>Cornelis Bos : a study of the origins of the Netherland grotesque (Stockholm Studies in History of Art, 10)
Schéle (Sune), 1896-1962
Cornelis Bos : a study of the origins of the Netherland grotesque (Stockholm Studies in History of Art, 10)
Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1965
(27 cm), 238 (2) pp., plus 285 illustration on 70 plates, text illustrations (figs.1-56 on pp.85-100). Publisher’s printed wrapper, pictorial dust jacket. - Catalogue of the prints and drawings of Cornelis Bos (215 prints by, 69 drawings and doubtful and rejected work in all media). It “is a very useful working instrument, and one would like to possess a similar one for more sixteenth-century engravers. The illustrations cover all the certain works by Bos and some of the more doubtful attributions” (from a review by Carl Van de Velde, in The Burlington Magazine, volume 109, July 1967, pp.422-423). ¶ Dust jacket rubbed, small defects; otherwise a very good, unmarked copy.