A fine clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. CXXXII ~ No. 344, published in October 1990. Contents include scholarly articles on "Vulliamy Clocks and British Sculpture", by Timothy Clifford ~ "Rubens's "owne pourtrait"", by David Howarth ~ "Marshall Richelieu's Genoese Textiles", by Marzia Cataldi Gallo ~ "Sir William Coldstream Remembered", by Martin Postle ~ "Castelli Maiolica : The Collection of Sir Brinsley Ford", by Howard Coutts ~ "Disneyland in Greenwich : The Restoration of the Queen's House", by John Harris ~ "The Art Market : Old Fashioned Values : Old Master Drawings", by Gertrude Prescott Nuding, and "Exhibition Reviews ~ I.- "Titian : A Call for Natural Light", by Paul Ioannides ~ II.- "Ethereal Engineering", by James Burr ~ III.- "A Modern Entretien between Poussin and Cezanne", by Jeremy Wood ~ IV.- "Good News from Aix...Bad News from Arles", by Mark Gisbourne ~ V.- "Quiet Enjoyment", by John Christian, and VI.- "An Unlimited Fancy : Flowered Silks at the Victoria and Albert Museum", by Patricia Wardle", plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.
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