Published to accompany this exhibition, Goltzius and the Third Dimension explores the work of esteemed Dutch printmaker Hendrick Goltzius and the theory that his celebrated musclemen were influenced by the lesser known bronze statuettes of Delft sculptor Willem Danielsz. van Tetrode.

Featuring essays by Stephen H. Goddard, senior curator of prints and drawings at the Spencer Museum of Art, the University of Kansas, and James A. Ganz, curator of prints, drawings, and photographs at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, the book includes more than seventy illustrations that provide detailed comparisons between the two artists' figures, as well as a number of works that do not appear in the exhibition.

The catalogue is available in the Museum Shop or through the online store.