Master Drawings aspires to be the leading international periodical for the study of drawings from the fourteenth century to the present day in Europe and the Americas. Edited to the highest academic standards, it seeks to present the best and most important new research in a clear, elegant and accessible format. The journal is primarily concerned with the publication of newly discovered material, significant reattributions, and fresh interpretations. The latest issue is devoted exclusively to 17th-century drawings in the Dutch Republic.
Master Drawings, 48 (2010) nr. 1
Drawings in the Dutch Republic
The Early, Rembrandtesque Drawings of Govert Flinck, pp. 4-38
The Early, Rembrandtesque Drawings of Gerbrand van den Eeckhout, pp. 39-72
Hollar in Holland: Drawings from the Artist’s Visit to the Dutch Republic in 1634, pp. 73-104
Erlend de Groot and Peter van der Krogt, The Atlas Blaeu–van der Hem of the Austrian National Library: Descriptive Catalogue