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    apollo ~ vol. clxviii ~ no. 557 ~ september 2008

    Antique Apollo ~ Vol. CLXVIII ~ No. 557 ~ September 2008

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    A fine clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. CLXVIII ~ No. 557, published in September 2008. Contents include scholarly articles on, "Susan Moore previews Paris's Biennale des Antiquaires" ~ Louise Nicholson talks to Rodica Seward, owner of auction house Tajan" ~ "Parcours des Mondes : Tribal Art in Paris", by Annie Blinkhorn ~ "The scholarship of Marc Fumaroli, Academician and President of the Amis du Louvre", by Robert Oresko ~ "Four recent additions to the Waddesdon Collection", by Juliet Carey ~ "The 3rd Earl of Egremont's French Furniture at Petworth House", by Peter Hughes ~ "Two Japonisme Porcelain Services by Felix Bracquemond", by Larry Simms ~ "A controversial masterpiece by the Irish Arts and Crafts designer Wilhelmina Geddes", by Nicola Gordon Bowe ~ "The return to Cork of two historic collections of paintings", by William Laffan ~ "The market for Irish Decorative Arts", by Isabel Andrews ~ "The Carnegie International in Pittsburgh", by Vincent Katz ~ Exhibition Reviews ~ { I } "Painting Family : The De Brays : Master Painters of the !7th Century in Holland" : Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem : Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, by Jorg Zutter ~ { II } "El Greco to Velazquez : Art during the Reign of Philip III" : Museum of Fine Arts, Boston : Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, by Jonathan Lopez ~ { III } "Women Impressionists : Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassat, Eva Gonzales, Marie Bracquemond" : Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt : Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Legion of Honour, by Jeffrey Meyers ~ { IV } "Radical Light : Italian Divisionist Painters1891 - 1919" : National Gallery, London : Kunsthaus Zurich, by John Russell Taylor, and { V } "Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine", by Gillian Darley ~ Book Reviews { I } Gillian Wilson, { et al. }, "French Furniture and Gilt Bronzes, Baroque and Regence : Catalogue of the J. Paul Getty Collection", by Carolyn Sargentson ~ { II } Eileen Harris, "The Country Houses of Robert Adam from the Archives of Country Life", by John Martin Robinson ~ { III } Ernst Vegelin van Claerbergen and Barnaby Wright, { Eds. }, "Renoir at the Theatre : Looking at La Loge", by Paul Bonaventura, and { IV } Jacqueline Thalman, { Ed. }, "40 Years of Christ Church Picture Gallery", by Michael Hall, plus regular monthly features. Soft covers, 146 pages.

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