Ludger tom Ring, the Younger (attributed to), The Open Missal, mid-sixteenth century
Seventeenth Century Dutch Landscape Drawings and Selected Prints from American Collections
125 pages, 50 black and white illustrations; paperback
Exhibition: March 28 - May 7, 1976
About the publication
The emergence of landscape as an established and independent artistic specialty was largely a seventeenth century phenomenon. The fifteen artists that are represented in his exhibition catalogue contributed individually to the formulation of a special, characteristically Dutch way of viewing the world. Included are works by Bloemaert, van Ruisdael, Van Goyen, Cuyp, and Koninck, among others.
Introduction by Susan Donahue Kuretsky; Catalogue by Curtis O. Baer.
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