Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 10 (2005)

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Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 10 (2005)

The SSAH annual journal is a leading Scottish periodical for the publication of new art historical research.

Volume 10 (2005), SSAH 21st Anniversary Edition / Architecture, Design and Criticism / Scottish Art, includes the following contents:

  • Emily Jane Anderson - Eighteenth dynasty statues of the Egyptian goddess Sekhmet in Scottish collections
  • Peter Black - A Rubens drawing for the Hunterian: the fragment of a memory exercise
  • Jessica Feather - Gavin Hamilton's Dawkins and Wood discovering the ruins of Palmyr reconsideration
  • Ailsa Boyd - Finding Beatrix Whistler: a paradigmatic Victorian woman artist
  • Marc Fehlmann – ‘A Striking Proof of Scotland's Pride’: remarks on the Scottish National Monument on Calton Hill
  • Bruce Peter - Hopping Scottish to London: the design context of the 1968 m-type motorway coach
  • Wolfgang Sonne - Culture of urbanity: a new approach to twenthieth century urban design history
  • Susannah Thompson - The case for critical regionalism in recent Scottish art criticism
  • Duncan Macmillan - Scottish art
  • Murdo Macdonald - Scottish art and identity: a unique diversity
  • John Morrison - Nation and identity
  • Ken Currie - State of the nation: contemporary art
  • Charles McKean - Scottishness in architecture
  • Clemena Antonova - El Greco's icon of Christ in the National Gallery

About the Scottish Society for Art History

The SSAH was founded in 1984 to promote art history in Scotland. It is open to everyone interested in art, from those with a general interest to specialist scholars, students, teachers, curators, collectors and dealers.

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EditorMurdo Macdonald
AuthorDuncan Macmillan, Murdo Macdonald