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Dutch and Flemish Issue of the Burlington Magazine (February 2007) on Special Offer to CODART Members

February 2007 issue of the Burlington Magazine, on Dutch and Flemish art

Cover of February 2007 issue of
the Burlington Magazine
with View of the Keizersgracht and
Westerkerk in Amsterdam
Jan van der Heyden, ca. 1667-70
Panel, 54 x 63 cm. (Private collection)

Karolien De Clippel rediscovers a ‘lost’ painting by Rubens underneath his picture of Nymphs and Satyrs in the Museo del Prado, Madrid.

Anne Woollett discusses the Calydonian boar hunt, a Rubens recently acquired by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

Erika Dolphin discusses a painting by Paulus Bor, recently acquired by the National Gallery of Canada.

Maryan Ainsworth presents further evidence for a pairing of St. Jerome and a Holy Trinity by the Master of the Lille Adoration, a version of which is currently on show in the exhibition Netherlandish Diptychs in Washington and Antwerp.

Linda Bauer explores Anthony van Dyck’s use of tracings in the production of versions of his portraits.

Christopher Brown reviews the Rembrandt exhibitions held in 2006 to commemorate the artist’s 400th Birthday.

Special offer to all members of CODART:

Save 40% on our February 2007 issue (offer price €15.00 including postage and packaging)

Save 30% on an annual subscription (offer price €228.00 including postage and packaging)

Academics/ Students at institutions with a current full-price subscription can save 50% on an annual subscription (offer price €163.00 including postage and packaging)

To take advantage of either offer, please contact Sarah Hillier on quoting CODART

There are limited copies of February 2007 available, so please order promptly in order to avoid disappointment.