This Month’s ‘Burlington Magazine’

Posted in books, exhibitions, journal articles, site information by Editor on April 29, 2011

This month’s issue of The Burlington Magazine is devoted to British Art with the following eighteenth-century offerings:

The Burlington Magazine 153 (April 2011)

  • Richard Hewlings, “Nicholas Hawksmoor in Chester,” pp. 224-28.
  • Hugh Belsey, “Reading the Caricature Groups of Thomas Patch,” pp. 229-31.
  • Malcolm Warner, Review of British Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1575-1875, Katharine Baetjer, p. 257.
  • Brian Allen, Review of James Barry, 1741-1806: History Painter, ed. Tom Dunne and William Pressly, pp. 258-59.
  • Timothy Wilcox, Review of Constable, Jonathan Clarkson, pp. 259-60.
  • Giles Waterfield, Review of The English Virtuoso: Art, Medicine, and Antiquarianism in the Age of Empiricism, Craig Hanson, pp. 266-67.
  • Alex Kidson, Review of the exhibition Georgian Faces: Portrait of a County, pp. 274-75.