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    Lane, Arthur

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    Lane, Terence

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    Lanes, Jerrold

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    Lang, Alastair

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    Lang, Andrew

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    Lang, Karen

    Karen Lang is Professor of History of Art at the University of Warwick and is working on a book on Philip Guston and the allegory of painting.

     

     

    Publications:

    ‘The Dialectics of Decay:  Rereading the Kantian Subject’, The Art Bulletin (September 1997)

    Chaos and Cosmos: On the Image in Aesthetics and Art History (2006)

    ‘The Far in the Near’ (solicited response), The Art Bulletin (March 2007)

    ‘Voluptuous Unease: David Maisel’s Library of Dust’, Getty Research Journal (2009)

    ‘Sir Ernst Gombrich and the Barber from Tuscany’, Human Affairs.  A Postdisciplinary Journal for Humanities & Social Sciences (September 2009)

    ‘Eric Fischl’s Tumbling Woman, 9/11 and “timeless time”’, Future Anterior:  Journal of Historic Preservation, Theory and Criticism (Winter 2011) 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Langdon, Helen

    Helen Langdon  is an independent scholar and is currently working on the sublime in seventeenth-century Italian landscape. 

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    Lange, Marit Ingeborg

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    Langedijk, Karla

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    Langham Hooper, Nancy

    Nancy Langham Hooper is an independent art historian based in Melbourne, Australia. She recently completed her Ph.D. at Oxford Brookes University.

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