E. V. Bibliography: Catalogues of Dutch Painting Exhibitions

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  • San Fancisco, 2013, Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch paintings from the Mauritshuis, ed. by Lea Van der Vinde, San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2013.
  • Den Bosch, 2013, Jan de Hond and Paul Huys Janssen, Pieter Saenredam in Den Bosch, Eindhoven: Lecturiso, 2013.
  • Prague, 2012, Rembrandt & Co. Stories Told by a Prosperous Age: Exhibition Guide, ed. by Anja K. Ševčik, Prague: National Gallery in Prague, 2012.
  • Zwolle, 2012, Robert E. Gerhardt and Francis Griep-Quint, Michiel van Musscher (1645-1705): The Wealth of the Golden Age, Wbook, 2012.
  • Salem (MA), 2011, Frederik J. Duparc with Femke Diercks, Reinier Baarsen and Loek van Aalst, Golden: Dutch and Flemish Masterworks from the Rose-Marie and Eijk Van Otterloo Collection, New Haven: Salem: Yale University Press: Peabody Essex Museum, 2011.
  • Cambridge, 2011, Marjorie E. Wieseman with contrib. by H. Perry Chapman, Wayne E. Franits., Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence, New Haven, CT; London: Yale University Press, 2011.
  • Tokyo 2011, Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., with Daniëlle H.A.C. Lokin, Human Connections in the Age of Vermeer, London: Tokyo: Scala; Hata Foundation, 2011.
  • Paris, 2011, direction artistique, Marc Restellini; commissaire de l'exposition, Wouter Kloek; comité scientifique, Martin Bijl et al.Ilone et George Kremer: héritiers de l'âge d'or hollandais, Paris: Pinacothèque de Paris, 2011.
  • Amsterdam, 2011, ed. by Janrense Boonstra; texts: Aernout Hagen, David de Witt, In het voetspoor van Rembrandt: Hollandse schilderkunst uit de collectie Alfred Bader = In Rembrandt's footsteps: Dutch paintings from the Alfred Bader collection, Amsterdam: Museum Het Rembrandthuis, 2011.
  • Kassel, 2011, Carolin Bohlmann, et al., Lichtgefüge: das Licht im Zeitalter von Rembrandt und Vermeer, Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel und Forschungsgruppe Historische Lichtgefüge, Kassel: Petersberg: MHK, Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel; M. Imhof, 2011.
  • London, 2010, Desmond Shawe-Taylor; with contributions by Jennifer Scott, Dutch Landscapes, London: Royal Collection Publications, 2011..
  • Dresden, Dublin, The Hague, 2010, Uta Neidhardt, Der frühe Vermeer, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2010.
  • Dublin, 2010, Adriaan Waiboer, Gabriel Metsu, New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • The Hague, 2010, Quentin Buvelot, Made in Holland: Highlights from the Collection of Eijk and Rose-Marie de Mol van Otterloo, The Hague: Zwolle: Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis; Waanders, 2010.
  • Milano, 2008, From Rembrandt to Vermeer: Civil Values in 17th-Century Flemish and Dutch Painting: Masterpieces of the Gemädegalerie in Berlin, Milano: Motta, 2010.
  • Tokyo, Shimbun 2007, Junko Aono, Milkmaid by Vermeer and Dutch Genre Painting: Masterworks from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Tokyo, 2007.
  • Den Haag, 2005, Maurithuis, Bedrogen ogen: geschilderde illusies van Cornelius Gijsbrechts (The eye deceived: trompe- l'oeil paintings by Cornelius Gijsbrechts), catalogue by Olaf Koester, 2005.
  • Washington, 2005, Washington National Gallery, Rembrandt's Late Religious Portraits, catalogue by Arthur K. Wheelock et al.r, 2005.
  • London 2005, Buckingham Palace, Enchanting The Eye: Dutch Paintings of The Golden Age, catalogue by Christopher Lloydr, 2005.
  • Haarlem, 2004/2005, Frans Hals Museum, Pieter Claesz (1596/97 - 1660): meester van het stilleven, (Pieter Claesz [1596/97-1660]: master of still life in the Golden Age), catalogue by Pieter Biesboe, (Pieter Claesz 1596/97 - 1660), 20045.
  • Den Haag, Scherwin, 2004/2005, Frederik J. Duparc, Ariane van Suchtelen, Gero Seelig, Carel Fabritius: de jonge meester (Carel Fabritius: young master painter) / Carel Fabritius (1622 - 1654): Das Werk, Carel Fabritius 1622-1654, Mauritshuis/The Hague, Staatliches Museum Schwerin/Schwerin.
  • Dresden, 2004 / 2005, Uta Neidhart, Marlies Giebe, Albert Blankert, Chrisitne Klose, Johann Koller, Annalise Mayer-Meintsschel et. al., Das restaurierte Meisterwerk: Die Kupplerin von Vermeer, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden - Gemäldegalerie Alte Meisterr, 2004.
  • Kobe, 2004, Kobe City Museum, Flemish and Dutch Paintings from the Collection of the Kunsthisches Museun Wienr, 2004.
  • Sakura, 2004, Pieter Biesboer, Sakura City Museum of Art, Dutch art in the age of Frans Hals from the collection of the Frans Hals Museum, 2004.
  • Rotterdam, Frankfurt am Main, 2004, Jeroen Giltaij, Alexandra Gaba-Van Dongen and Peter Hecht, Schilders van het dagelijks leven in de zeventiende eeuw / Senses and Sins: Dutch Painters of Daily Life in the Seventeenth Century, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen/St ä delsches Kunstinstitut, Zinnen en Minnen, 2004.
  • Haarlem, 2004, Pieter Biesboer, Martina Sitt and Marvin Altner, with essays by Karel Bostoen, Louis Grijp, Elmer Koflin, Cynthia von Bogendorf Rupprath, Satire en vermaak, Frans Halsmuseum, 2004.
  • Washington, Detroit, 2004, National Gallery of Art/ Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, Gerard Ter Borch, catalogue by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., Alison Kettering), Arie Wallert, Marjorie Wieseman, 2004.
  • Hamburg, 2004, Pieter Biesboer and Martina Sitt, with contributions by Karel Bostoen, Louis Grijp, Cynthia von Bogendorf Rupprath, Elmer Kolfin and Marvin Altner. Hamburger Kunsthalle, Vergnügliches Leben, verborgene Lust: Holländische Gesellschaftsszenen von Frans Hals bis Jan Steen (Pleasurable life, hidden desires: Dutch genre scenes from Frans Hals to Jan Steen), 2004.
  • San Diego, 2004, Peter Sutton et al., Gabriel Metsu: The Love Letter, small catalogue from Love Letters: Dutch Genre Paintings in the Age of Vermeer, Timken Art Museum, 2004.
  • The Hague, 2004, Quentin Buvelot et al., lbert Eckhout (1610-1666), Mauritshuis, The Hague, 2004.
  • Dublin, Greenwich 2003/2004, National Gallery of Ireland/Greenwich, Bruce Museum of Art, Love Letters, Dutch genre paintings in the age of Vermeer, catalogue by Peter Sutton et al., 2003.
  • Manchester, 2003, Currier Museum of Art, Jan Miense Molenaer, painter of the Dutch Golden Age, catalogue by Dennis P. Weller with essays by Cynthia von Bogendorf Rupprath and Mariët Westermann, 2003.
  • Santiago, 2003, Universidad de Chile, Parque Forestal, Maestros del Siglo de Oro Holandés en Dordrecht (Dutch Golden Age masters in Dordrecht), catalogue by Celeste Brusati, Sander Paarlberg and Kim van Vloten, 2003.
  • Kassel, 2003, Staatliche Museen (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister), Johannes Vermeer: Der Geograph. Die Wissenschaft der Malerei (The geographer. The science of painting), catalogue by Thorsten Smidt, 2003.
  • Utrecht, 2003, Centraal Museum, Adriaen Coorte, meester van de monumentale eenvoud (Adriaen Coorte, master of sublime simplicity), 2003.
  • Madrid, 2003, Vermeer and the Dutch Interior, catalogue by Alejandro Vergara and Mariett Westermann, 2003.
  • Haarlem, 2003, Frans Hals Museum, De tekenende schilder, Michael Sweerts (The painter draws: Michael Sweerts), 2003.
  • Amsterdam, 2003, Rembrandthuis, Rembrandts verborgen zelfportretten (Rembrandt's hidden self-portraits), catalogue by Ernst van de Wetering, 2003.
  • Albany, 2002, Albany Institute of Art History, Matters of Taste: Food and Drink in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art and Life, catalogue by Donna R. Barnes and Peter G. Rose, with essays by Charles T. Gehring and Nancy T. Minty, 2002.
  • Raleigh, 2002, North Carolina Museum of Art, Weller, D., Jan Miense Molenaer: Painter of the Dutch Golden Age, catalogue by Dennis Paul Weller, Cynthia von Bogendorf Rupprath and Karen Cochran., 2002.
  • Hartford, 2002, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Michael Sweerts: 1618-1664, catalogue by Guido Jansen and Peter C. Sutton, with contributions from Jonathan Bikker, 2002.
  • London, 2002, Laurie B. Harwood; with contrib. by Christopher Brown and Anne Charlotte Steland, Inspired by Italy: Dutch landscape painting 1600-1700, London: Dulwich Picture Gallery, 2002.
  • Boston, 2002, Ronni Baer, The Poetry of Everyday Life: Dutch Painting in Boston, Boston: MFA Publ., 2002.
  • New York, London, 2001, The Metropolitan Museum of Art/National Gallery, Vermeer and the Delft School, catalogue by Walter Lietdke et al., 2003.
  • Denver, Newark, 2001, Denver Art Museum / The Newark Museum, Art & Home: Dutch Interiors in the Age of Rembrandt, catalogue by Mariette Wetermann et al.
  • Amsterdam, 2001, Lene Boegh Roenberg, Kasper Monrad, Ragni Linnet; and contrib. from Marie Baarspul, Wouter Kloek, Nanna Larsen, Two Golden Age: Masterpieces of Dutch and Danish Painting, Amsterdam; Zwolle; Kopenhagen: Rijksmuseum Statens Museum for Kunst Waanders.
  • Utrecht, Los Angeles 2000, Utrecht (Centraal Museum) / J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Pieter Saenredam, the Utrecht Work: Paintings, and Drawings by the 17th-Century Master of Perspective, catalogue by Liesbeth L. Helmus with contributions by Arie de Groot, Geraldine van Heemstra and Michiel C. Plomp.
  • Washington, 2000, National Gallery of Art, Gerrit Dou 1613-1675; Master Painter in the Age of Rembrandt, catalogue by Ronnie Baer and Arthur K. Wheelock Jr..
  • Ithaca, 2000, Cornell University, Fresh Woods and Pastures New: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Landscape Drawings from the Peck Collection, catalogue by Franklin Westcott Robinson and Sheldon Peck.
  • Osaka, 2000, Osaka Municipal Museum of Art, The Public and the Private in the Age of Vermeer, catalogue by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. and Michiel Christiaan Plomp.
  • Amsterdam, 2000, Rijksmuseum, Glorie van de Gouden Eeuw: Nederlandse kunst uit de 17de eeuw (Glory of the Golden Age: Dutch art of the 17th century), catalogue by Judikje Kiers, Fieke Tissink, Jan Pieter Filedt Kok and Bart Cornelis.
  • Dresden, 2000, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Von der lustvollen Betrachtung der Bilder: Leidener Feinmaler in der Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister Dresden (Of desirous gazing at pictures: the Leiden 'fijnschilders' in Dresden), catalogue by Annegret Laabs with a contribution by Christoph Scholzel.
  • Boston, 2000, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Rembrandt creates Rembrandt: Art and Ambition in Leiden, 1629-1631, catalogue by Arthur Kingsland, Wheelock Jr. with essays by Christopher White, Mariët Westermann, Alan Chong and Hilliard Goldfarb.
  • Rotterdam, 1999/2000, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Dutch Classicism in Seventeenth-Century Painting, catalogue by Albert Blankert et al.
  • Amsterdam, Cleveland, 1999, 2002, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam/Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Het Nederlandse stilleven, 1550-1720 (Dutch still life), catalogue by Alan David Chong and Wouter Th. Kloek with contributions by Celeste Brusati, Willem Jacob Engelsman and Dorine Duyster.
  • Dulwich, Hartford, 1998, 1999, London, Dulwich Picture Gallery / Wadsworth Atheneum, Pieter de Hooch, catalogue by Peter Sutton.
  • Washington, 1999, National Gallery Washington, From botany to bouquets: flowers in northern art, catalogue by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.
  • Dayton 1999, Dayton Art Insititue, Sinners and Saints, Darkness and Light: Caravaggio and his Dutch and Flemish Followers, catalogue by Dennis Paul Weller with essays by Leonard Joseph Slatkes and Viki Balkcum.
  • Copenhagen, 1999, Statens Museum for Kunst, Blændværker: Gijsbrechts kongernes illusionsmester (Illusions: Gijsbrechts, Royal Master of Deception), catalogue by Olaf Koester, with contributions by Celeste Brusati, Jørgen Hein, Günter Herzog, Ekkehard Mai, Mette Bjarnhof and Lone Bogh.
  • London, The Hague, 1999, National Gallery London/Mauritshuis, Den Haag, Rembrandt by Himself, catalogue by Christopher White and Quentin Buvelot with contributions by Ernst van de Wetering and Edwin Buijsen.
  • Ithaca,1999, Cornell University, Reflections to Astound: 17th-Century Dutch Prints from a Private Collection, catalogue by Joseph Dallett and Andrew C. Weislogel.
  • Rotterdam, 1998, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Dutch Genre Painting of the 17th Century: Collection of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, catalogue by Friso Lammertse et al.
  • Thw Hague, 1998, Mauritshuis, Gerrit ter Borch and the Treaty of Munster, catalogue by Alison Kettering.
  • Amsterdam, 1997, Rijksmuseum, Spiegel van alledag, Nederlandse genreprenten 1550-1700 / Mirror of Everyday Life; Genreprints in the Netherlands 1550-1700, catalogue by Eddy de Jong and Ger Luijten.
  • Washington, Amsterdam, 1996 / 1997, National Gallery of Art / Rijksmuseum, Jan Steen schilder en verteller / Jan Steen: Painter and Storyteller, catalogue by H. Chapman, Wouter Kloek and Arthur K. Wheelock Jr..
  • Paris, 1997, Gran Palais, De Rembrandt à Vermeer; les peintersm dollandais au Mauritshuis de La Haye.
  • San Francisco, 1997, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Masters of light: Dutch painters in Utrecht during the golden age, catalogue by Joneath A. Spicer, Lynn Federle Orr et al.
  • Delft, 1996, Stedelijk Museum Het Prinsenhof, Delftse Meesters. Tijdgenoten van Vermeer / Delft Masters; Vermeer's Contemporaries.
  • Washington, Den Haag, 1995 / 1996, National Gallery of Art / Mauritshuis, Johannes Vermeer>, catalogue by Aurthur K. Wheelcok Jr. et al.
  • Amsterdam, 1993 / 1994, Mirror of Everyday Life: Genredprints in the Netherlands 1550-1770, catalogue by Eddy de Jong ad Ger Luijtens.
  • Delft,1994, Stedelijk Museum het Prinsenhof, Leonart Bramer: 1596-1674; Ingenious Painter and Draughtsman in Rome and Delft, catalogue by Jane ten Brink Goldsmith.
  • Worcester, 1993, Worcester Art Museum, Judith Leyster: A Dutch Master and Her World, catalogue by James Welu et al.
  • Antwerpen, 1991, David Teniers de Jongere. Schilderijen.Tekeningen / David Teniers the Younger: Paintings. Drawings, catalogue by Margret Kling.
  • Amsterdam, 1989, Rijksmuseum, De Hollandse Fijnschilders: Van Gerard Dou tot Adriaen van der Werff, catalogue by P. Hecht.
  • Leiden, 1988, Stedelijk Museum, Leidse fijnschilders van Gerrit Dou tot Frans van Mieris de Jonge, 1630-1760, catalogue by Erick J. Sluijter et al.
  • München, 1986, Alte Pinakothek, Adriaen Brouwer und das niederl ä ndische Bauerngenre 1600-1660, catalogue by Konrad Renger.
  • New York, 1982, Noortman & Brod, Adriaen Brouwer; David Teniers the Younger: A Loan Exhibition of Paintings, catalogue by M. Klinge.
  • Philadelphia, Berlin, London, 1984, Philadelphia Museum of Art / Gemäldegalerie/Royal Academy, Masters of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting, catalogue by Peter Sutton et al.
  • Amsterdam, 1976, Rijksmuseum, Tot lering en vermaak; betekenissen van Hollandse genrevoorstellingen uit de zeventiende eeuw, catalogue by Eddy de Jongh.
  • Paris, 1975, Institut Neérlandais, Willem Buytewech 1591-1624, catalogue by Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann.
  • London, 1949, forew. S.C. Kaines Smith, Masterpieces of Dutch and Flemish Painting: Loan Exhibition in Memory of Ralph Warner, London: Eugene Slatter.