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Oud Holland

Journal for Art of the Low Countries

The oldest surviving art-historical journal in the world is a Dutch periodical. From 1883 until now Oud Holland publishes scholarly articles about important archival finds and major art-historical discoveries.


Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries

The scope of Oud Holland is art from the Low Countries from ca. 1400 to 1920. For more information and news about recent issues of Oud Holland, online reviews, back issues, subscriptions and information for authors, visit oudholland.rkd.nl.


Current issue

Oud Holland - Journal for Art of the Low Countries, 2019-4, volume 132
Oud Holland - Journal for Art of the Low Countries, 2019-4, volume 132

Content Oud Holland 2019, no. 4:

Marjan Pantjes
Uncovering the identities of Cain and Lamech: Christian typology in Hans Memling’s scenes from the passion of Christ (ca. 1470)

Miyako Sugiyama
Performing virtual pilgrimage to Rome: A rediscovered Christ crucified from a series of three panel paintings (ca. 1500)

Ilja M. Veldman
Adaptation, emulation and innovation: Scorel, Gossaert and other artists as a source of inspiration for the young Heemskerck

Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman
The Gouda windows revisited: An unexecuted design by Wouter Crabeth

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