Volume 1, Issue 2 | Autumn 2002
Beaulieu Negotiating Identity: Mary Ellen Best and the Status of Female Victorian Artists
by Temma Balducci
The watercolors produced by Mary Ellen Best (1809-91) around the time of her 1840 marriage indicate a shift in her self-identification from a semi-professional artist to a disinterested wife and mother.
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The Thadée Natanson Panels: A Vuillard Decoration for S. Bing's Maison de l'Art Nouveau
by Annette Leduc Beaulieu and Brooks Beaulieu
Edouard Vuillard's participation in the decoration of S. Bing's 1895 Maison de l'Art Nouveau was ensured by the generous patronage of the critic Thadée Natanson, whose aesthetic tastes and enthusiasms were incorporated by Vuillard into his harmonious ensemble.
Clerbois In Search of the Forme-Pensée: The Influence of Theosophy on Belgian Artists, Between Symbolism and the Avant-Garde (1890-1910)
by Sébastien Clerbois
Danos Nikolaos Gyzis's The Secret School and an Ongoing National Discourse
by Antonis Danos
Jonker Gustave Planche, or The Romantic Side of Classicism
by Marijke Jonker
Muysers Physiology and Photography: The Evolution of Franz von Lenbach's Portraiture
by Carola Muysers
Tabler Antoine Vollon and His Smashing Pumpkin: On Media Hype and the Meanings of Still Life
by Carol Forman Tabler
Terra Foundation Fellowships in American Art
at the Smithsonian American Art Museum
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