The British Art Journal (Winter 2015/16)

Posted in journal articles by Editor on March 22, 2016

Items pertaining to the eighteenth century in the current issue:

The British Art Journal 16 (Winter 2015/16)

• Editorial: William MB Berger Prize for British Art History 2015 Winner: William Pressly, James Barry’s Murals at the Royal Society of Arts: Envisioning a New Public Art (2014).

• Romana Sammern, “Woman in Bed by Matthew William Peters (1742–1814): Titian, Reynolds, and  Painted Revenge”

• M. T. W. Payne and J. E. Payne “Samuel Collings (d. 1810) and the Manifestation of ‘Annibal Scratch'”

• Neil Jeffares, “Francis Cotes (1726–1770) and His Family”

• Katherine McHale, “George Vertue and the Case of the Counterfeit Paintings: Rescuing the Reputations of Sebastiano Ricci (1659–1734) and Niccolo Cassana (1659–1713)”

• Alex Seltzer, “Catesby’s Conundrums: Mixing Representation with Metaphor”

• Peter S. Forsaith “‘A Far Greater Genius Than Sir Joshua’: Did Joshua Reynolds (1723–1789) Paint John Wesley (1703–1791)?”

• Charles S. Ellis, Review of Giulia Coco, Artisti, dilettanti e mercanti d’arte nel salotto fiorentino di sir Horace Mann (2014).


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