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The Burlington Magazine, March 2014

Posted in journal articles, reviews by Editor on April 1, 2014

The (long) eighteenth century in The Burlington:

The Burlington Magazine 156 (March 2014)

coverA R T I C L E S

• François Marandet, “The Pool of Bethesda by Louis Chéron: A Modello Discovered at the Wellcome Library, London,” pp. 16263.

An oil-sketch by Louis Chéron in the Wellcome Library, London, is identified as a study for the large painting of the Pool of Bethesda (1683) in S. Pantaleone, Venice.

• Massimo Favilla and Ruggero Rugolo, “A Portrait of a Baby Girl by Lorenzo Tiepolo,” pp. 164–69.

An attribution to Lorenzo Tiepolo of a Portrait of a Baby Girl in a High Chair (c.1770–76).

R E V I E W S

• Jocelyn Anderson, Review of Geoffrey Tyack, ed., John Nash: Architect of the Picturesque (English Heritage, 2013), pp. 175–76.
• Uta Christina Koch, Review of the exhibition Fragonard: Poetry and Passion / Poesie und Leidenschaft, pp. 194–95.

• Francis Russell, Review of the exhibition Pietro Bellotti: Another Canaletto, pp. 198–99.

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