The Burlington Magazine - n° 1376 vol CLIX - November 2017


Britain’s Lost Masterpieces


Jeremy Warren, The use of medals and plaquettes in decorative objects: a set of Renaissance casket panels at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Franco Mormando, A Bernini workshop drawing for a tomb monument

Oronzo Brunetti, A nymphaeum for the Villa Salviati at Ponte alla Badia in Florence

Keren Hammerschlag, Eliza Macloghlin and Alfred Gilbert’s ‘Mors janua vitae’

Bridget Heal, The full power of the Reformation: anniversary exhibitions in Germany


Jeremy Warren, La collezione dei bronzi del Museo Civico Medievale di Bologna. By Mark Gregory d’Apuzzo

Rowan Watson, Colour: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts. Edited by Stella Panayotova

Paul Williamson, Gothic Sculpture in America, III, The Museums of New York and Pennsylvania. Edited by Joan A. Holladay and Susan L. Ward

Donal Cooper, Quale Francesco? Il messaggio nascosto negli affreschi della Basilica superiore ad Assisi. By Chiara Frugoni

John Paoletti, The Bargello Palace: The Invention of Civic Architecture in Florence. By Amee Yunn

Francesca Cappelletti, Giacinto Brandi (1621–1691). Catalogo ragionato delle opera. By Guendalina Serafinelli

François Marandet, Académie Royale: A History in Portraits. By Hannah Williams

Kenneth McConkey, People, Places and Piazzas: The Life and Art of Charles Hodge Mackie. By Pat Clark

Jo Applin, David Smith in Two Dimensions: Photography and the Matter of Sculpture. By Sarah Hamill

Robert Radford, Leonora Carrington and the International Avant-garde. Edited by Jonathan P. Eburne and Catriona McAra

Alistair Rider, Donald Judd Writings. Edited by Flavin Judd and Caitlin Murray


Martha Barratt, Turner Prize. Hull & Frieze. London

Sarah Whitfield, Henri Matisse. London

Anna Gruetzner Robins, Wyndham Lewis. Manchester

David Cowan, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites. Edinburgh

Christopher Brown, Vermeer and the masters of genre painting. Paris, Dublin and Washington

Christopher Riopelle, Anders Zorn. Paris

Michael White, De Stijl. The Hague, Utrecht, Otterlo and Margate

Caroline Elam, Giuliano da Sangallo. Florence

Xavier F. Salomon, Caroline Murat. Ajaccio

David Anfam, Mark Tobey. Venice and Andover

Joshua I. Cohen, Picasso and primitive art. Paris, Kansas City and Montreal

Edward J. Sullivan, Cuban art since 1950. Houston and Minneapolis

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