The Burlington Magazine has announced its upcoming annual edition on northern European art. The issue will contain an appealing range of articles and reviews on Dutch, Flemish and other northern European art.
Table of contents
‘The new Europe 1600-1815 Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum’
A Netherlandish polyptych of Spanish origin’
by Vicente Lleo Canal
‘”The Four Winds”: the house of the Antwerp print publisher Hieronymus Cock’
by Iain Buchanan
‘”Foolish wisdom”: Adriaen van de Venne and Frans Hals’s “Pekelharing”’
by Edwin Buijsen
‘”The anointing of Solomon” by Gerard de Lairesse discovered in the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford’
by Francois Marandet
‘New light on a staircase of 1699-1700 in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam’
by Ada De Wit
‘Early arrivals in America: paintings attributed to Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck’
by Dennis P. Weller
by Bridget Heal
The Art of Conservation III
‘The restoration of Rembrandt’s “Night Watch”’
by Esther Van Duijn and Jan Piet Filedt Kok
Der Braunschweiger Monogrammist, M. Ubl
by Luuk Pijl
Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) and his Landscapes: Ideas on Nature and Art, C. Kleinert
by Gregory Martin
Rubens in Private. The Master Portrays his Family, B. van Beneden, ed.
by Christopher Brown
Verhandlungen in Utrecht. Ter Brugghen und die religiose Bildsprache in den Nierderlanden, V. von Rosen
by Xander Van Eck
Vermeer, W. Francis
by Adriaan Waiboer
Rembrandt’s Themes: Life into Art, R. Verdi
by Lloyd Dewitt
Rembrandt’s Rivals: History Painting in Amsterdam (1630-1650), E.J. Sluijter
by Christopher Brown
Franz Ludwig Catel. Italienbilder der Romantik, 1936-1969, A. Stolzenburg and H. Gassner, eds.
by Lorenz Van Der Meij
Van Gogh at Work, M. Vellekoop
Van Gogh’s Studio Practice, M. Vellekoop, M. Geldof, E. Hendriks, L. Jansen and A. de Tagle, eds.
by Belinda Thomson
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