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    Jarry, Madeleine

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    Jeffares, Neil

    Neil Jeffares is an independent art historian. He is the author of the Dictionary of Pastellists before 1800, published in 2006, and maintains the online edition at www.pastellists.com.

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    Dictionary of Pastellists (2006)

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    Jeffery, Celina

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    Jeffett, William

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    Jenkins, A. D. Fraser

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    Jenkins, C. K.

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    Jenkins, G. K.

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    Jenkins, Ian

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    Jenkins, Susan

    Susan Jenkins is Senior Curator, Special Projects at English Heritage.

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    Jennett, Sean

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    Jervis, Simon

    Simon Swynfen Jervis is an independent scholar and Chairman of the Furniture History Society, the Walpole Society and the Trustees of Sir John Soane’s Museum.

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    Printed Furniture Designs Before 1660 (1974)

    High Victorian Design (1983)

    The Penguin Dictionary of Design and Designers (1984)

    Furniture of about 1900 in the Victoria & Albert Museum (1986)

    Victorian and Edwardian Decorative Art, The Handley-Read Collection (1972)

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    Jestaz, Bertrand

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    Jeudwine, Wynne

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    Jewitt, James R.

    James R. Jewitt is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pittsburgh, studying landscape in Venetian painting during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

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    Jianou, Ionel

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    Jirat-Wasiutyński, Vojtěch

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    Joachim, Harold

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    Joannides, Paul

    Paul Joannides is Professor of Art History at the University of Cambridge.

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    Jobst, Christoph

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    John, Augustus Edwin

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    John, C. H. S.

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    John, Frederick

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    Johns, Catherine

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    Johns, Christopher M. S.

    Christopher M.S. Johns is the Norman and Roselea Golberg Professor of History of Art at Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN.

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    Papal Art and Cultural Politics: Rome in the Age of Clement XI (1993)

    Antonio Canova and the Politics of Patronage in Revolutionary and Napoleonic Europe (1998)

    The Visual Culture of Catholic Enlightenment (Forthcoming)

     

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    Johnson, C. Richard, Jr.

    C. Richard Johnson Jr is the Geoffrey S.M. Hedrick Senior Professor of Engineering, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca NY. 

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    Johnson, Deborah

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    Johnson, Diana F.

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    Johnson, Don H.

    Don H. Johnson is J.S. Abercrombie Professor Emeritus at Rice University, Houston, in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. 

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    ‘Toward a theory of information processing’, Signal Processing (2007; with S. Sinanovic)

    ‘Neurally plausible sparse coding via thresholding and local competition’, Neural Computation (2008; C.J. Rozell, R.G. Baraniuk and B.A. Olshausen)

    ‘Inferring the capacity of the vector Poisson channel with a Bernoulli model’, Network: Computation in Neural Systems (2008; with I.N. Goodman)

    ‘Information theory and neural information processing’, IEEE Trans. Information Theory (2010)

    ‘On the utility of spectral-maximum-based automated thread counting from X-rays of paintings on canvas’, Studies in Conservation (2011; C.R. Johnson, Jr., N. Hamashima, H.S. Yang, and E. Hendriks)

    ‘Detecting weft snakes’, Art Matters (2012; with C.R. Johnson, Jr., I. Verslype, R. Lugtigheid and R.G. Erdmann)

    ‘Canvas matches in Vermeer: A case study in the fabric analysis of canvas supports’, Metropolitan Museum Journal (2012; W. Liedtke and C.R. Johnson, Jr.)

    ‘Velázquez in Fraga: A new hypothesis about the portraits of El Primo and Philip IV’, The Burlington Magazine (2012; with P. Pérez d'Ors and C.R. Johnson, Jr.)

    ‘A spectral approach to the weave analysis of paintings on canvas’, Signal Processing (2012; with C.R. Johnson, Jr. and R.G. Erdmann)  

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    Johnson, E. D. H.

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    Johnson, Ellen H.

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    Johnson, Geraldine A.

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    Johnson, Lee

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    Johnston, Alan

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    Johnston, Catherine

    Catherine Johnston is a freelance art historian. She is currently preparing a catalogue raisonné of the drawings of Guido Reni.

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    Johnston, Elizabeth

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    Johnstone, J. H.

    (Charles) John Hope-Johnstone, 1883-1970
    Acting Editor of The Burlington Magazine from July 1919 until December 1920. Occasional contributor, as J. H. Johnstone, from 1919 to 1932.
    Charles John Hope-Johnstone was a writer, lecturer, photographer and journalist. Son of William James Hope Johnstone and Emily Mary Baillie, he was educated at Bradfield, Hanover and Trinity College, Cambridge.
    In 1911-1912 Hope-Johnstone tutored the children of Augustus John, with whom he was on friendly terms. John had a high opinion of Hope-Johnstone’s abilities and believed him to be a “living Encyclopaedia Britannica”. John, however, did occasionally get tired of Hope-Johnstone’s mannerisms and eccentricities and described him to his wife Dorelia as a “garroulous creature and extremely irritating”. Hope-Johnstone was the sitter of several sketches by John, including a famous etching that shows him with his customary oval glasses, bandaged with an oriental scarf and his face still scarred while recovering from measles.
    Hope-Johnstone had recently begun to be interested in photography  - his earliest attributed work is dated 1909 – and while staying with the Johns he produced several atmospheric close portraits of Augustus John’s son, Pyramus (National Portrait Gallery, London).
    Hope-Johnstone travelled extensively and had varied and eclectic interests. In 1912, he embarked to a trip to the Far East with his life-long friend, the writer and historian Gerald Brenan, but they parted after having walked through Italy. During the First World War Hope-Johnstone served in the British Intelligence Service in Greece with Compton Mackenzie, and later they become joint editors of the Gramophone, where Hope-Johnstone reviewed the latest records under the pseudonym of James Caskett.
    In his autobiography, Branen stated that in 1919  “Hope had been offered by Roger Fry the editorship of the Burlington Magazine and had accepted it. He not only wanted to remain in London, but had no money to settle abroad”. More Adey and Lionel Cust had recently left the joint editorship of The Burlington Magazine, tired of Fry’s hegemony, and Fry himself had resigned. Fry’s resignation, however, was pro forma only as he continued to be highly influential at the magazine. Adey suspected Hope-Johnstone, who did not have any art historical background, to be just a figurehead in Fry’s hands, a fact which seems confirmed by Hope-Johnstone’s scarce critical contributions to The Burlington Magazine, either during or after his editorship.
    When Hope-Johnstone left the Burlington, he spent some time in southern Spain with Gerald Brenan with the intention to master the art of photography. His only surviving works for this period, some intense portraits of Gerald Brenan and Augustus John (National Portrait Gallery, London), all date from this time.
    Hope-Johnstone lived a long and eventful life. He lived in Bali and Beiing, was prisoner of war in Japan during the Second World War and a lecturer at Istanbul University in the late 1940s. He spent much time in Paris where he knew many artists, such as Derain, Modigliani, Soutine and Chagall. Described as ‘one of the last eighteen century dilettanti’, Hope-Johnstone was too an art collector, of ancient as well as modern art - the Greek icon described by More Adey in his article on the Akhatist Hymn belonged to him.
    It would be perhaps unjust to dismiss Hope-Johnstone merely as an amateur on the account of his colourful biography and limited literary and artistic production. His few remaining photographs and writings afford us glimpses of a fascinating yet still unexplored personality and his brief editorship of The Burlington Magazine continued in the formal and eclectic tradition established by Fry. 
    Barbara Pezzini, April 2010
    Select Bibliography: DENYS SUTTON (editor), Letters of Roger Fry, p. 725; Gerald Brenan, A life of one's own, 1975, p. 240; MICHAEL HOLROYD, Augustus John, a Biography, London, 1974, pp. 491-495. BENEDICT NICOLSON, ‘The Burlington Magazine’, Connoisseur, 1976, pp. 176-183; CAROLINE ELAM, 'A More and More Important Work: Roger Fry and The Burlington Magazine’, The Burlington Magazine, March 2003, pp. 142-152

        
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    Joll, Evelyn

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