Sheila Barker on The Medici Archive Project

A contribution by  Sheila Barker Director of the Jane Fortune Research Program on Women Artists at the Medici Archive Project. Archives give us access to the past with a candor, immediacy, and precision found nowhere else. The information they contain is often grounded in material realities, yet it also holds the traces of an astounding gamut of…

Harvey Miller Catalogue – Spring & Summer 2017

The catalogue for Harvey Miller on new and forthcoming titles scheduled to appear in Spring and Summer 2017 is now available. This catalogue includes live links to the Brepols website where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage….

Launch of Volume XIX of the Corpus Rubenianum

Volume XIX of the Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard “Portraits After Existing Prototypes” was launched on December 20th in Ghent, Belgium. Koenraad Jonckheere was presented the first copy of his book by the rector of Ghent Univeristy Anne De Paepe. In this new volume, the author examines Rubens’ studies on facial features. The painter made geometrical analyses…

COLOUR. The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts

The Guardian rates the exhibition ‘COLOUR: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts’ at The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge a 5 star experience! Read the full review   Colour. The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts The richly illustrated Catalogue  by Harvey Miller is published to accompany the bicentenary exhibition of the Fitzwilliam Museum in…

The Age of Opus Anglicanum

First book published in the new book series Studies in English Medieval Embroidery The Age of Opus Anglicanum By Dr M.A. Michael This volume, the first to appear in a series of Studies in English Medieval Embroidery, contains the papers delivered at a Symposium held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in February 2013,…

The Prints of Paul Sandby

The Prints of Paul Sandby (1731-1809) A Catalogue Raisonné By Ann V. Gunn Born in Nottingham, Paul Sandby (1731-1809) is best known as a founder member of the Royal Academy and a prominent figure in the development of British watercolour painting. However, he was also one of the most prolific and inventive printmakers in eighteenth-century…