NKJ 62 is now available!
This volume is about Meaning in Materials: Netherlandish Art, 1400-1800. See Brill’s website for more information.
Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art / Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek (NKJ)
Table of Contents
Ann-Sophie Lehmann, "How materials make meaning"
Michele Tomasi, "Matériaux, techniques, commanditaires et espaces. Le système des retables à la chartreuse de Champmol."
Kim Woods, "The Master of Rimini and the tradition of alabaster carving in the early fifteenth-century Netherlands"
Aleksandra Lipińska, "Alabastrum, id est, corpus hominis. Alabaster in the Low Countries, a cultural history"
Koenraad Jonckheere, "Images of stone. The physicality of art and the image debates in the sixteenth century"
Ralph Dekoninck, "Between denial and exaltation. The material of the miraculous images of the Virgin in the Southern Netherlands during the seventeenth century"
Thijs Weststeijn, "The gender of colors in Dutch art theory"
Nadja Baadj, "A world of materials in a cabinet without drawers: Reframing Jan van Kessel’s The four parts of the world"
Martha Moffitt Peacock, "Paper as power. Carving a niche for the female artist in the work of Joanna Koerten"
Frits Scholten, "Malleable marble. The Antwerp snow sculptures of 1772"
More details and information about NKJ can be found on brill.com/nkj