News Issue No.14 Autumn 2002
Publications by Former Students 2001-2002
We print below a list of books, catalogues and periodical articles by
former students, which appeared between August 2001 and the end of July
2002. For this list, we rely on information supplied by the authors. Please,
therefore, be sure to send the Editor, Jane Ferguson, each Spring a note
of your publications appearing during the twelve months ending the previous
31 July. The Editor will not be able to include articles in periodicals
without the number and month as well as the year, unless specifically informed.
Note: the list does not include publications by current members of the Institutes staff, many of whom are former students. A full list of publications by members of Courtauld staff appears in the Institutes annual report, a copy of which may be obtained on request from the Registrar.
Congratulations are due to Professor John Lowden who has won the Otto Grundler Prize, 2002, from The Medieval Institute of Western Michigan University for his two volume work The Making of the Bible Moralisées, Penn State University Press. John comments "The book was many years in the research and writing and producing two self contained volumes (the Presss idea) simultaneously (my idea) was a challenge."
Architectural History: Essays in Architectural History presented to John Newman, Vol l. 44, 2001 contains the following essays by former Courtauld Institute students:
Anderson, James, "John White Senior and James Wyatt: an early Scheme for Marylebone Park and the New Street to Carlton House".
Bradley, Simon, "The Queens Chapel in the Twentieth Century".
Bristol, Kerry, "A Newly-discovered Drawing by James Stuart".
Cherry, Bridget, "Edward Hattons New View of London".
Cocke, Thomas, " The Repository of our English Kings: The Henry VII Chapel as Royal Mausoleum".
Coope, Rosalys, "An Intriguing Patronage ?"
Crossley, Paul, " The Nave of Stone Church in Kent".
Draper, Peter, "Canterbury Cathedral: Classical Columns in the Trinity Chapel?"
Eric, Fernie, "Technical Terms and the Understanding of English Medieval Architecture".
Gapper, Claire, "The Impact of Inigo Jones on London Decorative Plasterwork"
Goodall, Ian and Richardson, Margaret, "A Recently Discovered Gandy Sketchbook".
Henderson, Paula, "Maps of Cranborne Manor in the Seventeenth Century".
Higgott, Gordon, "John Newman: An Appreciation".
Howard, Deborah, "Reflexions of Venice in Scottish Architecture".
Howard, Maurice, "A Drawing by 'Robertus Pyte for Henry VIII".
Jacques, David, "Garden Design in the mid Seventeenth Century".
Kauffmann, Michael, "John Newman at the Courtauld".
Kingsbury, Pamela, "The Tradition of the Soffitto Veneziano in Lord Burlingtons Suburban Villa at Chiswick".
Knott, Cherry Ann, "Sudbury Hall — Crewe Hall : A Close Connexion".
Maguire, Alison, "Radley Hall - The Rediscovery of a Country House".
Peacock, John and Anderson, Christy, "Inigo Jones, John Webb and Temple Bar".
Pearson, Sarah, "Boughton Monchelsea: The Pattern of Building in a Central Kent Parish".
Perry, Rachel, "Francois-Joseph Belangers Bath-House at the Hotel de Brancas".
Porter, Stephen and White, Adam, "John Colt and the Charterhouse Chapel".
Reid, Aileen, "Survival of the Smallest: The Sevenoaks Tenants Estate".
Salmon, Frank, "John Arthur Newman: A Bibliography of Books, Papers, Selected Reviews and Miscellanea".
Stevenson, Christine, "Carsten Anker Dines with the Younger George Dance, and Visits St. Lukes Hospital for the Insane".
Williams, Richard, "A Catholic Sculpture in Elizabethan England: Sir Thomas Treshams Reredos at Rushton Hall".
Williamson, Elizabeth and Jurica, John, "The Cottons at Whittington Court".
Woodley, Roger, "River Views: Transformations on the Thames".
Worsley Giles, "Inigo Jones and the Origins of the London Mews".
Anfam, David, Arshile Gorky Portraits, Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2002.
- - Review of Valencia and Madrid: Willem de Kooning, in The Burlington Magazine, December 2001.
Bracken, Susan, "Robert Cecil as Art Collector", in P. Croft ed., Patronage, Culture and Power, the Early Cecils, Studies in British Art, Yale University Press, 2002.
Cameron, Eric, English Roots, Lethbridge, Alberta: The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, 2001, exh. cat. of the exhibition of the authors art works by the same name.
Campbell, Thomas, Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence, exh. cat., Yale University Press, 2002.
Eustace, Katharine, Continuity and Change: Twentieth Century Sculpture in the Ashmolean Museum, Ashmolean Museum, 2001.
Gapper, Claire, Newman, John and Ricketts, Annabel, "Hatfield: A House for a Lord Treasurer", in P. Croft ed. Patronage, Culture and Power: The Early Cecils, Yale University Press, 2002.
Gee, Loveday, Women, Art and Patronage from Henry III to Edward III, 1216-1377, Boydell & Brewer Ltd., 2002.
Harwood, Laurie, Review of Schatborn, Peter, Drawn to Warmth:17th Century Dutch Artists in Italy, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, in The Burlington Magazine, October, 2001.
Hearn, Karen, "Insiders or Outsiders: Overseas-born artists at the Jacobean Court", From Strangers to Citizens, eds. R. Vigne and C. Littleton, Brighton and Portland, 2001, pp. 117-126.
Henderson, Paula, "A Shared Passion: The Cecils and their Gardens", P. Croft ed. Patronage, Culture and Power: The Early Cecils, Yale University Press, 2002.
Hiller von Gaertringen, Rudolf, "Seven scenes of the life of Saint Stephen by Martino di Bartolomeo in the Städel Institute at Frankfurt am Main; a proposal for their provenance, function and relationship with Simone Martinis Beato Agostino Novello Monument", ed. V. M. Schmidt, Italian Panel Painting of the Due-and Trecento; Function and Typology, National Gallery of Art, Washington and Yale University Press, Studies in the History of Art, Symposium Series, 2002, pp. 314-339.
- - "Giovanni Metzger, der Schneider Fantechi und Napoleon. Zur Erwerbungsgeschichte der S.Gaggio-Tafeln des Lorenzo di Credi in den Uffizien", in Opere e giorni; Studi su mille anni de arte europea dedicati a Max Seidl, eds. K. Bergholt and G. Bonsanti, Venice, Marsilia Editori, 2001, pp. 695-700.
- - Claritas. Das Hauptaltarbild im Dom von Siena nach1260.Die Rekonstruction. Conference report, Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg, Thuringen, with Institute for Art History and Architectural History of the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands, in Kunstkronik 55, July, 2002, pp 317-325.
Jowell, Frances, "From Thoré to Burger: the image of Dutch art before and after the "Musées de la Hollande", Bulletin van het Rijksmuseum, Jaargang 49, 2001, 1, pp. 44-60.
Klein, Holger, "Treasures Lost and Treasures Found: four closely related reliquaries of the True Cross", in Mitteilungen des Vereins für Spätantike Archeologie und Byzantinische Kunstgeschichte, 3, 2001, pp 77-104.
- - "Zwischen maniera greca und maniera italiana: Das Regensburger Gnadenbild und seine kunstlerischen Vorbilder", Arbeitshefte des Bayerischen Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege114, München, 2001, pp. 93-110.
Klein, John, Matisse Portraits,Yale University Press, 2001.
Knight, Caroline, "The Cecils at Wimbledon", P. Croft, ed. Patronage, Culture and Power: The Early Cecils, Yale University Press, 2002.
Leavitt Bourne, Marcy, "Talking with Ronald Pennell", The Medal, British Museum, No. 39, Autumn, 2001.
Lewis, Adrian, Roger Hilton, Lund Humphries, 2002.
- - "Place and Becoming", Art History, September, 2001.
Linder-Gaillard, Inge, "Stigmata, Icons and Reliquaries: Message from Saint-Gina", Gina Pana, exh. cat., John Hansard Gallery and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, 2002, pp 43-54.
- - "LArt Sacré en Franche-Comté depuis 1965", Bulletin du Centre de Recerche dArt Comtois, Université de Franche-Compté, January, 2002, pp. 63-76.
McAleer, J.P., "The North Portal of Durham Cathedral and the Problem of 'Sanctuary in Medieval Britain, The Antiquaries Journal No. 81, 2001, pp. 195-253.
Moorhead, Fiona, Essay in exh. cat. From Prodigy to Outcast: Simeon Solomon, Pre-Raphaelite Artist, The Jewish Museum, March-June, 2001.
Phillips, David, ed. Artspace, Arts Journal for Warwickshire and Coventry Areas. Published quarterly.
Pinnegar, Anne Noëlle, "17th and 18th Century German and Bohemian Covered Goblets", Masterpiece Magazine, Summer, 2001.
- - Sheraton Revived", Masterpiece Magazine, Autumn, 2001.
Platt, Verity, "Viewing, Desiring, Believing, Confronting the Divine in a Pompeian House, Art History, February, 2002, pp. 87-112.
Sekules, Veronica, Medieval Art, Oxford University Press, 2001.
Shepherd, Rowena, Attavist Tarot, Foulsham, 2002.
- - 1000Symbols, Thames and Hudson, 2002.
- - "The Home Life of Queen Victoria", English Heritage", 2002.
Steeds, Lucy, and Snow, Michael, eds. Almost Cover to Cover, exh. cat., Arnolfini, Bristol and Black Dog Publishing, London, 2001.
- - "Snow in England", essay in Almost Cover to Cover, Arnolfini, Bristol and Black Dog Publishing, London, 2001
- - "Times Printless Torrent", Presentness is Grace: Experiencing the suspended moment, Arnolfini, Bristol, 2001, reprinted in Filmwaves Magazine, Issue 18, No. 2, 2002.
Walker, Ian, City Gorged with Dreams: Surrealism and documentary photography in interwar Paris, Manchester University Press, 2002.
Woodley, Roger, The Blue Guide, London, A & C Black, London, 2002.
Woodward, Antony, Propellerhead, HarperCollins, 2002;
- - 'Aviator column, Country Life.
Wright, Christopher, From Medieval to Regency, Old Masters in the Collection of the Ferens Art Gallery, Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston-upon-Hull, June 2002.
- - Rembrandt, Finnish translation, 2002.
Zale, Lawrence, and Temple, Philip, "Donations of Art: They Are Not Just Appropriate For Museums", in Trusts and Estates, the Journal of Wealth Management for Estate Planning Professionals, USA, April, 2001.