Conclusion: Jeroen Luyckx has produced a meticulous and informative new addition to the important catalogues of Netherlandish prints by Sound & Vision, and they have given proper attention to proper print reproductions in these volumes. With the Liefrinck dynasty of block carvers and print publishers, Luyckx presents a vital link between Antwerp and Augsburg, and adds to the range of sixteenth-century Antwerp print production. In the process, Netherlandish woodcuts, often ignored in the century since Wouter Nijhoff, also regain some lost glory in these attractive pages.
Review The Liefrinck dynasty in Historians of Netherlandish Art
The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish - The Liefrink dynasty compiled by Jeroen Luyckx and edited by Huigen Leeflang has been reviewed by Larry Silver for Historians of Netherlandish Art.