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Challenging the textual and iconographic approach to Dutch art which uses methods developed for understanding Italian art, the author claims that the art of 17th century Holland was rooted in a visual culture, reinforced by a new scientific emphasis. This received the Eugene M.Kayden Award in 1983.
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