February issue of The Burlington Magazine dedicated to Dutch, Flemish and northern European art

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, Flemish and northern European art.

 

Information from The Burlington Magazine
 

Articles include

Stijn Alsteens
"A drawing attributed to Jan Gossaert."

Guido Jansen
"Ferdinand Voet and Coenraad Ruysch"

Machteld Löwensteyn
"A newly discovered drawing by Jacques de Gheyn II."

Gregor Weber
"A recently acquired painting by Dirck van Baburen at the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Kassel."

Koenraad Brosens
"Rubens’s so-called Constantine and Crispus oil-sketch in Sydney."

Martin Royalton-Kisch
"The study of Rembrandt’s drawings."

Anthony Peck and Heather Griffiths
"Unknown watercolours by Emil Nolde at Harewood House."
 

Reviews include

Jan Gossaert; Gabriel Metsu.
 

Special offers

– Save 40% on our February 2011 issue (offer price €14.85 including postage and packaging);
– Save 40% on the last 5 years of February issues (offer price €74.25 including postage and packaging).

To take advantage of either offer, please contact Olivia Parker on parker@burlington.org.uk quoting CODART.

– Save 30% on an annual subscription (offer price €217.70 including postage and packaging);
– Academics/ Students at institutions with a current full-price subscription can save 50% on an annual subscription (offer price €155.50 including postage and packaging).

To take advantage of either offer, please contact Claire Sapsford on sapsford@burlington.org.uk quoting CODART.

There are limited copies of February 2011 available so please order promptly in order to avoid disappointment.
 


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