Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 12 (2007)

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Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History – Volume 12 (2007)

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

Volume 12 (2007), Art & Art History in Glasgow, includes the following contents:

  • Roger Bilcliffe - Mackintosh furniture revisited
  • Victoria Burgess - Attic riches: locating the local painter decorator
  • Robert Gibbs - Designs for the serial titles of Blackie’s and Mudie’s by Talwin Morris, Ethel Larcombe and C.R. Mackintosh
  • Sally Stewart - In praise of shadows and light
  • Alexander Kennedy - An occult perspective on one of ‘the four’
  • Paul Stirton - Notes towards a historiography of modern Scottish art
  • Frances Fowle - Art dealing in Glasgow between the wars: the rise and fall of La Société des Beaux-Arts
  • Venda Pollock - From Gethsemane to Lanark: the problem of representing Glasgow
  • John Morrison - The Glasgow Group
  • Margery McCulloch - Young artists in a ‘philistine society’? Making it new in Glasgow, 1956–1969
  • Helen McCormack - The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery bi-centenary celebrations
  • Margaret MacDonald - The Whistler etchings project
  • Patricia de Montfort - Exhibition culture in London, 1878–1908
  • David Robertson - Dowanhill Church
  • Pamela Robertson - Glasgow Mackintosh Festival, 2006
  • Peter Trowles - The Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh conservation and access project
  • Pol Cavin - Hidden Glasgow
  • Andrew Greig - The national inventory research project
  • Victoria Hollows - The engaged Gallery of Modern Art – GoMA: contemporary art and human rights
  • Andrew Patrizio – Opinion: how does this museum make you feel? Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
  • Neil Mullholland – Obituary: Steven Campbell

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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