RIJKSMUSEUM MUSEUM: The Bulletin, Rijksmuseum (Volume 58, No. 3)

The Bulletin, Rijksmuseum (Volume 58, No. 3), book coverRijksmuseum Museum. The Bulletin, Rijksmuseum (Volume 58, No. 3). 2010. ISBN: 9789040076930. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26779) $12.00

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Text in English. Nicely illustrated. pp211-304.

Includes “Miro in Holland: The Dutch Interiors” by Panda de Haan and Ludo van Halem, “From Wood to Canvas: Anthonis Mor, Portraits of Sir Thomas Gresham and Anne Fernely” by Michel van de Laar et al, and Dirk jan Biemond on acquisitions, the Marjan an derad Unger Collection and Twentieth Century Dutch jewelry.

BRUEGEL, P: Pieter Bruegel de Oude Antwerpen: Twaalf Spreuken op Borden, Museum Mayer van den Bergh

Pieter Bruegel de Oude Antwerpen: Twaalf Spreuken op Borden, Museum Mayer van den Bergh. 1965. Unmarked. Very Good. Unbound. (#26764) $30.00

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Text in German, English, French, and modern Netherlandish. Twelve loose images on heavy card stock in a folder. Suitable for framing. Each image measures 7×7 inches. They represent twelve Netherlandish proverbial locutions, each personified in a single human figure. Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1525-1569) was the most significant artist of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting.

REMBRANDT: Rembrandt’s Night Watch

 Rembrandt's Night Watch, book coverKoot, Ton. Rembrandt’s Night Watch. Amsterdam: Meulenhoff International, 1969. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26675) $14.00

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This edition is based on Rembrandt’s Nightwatch: Its History and Adventures. Author served as the General Secretary of the Rijksmuseum. 92p. Illustrated.

FRANS HALSMUSEUM: Frans Halsmuseum De Hallen

Frans Halsmuseum De Hallen. 1984. Unmarked text. Illustrated. 40p. Very Good. Paperback. (#26537) $15.00

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Text in Dutch and English. Artists include Maerten van Heemskerck, Jan van Scorel, Cornelis Cornelisz, Willem Claesz, Frans Hals, Constant, Keesverwey and others. The Frans Hals Museum is the home to the municipal museum in Haarlem, Netherlands, that was established in 1862.

REMBRANDT: Rembrandt and the Bible (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol XXXVI, No 3, Winter 1978/1979)

Mayor, A. Hyatt. Rembrandt and the Bible (Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol XXXVI, No 3, Winter 1978/1979). Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1978. Unmarked.Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26508) $10.00

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Accompanied an exhibition mounted for Rembrandt’s 300th anniversary, comprised primarily of etchings. Mostly B/W illustrations. 48p. Bibliography.

SALMAGUNDI: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979)

SALMAGUNDI: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979), book coverPops, Martin (Guest Editor). Salmagundi: Vermeer (Spring/Summer, 1979). Skidmore College, 1979. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26491) $15.00

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Articles on Vermeer by Martin Pops, Lawrence Gowing, Paul Claudel, Harry Berger, René Huyghe, Edward Snow, André Malraux and others. Also poetry, reviews. B/W illustrations. 266p.

REMBRANDT: Rembrandt and His Circle (Fitzwilliam Museum, 1966)

Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge). Rembrandt and His Circle. Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, 1966. Unmarked text. Name and label on front end page. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26458) $18.00

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Catalog of an exhibition of drawings from the collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, February-June 1966 that was designed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of his death. Essay by Malcolm Cormack.

Provenance and notes on the 50 pieces in the exhibition. 72p. NO ILLUSTRATIONS.