Nicolaes de Bruyn, The Dance of the Magdalene, engraving, 1601 (New Hollstein 123/II), Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, inv.no. BdH 25177

Lorena A. Baines (compiler) and Nadine M. Orenstein (editor)
The New Hollstein. Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts 1450-1700. Nicolaes de Bruyn 
Ouderkerk aan den IJssel (Sound & Vision Publishers) 2014

Nicolaes de Bruyn (1571-1656) is known primarily among print specialists for his large engraved landscapes after designs by artists such as Gillis van Coninxloo and David Vinckboons from around 1600. He is often identified as a reproductive engraver because of his work after these artists as well as Maarten de Vos, Jacob Savery, the Sadelers, the Collaerts, Hans Vredeman de Vries, and single prints after Sebald Beham, Hans Bol, Abraham Bloemaert, and Jan Brueghel I. The artist was the topic of the Ph.D. thesis of the compiler of these two volumes, dr. Lorena Baines, who received her degree at the Univeristy of Delaware in 2011.

Published in co-operation with the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

ISBN 978-94-91539-00-8 | 2 vols. | bound | 269+331 pp.

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