‘Painting by numbers’, a statistical approach to The Burlington Magazine 1903-2016. Part I: Titian, Leonardo, Caravaggio, Cezanne and Reynolds

by Barbara Pezzini The Burlington Index is a flexible research tool. It can be simply used as a reference finder, to seek for articles, but it can also be interrogated through statistical methods, to gain a broader idea of the historical development of the Magazine itself. Which artists are more fully covered in the Burlington and … Continue reading ‘Painting by numbers’, a statistical approach to The Burlington Magazine 1903-2016. Part I: Titian, Leonardo, Caravaggio, Cezanne and Reynolds

A rare photograph of Leonardo da Vinci’s Benois Madonna

In the early twentieth century, many new attributions to Leonardo da Vinci were first presented to the international art historical community from the pages of The Burlington Magazine. When in 1909 a Virgin with Child attributed to Leonardo was exhibited from the Madame Leon Benois collection in Saint Petersburg, a debate about its authorship ensued. … Continue reading A rare photograph of Leonardo da Vinci’s Benois Madonna