Simiolus has become a journal of record for studies in Netherlandish art. Over the past decades, we have had the privilege of publishing many of the most influential and exciting papers in the field.

We are therefore interested in all original contributions on the history of Dutch and Flemish art especially, and if accepted, offer to pay for the cost of translation into English of manuscripts submitted in Dutch, German or French.

Our next issue, vol. 40-1, will feature contributions by Paul Claes with a corrected reading of the first line of the quatrain on the frame of The Ghent altarpiece, Maria Clelia Galassi on the Genoese Sauli family's patronage of Jan Provoost, and by Laurens Meerman on the collection of Pieter de Smeth van Alphen (1753–1809), one of the finest collections ever of Dutch seventeenth-century paintings, with a full catalogue of the pictures auctioned in 1810. There will also be a review of François I et l'art des Pays-Bas by Matthias Ubl.

Current issue
Issue 39-3
Issue 39-1/2
Current issue

Articles in the current issue (vol. 39-4)

01-Merode-triptych

The woodworker and the Redemption: the right shutter of the Merode triptych

Malcolm Russell

39-4-02-van-heesch

Imagining Hieronymus Bosch in colonial Peru: foreign sources, indigenous responses

Daan van Heesch

39-4-03-pierguidi

Baglione on Flemish diligenza and the Italian maniera pittoresca in landscape and still life

Stefano Pierguidi

39-4-04-wepler

The bad bat: on two painted fables by Pieter Boel in Frankfurt am Main and Munich

Lisanne Wepler

39-4-05-van-gulick

Jan Steen’s history paintings and Dutch art theory: comments and corrections by Gerard de Lairesse

Rosalie van Gulick

39-4-06-van-adrichem

A nocturnal odalisque: Picasso’s Nude in front of a garden at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Jan van Adrichem

39-4-07-review

Book review – Vermeer and the masters of genre painting

Peter Hecht

39-4-08-Maes-review

Book review – De l’expertise artistique à la vulgarisation au siècle des Lumières: Jean-Baptiste Descamps

Everhard Korthals Altes

Issue 39-3

Articles in issue 39-3

39-3-1-tuin

Hieronymus Cock’s Volck: her family, wealth and anxieties

B.P. Tuin

39-3-2-maclot

An imaginary visit to The Four Winds, the house and shop of Hieronymus Cock and Volcxken Diericx

Petra Maclot

39-3-3-martens

Hieronymus Cock’s view of Antwerp (1557): its genesis and offspring, from Antwerp to Italy

Pieter Martens

39-3-4-le-bars

Maurusias & Co.: the influence of Hieronymus Cock’s print series on bookbinding in sixteenth-century Paris

Fabienne Le Bars

39-3-5-lepape

The production of prints in France at the time of Hieronymus Cock

Séverine Lepape

39-3-6-fuhring

The stocklist of Joannes Galle, print publisher of Antwerp, and print sales from old copperplates in the seventeenth century

Peter Fuhring

Issue 39-1/2

Articles in issue 39-1/2

39-1-sugiyama

Replicating the sanctity of the Holy Face: Jan van Eyck’s Head of Christ

Miyako Sugiyama

39-1-meuwissen

Attributing the Berlin Sketchbook to Cornelis Anthonisz

Daantje Meuwissen

39-1-suykerbuyk

Reformation, renovation and commemoration: the religious patronage of a Brabantine lord (Zoutleeuw, 1548–58)

Ruben Suykerbuyk

39-1-kavaler

Pieter Bruegel, Bernard van Orley, realism and class

Ethan Matt Kavaler

39-1-hamer

Tobias or not Tobias: a Jesuit visual pun

Alphons Hamer

39-1-jacobs

The silence of the mystic lambs: Jan van Eyck and André Cauvin’s film about The mystic lamb (1939)

Steven Jacobs

39-1-kok

Hieronymus Bosch after 500 years: exhibitions and publications in 2016

Jan Piet Filedt Kok