New Burlington Magazine

November 28 2011

The new Burlington Magazine has just arrived with the following interesting articles:

  • The rediscovery of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's 'Wine of St Martin's Day', acquired for the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. By Pilar Silva Maroto and Manfred Sellink.
  • Zanobi Machiavelli, Battista Strozzi and the high altar of the Badia Fiesolana. By James Shaw.
  • Phillipe de Champaigne c.1630: a rediscovered 'Pentecost' for the Carmelites in rue Saint-Jacques. Paris. By Guillaume Kientz.
  • Selling Leonardo's 'Virgin of the rocks' By Thereza Wells.
  • Artemisia Gentileschi's 'Christ and the woman of Samaria' By Richard E. Spear.
  • More Adey, the Carfax Gallery and 'The Burlington Magazine'. By Barbara Pezzini.
  • The Manet exhibition in Paris, 2011. By Juliet Wilson Bareau.

It is also worth noting that for all you Art History students out there, you can become a subscriber to the online version of this iconic magazine for a paltry £15 a year - i assure you, its worth it!

More here.

By LH.

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