The Rijksmuseum Bulletin is the English language academic journal of the Rijksmuseum, published quarterly.
The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 2018/3
Lieke van Deinsen and Jan de Hond
The Sword and the Album: Material Memories and an Eighteenth-Century Poetic Account of the Execution of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt (1619)
‘’S heeren architect ende steenhouwer’: Melchior van Herbach and the Breda Wall in the Rijksmuseum
‘A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever’: A Piccolomini Tabernacholetto from the Collection of Otto Lanz
Suzanne van Leeuwen
Acquisitions: The Marjan and Gerard Unger Collection
Jan de Hond, Bianca M. du Mortier, Alied Ottevanger, Jenny Reynaerts, Frits Scholten, Lucinda Timmermans and Jeroen van der Vliet
About The Rijksmuseum Bulletin
The Rijksmuseum Bulletin is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal presenting scholarly articles that contribute to historical and art-historical research into the Rijksmuseum collections to an international audience of curators, scholars, students, art professionals and enthusiasts.
Scientific research into objects and works of art by museum experts is often published in The Rijksmuseum Bulletin. However, authors from outside the museum are very welcome to contribute.
The Rijksmuseum Bulletin is published by the Rijksmuseum Publications Department.
Editorial Board: dr Rachel Esner (University of Amsterdam), prof dr Jos Gommans (Leiden University), Cornelia Homburg (independent), Danielle Kisluk-Grosheide (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York), prof dr Volker Manuth (Radboud University, Nijmegen), dr Nadine Orenstein (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York), prof dr Maarten Prak (Utrecht University), dr William W. Robinson (Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Cambridge, Mass., emeritus), prof dr Niek van Sas (University of Amsterdam), Saskia Scheltjens (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) and dr Arthur K. Wheelock (National Gallery of Art, Washington)
Editors: Jan van Campen, Erik Hinterding, Jan de Hond and Jenny Reynaerts
Associate and managing editor: Anne-Maria van Egmond
The Rijksmuseum Bulletin in scientific databases
The Rijksmuseum Bulletin is available in JSTOR (Arts & Sciences VIII Collection) from vol. 1 (1953) and indexed in Web of Science (Social Sciences / Arts and Humanities Citation Index) from vol. 59 (2011), in Scopus (Social Sciences / Arts and Humanities Index) from vol. 57 (2009) and in ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences) from vol. 1 (1953). For more information, please visit www.jstor.org, www.webofscience.com, www.elsevier.com and erihplus.nsd.no.
Anne-Maria van Egmond
Rijksmuseum Publications Department
PO Box 74888
1070 DN Amsterdam
Volume 65, 2017 (4 issues)
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