Metropolitan Museum Journal 2022

Posted in journal articles by Editor on March 13, 2023

The eighteenth century in the latest issue of The Met’s journal , and a reminder that digital copies are free!

Metropolitan Museum Journal 57 (2022)

Louis François Roubiliac, Francesco Bernardi, known as ‘II Senesino’ (ca. 1686–1758), ca. 1735, terracotta with later marble base, bust: 62 × 55 × 23 cm (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Gift of Irwin Untermyer by exchange, 2016.47).


• Malcolm Baker, “Sculpting Reputation: A Terracotta Bust of Senesino by Roubiliac,” pp. 25–39.
• Ronda Kasl, “Witnessing Ingenuity: Lacquerware from Michoacán for the Vicereine of New Spain,” pp. 40–56.
• Wendy McGlashan, “John Kay’s Watercolor Drawing John Campbell (1782),” pp. 57–66.
• Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, “A Tale of Two Chapeaux: Fashion, Revolution, and David’s Portrait of the Lavoisiers,” pp. 67–84.

R E S E A R C H   N O T E S

• Ludmila Budrina, “Malachite Networks: The Demidov and Medici Vases-Torchères (1821–23) in The Met,” pp. 148–59.

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