Vol. 9 Nbr. 2, September 2008
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- Left hand, right hand...
- Print collecting in provincial England prior to 1650: the Randle Holme Album.
- 'The head of a certain Macedonian King': an old identity for the British Museum's 'Arundel Homer'.
- 'The Rake at Oxford': the progress of Hogarth's 'Rake' re-examined.
- 'The Choice of Paris': representing Frederick, Prince of Wales: a brief reconsideration.
- Picturing China: William Alexander and the visual language of chinoiserie.
- The Davies sisters' Turners in Cardiff.
- The Foundling restored: Emma Brownlow King, William Hogarth, and the public image of the Foundling Hospital in the 19th century.
- The 'Philistine' and the New Art Critic: a new perspective on the debate about Degas's L'Absinthe of 1893.
- 'That mighty art of Black-and-White': Linley Sambourne, Punch and the Royal Academy.
- November 1918: some thoughts on British art at the Armistice.
- Miniature Matlock: Creswell Crags, George Stubbs and 18th-century landscape taste.
- 'The Lure of the East': 'The Lion and the Dragon: Photographs from China, 1903-1905'.
- 'The Young Lion: Drawings by JF Lewis': Royal Academy of Arts.
- 'The Railway. Art in the Age of Steam': The Walker Art Gallery, National Museums, Liverpool.
- 'Jakob Philipp Hackert: Europas Landschaftsmaler der Goethezeit': Neues Museum and Schiller Museum, Weimar.
- 'Walter Sickert: The Camden Town Nudes' Courtauld Gallery, London: 'Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group' Tate Britain, London.
- 'Utmost Fidelity: The painting lives of Marianne & Adrian Stokes RA' Wolverhampton Art Gallery 30 January-3 April 2009.
- Painter Pilgrim. The Art and Life of Tristram Hillier.
- The Seeing Eye. Michael Kitson. Critical Writings on Art, Renaissance to Romanticism.
- William Roscoe. Commerce and Culture.