The De Jode dynasty / compiled by Marjolein Leesberg ; edited by Peter van de Coelen.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Ouderkerk aan den Ijssel : Sound & Vision Publishers in co-operation with the Rijksmuseum, [2018]-
Description
volumes : black and white illustrations ; 28 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Jode, Gerard de, approximately 1516 or 1517-1591Catalogues raisonnés [Browse]
Compiler
Editor
Publisher
Library of Congress genre(s)
Catalogues raisonnés [Browse]
Series
New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, 1450-1700 [More in this series]
Summary note
A comprehensive publication of the prints published and engraved by the Antwerp De Jode family has long since been a desideratum in the research on the history of Netherlandish printmaking. Over the coming years such research will be conducted for The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish series with the goal of publishing the entire fund of Gerard de Jode (1516/17-1591), all engravings by and after his son Pieter de Jode I (1573-1634), as well as the engravings by the latter's son Pieter de Jode II (1606-after 1670/74) and his son Arnold de Jode (1638-in/after 1667).
Notes
"In co-operation with The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam" -- title page.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (part 1, pages xi-xxvi).
Contents
Pts. 1-3. Gerard de Jode -- Pt. 4. Gerard and Cornelis de Jode -- Pts. 5-6. Pieter de Jode I.
ISBN
  • 9789491539497 ((hardback ; : part 1))
  • 9491539493 ((hardback ; : part 1))
  • 9789491539503 ((hardback ; : part 2))
  • 9491539507 ((hardback ; part 2))
  • 9789491539510 ((hardback ; : part 3))
  • 9491539515 ((hardback ; : part 3))
  • 9789491539527 ((hardback ; : part 4))
  • 9491539523 ((hardback ; : part 4))
  • 9789491539619 ((hardback ; : part 5))
  • 9491539612 ((hardback ; : part 5))
  • 9789491539626 ((hardback ; : part 6))
  • 9491539620 ((hardback ; : part 6))
  • 9789491539657 ((hardback ; : part 7))
  • 9789491539664 ((hardback ; : part 8))
OCLC
1044734749
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