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Chris Stolwijk



Elize Mazadiego

This essay examines the emergence of In-Out Center in Amsterdam in 1972 as a significant space in the constitution and realignment of conceptualism’s transnational geography, with a focus on three founder members Michel Cardena, Ulises Carrión and Raul Marroquin.


Ellis Dullaart

In the 1950s and 1960s, the RKD was closely involved in the realization and settlement of the Piek-van Ditmar bequest, originating from the Hague banker Hendrik Piek. Ellis Dullaart studied this collector, his collection, and the way in which the RKD strove to preserve works of art for the ‘Collectie Nederland’.


Rieke van Leeuwen

According to biographer Arnold Houbraken, Horatius Paulijn was a pious man who, paradoxically, painted erotic scenes. This contribution offers new information on the life and work of this eccentric minor master, who left traces in the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Scotland. The article concludes with an oeuvre list of 24 paintings.


Lot Baumann

This article places a previously undescribed painting by Melchior d’Hondecoeter (1636-1695), Landscape with a Pigeon, Rooster and Hen and Various Waterfowl, now in a private collection, in the artist’s oeuvre and establishes a connection with a drawing in the Rijksprentenkabinet in Amsterdam.

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