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The Illustrated Visio Baronti: A Carolingian Manuscript from Reims by Janie Ruth Curry / Unfinished Romanesque Sculpture by William Travis / An Exemplary Life: Spinello Aretino’s Cycle of St. Benedict in Context by Read Montgomery Diket / Birgittine Devotion and the Campinesque Virgin in the Apse by Catherine Morris Westcott / The Fashionably Dressed Sailor: Another Look at the Black Figure in John Singleton Copley’s Watson and the Shark by Margaret Rose Vendryes / Marketing of Genius – Ingenious Marketing: The Role of Engravings in Mid-Nineteenth Century English Art Dealing by Thomas M. Bayer / Rosa Bonheur’s Dialogues with Culture by Betty Lou Williams / Afrocubans and National Identity: Modern Cuban Art, 1920s-1940s by Juan A. Martínez / Venturi’s Guildhouse Facade: An Architectural Conceit in the Ironic Style of T.S. Eliot by Jeffery Blackwell / Robert Morris’s Ambiguous Containers by Stephen Petersen / Naum Gabo’s Tête Construite: A Dynamic Form in a Continual State of Becoming by Charlene Mattingly
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