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Editorial

National schools and British taste

An exhibition and an acquisition at the National Gallery, London.

Article (6)

Some identifications of paintings in the collection of ‘le grand Colbert’

By Jean-Claude Boyer

New identifications from the 1683 posthumous inventory of the picture collection of Le Grand Colbert.

Gustave Moreau and Ingres

By Peter Cooke

The influence of the work of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres on the paintings of Gustave Moreau.

Fantin-Latour: a newly discovered album

By Melissa Berry

An album of texts and drawings by Henri Fantin-Latour and friends, discovered in the city archives of Stoke-on-Trent.

Manet and his London critics revisited

By Ed Lilley

Previously neglected British press coverage of exhibitions of Manet’s work in London.

Sisley’s house at Louveciennes

By Ronald Pickvance

Unpublished photographs identifying the location of Alfred Sisley’s house in Louveciennes, the scene of several of his paintings made there between 1872 and 1874.

Seurat’s hidden self-portrait

By Aviva Burnstock and Karen Serres

A hidden self-portrait of Seurat revealed beneath the mirror in his Young woman powdering herself (1889–90).

Book Review (9)

Paris 1650–1900. Decorative Arts in the Rijksmuseum, R. Baarsen

Reviewed by Helen Jacobsen

Spanish Drawings in the Princeton University Art Gallery, L.A. Banner

Reviewed by Zahira Veliz

Artists and Amateurs: Etching in Eighteenth-Century France, P. Stein

Reviewed by Antony Griffiths

Ireland and the Picturesque: Design, Landscape Painting and Tourism, 1700–1840, F. O’Kane

Reviewed by Robert O'Byrne

The Buildings of Ireland. South Ulster: Armagh, Cavan and Monaghan, K.J. Mulligan

Reviewed by Peter Rankin

Rodin, A. Le-Normand-Romain

Reviewed by Philip Ward-Jackson

Malevich Paints: The Seeing Eye, P. Railing

Reviewed by Peter Stupples

Chatting with Henri Matisse: The Lost 1941 Interview, S. Guilbaut, ed.

Reviewed by Lee Hallman

Out of Time: Philip Guston and the Refiguration of Postwar American Art, R. Slifkin

Reviewed by David Kaufman

Exhibition Review (11)

Turner and the Sea

Reviewed by Richard Green

De Chirico sculpture

Reviewed by Robert Radford

Hockney Printmaker

Reviewed by Marina Vaizey

Contemporary Chinese art

Reviewed by Celia White

John Craxton

Reviewed by Frances Spalding

Illuminated manuscripts

Reviewed by Nicholas Herman

Danish Golden Age painting

Reviewed by Martin Butlin

Recent shows

Reviewed by Anne Blood

Hopper Drawing

Reviewed by Robert Silberman

Sorolla

Reviewed by Richard R. Brettell

Robert Indiana

Reviewed by David Anfam

Letter (1)

Letter

By Paul Joannides

Obituary (1)

John Ingamells (1934–2013)

By Brian Allen

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