Dutch & Flemish DrawingsV&A
The V&A’s collection of over 800 Dutch and Flemish sheets, made between the fifteenth and the end of the nineteenth centuries, is the largest in England after that of the British Museum. It includes masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck, as well as designs for tapestries, stained glass and prints, and portraits and topographical views. This systematic catalogue presents 7 years of research by two of the leading authorities in this field. It also includes an essay on the history of the collection.