Volume 53
Number 4, 2015

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Content

Articles

A Portrait of Canon Francesco Paludino in the Morgan Library & Museum
Rhoda Eitel-Porter

Domenico Pellegrini in the Rijksprentenkabinet, Amsterdam
Jonathan Bober

Two Unpublished Drawings by Jacques de Gheyn II
Clifford S. Ackley

Two Studies for Guercino’s Early Christ and the Samaritan Woman at Fort Worth
Nicholas Turner

An Earlier Version of the Metropolitan’s View of Tivoli by Bartholomeus Breenbergh
Stijn Alsteens

A Double-sided Sketch in Black Chalk by Rembrandt
Martin Royalton-Kisch

A Drawing Attributed to Ferdinand Bol: A Fellow Painter at Work in His Studio
Jeroen Giltaij

Pace Ploos van Amstel: A New Attribution to Gerard ter Borch the Younger
Gregory Rubinstein

Lessons in the Workshop: Drawings of Susanna and the Elders by Rembrandt and Gerbrand van den Eeckhout
Holm Bevers

Two Drawings of Tivoli by Jan Worst
Peter Schatborn

A Drawing by Cornelis Dusart in the Fogg: Copying and Transformation
Susan Anderson

Watteau Calling on Federico Zuccaro for the Musician in Le Plaisir pastoral
Ger Luijten

A New Portrait of Pier Leone Ghezzi by Edme Bouchardon
Edouard Kopp

Francesco Maria Niccolò Gabburri’s Portrait of Bartholomeus Spranger in the Rijksmuseum
Jane Shoaf Turner

A New Drawing by Greuze at the Fogg
Alvin L. Clark, Jr.

Jean-Honoré Fragonard: Two Drawings from the 1780s in the Fogg
Eunice Williams

A Counterproof Attributed to Hubert Robert and Its Printing
Marjorie B. Cohn

A Portrait-charge by François-André Vincent for the Louvre
Pierre Rosenberg

A Drawing Not by Juliana Cornelia de Lannoy
Margaret Morgan Grasselli

Seurat and Pichot: Charcoal Life Drawings of an Indian Holy Man
Lee Hendrix

Behind the “Blot”: Technical Notes on the Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley
Penley Knipe and Miriam Stewart

Reviews

William W. Robinson, with Susan Anderson, Drawings from the Age of Bruegel, Rubens, and Rembrandt: Highlights from the Collection of the Harvard Art Museums
Stijn Alsteens