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    Cachin, Françoise

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    Cacho Casal, Marta

    Marta Cacho Casal is a Research Fellow at Oxford Brookes University. She is currently writing a book on the history of reading among artists in the late Renaissance period.

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    Caddie, Alfred J.

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    Cadogan, Jean K.

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    Caffrey, Paul

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    Cafritz, Robert C.

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    Caglioti, Francesco

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    Cagnola, Guido

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    Cahill, James

    James Cahill is a writer and critic. He is researching a PhD at Cambridge University on the impact of ­classical myth on contemporary art. He is the author of a forthcoming book on Maggi Hambling (to be published spring 2015).

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    Cahn, Isabelle

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    Cahn, Walter

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    Caiger-Smith, Alan

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    Caiger-Smith, Martin

    Martin Caiger-Smith teaches at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. 

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    Antony Gormley (2010) 

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    Cailleux, Jean

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    Cala-Lesina, Gabriela

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    Calbi, Emilia

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    Caldwell, Dorigen

    Dorigen Caldwell is a lecturer in Italian Renaissance Art at Birbeck, University of London.

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    Calkins, Robert G.

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    Callahan, Meghan

    Meghan Callahan is a fine arts consultant and researcher in London.

    Publications:

    ‘Il nuovo ruolo delle donne artiste’ in: S. Zuffi, (ed.), Storia dell’Arte (2006; with Jonathan K. Nelson)

    ‘”In her name and with her money”, Suor Domenica da Paradiso’s Convent of la Crocetta in Florence’ in: A. Festschrift for Rab Hatfield, B. Deimling, J.K. Nelson, G. Radke, (eds.), Italian Art, Society and Politics (2007)

    ‘An Annunciation Pair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London’ in: A. Bregno (ed.), Il senso della forma, C. Strinati and C. Crescentini (2008)

    ‘Set in Stone:Monumental Altar Frames in Renaissance Florence’, Renaissance Studies, Special Issue in connection with the Medieval & Renaissance Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum (2010; with D. Cooper)

    ‘Suor Domenica da Paradiso as “alter Christus”: Portraits of a Renaissance Mystic’, The Sixteenth Century Journal (2012)

     

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    Callegari, Raimondo

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    Callen, Anthea

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    Callender, Geoffrey

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    Callmann, Ellen

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    Calloway, Stephen

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    Calvocoressi, Richard

    Richard Calvocoressi is Director of the Henry Moore Foundation. He was formerly a curator at the Tate Gallery, London (1979–87), and Director of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (1987–2007).

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