The Anglo-Dutch Connection in Prints and Drawings
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The Anglo-Dutch Connection in Prints and Drawings

(Filip Matthijs) The Low Countries - 1995, № 3, pp. 281-282

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The Atlas Van Stolk collection, housed in the Shielandshuis in Rotterdam, is a unique assemblage of drawings, prints, photos and posters. From 4 February to 28 May 1995, fifty of the prints from this collection were exhibited under the title of 'Friend or Foe. Prints and Drawings about the Relationship between the Netherlands and England'. This exhibition also marked the 75th anniversary of the Anglo-Netherlands Society.

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