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17th-Century Dutch and Flemish Drawings. A Complete Catalogue
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The Museum's collection of 17th century Dutch and Flemish drawings is based largely on the Esterházy collection, pieces from István Delhaes Bequest also feature, as do works acquired by the Museum through purchase. The present volume offers, by way of the 350 drawings it contains, a survey of the principal phases in the development of Dutch and Flemish drawings during the 17th century. The core of the collection consists of works by Rembrandt and his followers, and works by so-called "Italianate" masters active in Italy for longer or shorter periods. As well as Aelbert Cuyp, Jacob van Jordaens, Frans van Mieris, Adriaen van Ostade, Jan Porcellis, Pieter Pauwel Rubens, Jacob van Ruisdael and Willem van de Velde II are crucially important in the Budapest collection, since these works mark the apogee of Dutch and Flemish drawing in the 17th century.
The catalouge contains reproductions of 350 works, of wich 102 are in colour. In connection with the drawings, 87 important analogies are published.