Simiolus. Netherlands quarterly for the history of art
Volume 43, number 4
- Peter Hecht, ‘An editorial, a short history of Simiolus and a farewell’
- Géraldine Patigny and Grégoire Extermann, ‘The Count of Boussu’s Genoese fountain: a work by Niccolò da Corte, Gian Giacomo and Guglielmo della Porta rediscovered in Brussels’
- Maarten Bassens, ‘A word on the origins and significance of the Latin captions on Bruegel’s prints of the Vices and the Virtues’
- Arjan de Koomen, ‘The Atlas on Amsterdam’s Town Hall: the interpretation of a “meaningless bearer of the heavens”’
- Jonathan Bikker, ‘Ferdinand Bol’s series for an Utrecht interior reconsidered’
- Louis van Tilborgh, ‘Van Gogh, Gauguin and Rembrandt: on chairs, portraits and poetry’
- Esmée Quodbach, ‘A forgotten episode from America’s history of collecting: the rise and fall of art dealer Leo Nardus, 1894-1908’
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