CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXVIII (2011)

NUMBER 1

Editorial by Antony Griffiths     3
Francesco Rosselli and Berlinghieri’s Geographia re-examined by Sean  Roberts    4
Raphael Morghen and Paris, by Camilla Murgia      18
Ad Reinhardt: Visual Perception and the Screenprint Portfolios  by Elizabeth Reede    34
A New Print by Nicoletto da Modena by Giulio Girondi and Matteo Crespi    44
A Subject of the Small Landscapes Series identified by Erik P. Löffler    46
An Unrealized Project by the Sadelers after Hans von Aachen by Joachim Jacoby      50
Arthur Hughes in the Dalziel Archive by Maroussia Oakley    53

Notes
Collecting Prints after Adam Elsheimer by JOACHIM JACOBY
Earliest Dutch Etching Manual by NADINE M. ORENSTEIN
Two Italian Online Resources by ANTONY GRIFFITHS
Frontispieces by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
Illustrated Travel Accounts by JEAN MICHEL MASSING
Jean Georges Wille by ANTONY GRIFFITHS
Corot in Switzerland by ANTONY GRIFFITHS
Prints in Gaillac and Lisle-Sur Tarn by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Winslow Homer Illustrations by JUDITH BRODIE
Nineteenth-Century American Prints by JUDITH BRODIE
Slevogt by CHRISTIAN RÜMELIN
Hans Meid by CHRISTIAN RÜMELIN
Guido Colucci by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Cambellotti’s Circle by ROBERTA CREMONCINI
Jean Delpech by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Remo Wolf by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Warrington Colescott by ANTONY GRIFFITHS
Dublin’s Graphic Studio by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Guido Strazza by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Caldic Collection by CHRISTIAN RÜMELIN
Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden by CHRISTIAN RÜMELIN
Copyright by ANTONY GRIFFITHS
Institutional Collecting by WILLIAM COLE
British Museum World History by RHODA EITEL-PORTER
Obituary David Pillsbury Becker by CLIFFORD S. ACKLEY
Obituary Ruth Bromberg by ANTONY GRIFFITHS

Daniel Hopfer by Mitchell Merback    80
Jan Gossaert by Larry Silver    83
Athanasius Kircher by Irina Oryshkevich    86
The Illustrated Catalogue as a New Genre by Ingrid R. Vermeulen    90
Between Invention and Reproduction by Eckhard Leuschner    92
Blake by Philippa Simpson    96
British Railway Posters by Martin Hopkinson    98
The History of Prints as Propaganda by David Kunzle    103

Number 2

The Dispersal of Lafreri’s Inheritance 1581–89 – III:
The De’ Nobili-Arbotti-Clodio Partnership by Valeria Pagani    119
Ippolito Leoni’s 1636 Portrait of Ottavio Leoni
A Unique Counterproof  and Question of Authorship by Mathew Norman     136
The Cartographic Origins of Adam Frans van der Meulen’s Marly Cycle by Robert Wellington     142
Napoleon on St Helena: Altered Plates by Marianne A. Yule     155
Two remarkable Catalan illustrated books of the 1930s:
Història d’una pera and Llibre de les flors, by William Cole    162

Notes
The Goddess Fortune by MICHAEL BURY
One Shoe Off and One Shoe On by RHODA EITEL-PORTER
Response to a Query by RHODA EITEL-PORTER
Friedrich Bernhard Werner by JOHN ROGER PAAS
Guckkastenbilder by RALPH HYDE
Chinese Prints by ELLIS TINIOS
Ukiyo-e by CHRISTINE GUTH
Horace Walpole by LUCY PELTZ
Delaroche by DONATO ESPOSITO
Bracquemond on Light by ROBERT H. GETSCHER
Wallpaper in Switzerland by GILL SAUNDERS
Vallotton by CORA MICHAEL
Walter Bonner Gash by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Gromaire’s Nudes by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Fausto Melotti by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Giulia Napoleone by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Wolfgang Gäfgen by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Stanley Jones by LINDSEY SHAW-MILLER
Hilary Paynter by MARTIN HOPKINSON
Albert Irvin by MARTIN HOPKINSON
David Lynch by PAUL COLDWELL
Damien Hirst by PAUL COLDWELL
Contemporary Printmaking by PATRICK ELLIOTT
International Printmaking beyond the Edge by JUDITH BRODIE
Obituary Phyllis Dearborn Massar by NADINE M. ORENSTEIN
Tessa Sidey by MARTIN HOPKINSON

The Viewer in Late Medieval Europe by Malcolm Jones     196
Early Modern English Prints by Margaret Aston    197
Jacques Androuet du Cerceau by Deborah Howard     200
Wilhelm Friedrich Gmelin by F. Carlo Schmid     203
Prints and Privacy in the Late Nineteenth Century by Christian Rümelin     205
Voysey Bookplates by Martin Hopkinson    209
Natalia Goncharova by Galina Mardilovich     211
Picasso looks at Degas by Samantha Rippner     213
Tatyana Grosman by Marilyn Symmes    217
Alex Katz by David Cohen     220

Number 3

Tabula Gratulatoria     235
Introduction by David Landau    239
An Addition to the Oeuvre of Wenzel von Olmütz by Christopher Mendez     241
An Early Forgery of the Buxheim St Christopher, by Szilvia Bodnár    242
A Little Gift from an Old Friend: Dürer’s drawings by Fra Giocondo by Arnold Nesselrath     244
Jan Gossaert’s Mocking of Christ: A Reversal of States by Nadine M. Orenstein     249
Niccolò Vicentino’s Miraculous Draught of Fishes, by Naoko Takahatake        256
Michelangelo at Fontainebleau by Catherine Jenkins       261
Béatrizet’s Last Judgement, after Michelangelo, in the Courtauld gallery by Michael Bury and Katharine Lockett     266
A New State by Goltzius, with Imperial Implications by Marjorie B. Cohn      272
Rome 1610: Guido Reni after Annibale Carracci by Marzia Faietti     276
An Unrecorded English Broadside Ballad of 1626 in Ceský  Šternberk by David Paisey    282
Cesare Bassano’s 1635 Siege of Valenza, by Mark McDonald       288
Cardinal Francesco Barberini and the Specula Principum Tradition by Ketty Gottardo      293
‘Washing the Ass’s Head’: Proverbial and Allegorical Prints by Jean Michel Massing     298
Robert Vaughan and Monumental Brasses by Simon Turner      305
Some Observations on Rembrandt’s Bathers, by Martin Royalton-Kisch     310
A Rare Survivor: François Langot’s Christ Crowned with Thorns, by David Maskill       314
Jean Lepautre’s Forgotten Seven Cannons, by Maxime Préaud     318
A Mauro Gandolfi Print Study Lost and Found by Hugo Chapman      321
Remarks on Giambattista Tiepolo’s Scherzi, by Christian Rümelin      322
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo: The Pastiche as Capriccio by Peter Parshall      327
William Pennock – Retrieving an Early Eighteenth-Century Print Publisher by Malcolm Jones    331
Satirical Prints by Jefferyes Hamett O’Neale by Sheila O’Connell and Rosemary Baker       338

Number 4

Tabula Gratulatoria      363
Introduction by David Landau     367
Jean-Baptiste Glomy’s Etched Borders for Drawings and Prints by Peter Fuhring       369
The Print Collection of Sir Joshua Reynolds by Donato Esposito     376
Raphael Morghen’s Inventory of the ‘Calcografia Volpato’ by Giorgio Marini      382
Some Thoughts on Flaxman and the Engraved Outlines by Deanna Petherbridge      385
Frog to Apollo: A French Print after Lavater and Pre-Darwinian Theories of Evolution by David Bindman      392
Enlightened Friendship by Frances Carey     396
‘Good Morning Gentlemen, What Are We Up To?’ by Ger Luijten       401
Alexander Cozens and Amateurs Drawn to Etch by Kim Sloan       405
James Hughes Anderdon’s Collectanea Biographica: An Extraordinary Collection in the Keeper’s Office by An Van Camp      410
Documents on Godefroy Engelmann’s Chromolithographie, by Tanya Szrajber     414
Antoine-Augustin Renouard’s Collection of Affiches de Librairie, by Chris Michaelides     418
Five Lithographic Stones for Manet in 1873 by Juliet Wilson-Bareau      425
Degas and Hiroshige by Tom Rassieur       429
Reflections on Gauguin’s Woodcut Soyez Amoureuses, by Richard S. Field      432
The Book and Print Collector Hans Fürstenberg by Paul R. Quarrie      435
A Hoytema Archive in Boston by Clifford S. Ackley      439
Boom and Bust: Notes on the Inter-war British Print bubble by Celina Fox    444
Two Bookplates by Joseph Hecht by Martin Hopkinson     448
Patriotic Hellenism: A Poster for the 1948 London Olympics by Ian Jenkins     451
Hercules Segers Influence on Post-World War II Netherlandish Printmakers by Jan Piet Filedt  Kok     456
An Unknown Lithograph from Philip Guston’s Late Work by Michael Semff      462
Disguising Dürer’s Line and Other Print Transformations by Carl Fudge by Marilyn Symmes    464
‘Geography with a Purpose’: Bea Maddock’s Terra Spiritus, by Irena Zdanowicz      471

 

 

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Editor: Rhoda Eitel-Porter

Editorial Board:
Clifford Ackley, David Alexander, Judith Brodie, Michael Bury, Paul Coldwell, Marzia Faietti, Richard Field, Celina Fox, David Freedberg, Pat Gilmour, Antony Griffiths, Craig Hartley, Martin Hopkinson, David Kiehl, Fritz Koreny, David Landau, Ger Luijten, Giorgio Marini, Jean Michel Massing, Mark McDonald, Nadine Orenstein, Peter Parshall, Maxime Préaud, Christian Rümelin, Michael Snodin, Ellis Tinios, Henri Zerner.

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