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February Issue of The Burlington Magazine Dedicated to Northern European Art

The February issue of The Burlington Magazine has appeared. The second issue of the year is traditionally dedicated to Dutch, Flemish and other northern European art. This edition contains an article on the recently discovered fifteenth-century sculpture from the workshop of the Dutch sculptor Niclaus Gerhaert von Leyden by Dr. Jeremy Warren, the National Trust’s Sculpture Research Curator.

Among other things this issue also includes a review of the exhibition Pieter de Hooch in Delft: From the Shadow of Vermeer (until 16 February at Museum Prinsenhof in Delft) by Christi Klinkert, and Arhur Wheelock’s review of De Wind is Op! Climate, Culture and Innovation in Dutch Maritime Painting (until 15 May 2020 at the New Bedford Whaling Museum).

Table of contents

The National Trust at 125

‘Van Gogh as mentally ill: his contested Oslo self-portrait’
Louis Van Tilborgh, Teio Meedendorp, Kathrin Pilz

‘A reliquary bust from the workshop of Niclaus Gerhaert von Leyden’
Jeremy Warren

‘A little known collector and the early reception of Durer’s self-portraits’
Susanne Meurer

‘A Bavarian pilgrimage shrine in seventeenth-century Paraguay’
Gauvin Alexander Bailey

‘J.J. Winckelmann and the Society of Antiquaries of London: new documents’
Clare Hornsby

Special offer

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