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The nymph of the grotto: silence and genius loci.
Baert, Barbara. • S. 2-15

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Visualizing Caliban's New World Kin
Silver, Larry. • S. 16-29

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The Golden Age as an imaginary and imaginable Utopia
Aresin, Maria. • S. 30-43

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Democritus: the laughing philosopher.
Martens, Maximiliaan P. J.. • S. 56-61

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Social networks, wooden connections: two portraits by Quentin Massys.
Falk, Malve Anna. • S. 62-72

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Indians and fools versus glorious Prince-Bischops: the Palace of Liège as a utopian construction with dystopian references.
Grieten, Stefaan. • S. 86-95

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Civitas Lovaniensis: an integrated analysis of the oldest city portrait of Leuven and the woodcuts of monogrammist AP.
Luyckx, Jeroen. • S. 96-110

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The city between piety and vanity: city portraits in religious iconography in early modern Netherlandish painting.
Suy, Jochen. • S. 112-122

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Alabaster and gold: material-technical study of the exceptional altarpiece of Boussu.
Roy, Judy de. • S. 124-136

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Part of the picture: the underdrawing and its use in the painting-technique of Hans Holbein the Elder.
Dietz, Stephanie. • S. 138-148

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The function of colourless powdered glass as an additive to fifteenth and sixteenth century oil paints
Kneepkens, Indra. • S. 150-162

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The painted panels of the early sixteenth century Mechelen Enclosed Gardens: art technical examination with the photometric stereo: white light and multispectral microdomes.
Hameeuw, Hendrik. • S. 164-175

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The Enclosed Gardens of Mechelen: revealed from beneath the dust.
Anaf, Willemien. • S. 176-185