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New Issue of Delineavit et Sculpsit distributed

With some delay – to which the subscribers of this irregularly appearing periodical are used – the latest issue of Delineavit et Sculpsit has been distributed. The periodical was started in 1989 by a group of lecturers and graduates of the Leiden University Print Room /Institute of Art History in order to satisfy the need for a magazine devoted to Netherlandish drawings and prints until around 1850. Since 1999 it is published by the foundation Stichting Delineavit et Sculpsit, still run pro deo by most of the original editors, joined by ‘fresh blood’ from the RKD, the Rijksmuseum and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen and supported from day one by Noortman Master Paintings. Articles – from miscellanea to oeuvre catalogues – are published in Dutch, English, French or German, each with an English summary. A subscription covers a set of five consecutive issues, which are published one or two per year, depending on the available material submitted to the editors. Further information, including a list of the articles and miscellanea published in the 34 issues so far, is found on the foundation’s website

Delineavit et Sculpsit. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse prent- en tekenkunst tot omstreeks 1850, issue 34 (December 2010)


Peter van der Coelen
"’Christus na de geseling’ – een onbekende prent van Nicolaes Lauwers naar Gerard Seghers"

Els Stronks
"Het Beeld bij het Woord onder gereformeerde censuur"

Antoon Ott
"Romeyn de Hooghe as a designer of prints for the publisher Jacob van Meurs"

Charles Dumas
"Nieuwe toeschrijvingen aan Aert Schouman (1710-1792)"

Christiaan Lucht
"Over Britse prentkunst en de Haagse romantiek, naar aanleiding van een aan Salomon Leonardus Verveer (1813-1876) toe te schrijven aquarel"

Miscellanea: Erik Löffler on Jacobus Buys