The Burlington Magazine - Sommaire du n° d’ octobre 2012


Old versus new in the Berlin museums


Elizabeth Clegg, War and peace at the Stockholm ‘Austrian Art Exhibition’ of 1917

John Rolfe, Harold Gilman’s ‘Halifax Harbour’ (1918) : a wartime Canadian episode

Anne Blood, The Russian section of the ‘Machine-Age Exposition’ (1927)

Fanny Singer, Richard Hamilton’s ‘Chiara & chair’

Colin B. Bailey, ‘In the same order, but . . . stronger than ever’ : the new Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia

Book Review

David Ekserdjian, Museo Statale Ermitage – La pittura italiana dal XIII al XVI secolo : Catalogo della Collezione

Susan Loppert, The Healing Presence of Art – A History of Western Art in Hospitals

Giles Waterfield, Ireland on Show : Art, Union, and Nationhood

Mark Stocker, Public Sculpture of Historic Westminster : Volume 1

Julian Treuherz, Joanna, George and Henry

Peter Cooke, Aesthetic Rivalries : Word and Image in France, 1880–1926

Colin Amery, The Looshaus

Michael Bracewell, The Collected Writings of Jon Thompson

Peter Boughton, The Buildings of England : Cheshire

Toby Treves, Prunella Clough. Regions unmapped

Karen Lang, A House Divided : American Art since 1955

Exhibition Review

Satish Padiyar, Portrait sculpture. Bath

Rachel Sloan, Symbolist Landscape. Amsterdam, Edinburgh and Helsinki

Neville Rowley, Cima da Conegliano. Paris

Eddy Schavemaker, Cornelis Bega. Aachen and Berlin

Charles Robertson, Bramantino. Milan

Julian Brooks, Andrea Commodi. Florence

Frank Dabell, Luca Signorelli. Perugia, Orvieto and Città di Castello

Xanthe Brooke, Murillo and Justino de Neve. Madrid, Seville and London

Lynne Cooke, Schiaparelli and Prada. New York

Robert Silberman, Roy Lichtenstein. Chicago, Washington, London and Paris

John Wilson, Charles M. Russell. Fort Worth and Great Falls


Xavier F. Salomon, Veronese’s skies in S. Sebastiano

Mark Evans, Veronese’s portrait of Sidney


Recent acquisitions by the Government Art Collection


Notes on Contributors

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