The February 2013 issue contains the article " The identification of a family portrait by Frans Hals recently acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art" by Pieter Biesboer. Biesboer, curator emeritus of the Frans Hals Museum in The Netherlands, also gave a Masters Series lecture at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Publishing concise, well-written articles based on original research, presenting new works, art-historical discoveries and fresh interpretations, The Burlington Magazine is both an enduring work of reference and a running commentary on the art world of today. In addition to editorials on current topics, it features authoritative reviews of important books and major exhibitions, and the monthly Calendar is the best available guide to art events throughout the world.
Other Articles include:
Filling the bathtub: the new Stedelijk Museum (Editorial)
Jan Lievens’s ‘The Apostle Paul at his writing desk’ By Carina Fryklund
A painting of the Apostle Paul by Jan Lievens in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.
The final convulsions of Brussels tapestry: ‘The legend of the miraculous Host’, 1769–85 By Koenraad Brosens
Robert Dighton and his spurious collectors’ marks on Rembrandt prints in the British Museum, London By An Van Camp
The rediscovery of Vilhelm Hammershøi: two recent acquisitions in New York and Frankfurt By Felix Krämer
This publication also includes numerous book and exhibition reviews.