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The Burlington Magazine scholarship for the study of French eighteenth-century fine and decorative art

THIS MONTH The Burlington Magazine launches an annual scholarship for the study of French eighteenth-century fine and decorative art. Initiated and funded by Richard Mansell-Jones,  a trustee of The Burlington Magazine Foundation, the scholarship  offers £10,000 to a student based anywhere in the world  who has embarked or is about to embark on an M.A. or Ph.D. or is undertaking research in a post-doctoral or independent  capacity. 

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Matisse and Bonnard. Frankfurt

THE THEME OF Matisse Bonnard: “Long Live Painting!” at the Städel Museum, Frankfurt (to 14th January), is the friendship between two artists who at first glance had little in common other than the mutual belief in painting indicated in the exhibition’s title.1 Born within a few years of each other, their friendship survived not only several decades but the difference in their fortunes. Matisse’s reputation was greatly enhanced by a steady market for his work in America.

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