Acquisitions Prints and Drawings c. 1800


  • Erik Hinterding
  • Huigen Leeflang
  • Manon van der Mullen
  • Marijn Schapelhouman



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Author Biographies

Erik Hinterding

Erik Hinterding is curator of prints at the Rijksmuseum Print Room. He has published on subjects including King William II’s nineteenth century Art Gallery, the prints of the mannerist engraver Jan Muller and chiaroscuro woodcuts from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. He is also a specialist in Rembrandt’s etchings, on which he has published widely.

Huigen Leeflang

Huigen Leeflang is curator of prints at the Rijksmuseum Print Room. He publishes on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century drawing and printmaking. As an editor he has been involved in the production of several volumes of New Hollstein: Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts.

Manon van der Mullen

Manon van der Mullen is junior curator of prints at the Rijksmuseum Print Room and researcher at the Print Room Online digitization project. Her main area of interest is nineteenth-century printmaking, especially in the Netherlands.

Marijn Schapelhouman

Marijn Schapelhouman was appointed curator of drawings in the Print Room of the Rijksmuseum in 1981. Since 1991 he has been senior curator of drawings in the same department. His main interest is in Dutch and Flemish drawings of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and he has written numerous books and articles on the subject, among them Netherlandish Drawings circa 1600 in the Rijksmuseum (1987), Dutch Drawings of the Seventeenth Century in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam: Artists Born between 1580 and 1600 (1998, with Peter Schatborn) and Rembrandt and the Art of Drawing (2006). He reached retirement age in August of this year, but remains involved in the series of seventeenth-century drawings collection catalogues.




How to Cite

Hinterding, Erik, Huigen Leeflang, Manon van der Mullen, and Marijn Schapelhouman. 2017. “Acquisitions Prints and Drawings C. 1800”. The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 65 (4):392-429.