Simiolus. Netherlands quarterly for the history of art
Volume 44, number 3/4
- Svea Janzen, ‘“har . as . uber . gan”: new evidence about an Eyckian portrait in the National Gallery, London’
- Stefaan Grieten, ‘A palace for Pictura: Cornelis van Dalem’s artist’s house in Antwerp’
- Stefan Bartilla, ‘Jan Brueghel the Elder’s journey to Prague in 1604: works from an artistic turning point’
- Leen Kelchtermans and Katharina van Cauteren, ‘Pregnancy portraits by Jacob Jordaens and Anthony van Dyck’
- Stefan Huygebaert, ‘Memling’s genius and locus: Symbolists, travelers and tourists in Bruges’s St John’s Hospital’
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