A fine clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. CXLIV ~ No. 418, published in December 1996 and considering the past year in review. Contents include "The Apollo Awards for 1996" ~ Exhibition of the Year ~ "Degas : Beyond Impressionism" ~ "Dutch Art in Washington", by Yonna Yapou ~ Book of the Year ~ "The Dictionary of Art" ~ Acquisition of the Year ~ ""Still Life with Apples", by Paul Cezanne, Purchased by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu" ~ "The Dark Side of "The Kitten", : A Wright of Derby for Kenwood", by Julius Bryant ~ "Dutch Acquisitions in Washington", by Yonna Yapou ~ "Acquisitions of Seventeenth-Century Painting at the Tate Gallery", by Karen Hearn ~ "Oppe Collection goes to Tate", by Robin Hamlyn ~ Personality of the Year ~ "Neil MacGregor, Director, The National Gallery" ~ "Attendance Figures 1996 : A Selective Record" ~ Museum Openings and Renovations ~ "The Restored Silver Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum", by Elspeth Moncrieff ~ "Taxation and Admission Charges in the U.K.", by Martin Bailey ~ "The New Dutch Cabinet Galleries in Washington", by Yonna Yapou ~ "The Birth of the Museo Civico Amedeo Lia at La Spezia", by Charles Avery ~ "Leighton : The Truth? Frederick, Lord Leighton and his Relationship with Lily and Fred Mason", by Caroline Dakers ~ "Adolph Menzel : An Artist's Career between National Empire and International Modernity", by Francoise Forster-Hahn ~ "Colour and Relief on Byzantine Sculpture : The Contribution of an Icon in Steatite", by Clare Brisby, and, "N.P. of the B. of E. : Working with Pevsner", by John Harris, plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.
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