Printmaking in the Age of Rembrandt (catalogue of an exhibition held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 28 October 1980-4 January 1981; and Saint Louis Art Museum, 19 February-12 April 1981)
Boston & New York, Museum of Fine Arts / New York Graphic Society, 1981
(23 × 27 cm), xlviii, 316 pp., numerous illustrations (6 in colour). 213 catalogue entries. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket. - Loan exhibition of Dutch printmaking, featuring prints by Rembrandt along with those of his predecessors and contemporaries, such as Goltzius, Buytewech, Jacob de Gheyn II and III, Jan Lievens, Van Ostade, Van Ruisdael, Saftleven, Segers and Esaias van de Velde. Contains essays by Clifford Ackley (Printmaking in the age of Rembrandt: the quest for printed tone) and by William W. Robinson (This passion for prints: collecting and connoisseurship in Northern Europe during the seventeenth century). ¶ Short tears in dust jacket; otherwise, an excellent copy.