Simiolus. Netherlands quarterly for the history of art
Volume 44, number 1/2
- Guy Tal, ‘Skepticism and morality in Jacques de Gheyn II’s Preparation for the witches’ sabbath’
- Leen Kelchtermans and Katharina van Cauteren, ‘From drawings to comprehensive work of art: a reconstruction of Jacob Jordaens’s Psyche Gallery in his Antwerp house’
- Elsabeth Alicia Dikkes, ‘East Asian lacquer in the Dutch Republic and Denmark: the early networks of François de Bray’
- Raf Wollaert, ‘Lumière sur La Haye: exploring Marcel Broodthaers’s unfinished film project on Livinus van de Bundt’s photo-painting practice (1962)’
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