Enfilade

The Burlington Magazine, November 2012

Posted in books, exhibitions, journal articles, reviews by Editor on November 16, 2012

The eighteenth century in The Burlington:

The Burlington Magazine 154 (November 2012)

A R T I C L E S
• Marjorie Trusted, “Two Eighteenth-Century Sculpture Acquisitions for the Victoria and Albert Museum, London,” pp. 773-79. Two marble sculptures, a Crouching Venus by John Nost (1702) and a relief of Julius Caesar Invading Britain by John Deare (1796), have been acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
• Gauvin Alexander Bailey, “French Rococo Prints and Eighteenth-Century Altarpieces in Buenos Aires,” pp. 780-85. French Rococo designs used in altarpiece decorations in eighteenth-century Buenos Aires.

R E V I E W S
• Philip Ward-Jackson, Review of Stefano Grandesso and Laila Skjøthaug, Bertel Thorvaldsen, 1770–1844 (Milan: Silvana, 2010), pp. 798-99.
• Mark Stocker, Review of Mary Ann Steggles and Richard Barnes, British Sculpture in India: New Views and Old Memories (Kirstead, Norfolk: Frontier Publishing, 2011), pp. 800-01.
• Christopher Baker, Review of the exhibition and catalogue The English Prize: The Capture of the Westmorland, an Episode of the Grand Tour (2012), pp. 817-18.

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