
American Prints 1960–90 (The Great Graphic Boom: Amerikansk grafikk 1960–1990) by Paul Coldwell

Catalogue and Book Reviews

Marcantonio’s Moment by James Grantham Turner
Gotha’s Collection of Single-Leaf Woodcuts by Christof Metzger
Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder by Marisa Anne Bass
Extra-Illustration in Britain, 1769–1840 by Stephen Clarke
American Printmaking from the 1920s to Today by Rhoda Eitel-Porter