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February Issue of The Burlington Magazine Dedicated to Northern European Art

The Burlington Magazine’s annual edition on Northern European art is out now. The issue contains an article by CODART member Tico Seiftert on Adam Elsheimer, and Arie Wallert wrote an in memoriam for J.R.J. van Asperen de Boer, who passed away last year. See the table of contents below for other articles and reviews in this issue.

Table of contents

Banishing the blues

‘Adam Elsheimer’s ‘The martyrdom of St Lawrence’ rediscovered’
by Tico Seifert

‘Anthonie Palamedes’s paintings for the Delft Surgeons’ Guildhall’
by Jochai Rosen

‘Drawings of Van Vianen silver in an eighteenth-century collection’
by Esther van der Hoorn

‘El Lissitzky as a furniture designer, 1925–30’
by Benett Tucker

‘J.R.J. van Asperen de Boer (1935–2020)’
by Arie Wallert

Book reviews include
‘Eloquent Bodies: Movement, Expression, and the Human Figure in Gothic Sculpture’
By Julian Luxford

‘Arrayed in Splendour: Art, Fashion, and Textiles in Medieval and Early Modern Europe Undressing Rubens: Fashion and Painting in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp’
By Erin Griffey

‘Devotional Portraiture and Spiritual Experience in Early Netherlandish Painting’

Exhibition reviews include
‘Renaissance Watercolours: From Dürer to Van Dyck’
By Christopher Baker

‘Renaissance Invention: Stradanus’s ‘Nova Reperta’’
By Larry Silver

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