CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

June issue of Print Quarterly (Volume XXXIII, No. 2) published

The contributions with Dutch and/or Flemish content include an article by Jan de Jong on Arnout van Buchel’s Description of Italy, 1587-88, and one by Eckhard Leuschner tracing the origin of Bernini’s Anima Beata and Anima Damnata sculptures to previously unknown prints by Pieter de Jode I. The issue also contains a shorter notice by Karen Bowen with new information on how to date Frans Hogenberg’s views of the wars of religion in the Low Countries. A note by Peter Fuhring reviews a publication on the Antwerp-born Erasmus Hornick.

Contents of Print Quarterly (Volume XXXIII, no. 2)

Aernout van Buchel’s Description of Italy, 1587–88 by JAN L. DE JONG
The Role of Prints in the Artistic Genealogy of Bernini’s Anima beata and Anima damnata by ECKHARD LEUSCHNER
Dezallier d’Argenville’s Recueils of Costume Prints Rediscovered by DAVID PULLINS

Shorter Notices

Frans Hogenberg’s Views of the Wars in the Low Countries by KAREN L. BOWEN
Promoting Original Prints: The Role of Gualtieri di San Lazzaro and XXe Siècle byVALERIE HOLMAN
Jeffery Edwards and the Interruption of Nothingness by MICHAEL HEALEY


George Pencz by ANDREW MORRALL
Monumental Prints the Age of Dürer and Titian by CHRISTIAN RÜMELIN
Erasmus Hornick by PETER FUHRING
Chen Hongshou and Chinese Woodcuts by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
English Gardening by TODD LONGSTAFFE-GOWAN
James Northcote’s Collages by JACOB SIMON
John Martin’s Mezzotints by EDITH BROWN
Utagawa Kunisada by ELLIS TINIOS
Gustave Doré’s Illustrations by CHRIS MICHAELIDES
Italian Expressionism, L’urlo dell’imagini by MARTIN HOPKINSON
World War I Propaganda by ELIZABETH PRELINGER
American Sheet Music from World War I by DAVID KUNZLE
Leon Underwood: Figure and Rhythm by PEYTON SKIPWITH
Dorrit Black: Unseen Forces by GORDON COOKE
The Artists of Great Bardfield by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Alberto Giacometti: Without End by PAUL COLDWELL
Ingrid and Willi Kemp Collection by ANDREAS STROBL
Gerhard Richter Editions 1965–2013 by JOHN-PAUL STONARD
Printmaking in Australia, Canada and South Africa by FRANCÉ DAVIES AND JEAN MICHEL MASSING

Obituary for Robin Garton
Obituary for Helmut Hans Rumbler
Publications Received

Catalogue and Book Reviews

The Dark Side of Tiepolo by GIORGIO MARINI
Etching in Eighteenth-Century France by MARIE CLAUDE MIRANDETTE
Georgians. The Personal Union by CINDY ROMAN
Artistic Collaboration and the Ukiyo-e Market by MIRIAM WATTLES
Luigi Malaspina di Sannazzaro’s Correspondence by ANTONY GRIFFITHS