RKD Netherland Institute for art History
Oud Holland has a history of publishing scholarly debates between multiple authors. Think of the discussion between Jørgen Wadum and Eric Jan Sluijter about the portrait of the young Rembrandt with gorget in Oud Holland 114 (2000). With this tradition, issue 1 of 2022 picks up on a spirited discussion about Rembrandt’s bankruptcy by Machiel Bosman, Dave De ruysscher and Cornelis in ’t Veld. For summaries of the articles, go to oudholland.rkd.nl.
Paul ClaesA new reading of the quatrain on the Ghent Altarpiece
Bernhard RidderbosThe Ghent Altarpiece: Iconography and patronage
Machiel BosmanRembrandt’s insolvency: A critique
Dave De ruysscher & Cornelis in ’t VeldRembrandt’s insolvency: A reply
The oldest surviving art-historical journal in the world is a Dutch periodical. From 1883 until now Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries publishes scholarly articles about important archival finds and major art-historical discoveries. The scope of Oud Holland is art from the Low Countries from c. 1400 to 1920. For more information and news about recent issues of Oud Holland, online reviews, subscriptions and information for authors, visit oudholland.rkd.nl.