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Publications

The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage publishes its specialised journal, the Bulletin, the prestigious collection Scientia Artis, and three series devoted to the Flemish Primitives: the Corpus, the Repertoire and the Contributions.

A total of 119 publications found. Showing 119 items on page 3 of 20.
PF CONTRIB 15

The Ghent Altarpiece

D. Deneffe & J. Reyniers (2020)
Free
Contributions
15
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PF CONTRIB 14

The Ghent Altarpiece

B. Fransen & C. Stroo (ed.) (2020)
€ 70
Contributions
14
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Met maagdelijke blik

Met maagdelijke blik

F. Van Cleven, J. Reyniers & A. Ervynck (ed.) (2019)
€ 48
Scientia Artis
17
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SA16

Made in Malines

F. Cayron & D. Steyaert (2019)
€ 48
Scientia Artis
16
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VM verre NL

Ancient glass

C. Fontaine-Hodiamont (2019)
€ 5
Other
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Serstevens cover rs

The t'Serstevens Collection

H. Arijs, É. De Zutter & J. Reyniers
€ 33
Other
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Series

The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage publishes several series. Alongside our Bulletin and the Scientia Artis publications, the Centre for the Study of the Flemish Primitives also issues several permanent publications.

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