The latest issue of Oud Holland has appeared. Below you can find its contents.
Oud Holland, Quarterly for Dutch Art History, is published by Brill in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD). Subscriptions can be obtained through the publisher’s website.
Oud Holland, Quarterly for Dutch Art History, vol. 128 (2015), no. 4
Peter van den Brink
“The Prophet Habakkuk and the Angel’. A newly discovered glass panel by Wouter Crabeth”
“‘By no means a trivial matter’. The influence of the colour of ground layers on artists’ working methods and on the appearance of oil paintings, according to historical recipes from North West Europe, c. 1550-1900”
Paul Begheyn SJ en J.J.V.M. de Vet
“De bibliotheek van de Delftse schilder Cornelis Damen Rietwijck (1589/1590-1660)”
Hanneke van Asperen
“Virtue and Alms. Charity as a Pauper in Cornelis de Man’s ‘Allegory of the Virtuous Life’”