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Print Quarterly, June 2017

Posted in journal articles, reviews by Editor on June 23, 2017

The current issue of Print Quarterly includes several items relevant to the long eighteenth century:

Print Quarterly 34.2 (June 2017)

Philibert-Louis Debucourt, National Almanac Dedicated to the Friends of the Constitution, 1790, aquatint and etching, 42.5 × 33.5 cm (Paris, Archives Nationales).

A R T I C L E S
• Lucia Simonato, “Cornelis Bloemaerts’s Estate Inventory and his Final Years,” pp. 150–61.

N O T E S
• Deborah L. Crohn, “Festival Prints (The Edible Monument),” pp. 199–201.
• Elmer Kolfin, “Coloured Prints (Afsetters en meester–afsetters: De kunst van het kleuren 1480–1720),” pp. 203–05.
• Deborah Howard, “Lost in Translation: Reinterpretation of Architectural Treatises (Traduire l’architecture),” pp. 207–09.
• Christiane Wiebel, “Karoline Luise von Baden as Collector,” pp. 209–11.
• John E. Moore, “Piranesi’s Published Books,” pp. 211–14.
• Kristel Smentek, “Ephemera in Revolutionary France (The Politics of the Provisional),” pp. 214–16.
• Martin Myrone, “William Blake (1757–1827),” pp. 217–18.
• Katarina Klaric, “Adam Buck (1759–1833),” pp. 218–21.

R E V I E W S
• Sheila O’Connell, “The Land of Cockayne and the Joys of Matrimony,” pp. 231–34.

A full contents list is available here»

 

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