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Abstract Introduction In connection with the 50th-anniversarry celebrations of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, a conference was held in November 2006 at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, jointly organized by the Center, the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in...
Abstract Shifting focus In the classic history of landscape architecture, Norman Newton's Design on the Land, the noted Harvard professor implied he was drawn to the profession by a series of photographs depicting the creation of the Bronx River Parkway, which appeared in official reports and...
Abstract In Jan Collaert's engraving after Maerten de Vos, God is depicted as a benevolent patriarch engaged in his Creation (figurer). Slightly later, the print was reissued by a different publisher (C.J. Visscher) under the more specific title of The Creation of Eve (figure 2). Here,...
Abstract The experience of collage begins on an edge: as a rupture or cut in presumed categories and normative traditions. Picasso described it as an act of defiance, of ‘throwing a little dust in the eyes of our horrible canvas’, as he put it in a 1912 letter to Braque.2 Yet for all its...
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