The Burlington magazine has announced its upcoming annual edition on northern European art, which coincides with the TEFAF in Maastricht. The issue will contain an appealing range of articles and reviews on Dutch and Flemish art
Information from the Burlington Magazine
Kiffy Stainer-Hutchins, Simon Watney and Hugo Platt
"A rediscovered panel by Quinten Metsys in an English church and how it belongs with another panel in a private collection."
"Identification of the sitter in Jan Gossaert’s Portrait of a merchant (National Gallery of Art, Washington)."
Lorne Campbell (National Gallery of Art, London)
"The commission for and original location in Flanders of Jan Gossaert’s Adoration of the Kings (National Gallery, London)."
Xander van Eck
"Two drawings in the British Museum newly attributed to Wouter Crabeth II (c.1594–1644)."
Arthur Wheelock (National Gallery of Art, Washington)
"Presents Hendrick ter Brugghen’s Bagpipe player, recently acquired by the National Gallery of Art, Washington."
David Jaffé (National Gallery, London)
"New information on Anthony van Dyck’s Antwerp sketchbook, including the identification of visual sources for paintings by Rubens."
Memling; Avercamp; Wouwerman; Elsheimer; Rembrandt; Dutch and Flemish paintings in the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva; Jan van Noordt; Nineteenth-century Danish art; Hodler; Ensor; Munch.
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