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March issue of The Burlington Magazine out, with some Flemish content

The March issue of The Burlington Magazine contains articles around the theme French and Italian works on paper. Nevertheless it contains an article on a copy after Rubens by Delacroix and exhibition reviews that might be of specific interest to CODART-members. CODART members can get a discount on this issue or an annual subscription (please see below for details).

Information from The Burlington Magazine


"Cut and cut again"

Articles Include

Linda Wolk-Simon
‘The "Cartones of Leonardo da Vinci"’

Vitale Zanchettin
‘A new drawing and a new date for Michelango’s "finestre inginocchiate" at Palazzo Medici, Florence’

Anna Bortolozzi
‘Two drawings by Giovan Battista Ricci da Novara for the decoration of the portico of new St Peter’s’

Xavier F. Salomon
‘A further drawing for Pietro da Cortona’s "Age of Bronze"’

Richard Verdi
‘A newly discovered Delacroix after Rubens’

Nancy Ireson
‘Seurat and the "cours de M. Yvon"’

Exhibition Reviews Include

Rubens, Poussin and seventeenth-century painting by Richard Verdi
Van Eyck to Dürer by Paula Nuttall
Schmalzigaug; Delvaux; Van Dongen by Chris Michaelides

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Special offers

– Save 40% on our March 2011 issue (offer price €14.85 including postage and packaging)
To take advantage of this offer, please contact Olivia Parker on quoting CODART.

– Save 30% on an annual subscription (offer price €217.70 including postage and packaging);
– Academics/ Students at institutions with a current full-price subscription can save 50% on an annual subscription (offer price €155.50 including postage and packaging).
To take advantage of either offer, please contact Claire Sapsford on quoting CODART.

There are limited copies of March 2011 available so please order promptly in order to avoid disappointment.

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