immediations, the first research journal to come out of The Courtauld Institute of Art since its inception in 1932, publishes innovative research across the entire span of art history, from classical antiquity to the present day.

Reflecting the strong research record of the Institute, immediations approaches the history of art from a wide range of perspectives and expertise, accommodating close reading of individual works of art and architecture, as well as broad theoretical issues.


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In this issue:


Illusion and Involvement: The lost Baroque architecture of St George's Hall

at Windsor Castle

Wolf Burchard

 

Drawing Distinctions: Jean-Etienne Liotard in Constantinople and Vienna

Francesca Whitlum-Cooper

 

Memory in Ruins: Maarten van Heemskerck's Self-portrait with the Colosseum

Kaspar Thormod

 

Production in View: Allan Sekula's Fish Story and the Thawing of Postmodernism

Bill Roberts

 

Sophie, Sarah and Sigmund: Hysterics in the Freud Museum

Eleanor Nairne

 

MIND THE GAP. Rauschenberg's Combines in Paris from 1959 to 1964 and Denis

Roche's Poetic Endeavor

Gilda Axelroud