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    N.-H., W. B. R.

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    Nace, Nicholas D.

    Nicholas D. Nace is an independent art historian.

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    Naef, Hans

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    Naessens, Luke

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    Napoli, Nick

    Nick Napoli is Visiting Professor of History of Art and Design at Pratt Institute, New York.

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    Nash, Ernest

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    Nash, Steven A.

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    Nash, Susie

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    National Gallery of Art

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    Navarro, Antonio de

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    Neal, Kenneth

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    Neale, Anne

    Anne Neale is Co-ordinator of History and Theory in the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Tasmania. Her current research focuses on three figures associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: Edward La Trobe Bateman, Anna Mary Howitt and Charles Allston Collins.

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    Nees, Lawrence

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    Neilson, Christina

    Christina Neilson is Assistant Professor of Renaissance and Baroque Art History at Oberlin College.

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    ‘Painting Desire: Parmigianino’s Antea’, The Frick Collection Members’Magazine (Fall/Winter 2007)

    ‘Carving Life: The Meaning of Wood in Early Modern European Sculpture’ in C. Anderson, A. Dunlop and P.H. Smith, Shaping Objects Art (Forthcoming)

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