Series: Leids kunsthistorisch jaarboek

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Rudolf II and his court by Ed de Heer1
Art in Denmark, 1600-1650 by Ed de Heer2
Bouwen in Nederland : Vijfentwintig opstellen over nederlandse architectuur opgedragen aan Prof. ir. J.J. Terwen by Ed de Heer3
Achttiende-eeuwse kunst in de Nederlanden by Carla Scheffer4
Academies of art between renaissance and romanticism (Leids Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 1986-1987) by Anton W. A. Boschloo5-6
Aspecten van het interbellum : Beeldende kunst, film, fotografie, cultuurfilosofie en literatuur in de periode tussen de twee wereldoorlogen by Hans Würzner7
Nederlandse portretten : bijdragen over de portretkunst in de Nederlanden uit de zestiende, zeventiende en achttiende eeuw by H. Blasse-Hegeman8
Het Leidse prentenkabinet : de geschiedenis van de verzamelingen by J.F. Heijbroek9
Voor Nederland bewaard : de verzamelingen van het Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap in het Rijksmuseum by J.F. Heijbroek10
Looking through paintings : the study of painting techniques and materials in support of art historical research by Erma Hermens11
Beelden in veelvoud : de vermenigvuldiging van het beeld in prentkunst en fotografie by N. L. Bartelings12
Dutch and Flemish artists in Britain, 1550-1800 by Juliette Roding13
Het Nederlandse binnenhuis gaat zich te buiten internationale invloeden op de Nederlandse wooncultuur by Reinier Baarsen14

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