The Burlington Magazine, March 2015

Posted in books, exhibitions, journal articles, reviews by Editor on March 29, 2015

The eighteenth century in The Burlington:

The Burlington Magazine 157 (March 2015)

1344-201503A R T I C L E S

• Veronica Maria White, “Guercino’s Beggar Holding a Broken Jug: A Drawing from the Gennari Inventory of 1719,” pp. 169–71.

• Andrew Hopkins, “Palladio and Scamozzi Drawings in England and Their Talman Marks,” pp. 172–80.

• Andrea Tomezzoli, “From Venice to Newport: A Painting by Giambettino ­Cignaroli Lost and Found,” pp. 181–85.


• Simon Watney, Review of Stacy Boldrick, Leslie Brubaker, and Richard Clay, eds., Striking Images: Iconoclasms Past and Present (Ashgate Publishing, 2013), pp. 186–89. Available at The Burlington website for free.

• David Scrase, Review of Laura Giles, Lia Markey, and Claire Van Cleave, eds., Italian Master Drawings from the Princeton University Art Museum (Yale University Press, 2014), pp. 197–98.

• Frances Parton, Review of the exhibition Gold (London: Queen’s Gallery, 2014–15), p. 202.

• David Scrase, Review of the exhibition William Blake: Apprentice and Master (Oxford, Ashmolean, 2014–15), pp. 206–07.



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