The Burlington Magazine

London, United Kingdom


  • London
  • England
  • United Kingdom


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The Burlington Magazine is the world's leading monthly publication devoted to the fine and decorative arts. It publishes concise, well-written articles based on original research, presenting new works, art-historical discoveries and fresh interpretations.

The Magazine is both an enduring work of reference and a running commentary on the art world of today – as well as editorials on topical issues, it features authoritative reviews of all important books and major exhibitions, and the monthly Calendar is the best available guide to art events throughout the world.

The Magazine's advertising pages present a view of some of the finest works of art on the international market from both galleries and auction houses, together with announcements of museum and dealer exhibitions, art fairs and the latest art books; here too can be found notices of curatorial vacancies, services provided by insurers, conservators, restorers, shippers, financial institutions and luxury goods on offer.

'The Burlington Magazine is required reading for everyone in the world of art. It is distinctive in tone, clear of voice, and commands the highest respect and affection from contributors and readers alike.'

- Stephen Deuchar CBE - Director of The Art Fund, UK

'Whether it's the discovery of works of art, new archival information, informed reviews or sharp editorials, every issue of The Burlington Magazine constitutes essential reading. The Burlington Magazine is simply the finest art history periodical there is.'

- Gabriele Finaldi, Director at the National Gallery, London

‘Art historians will still be reading and consulting this month’s Burlington Magazine fifty and even a hundred years from now’

– Sir Nicholas Penny, former Director at the National Gallery, London

‘Essential reading for anyone seriously interested in new thinking in art history by both emerging and mature scholars’

– Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of Tate