In this new, revised and updated catalogue raisonné of the Italian Baroque painter, Francesca Baldassari provides further insight into the character and output of the artist with previously unpublished works and documents, alongside scholarly essays on his training, context and artistic legacy.
By Francesca Baldassari, Centro Di, 2015, 392 pages with 186 colour and 100 black and white images, Hard cover, £120
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The paintings of Hendrick Goltzius (1558 – 1617). A Monograph and Catalogue Raisonné by Lawrence W. Nichols
Doornspijk: 2013. Series: Aetas Aurea: Monographs on Dutch & Flemish Painting Vol. XXIII. 466pp., 207 plates and illustrations including 145 in colour. Cloth, 31 x 24cms.
A comprehensive study of the paintings of Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617), the most important artist in the Netherlands at the turn of the seventeenth century. Discusses 59 paintings by the artist, in addition to 160 pictures known only from descriptions and 38 rejected works, with the accepted works ordered iconographically, and the extant oeuvre arranged chronologically. Visually demonstrates the development of his career as a painter, and considers, in some depth, the reasons for the artist’s conversion from printmaking to painting. Includes three indices and a complete bibliography.