Summary of The Burlington Magazine - n° 1440 vol CLXV - March 2023

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Delacroix in Africa and Spain: newly discovered sketchbooks




Paul Joannides, A drawing by Michelangelo for the ‘Worship of the Brazen Serpent’

Michèle Hannoosh, Delacroix in Morocco and Andalusia: rediscovered notebooks and drawings

Georgios E. Markou, Titian’s ‘Allegory of Prudence’ and Philip II

Yuriko Jackall,Barbara H. Berrie, John K. Delaney, Michael Swicklik, Greuze’s greens: ephemeral colours, classical ambitions

James Hall, Becoming ‘obeliscal’: Van Gogh, ancient Egypt and the global Orient – I: figures


Richard E. Spear, Guido Reni: The Divine

Roko Rumora, Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color

Deborah Freeman, Magic Rock Crystal

Raffaella Morselli, Artemisia Gentileschi in Naples

Francesca Whitlum-Cooper, Poussin et l’amour

Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Gainsborough’s House

TimothY Wilcox, Sussex Landscape: Chalk, Wood and Water

Rosamund Bartlett, M.K. Čiurlionis: Between Worlds

Verity Mackenzie, Meret Oppenheim: My Exhibition

Friso Lammertse, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp (KMSKA)


Richard Shiff, Cézanne in the Barnes Foundation

Lindy Grant, Nogent-le-Rotrou roman et gothique

Anthony Colantuono, Giovanni Bellini: The Last Works

Giulio Dalvit, The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy

Simon Jervis, Cuirs dorés, ‘Cuirs de Cordoue’: un art européen

Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Rubens in Repeat: The Logic of the Copy in Colonial Latin America

Stephen Bann, Loss in French Romantic Art, Literature, and Politics

Charlotte Gere, Enriching the V&A: a Collection of Collections (1862–1914)

Martin Hammer, Francis Bacon – In the Mirror of Photography: Collecting, Preparatory Practice and Painting

Eric Riddler, Fairweather and China

Catherine Reynolds, Penned and Painted: The Art and Meaning of Books in Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Jennifer Johnson, Interpreting Art

Stephen Feeke, Queer St Ives and Other Stories


Paul Spencer-Longhurst, Richard Verdi (1941–2022)

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