The latest issue of Simiolus contains six articles on old age creativity. Below you can find its contents.
Contents, Volume 40 (2018), nr. 2/3
The psychology and neurology of aging and creativity: is there a connection?
Alterstil and Dürer’s drapery
Just movement: on the significance and reception of Adriaen de Vries’s painterly manner
Senescent and inspiring palettes
The seventeenth-century Dutch Artist grows old, according to Arnold Houbraken
Hokusai, the old man mad about painting
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