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JUDITH LEYSTER (1609-1660). A Woman Painter in Holland's Golden Age,
Davaco, Aetas Aurea, Vol. IX, 1989 . Cloth bound, 4to., 140 pp. text, 159 plates and ills. (18 in color). ISBN 9070288621. Judith Leyster's compelling oeuvre covers a wide range of interests: genre, still-life and portrait paintings; botanical drawings in watercolor and silverpoint; and at least one etching. Her work ranges from modest pieces to the iconographically complex. This is the first book on Leyster. The main text contains three chapters: her life, her painting and her critical fortune. Then the catalogue raisonné, a list of forty relevant documents, and a household inventory. Finally there is a bibliography and three indexes. The catalogue raisonné includes forty-eight authentic known works; seven problem pieces; twelve lost works, known only from 17th and 18th century descriptions; and eighteen misattributed works. As new
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