A fine clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. CXXXIII ~ No. 351, published in May 1991. Contents include scholarly articles on "It Must Not Happen : Shunting the National Monuments Record off to Swindon", by John Harris ~ "George Brookshaw : The Case of the Vanishing Cabinet-Maker : Part I", by Lucy Wood ~ "Napoleon's "Fauteuil de Malade" : A New Identification", by Martin Levy ~ "Thomas Blockley of Birmingham : One of the First Locksmiths in the Kingdom", by Joan Lane ~ "Valadier Workshop Drawings : The Discovery of a Goldsmith's Archive", by Elspeth Moncrieff ~ "Further Drawings from Valadier's Workshop : The Silver Designs of Giovanni Bettati", by John Winter ~ "Lamps from Luigi of Rome for Wardour Castle Chapel", by Eleanor Thompson ~ "Procaccini's "Dead Christ" : Placing an Unusual Composition in it's Context", by Michael Bury ~ "Henrietta Maria's "House of Delight" : French Influence and Iconography in the Queen's House, Greenwich", by Susan Alexandra Sykes ~ "Found and Lost : Tracking Down Art in Polish Museums", by Thomas Tuohy ~ "Exhibition Reviews ~ I.- "The Rome that Never Was", by J.G. Links ~ II.- "Ernest Cook's Collection : A Major but Little-known Benefactor", by Catherine Milner ~ III.- "Royal Goldsmiths : The Heritage of the House of Garrard", by A.R.E. North ~ IV.- ""Little Pictures for Little Patrons" : Camden Town Painters", by Iain Gale ~ V.- "The Vagaries of Modern British Art", by James Burr, and VI.- "Modern Painters : A Memorial Exhibition for Peter Fuller", by Mary Rose Beaumont, plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.
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