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The Burlington Magazine Newsletter - August 2018

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Detail of the door of the Sala dei Gigli, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, by Benedetto da Maiano. c.1475-78. Marble. (Photograph Raffaello Bencini; Alinari Archives, Florence)

In the August issue 

Editorial: The Glasgow School of Art 
Free Review by Dominic Paterson: Tacita Dean
Archive Article by Lynne Cook: Tacita Dean 

The problematic ‘Baptist’: Benedetto da
Maiano’s Sala dei Gigli doorway

by Sarah M. Dillon

Evidence for Florentine patronage in two liturgical  manuscripts illuminated by
Rinaldo da Siena

by Laura Alidori Battaglia and Marco Battaglia
Two paintings of Samson by Lorenzo Lotto
at Charlecote Park

by Enrico Maria Dal Pozzolo
Ferdinando Fuga’s proposals for displaying
relics in S. Maria Maggiore, Rome

by Alessandro Spila
‘Marvellously gifted’: Giovanna Garzoni’s
first visit to the Medici court

by Sheila Barker
Purchase this issue

From Robert Radford's book review of De Chirico and the United Kingdom (c.1916-1978), by Victoria
Noel-Johnson. Seated nude with pink and yellow drape, by Giorgio de Chirico. 1947. Canvas, 109 by 84 cm. (Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris). 

Calendar highlights

LONDON. Wallace Collection. Sir Richard Wallace: The Collector; to 6th January. 
GB & IRELAND. Edinburgh, National Galleries Scotland. Rembrandt: Britain's Discovery of the Master;  to 14th October. 
EUROPE. Innsbruck, Schloss Ambras. The Art of Power: Habsburg Women in the Renaissance; to 7th October.
NEW YORK. Frick Collection. The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, and Jan Vos; to 13th January.
NORTH AMERICA. Dallas Museum of Art. Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art; to 6th January.

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