Studies in Netherlandish Art and Cultural History

The beautifully illustrated Studies in Netherlandish Art and Cultural History book series was first published in 1997 as an appendix to the Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art which shares the same points of departure: the publication of art-historical and cultural-historical research into the Netherlandish visual tradition – preferably of a multi-disciplinary nature and perspective.

Manuscripts can be submitted for review to the publisher, attention of Arjan van Dijk (, or to the Editors (

Painting Flanders Abroad
Flemish Art and Artists in Seventeenth-Century Madrid
Volume 17
The Matter of Piety
Zoutleeuw's Church of Saint Leonard and Religious Material Culture in the Low Countries (c. 1450-1620)
Volume 16
Thinking Bodies – Shaping Hands
Handeling in Art and Theory of the Late Rembrandtists
Volume 15
Erudite Eyes
Friendship, Art and Erudition in the Network of Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598)
Volume 14
Erudite Eyes
Friendship, Art and Erudition in the Network of Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598)
Volume 14
Pious Memories
The Wall-Mounted Memorial in the Burgundian Netherlands
Volume 13
Art and Antiquity in the Netherlands and Britain
The Vernacular Arcadia of Franciscus Junius (1591-1677)
Volume 12
Moving Sculptures
Southern Netherlandish alabasters from the 16th to 17th centuries in Central and Northern Europe
Volume 11
The Land of Unlikeness
Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights
Volume 10
Anthonis Mor: Art and Authority
Volume 8
A Common Art
Urban Ceremonial in Antwerp and Brussels during and after the Dutch Revolt
Volume 7
Editorial Board: H. Perry Chapman (University of Delaware), Yannis Hadjinicolaou (University of Bonn), Tine Meganck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Herman Roodenburg (Formerly Meertens Institute and Free University Amsterdam), Frits Scholten (Rijksmuseum and University of Amsterdam).

Advisory Board: Reindert Falkenburg (New York University), Karin Leonhard (Konstanz University), Pamela Smith (Columbia University), Anne-Laure van Bruaene (Ghent University), Mariët Westermann (New York University).
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