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June 2013 issue - Decorative arts


Opening up the Rijksmuseum


'The elk antler from the funerary chapel of Louis the Pious in Metz' by Jan de Hond and Frits Scholten

'Relocating the Clositers Cross' by John Munns

'Roman Baroque silver for the Patriarchate of Lisbon' by Teresa Leonor M. Vale

'A tale of two tables' by Eileen Harris

'New Islamic galleries' by Tim Stanley

'The new Kunsthammer, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna' by Celina Fox

'On and off the wall: British murals in the twentieth century' by James Beechey


Geoffrey de Bellaigue (1931-2013) by Rosalind Savill


Limoges: L’Apogée 1190-1215. Corpus des émaux méridionaux, vol. II, E. Antoine, D. Gaborit-Chopin and M.-M. Gauthier, eds. by Marian Campbell

Meravigliose macchine di giubilo: L’architettura e l’arte degli organi a Venezia nel Rinascimento, M. Bisson by Deborah Howard

Die Mittelalterlichen Glasmalereien in Freiburg im Breisgau, R. Becksmann by Paul Crossley

Impressions of Ottoman culture in Europe 1453-1699, N. Atasoy and L. Uluç by J.M. Rogers

Rubens. Subjects from History 3: The Constantine Series. Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, K. Brosens by Pascal-François Bertrand

Castletown: Decorative Arts, D. Griffin et al. by Ned Pakenham

Gold, Jasper and Carnelian. Johann Christian Neuber at the Saxon Court, A. Kugel, ed. by Timothy Schroder

The Last Sane Man: Michael Cardew: Modern Pots, Colonialism and the Counterculture, T. Harrod by Glenn Adamson

Lucie Rie: Modernist Potter, E. Cooper by Tanya Harrod

Publications Received


Barocci by David Scrase

Murillo by Xavier F. Salomon

Pompeii and Herculaneum by Michael Squire

Rosso Fiorentino in France by Jamie Mulherron

Max Ernst: Retrospective by David Hopkins

L’art en guerre by Anne Blood

Titian by Jill Dunkerton

Gutai: Splendid Playground by Isabella Maidment

Anders Zorn by Richard Brettell

Edwardian Opulence by Marc Simpson

Impressionism, Fashion & Modernity by Lynne Cooke

Florentine art of the Early Renaissance by John Osborne


Notes on contributors

Next month’s issue contains articles on collecting and exhibiting and includes discussions of the British Museum’s acquisition of a collection of Chinese paintings in 1909; Helen Sutherland’s patronage of Ben Nicholson and other artists; Whistler’s work shown at the Society of French artists; and the famous Futurist Exhibition in London in 1912. The issue also contains a review of the latest biography of Vincent van Gogh, with particular reference to the circumstances of his death.

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Cover illustration: Elk antler from the funerary chapel of Emperor Louis the Pious. North-Eastern France (Lorraine, Metz?), first half of the twelfth century or earlier. Elk horn, 79 by 52cm. (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam).

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May 2013 - Art in France


The art of the archive


'Antoine Pesne's “Samson and Delilah”: the genesis of a morceau de reception for the Academy in Paris’ by Christoph Martin Vogtherr

'Jean-Honoré Fragonard's lost “Little pilgrim”' by Katie Hanson

'Gavin Hamilton's “Venus presenting Helen to Paris”: a new painting for the Louvre' by Guillaume Faroult

'Two rediscovered paintings by Hubert Robert and their French revolutionary context' by Frédérique Baumgartner

'A drawing for “Hodna”: an early painting by Eugène Fromentin' by Barbara Wright

'Renoir's visit to London' by Augustin de Butler


Roseline Bacou (1923-2013) by Catherine Monbeig Goguel 


Orsanmichele and the History and Preservation of the Civic Monument, C.B. Strehlke, ed. by Peta Motture

Glasgow Museums: The Italian Paintings, P. Humfrey by David Scrase

Pour l’amour de l’art. Artistes et amateurs français à Rome au XVIIIe siècle, S. Couturier et al. by Philippe Bordes

Fragonard and the Fantasy Figure: Painting the Imagination, M. Percival by Colin B. Bailey

Fragonard’s Progess of Love at the Frick Collection, C.B. Bailey by Marie-Anne Dupuy-Vachey

Ingres and the Studio: Women, Painting, History, S. Betzer by Patricia Smyth

Vom Klassizismus zum Kubismus. Bestandskatalog der französischen Malerei in der Kunstalle Bremen, D. Hansen and H. Holsing by Felix Krämer

Art of the Actual: Naturalism and Style in Early Third Republic France, 1880-1900, R. Thomson by Nancy Ireson

Renoir in The Barnes Foundation, M. Lucy and J. House by Augustin de Butler

Publications Received


Piranesi and Paestum by Xavier F. Salomon

George Bellows by Randall C. Griffin

Becoming Picasso by Sarah Whitfield

London exhibitions by James Cahill

Glam: The performance of style by James Boaden

Obsessions: R.B. Kitaj, 1932-2007 by Timothy Hyman

Karl Friedrich Schinkel by Barry Bergdoll

Pietro Bembo by Irene Brooke

Dalí by Dawn Ades

The Civil War and American art by Tim Barringer

Dieter Roth by John-Paul Stonard


Notes on contributors

Next month’s issue is devoted to the decorative arts, including articles on an elk antler in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the Cloisters Cross in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Italian Baroque silver, the reopened Kunsthammer in Vienna, new Islamic galleries and twentieth-century murals in Britain.

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Cover illustration: Project for the Grande Galerie of the Louvre, by Hubert Robert.1789. Canvas, 46 by 55 cm. (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

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April 2013 issue - British art


Surveying London


'Peter Mathias Van Gelder's monument to Mary, 3rd Duchess of Montagu, in St Edmund's, Warkton, Northamptonshire' by Phillip Lindley

'Baroque in England' by Nicholas D. Nace

'Gainsborough's “Blue Boy”' by Susan Sloman

'The evolution of Gainsborough's portrait of Elizabeth Sheridan' by Carol Christiansen and Eleonora Luciano

'Benjamin West, Raphael West and the floating batteries' by Allen Staley

'New information on Lawrence's “Portrait of Joseph Henry”; by Leslie M. Scattone

'John Constable's house in Brighton' by Peter Harrap and Shan Lancaster

'Walter Sickert: recent discoveries' by Wendy Baron


Adam de Colone by Duncan Thomson


Shakespeare: Staging the World, J. Bate and D. Thornton by Elizabeth Goldring

Shakespeare’s Restless World, N. MacGregor by Elizabeth Goldring

'Temple Beauties': The Entrance-Portico in the Architecture of Great Britain 1630-1850, R. Riddell by Vaughan Hart

Earlier British Paintings in the Walker Art Gallery and Sudley House, A. Kidson by Hugh Belsey

Landscape, innovation and nostalgia. The Manton Collection of British art, J.A. Clarke, ed. by Timothy Wilcox

Empire to Nation. Art History and the Visualization of Maritime Britain 1768-1829, G. Quilley by Leo Costello

Uvedale Price (1747-1829): Decoding the Picturesque, C. Watkins and B. Cowell by Richard Green

The Collected Letters of Jane Morris, F.C. Sharp and J. Marsh, eds. by Christiana Payne

Wives and Stunners. The Pre-Raphaelites and their Muses, H. Garnett by Christiana Payne

City of Gold and Mud: Painting Victorian London, N. Marshall by Tim Barringer

Adrian Heath, J. Rye by Toby Treves

Stirling and Gowan: Architecture from Austerity to Affluence, M. Crinson by Colin Amery

The Biography of a Building: How Robert Sainsbury and Norman Foster Built a Great Museum, W. Rybczynski by Alex Kidd

Keith Vaughan, P. Vann and G. Hastings by Toby Treves

Keith Vaughan. The Mature Oils 1946-1977. A commentary and catalogue raisonné, A. Hepworth and I. Massey by Toby Treves

Publications Received


Mughal India by Robert Erskine

Manet: Portraying Life by Peter Cooke

Man Ray portraits by Marina Vaizey

Kurt Schwitters by Roger Cardinal

Gerard Byrne by Christopher Griffin

Medals by Melanie Vandenbrouck

The Sola Busca tarocchi by Neville Rowley

Tiepolo by William Barcham

Tiepolo and Veronese by Xavier F. Salomon

Inventing Abstraction by Michael White

Velázquez’s early court portraits by John Marciari

Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980 by Catherine Craft


Notes on contributors

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Cover illustration: Elizabeth and Thomas Linley, by Thomas Gainsborough. 1768. Canvas, 69.8 by 62.3 cm. (Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown).

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Happy World Book Day

The Books That Shaped Art History reassesses the impact of the most important art history books published during the twentieth century. Each of the sixteen incisive essays focusing on a single title is written by a leading art Historian, curator or one of the finest emerging scholars. In bringing these essays together, this book provides a varied and invaluable overview of the history of art, told through its most enduring literature.

The sixteen books include Nikolaus Pevsner’s gospel of Modernism, Pioneers of the Modern Movement, Alfred Barr’s now legendary monograph on Matisse, E.H. Gombrich’s Art and Illusion, Clement Greenberg’s Art and Culture, which had a seismic impact when it was published in 1961 and Rosalind Krauss’s The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths, which introduced structuralist and post-structuralist philosophy into art-historical study.

Commissioned by The Burlington Magazine, each essay - with writers including John Elderfield, Richard Verdi and Susie Nash - analyses a single major book, mapping the intellectual development of its author, setting out the premises and argument of the book, discussing its position within the field of art history, and looking at its significance in the context both of its initial reception and its legacy.

An introduction by John-Paul Stonard explores how art history has been forged by these outstanding contributions to scholarship, as well as by the dialogues and ruptures between them. The book is supplemented by contextual essays summarising the achievements of each art historian and offering a detailed publication history of their texts, with suggestions for further reading.

Enlivening debates and questioning the very status of art history itself, The Books That Shaped Art History is a concise and brilliant overview of the discipline and an invaluable resource for students, teachers, bibliophiles and all those interested in visual culture and its histories.

To pre-order your copy please visit http://www.burlington.org.uk/subscriptions-and-sales/the-books-that-shaped-art-hist

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March 2013 issue


Mind your language


'A new drawing by Titian' by Matthias Wivel

'Nicolas Poussin's “Juno, Argus, Io and Mercury in a landscape” in Berlin: a preparatory study and a new date' by Ann Sutherland Harris

'Greuze's “L'Accordée de village”: a rediscovered première pensée' by Perrin Stein

'Picasso, a political enemy of Francoist Spain' by Genoveva Tusell García

'Cézanne and the past' by John-Paul Stonard


Engraving and etching 1400-2000: a history of the development of manual intaglio printmaking processes, A. Stijnman by Antony Griffiths

Illuminating the End of Time: The Getty Apocalypse Manuscript, N.J. Morgan by Suzanne Lewis

Reuse Value. Spolia and appropriation in Art and Architecture from Constantine to Sherrie Levine, R. Brilliant and D. Kinney, eds. by James Cahill

The Geometry of Creation: Architectural Drawing and the Dynamics of Gothic Design, R. Bork by Eric Fernie

Zeichnen im Zeitalter Bruegels: Die niederländischen Zeichnungen des 16. Jahrhunderts im Dresdner Kupferstich-Kabinett. Beiträge zu einer Typologie, T. Ketelsen et al, eds. by Stephanie Buck

Vasari and the Renaissance Print, S. Gregory by Michael Bury

Das Elfenbein der Medici. Bildhauerarbeiten für den Florentiner Hof, E.D. Schmidt by Marjorie Trusted

Zeichner in Rom 1550-1700, K. Zeitler by David Scrase

Murillo Virtuoso Draftsman, J. Brown by Zahira Veliz Bomford

Cézanne, a life, A. Danchev by Richard Verdi

Publications Received


Peter Lely by Friso Lammertse

New Art from Russia by Anne Blood

Sanja Ivekovic by Christopher Griffin

Seventeenth-century paintings in churches in Paris by Arnauld Brejon de Lavergnée and Jean-Claude Boyer

Renaissance by Neville Rowley

Rapahel’s drawings by Sylvia Ferino-Pagden

Johann Christian Reinhart by Claudia Nordhoff

Serodine by Xavier F. Salomon

Matisse: In Search of True Painting by Lee Hallman

Veronese by Peter Humphrey

Picasso Black and White by Lewis Kachur

Bernini’s sculpture in clay by Sarah McPhee


Notes on contributors

Next month’s issue is devoted to art in Britain with two articles on portraits by Gainsborough; the Montagu monuments in Warkton church; and discoveries concerning Constable; the Wests; Lawrence; and Sickert.

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Cover illustration: Study for L’Accordée de village, by Jean-Baptiste Greuze. c.1761. Red and black chalk over traces of graphite, watercolour and gouache, 30.8 by 44.3 cm. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

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February 2013 issue - Northern European Art


Filling the bathtub: the new Stedelijk Museum


'The identification of a family portrait by Frans Hals recently acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art' by Pieter Biesboer

'Jan Lievens's “The Apostle Paul at his writing desk”' by Carina Fryklund

'The final convulsions of Brussels tapestry: “The legend of the miraculous Host”, 1769-85' by Koenraad Brosens

'Robert Dighton and his spurious collectors' marks on Rembrandt prints in the British Museum, London' by An Van Camp

'The rediscovery of Vilhelm Hammershøi: two recent acquisitions in New York and Frankfurt' by Felix Krämer


'The provenance of Carel Fabritius's “Mercury and Argus” and “Mercury and Aglauros”' by Sophie Raux


Hieronymus Bosch. Late work, C.D. Cuttler by Paul Huys Janssen

Translating Nature into Art. Holbein, the Reformation and Renaissance Rhetoric, J. Nuechterlein by Susan Foister

The Cartoons of the Sint-Janskerk in Gouda, Z. Van Ruyven-Zeman, A.R. de Koomen, A.L.H. Hage and J.P. Filedt Kok, eds. by Ilja M. Veldman

Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Art Discourse in the Sixteenth-Century Netherlands, T.M. Richardson by Walter Gibson

The Court Art of Friedrich Sustris. Patronage in Late Renaissance Bavaria, S. Maxwell by Stijn Alsteens

Pieter Lastman. Studien zu Leben und Werk. Mit einem kritischen Verzeichnis der Werke mit Themen aus der antiken Mythologie unde Historie, C. Tico Seifert by Luuk Pijl

The Religious Paintings of Hendrick ter Brugghen. Reinventing Christian Painting after the Reformation in Utrecht, N.T. Seaman by Xander Van Eck

Catalogue of drawings by Rembrandt and his school in the British Museum: online research catalogue, 2011, M. Royalton-Kisch by Holm Bevers

Art and Allegiance in the Dutch Golden Age. The Ambitions of a wealthy widow in a painted chamber by Ferdinand Bol, M. van Eikema Hommes by Albert Blankert

Elegance and Refinement. The Still-Life Paintings of Willem van Aelst, T. Paul, J. Clifton, A. Wheelock Jr., J. Berger Hochstrasser et al. by Fred G. Meijer

Eglon van der Neer (1635/36-1703): His Life and Work, E. Schavemaker by Quentin Buvelot

Old Masters’ Gallery Catalogues. Szépmüvészeti Múseum Budapest. Volume I. Dutch and Flemish Portraits 1600-1800, R. Ekkart by John Loughman

Old Masters’ Gallery Catalogues. Szépmüvészeti Múzeum Budapest. Volume 2. Dutch and Flemish Still Lifes 1600-1800, I. Ember by John Loughman

Frits Lugt 1884-1970. Living for Art: A Biography, J.F. Heijbroek by Quentin Buvelot

Le Corbusier. Furniture and Interiors 1905-1965, A. Rüegg by Christopher Wilk

John Baldessari Catalogue Raisonné Volume One: 1956-1974, P. Pardo and R. Dean, eds. by Lucy Bradnock

Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles Art 1945-1980, R. Peabody et al., eds. by James Boaden

Publications Received


Dancing around Duchamp’s Bride by Anne Blood

Painting after performance by Celia White

1913: The Shape of Time by Rosalind McKever

Rembrandt and the Passion by Richard Verdi

Flemish landscape by Paul Huys Janssen

Jan Rombouts by Vanessa Paumen

Cornelis van Haarlem by Lawrence W. Nichols

Medieval sculpture in Utrecht by Paul Williamson

Guardi and Canaletto by Bernard Aikema

The young Van Dyck by Gregory Martin

Goya and the Infante Don Luis by Xavier F. Salomon

Rico; Sorolla; Blanchard; the 1930s by Chris Michaelides

Tokyo 1955-70 by Jonathan M. Reynolds

Richard Artschwager by James Lawrence

Becoming Van Gogh by Richard R. Brettell


Notes on contributors


Acquisitions at the Dallas Museum of Art

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Cover illustration: The Van Campen family in a landscape, by Frans Hal. Early 1620s. Canvas, 151 by 163.6 cm. (Toledo Museum of Art)

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January 2012 issue


2012-13: a look backwards and forwards


'A portrait of “Girolamo Fracastoro” by Titian in the National Gallery' by Jill Dunkerton, Jennifer Fletcher and Paul Joannides

'Titian's Barbarigo portrait and Lord Darnley' by Burton Fredericksen

'A recently identified painting by Tintoretto in the Victoria and Albert Museum' by Ana Debenedetti

'Two newly identified panels from Mariotto di Nardo's altarpiece for the Da Filicaia chapel in S. Maria degli Angeli, Florence' by Dillian Gordon

'Giambologna's rented house in Florence' by Meghan Callahan


Rosemarie Mulcahy (1942-2012) by Peter Cherry


La storia del palazzo di Venezia dalle collezioni Barbo e Grimani a sede dell’ambasciata veneta e austriaca, M. Giulia Barberini, M. De Angelis d’Ossat and A. Schiavon by Kathleen Wren Christian

Rinascimento in Lombardia. Foppa, Zenale, Leonardo, Bramantino, G. Romano by Charles Robertson

Nuns and Reform Art in Early Modern Venice. The Architecture of Santi Cosma e Damiano and its Decoration from Tintoretto to Tiepolo, B. Paul by Valentina Sapienza

Citizen Portrait: Portrait and the Urban Elite of Tudor and Jacobean England and Wales, T. Cooper by Elizabeth Goldring

La Villa Médicis. Le collezioni del cardinale Ferdinando. I dipinti e le sculture. Vol.4, A. Cecchi and C. Gasparri by Clare Robertson

La Villa Médicis. Fonti documentarie. Vol.5, S.B. Butters, E. Fumagalli and S. Deswarte-Rosa, eds. by Clare Robertson

Venice Disputed 1550-1600. Marc’Antonio Barbaro and Venetian Architecture, D. Howard by Richard Schofield

Andrea Ansaldo 1584-1638, M. Priarone by Xavier F. Salomon

State Hermitage Museum Catalogue: Sixteenth to Nineteenth-Century British Painting, E. Renne by Stephen Lloyd

The Wallace Collection Catalogue of Glass and Limoges Painted Enamels, S. Higgott by Florian Knothe

Richard Parkes Bonington. The complete drawings, P. Noon by Stephen Duffy

John La Farge: A Biographical and Critical Study, J.L. Yarnall by Barbara Dayer Gallati

The Rise of the Modern Art Market in London, 1850-1939, P. Fletcher and A. Helmreich, eds. by Giles Waterfield

Publications Received


Henry Stuart by Karen Hearn

Seduced by Art by Marina Vaizey

Cotman in Normandy by Sarah Moulden

Contemporary exhibitions by James Cahill

Gwen John and Celia Paul by Teresa Drace-Francis

Barbara Hepworth by Frances Spalding

Labrouste and Baltard by Louis Cellauro

Soutine by Merlin James

Edward Hopper by David Anfam

The road to Van Eyck by Jan Piet Filedt Kok

Jordaens and the Antique by Hans Vlieghe

Caillebotte and photography by Hans Rooseboom

Roentgen by Simon Swynfen Jervis


Notes on contributors

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Cover illustration: Portrait of Girolamo Fracastoro, by Titian. After treatment. c. 1528. Canvas, 84 by 73.5 cm. (National Gallery, London).

The February issue is devoted to art in Northern Europe with articles identifying the sitters in a family portrait by Frans Hals recently acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio; newly discovered information relating to the theft of Rembrandt prints from the British Museum in the early nineteenth century; a painting by Jan Lievens for the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, and a Vilhelm Hammershøi for the Städel Museum; and a Supplement of recent acquisitions at the Dallas Museum of Art.

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December 2012 issue


Regional museums: mixed signals


'Artemisia Gentileschi's “Suffer the little children to come unto me”' by Gianni Papi

'The iconography of “Saint” Edward II' by Julian Luxford

'Scissors-and-paste in two paintings of Elizabeth I' by Anthony Wells-Cole

'More on Pissarro's “Four seasons”' by Andrea van Houtven

'A rediscovered English review of the 1874 Impressionist exhibition' by Ed Lilley


Western Illuminated Manuscripts. A Catalogue of the Collection in Cambridge University Library, P. Binski and P. Zutshi by Catherine Reynolds

Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge. A catalogue of Western book illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges. Part Two, Italy & the Iberian Peninsula, volumes one and two, N. Morgan, S. Parayotova and S. Reynolds, eds. by Rowan Watson

Giotto and his Publics: Three Paradigms of Patronage, J. Gardner by John Osborne

National Gallery Catalogues. The Italian Paintings before 1400, D. Gordon by Victor Schmidt Museo di palazzo Ducale di Mantova. Catalogo generale delle collezioni inventariate. Dipinti fino al XIX secolo, S. L’Occaso by Guido Rebecchini

Michelangelo. The Achievement of Fame, 1475-1534, M. Hirst by Hugo Chapman

The Afterlife of Raphael’s Paintings, C. Hoeniger by Giorgio Bonsanti

Francisco Pacheco y su Libro de Retratos, M.P. Cacho Casal by Rosemarie Mulcahy

Rethinking the Baroque, H. Hills, ed. by Owen Hopkins

Grabadores extranjeros en la Corte española del Barroco, J. Blas, M. Cruz de Carlos Varona and J. Manuel Matilla by Mark McDonald

Pittori Senesi del Seicento, M. Ciampolini by John Marciari

Roma Britannica. Art Patronage and Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-century Rome, D.R. Marshall, S. Russell and K. Wolfe, eds. by Susan Jenkins

Imperial Landscapes: Britain’s Global Visual Culture, 1745-1820, J.E. Crowley by Rosie Dias

Thomas Bewick. The Complete Illustrative Work, N. Tattersfield by Martin Postle

John Everett Millais, J. Rosenfeld by Alastair Grieve

Arrangement in Business. The Art Market and the Career of James McNeill Whistler, G. Petri by Robin Spencer

Nancy Spero, Encounters, J.S. Walker by Catherine Grant

A Story of Ruins. Presence and Absence in Chinese Art and Visual Culture, W. Hung by Rose Kerr

Publications Received


Bronze by Mark Stocker

Spanish prints and drawings by Zahira Veliz Bomford

Pre-Raphaelites by Julian Treuherz

Cecil Beaton. Theatre of War by Marina Vaizey

Photography in the 1960s and 1970s by Anne Blood

Edward Lear by Richard Green

Emperor Maximilian I by Mark Evans

Italian art of the 1930s by Robert Radford

Vermeer and Dutch painting by Quentin Buvelot

Caravaggio and his followers by Neville Rowley


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Burlington Conference Programme: The Art Press in the Twentieth Century

Registration is open

The Art Press in the Twentieth Century: History, criticism and the art market in magazines and journals

Date: 1st February 2013

Location:  Sotheby’s Institute of Art, 30 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3EE


09.45–10.20 Registration and coffee

10.20–10.30 Opening remarks – Jos Hackforth-Jones, Director, Sotheby’s Institute of Art

10.30–12.30 SESSION 1: 1890–1929

Chaired by Ysanne Holt (University of Northumbria) and Barbara Pezzini (The Burlington Magazine)

10.30–10.55 Meaghan Clarke (University of Sussex) – The art press at the fin-de-siècle: women, collecting and connoisseurship

11.00–11.25 Yu-Jen Liu (Academia Sinica) – Art, reproduction and the market: the politics and poetics of Chinese art illustration 1908–11

11.30–11.55 Poppy Sfakianaki (University of Crete) – Promoting the value(s) of Modernism: the interviews of Tériade and Zervos with art dealers in Cahiers d’art, 1927–28

12.00–12.30 Panel Discussion

12.30–13.30 LUNCH

13.30–15.30 SESSION 2: 1930–69

Chaired by Bernard Vere (Sotheby’s Institute of Art) and Anne Blood (The Burlington Magazine)

13.30–13.55 Sam Rose (Courtauld Institute of Art) – The visual arts in the BBC Listener magazine 1929–39

14.00–14.25 Adrian Clark (British Art Journal) – The art contributions to Horizon (1940–50)

14.30–14.55 Dorothea Schoene (University of Hamburg) – Shaping the perception of German art after 1945 – MoMA and the New York Times

15.00–15.30 Panel Discussion

15.30–16.00 TEA AND COFFEE

16.00–18.00 SESSION 3: 1970–present

Chaired by Lis Darby (Sotheby’s Institute of Art) and Clive Phillpot

16.00–16.25 J.J. Charlesworth (Royal College of Art) – Young Conservatives: the formalist revival from One magazine to Artscribe

16.30–16.55 Patricia Bickers (Art Monthly) – Partial History: Art Monthly 1976–

17.00–17.25 Samuel Bibby (Art History) – ‘The pursuit of understanding’: towards a history of Art History

17.30–18.00 Panel Discussion

18.00–19.00 Drinks reception – Hosted by Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Registration fee: £25 – Students £10 – no registration fee for speakers

Due to high interest, register early to avoid disappointment. Please visit our website to download the registration form http://www.burlington.org.uk/art-world/burlington-conference

For any queries, please email conference@burlington.org.uk or tel: +44 (0)20 7388 8157