A fine clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. CXXXIV ~ No. 353, published in July 1991. Contents include scholarly articles on "The Sainsbury Wing at the National Gallery" ~ "The Maecenas of the Mojave : Walter Annenberg at Home", by Elspeth Moncrieff ~ "Degas and Corot : The Affinity between Two Artists' Artists", by Michael Clarke ~ "Was Seurat's Art Wagnerian ? And What if it Was?", by Paul Smith ~ ""The Most Merciless Draughtsman in the World" : The Drawings of Edgar Degas", by Richard Kendall ~ "The St. Martin's Lane Academy : True and False Records", by Martin Postle ~ "Complexity and Contradiction : Venturi, Scott Brown and the Contemporary Art Museum", by Helen Searing ~ "The Tareq Rajab Museum in Kuwait City : Surviving the Invasion", by Marian Wenzel ~ "Exhibition Reviews ~ I.- "Corot to Monet", by Homan Potterton ~ II.- "Corot in Manchester and Norwich : The Art of Landscape", by Kenneth McConkey ~ III.- "Ambroise Vollard at Agnew's : The Entrepreneur and the Peintres-Graveurs", by Polly Chiapetta ~ IV.- "Cross-Eyed but Well Collected : Guercino in Britain", by Rodney Palmer ~ V.- "A Swiss Cabinet of Wonders : The Amerbach-Kabinett in Basel", by John Rowlands ~ VI.- "Going Abstract : Victor Pasmore / Desmond Morris", by James Burr, and VII.- "A Distinguished Assembly : Old Masters at Harari and Johns", by Charles McCorquodale", plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.
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