E. V. Bibliography: Dutch Painting

updated March 13, 2017

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  • AINSWORTH, Maryan (ed.) Workshop Practice in Early Netherlandish Painting: Case Studies from Van Eyck through Gossart (Me fecit, 10). Turnhout: Brepols, 2016.
  • ALPERS, Svetlana. "Realism as a Comic Mode: Low-Life Painting Seen Through Bredero's Eyes." Simiolus 8 (1975–1976): 15–144.
  • ALPERS, Svetlana. "Art History and its Exclusions: the example of Dutch Art." In N. Broude and M. Garrard, Feminism and Art History: Questioning the Litany (New York: Westview, 1982), 183–199.
  • ALPERS, Svetlana. Rembrandt's Enterprise;\: The Studio and the Market. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988.
  • ALPERS, Svetlana. "Picturing Dutch Culture" In W. Franits, ed., Looking at Seventeenth-century Dutch Art. Realism Reconsidered. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997, 57–67.
  • AONO, Junko. Imitation and Innovation: Dutch Genre Painting 1680–1750 and its Reception of the Golden Age. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2001.
  • AONO, Junko. Confronting the GoldenAge: Imitation and Innovation in Dutch Genre Painting 1680–1750. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015.
  • ATKINS, Christopher D. M. The Signature Style of Frans Hals: Painting, Subjectivity, and the Market in Early Modernity. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2012.
  • BAL, Mieke. Reading "Rembrandt": Beyond the Word-Image Opposition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  • BAER, Ronnie. The Paintings of Gerrit Dou (1613–1675). Ph.D. diss., Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1990.
  • BAER, Ronni, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., and Annetje Boersma. Gerrit Dou 1613–1675. Zwolle: Waanders, 2000.
  • BADER, A. H. The Bible Through Dutch Art. Exh.cat. Milwaukee WI: Milwaukee Art Center, 1976.
  • BAER, Ronni, and Henk Van Nierop. Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Boston: MFA Publications, 2015.
  • BAERT, B. Late Medieval Enclosed Gardens in the Low Countries: Contributions to Gender and Artistic Expressions (Studies in Iconology, 2). Leuven: Peeters Publishers, 2016.
  • BAESIER, Claire (ed.), with contributions by Thomas Fusenig, Ulrich Heinen, Ursula Härting et al. Divine Interiors. Experience Churches in the Age of Rubens. Wommelgem: BAI, 2016.
  • BAKKER, Boudewijn. Landscape and Religion from Van Eyck to Rembrandt, Farnham: Ashgate, 2012.
  • BARNES, Donna R. ., Peter G. Rose, Charles T. Gehring, and Nancy T. Minty. Matters of Taste: Food and Drink in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art and Life. New York: Albany Institute of History & Art, 2002.
  • BEDAUX, J. B., "Fruit and Fertility: Fruit Symbolism in Netherlandish Portraiture of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries." Simiolus XVII (1987): 150–168.
  • BENESZ, Hanna, and Maria Kluk. Early Netherlandish, Dutch, Flemish and Belgian Paintings 1494–1983 in the Collections of the National Museum in Warsaw and the Palace at Nieborów. Complete Illustrated Catalogue. dd. Hanna Benesz. 2 vols. Warsaw: Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie, 2016.
  • BERGER, Julie. ""Goede dingen willen tijt hebben": time as a meditation on painting in Dutch still life of the seventeenth century". in Symbols of Time in the History of Art, ed. by Christian Heck and Kristen Lippincott. Alfred Acres; Barbara Winston Blackmun; Sabine Blumenröder. 2002. 117–135.
  • BENGTSSON, Å., Studies on the Rise of Realistic Landcape Painting in Holland 1610–1625. Stockholm, 1952.
  • BERGSTRÖM, Ingvar. Dutch Still-Life Painting in the Seventeenth-Century. London, 1956.
  • BIÈVRE, Elisabeth de. Dutch Art and Urban Cultures 1200–1700. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2016.
  • BIKKER, Jonathan. Marten and Oopjen. Two Monumental Portraits by Rembrandt. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 2016.
  • BIKKER, Jonathan. Willem Drost (1633–1659): A Rembrandt Pupil in Amsterdam and Venice. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.
  • BIKKER, Jonathan, Gregor J.M. Weber, and Erik Hinterding. Rembrandt: The Late Works. London: National Gallery London, 2014.
  • BLANKERT, Albert. "What is Dutch Seventeenth-Century Gener Painting? A Definition and its Limits." Hollandische Genremalerei im 17 Kahrhundert, Symposium Berlin 1984 (Jahrbuch Preußischer Kulturbesitz Sonderbd. 4), Berlin, 1987, 9–32.
  • BLANKERT, Albert et al. The Impact of a Genius: Rembrandt, His Pupils and Followers in the Seventeenth Century. Paintings from Museums and Private Collections. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 1983)
  • BLANKERT, Abert, et.al. God, Saint and Heroes: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt, exh. cat., Washington / Detroit /Amsterdam, 1980–1981.
  • BLOM, A van de,E, Kupershoe, and C. Thniiissen. Nederlandse Schilderkunst tussen detail en grandeur, Alpen aan de Rijn. Amsterdam, 1997.
  • BOL, Laurens J. Adriaen Coorte: A Unique late 17th-Century Dutch Still-Life Painter. Assen, 1977.
  • BOMFORD, David, Rembrandt, Christopher Brown, and Ashok Roy. Art in the Making: Rembrandt. London: National Gallery Publications, 1991.
  • BORENIUS, Tancred. Dutch indoor subjects. New York: Pitman Pub. Corp. 1949.
  • BRADLE, Christopher. Dutch Landscape: The Early Years, Haarlem and Amsterdam 1590–1660. London: National Gallery, 1986.
  • BRENER, C., Tummers, J. C., Riddell, and J., & Moore, B. Painting in the Dutch Golden Age: A Profile of the Seventeenth Century. Washington: National Gallery of Art, 2007.
  • BROOS, Ben. Intimacies and Intrigues. History Painting in the Mauritshuis. The Hague: Mauritshuis; Ghent : Snoeck-Ducaju, 1993.
  • BROWN, Christopher. Carel Fabritius, complete edition with a catalogue raisonné. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1981.
  • BROWN Christopher. Scenes of Everyday Life. Dutch Genre Painting of the Seventeenth Century, London: Faber, 1984.
  • BROWN Christopher. Images of a Golden Past; Dutch Genre Painting of the 17th Century, New York: Abbeville Press, 1984.
  • BROWN, Christopher. Dutch Genre Painting, London: National Gallery, 1976.
  • BROWN, Christopher. Utrecht Painters of the Dutch Golden Age. London: National Gallery Publications, 1997.
  • BRUSATI, Celeste. "Stilled Lives: Self Portraiture and Self-Reflection in Seventeenth-Century Netherlandish Still-Life Painting." Simiolus 20 (1990–1991): 168–182.
  • BRUYN, Jean-Pierre de. Erasmus II Quellinus (1607–1678) De schilderijen met catalogus raisonne. Freren: Luca Verlag, 1988.
  • BUIJSEN, Edwin, and Bob Haak. Between Fantasy and Reality: 17th Century Dutch Landscape Painting. The Hague: Netherlands Office of Fine Arts, 1992.
  • BUCK, Stephanie. ‘Copying and Beyond: the Multiple Functions of Early Netherlandish Drawings." In Albert J. Elen and Friso Lammertse (eds.), An Eyckian Crucifixion Explored: Ten Essays on a Drawing, Rotterdam, 2016: 80–93.
  • BUVELOT, Quentin, Otto Naumann, E. de Jongh, Peter van der Ploeg, Bieke van der Mark, and Carol Pottasch. Frans van Mieris, 1635–1681. Zwolle: Waanders, 2005.
  • BUVELOT, Quentin, Edwin Buijsen and Ariane van Suchtelen. Genre Paintings in the Mauritshuis. Zwolle: Uitgeverij de Kunst, 2016.
  • BUVELOT, Quentin. The Still Lfes of Adriaen Coorte (active c.1683–1707). Zwolle: Waanders Publishers. 2008.
  • CAPPELLETT, Francesca. (ed.) Caravaggio and the Painters of the North. Madrid: Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. Madrid: Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, 2016.
  • CARPREAU, Peter. Auctioning 17th-Century Dutch and Flemish Painting: An Inquiry into the Evolution of Taste for Baroque Paintings from the Low Countries (17th–21st century) (Collectors and Dealers, 2). London: Harvey Miller / Turnhout: Brepols, 2016.
  • CHEPP, Mark,, Verna Curtis, and Marilyn Giaimo. Low-Life in the Lowlands: 17th-Century Dutch and Flemish Genre Painting. [Milwaukee]: Art History Galleries, Dept. of Art History, College of Letters and Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 1974.
  • COELEN, Peter van der, et al., Everyday life in Holland's Golden Age: The Complete Etchings of Adriaen van Ostade, Amsterdam: Museum Het Rembrandthuis, 1998.
  • DEKKERS, Ger., New Dutch Landscapes, Zwolle: Waanders, 1986.
  • DIFURIA, Arthur J. (ed.) Genre Imagery in Early Modern Northern Europe: New Perspectives. London: Ashgate / Routledge, 2016.
  • DIXON, Laurinda S. Perilous chastity: women and illness in pre-enlightenment art and medicine. Ithaca: Cornell Univiversity Press. 1995.
  • DOTY, Mark. Still Life with Oysters and Lemon. Boston: Beacon Press. 2001.
  • DUPARC, C. J. Landscape in Perspective, Drawings by Rembrandt and His Contemporaries, exh. cat., Cambridge, Massachusetts and Montreal, 1988.
  • DUPARC Frederik, J. Gero Seelig, and Ariane Van Suchtelen. Carel Fabritius 1622–1654.The Hague: Royal Cabinet of Paintings, Mauritshuis, 2004.
  • EMBER; Ildikó. Delights for the Senses: Dutch and Flemish Still-Life Paintings from Budapest, Budapest, 1989
  • EMMENS, J. A. " 'Eins aber ist nötig,': Zu Inhalt und Bedeutung von Markt- und Küchenstücken des 16. Jahrhunderts." Kunsthistorische Opstellen, vol.2, Amsterdam(1981): 189–222.
  • FARR, Dennis, and Wiliam Bradford. The Northern Landscape : Flemish, Dutch and British Drawings from the Courtauld Collections, London: Trefoil, 1986.
  • FORD, Linda B. The Music Lesson in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting. Dissertation, M.A. University of Alabama, 1993.
  • FRANZ, H. G. Niederländische Lanschapftmalerein im Zeitalter des Manierismus, 2.vols, Graz, 1969.
  • FREEDBERG, D. Dutch Landscape Prints of the Seventeenth Century, London, 1980.
  • FRANITS, Wayne. Pieter de Hooch: A Woman Preparing Bread and Butter for a Boy. Los Angeles: Getty Museum Studies on Art, 2006.
  • FRANITS. Wayne. Paragons of Virtue: Women and Domesticity in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
  • FRANITS, Wayne. (ed.) Looking at Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art. Realism Reconsidered, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
  • FRANITS, Wayne. Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting: Its Stylistic and Thematic Evolution. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2004.
  • FRANITS, Wayne (ed.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Dutch Art of the Seventeenth Century (Art & Visual Culture). London: Ashgate/Routledge, 2016.
  • FRESIA, Carol Jean. Quacksalvers and Barber-Surgeons: Images of Medical Practitioners in 17th-Century Dutch Genre Painting. Dissertation, Ph. D. Yale University, 1992.
  • GELDER, J.G. "De Schilder van der Oranjezaal." Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 2 (1948–1949): 118–164.
  • GELDER, J.G. van. "Van Blompot en Blomglas." Elsevier's Geïllustreerd Maandschrift 46/91 (1936): .73–82, 155–166.
  • GELLER L.D. Pilgrim Artifacts and Dutch Genre Painting, Kingston MA., 1971.
  • GERHARDT, Robert E and Francis Schwartz Griep-Quint. Michiel van Musscher (1645–1705): The Wealth of theGolden Age. Zwolle: Wbooks,2012.
  • GERSON, H. Hollandse portretschilders van de zeventiende eeuw, Maarssen, 1975.
  • GILTAIJ Jeroen, andGuido Jensen. Perspectives: Saenredam and the Architectural Painters of the 17th Century. Exh. cat. Rotterdam: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, 1991.
  • GILTAIJ, Jeroen, Peter Hecht, and Michael Hoyle.Senses and Sins: Dutch Painters of Daily Life in the Seventeenth Century. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz. 2004.
  • GOEDDE, Lawrence Otto. Tempest and Shipwreck in Dutch and Flemish Art: Convention, Rhetoric and Interpretation. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1989.
  • GOLDSMITH, Jane ten Brink et al. Leonaert Bramer 1596–1674: Ingenious Painter and Draughtsman in Rome and Delft. Zwolle: Waander ; Delf : Stedelijk Museum Het Prinsenhof, 1994.
  • GRIGSBY, Thea. The Second Golden Age of Dutch Art: 19th Century Paintings from the Beekhuis Collection. Moraga, CA: Saint Mary's College of California, 2008.
  • GRIJZENHOUT, F., and Henk Th. Van. Veen. The Golden Age of Dutch Painting in Historical Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.
  • GROOTENBOER, Hanneke. The Rhetoric of Perspective: Realism and Illusionism in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Still-Life Painting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006.
  • GROOTENBOER, Hanneke. Sublime still life: on Adriaen Coorte, Elias van den Broeck, and the Je ne sais quoi of painting. Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art vol. 8, issue 2 (Summer, 2016)
  • HAAK, B. Regenten en regentessen, overlieden en chirugijns. Amsterdamse groepsportretten van 1600 tot 1835. Amsterdam, Amsterdams Historisch Museum, 1972.
  • HALL, Michael. The Harold Samuel Collection: A Guide to the Dutch and Flemish Pictures at the Mansion House. London: Paul Holberton Publishing, 2012.
  • HARWOOD, Laurie B. Inspired by Italy: Dutch Landscape Painting, 1600–1700. London: Dulwich Picture Gallery, 2002.
  • HAUTE, Bernadette van, and David Ryckaert. David III Ryckaert: A Seventeenth-Century Flemish Painter of Peasant Scenes. Turnhout: Brepols. 1999.
  • HINZ, B., "Studien zur Geschichte des Ehepaarbildnisses." Marburger Jahrbuch für Kunstwissenschaft 19 (1974): 139–218.
  • HOCHSTRASSER, Julie Berger. Still Life and Trade in the Dutch Golden Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007.
  • HOFRICHTER, Frima Fox. Leonaert Bramer 1596–1674: A Painter of the Night. Milwaukee: Marquette University, 1992.
  • HOFRICHTER, Frima Fox. Judith Leyster: A Woman Painter in Holland's Golden Age. Doornspijk: Davaco. 1989.
  • HOND, Jan deas, and Paul Huys Janssen. Pieter Saenredam in Den Bosch. Eindhoven: Lecturis, 2013.
  • LEEFLAND, Huigen, Pieter Roelofs, Dionysia Christoforou, Erik Hinterding, Nadine Orenstein, Ad Stijnman, Jaap van der Veen, and Arie Wallert. Hercules Segers: Painter, Etcher. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum. 2016.
  • HUNT, John Dixon. The Dutch Garden in the Seventeenth Century. Washington: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1991.
  • JAGER, Angela. ‘Galey-schilders’ en ‘dosijnwerck’. De productie, distributie en consumptie van goedkope historiestukken in zeventiende-eeuws Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Angela Jager, 2016.
  • JANTZEN H. Das niederländsche Architekturbild, Leipzig, 1910.
  • JONES, Philip Jones, and P.J. Barlow. Dutch Genre Painting. 1958.
  • JONGH, Eddy de. et. al, Tot lering en vermaak. Betekenissen van, Hollandse genrevoorstellingen uit de zeventiende eeuw, exh. cat., Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 1976.
  • JONGH, Eddy de. "Erotica in vogelperspectief. De dubbelzinnigheid van een reeks 17de eeuwse genre-voorstellingen." Simiolus 3 (1968–1969): 22–74.
  • JONGH, Eddy de. Portretten van echt en trouw. Huwelijk en gezin in de Nederlandse kunst van de zeventiende eeuw, exh. cat., Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, 1986.
  • JONGH, Eddy de, with contrib. by Marjolein de Boer, Yoriko Kobyashi-Sato, Ewoud Miknlief [et al.] Faces of the Golden Age: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraits, The Hague, 1994.
  • JONGH, Eddy de. "Pearls of Virtue and Pearls of Vice." Simiolus (1975–1976): 69–97.
  • JONGH, Eddy de. "Grape Symbolism in Paintings of the 16th and 17th Centuries." Simiolus 7 (1974): 166–191.
  • JONGH, Eddy de, (ed.) et.al., Still-Life in the Age of Rembrandt, exh. cat., Auckland, 1982.
  • JUDSON, J. Richard. Gerrit van Honthorst: A Discussion of his Position in Dutch Art. The Hague: Nijhoff. 1959.
  • KELLY, Jessen Kelly. "The Value of Play in Early Genre Painting: Lucas van Leyden’s Card Games." In: Arthur J. DiFuria (ed.), Genre Imagery in Early Modern Northern Europe: New Perspectives, Burlington, VT – London, 2016: 27–50.
  • KEYES, George S., Dennis P. Weller, Jon L. Seydl, and Tom Rassieur. Rembrandt in America: Collecting and Connoisseurship. New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2011.
  • KERSTEN, Michiel, Daniëlle H. A. C. Lokin, and Michiel Plomp. Delft Masters, Vermeer's Contemporaries: Illusionism through the Conquest of Light and Space. Zwolle: Waanders Publishers, 1996.
  • KUILE, Ono ter. Seventeenth-Century North Netherlandish Still Lifes, The Hague, 1985.
  • KURETSKY, S. D,. "Het schilderen van bloemen in de 17de eeuw." Flora & Pictura, Kunstschrift Openbaar Kunstbezit, 1987.
  • KURETSKY, Susan Donahue. Time and Transformation in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art. Pougkeepsie: Vassar College, 2005.
  • KOSLOW, S. "De wonderlijke Perspectyfkas: An Aspect of Seventeenth Century Dutch Painting." Oud Holland 82 (1967): 35–56.
  • KURETSKY, S.D. The Paintings of Jacob Ochtervelt (1634–1682), Oxford : Phaidon, 1979.
  • JANTZEN, Hans Jantzen. Das niederlandische Architekturbild, Leipzig, 1910 (2nd ed. Brunswick 1979).
  • LEZOTTE, Annette. "Moralizing Dialogues on the Northern Market Economy: Women’s Directives in Sixteenth-Century Genre Imagery of the Antwerp Marketplace." In Arthur J. DiFuria (ed.), Genre Imagery in Early Modern Northern Europe: New Perspectives, Burlington, VT – London, 2016: 51–66.
  • LAMMERTES, Friso, Jeroen Giltaij, and Anouk Janssen. Dutch Genre Paintings of the 17th Century: Collection of the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen. Rotterdam: The Museum. 1998.
  • LAMMERTSE, Friso, with contributions by, Jeroen Giltaij, and Anouk Janssen. Dutch Genre Paintings of the 17th Century: Collection of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Rotterdam, 1998.
  • LARSEN E. "The Proof of the Use of Inverted Telescope in Dutch 17th Century Landscape Art." Gazette
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  • LEEUW, R. de Leeuw, Dutch Landscape Painting of the Nineteenth Century, Seoul, 1979.
  • LEVEQUE C. Journey through Landscape in Seventeenth-Century Holland: The Haarlem Print Series and Dutch Identity, University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1994.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Saenredam's Space." Oud Holland (1971): 116–141.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "The New Church in Haarlem series: Saenredam's sketching style in relation to perspective." Simiolus (1976): 145–166.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Faith in perspective: the Dutch church interior." The Connoisseur (1976): 126–133.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "The three "Parables" by Barent Fabritius with a chronological list of his paintings dating from 1660 onward." The Burlington Magazine (1977. ): 316–327.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Gods, Saints and Heroes: Dutch painting in the age of Rembrandt until 19 April 1981 ; the Detroit Institute of Arts." The Connoisseur (1981. ): 252–253.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A. Architectural Painting in Delft. Doornspijk: Davaco,1982.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. ""Clothing the naked" by Michiel Sweerts." Apollo (1983): 21–23.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1983.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A. "Towards a History of Dutch Genre Painting." De arte et libris, Festschrift Erasmus 1934–1984, Amsterdam, 1984.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Pentimenti in our pictures of Salomon van Ruysdael and of Jan van Goyen". In Shop Talk edited by Cynthia P. Schneider, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Mass. (1985): 154–157.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A The Golden Ambiance: Dutch Landscape Painting in the Seventeenth Century (selection, introduction, and brief discussion of twenty-four pictures). New York: Minskoff Cultural Center, 1985.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “Architectural Painting.” In The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, edited by H. R. Hoetink, 68–80. Amsterdam and New York, 1985.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A. "De Witte and Houckgeest: Two New Paintings from Their Years in Delft." The Burlington Magazine, vol. 128, no. 1004 (November, 1986): 802–805.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Reconstructing Rembrandt: portraits from the early years in Amsterdam (1631163)." Apollo (1989): 323–331
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “Dutch Paintings in America: The Collectors and Their Ideals.” In Great Dutch Paintings from America, 14–59. The Hague: Mauritshuis, 1990.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “The Court Style: Architectural Painting in The Hague and London.” In Perspectives: Saenredam and the Architectural Painters of the 17th Century, 30–42. Rotterdam: Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen, 1991.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. Flemish Paintings in America (co-author with Guy Bauman). Antwerp: Fonds Mercator, 1992.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “The Delft School, circa 1625–1675.” In Leonart Bramer, 1596–1674, A Painter of the Night, edited by F. Hofrichter, 23–35. Milwaukee: Marquette University, Haggerty Museum of Art, 1992.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “Vermeer Teaching Himself.” In Rembrandt och Hans Tid, 89–105. Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, 1992.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. “Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish Paintings.” In The Taft Museum: Its History and Collections. Edited by Ruth Kruger Meyer and Edward J. Sullivan. New York, 1995.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Reconstructing Rembrandt and his Circle: More on the Workshop Hypothesis." Rembrandt, Rubens and the Art of Their Time, ed. by Roland E. Fleischer; Susan Clare Scott. 1997. 36–59.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A. A View of Delft: Vermeer and his Contemporaries. Zwolle: Waanders, 2000.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter A, with Michiel C. Plomp, and Axel Ruger, with contrib. by Reinier Barsen [et al.], Vermeer and the Delft School, New York and New Haven, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale Universtiy Press, 2001.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "The meaning of Rembrandt's 'Aristotle with a Bust of Homer.'" Collected Opinions. ed. by Volker Manuth and Axel Rüger. 2004. 72–87.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Hans Vredeman de Vries and Architectural Painting in the Netherlands." Hans Vredeman De Vries Und Die Folgen. (2005): 13–27.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "The Golden Age by Joachim Wtewael." Metropolitan Museum Journal (2005): 93–104.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. "Gerard de Lairesse and Jacob de Wit in situ." In The Learned Eye, ed. by Marieke Van Den Doel, Natasja van Eck. 2005. 190–205.
  • LIEDTKE, Walter. Dutch Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Association of Art Museum Curators’ award for best standard collection catalogue, 2007). 2 vols. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art/New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007.
  • LLOYD, Christopher. Enchanting the Eye: Dutch Paintings of the Golden Age. London: Royal Collection Enterprises, 2004.
  • LOKIN, Danielle, and Michiel C. Kersten. "The Delft Church Interior." in Delft Masters, Vermeer's Contemporaries: Illusionism Through the Conquest of Light and Space, Zwolle:Waanders, 1996.
  • LUIJTEN, Ger, Ariane Van. Suchtelen, and M. Hoyle. Dawn of the Golden Age: Northern Netherlandish Art, 1580–1620. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 1993.
  • LUIJTEN, Ger, Peter Schatborn, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., and Rhea Blok. Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt. Milano: Skira, 2016.
  • MANKE, Ilse Ruth. Emanuel De Witte: 1617–1622. Amsterdam: Hertzberger, 1963.
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  • MEIJER, Fred G. Jan Davidsz. de Heem, Utrecht 1606–1683/84 Antwerp: A Still Llife of a Vase of Flowers, a Silver Tazza and Two Pewter Dishes of Fruit on a Table Draped with an Oriental Ccarpet and a Red Cloth. London: Richard Green. 2012.
  • MELTON, Gwenyth K. Seventeenth-Century Dutch Still Life Paintings: Mirroring Societal Values in the Golden Age. dissertaion M.A. Arizona State University. 2001.
  • MICHALSKI, Sergius. "Rembrandt and the Church Interiors of the Delft School." In Artibus et Historiae, vol. 23, no. 46 (2002): 183–193.
  • MITCHELL, Peter. The Inspiration of Nature: Paintings of Still Life, Fflowers, Birds and Insects by Dutch and Flemish Artists of the 17th century. London: Mitchell. 1976.
  • MOXEY, Keith P. F. Pieter Aertsen, Joachim Beucklaer, and the Rise of Secular Painting in the Context of the Reformation. 1974.
  • MOUNT, Harry. The Reception of Dutch Genre Painting in England, 1695 –1829. Dissertation, Cambridge Universtiy. 1991.
  • MUIZELAAR, Klaske, and Derek L. Phillips. Picturing Men and Women in the Dutch Golden Age: Paintings and People in Historical Perspective. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.
  • NADLER, Steven M. Rembrandt's Jews. Chicago: Universityt of Chicago, 2004.
  • NASH, J. M. The Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer: Dutch Painting in the SeventeenthCentury. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. 1972.
  • NAUMANN, O. Frans van Mieris the Elder (1635–1681), Doornspijk: Davaco, 1981.
  • NOORMAN, Judith, and David A. De Witt. Rembrandt's naked truth: drawing nude models in the Golden Age. 2016.
  • NORTH, Michael. Art and Commerce in the Dutch Golden Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.
  • OS, Henk Van, Huigen Leeflang, Jenny Reynaerts, and Louise O. Fresco. The Discovery of the Netherlands: Four Centuries of Landscape Painting by Dutch Masters. Rotterdam: NAi, 2008.
  • PLAYTER, Caroline Bigler. Willem Duyster and Pieter Codde: the "Duystere Werelt" of Dutch Genre Painting, c. 1625–1635. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1972.
  • PLIETZSCH, E. "Randbemerkungen zur holländischen Interieurmalerei am Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts." Wallraf-Richarts-Jahrbuch 18 (1956):174–196.
  • QUODBACH, Esmée. The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2007.
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