Vol. 11 Nbr. 1, March 2010
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- The British Art Journal X, 3 (10th anniversary double number).
- William MB Berger Prize for British Art History 2009.
- The Lumley Inventory and the Lumley Chapel.
- The 'servant' extraordinary: some account of the life of Thomas Beauchamp (1623-c1697), Clerk to the Trustees for the Sale of King Charles I's Collections.
- Brandoin and Gibbon in Lausanne, c1787: a drawing rediscovered and a letter explained.
- Joseph Wright of Derby in a northern light: Swedish comparisons and connections: Pehr Hillestrom & Elias Martin.
- Attempts toward fame and fortune: Joseph Wright of Derby and late-renaissance Humanism.
- Joseph Wright of Derby and the Society Of Artists of Great Britain.
- Images of industry: material sources in British art c1800.
- Ackermann's Repository 1809-28.
- 'Remarkable characters': John Dempsey and the representation of the urban poor in Regency Britain.
- The myth of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Beata Beatrix as memorial painting.
- Considering the lilies: symbolism and revelation in Convent Thoughts (1851) by Charles Allston Collins (1828-73).
- A long-lost painting by GF Watts rediscovered and identified: Meeting of Samson and Delilah.
- Reflections on 'Turner and the Masters'.
- 'Edward Burne-Jones. The Earthly Paradise'.
- 'I Preraffaelliti. Il sogno del '400 italiano da Beato Angelico a Perugino da Rossetti a Burne-Jones'.
- 'Symbolism in Belgium'.
- 'Frank Brangwyn'.
- 'The Wye Tour and its Artists'.
- Objects of Affection: Pre-Raphaelite Portraits by John Brett.
- Auerbach, Bacon and Smith.
- James Lees-Milne: The Life.
- The Arts of Industry in The Age of Enlightenment.
- Ruskin on Venice 'the Paradise of Cities'.
- Edward Burne-Jones: The Earthly Paradise.
- A view in the Lune Vallery, Lancashire, from Caton looking north-east towards Gressingham.