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    Wright, Alastair

    Alastair Wright is Tutorial Fellow and University Lecturer in Art History, St John’s College, Oxford.

    Publications:

    Matisse and the Subject of Modernism (2004)

    ‘The Work of Imitation: Turkish Modernism and the Generation of 1914,’ in: Edges of Empire: Orientalism and Visual Culture (2005)

    ‘Ford Madox Brown’s The Body of Harold: Representing England at Mid-Century’, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide (Autumn 2007)

    ‘From Fauvism to Orientalism: Concurrences with Matisse’ in: Van Dongen, exh. cat. (2008; Monaco, Musée Nouveau d’Art Moderne)

    ‘Thoughts on Difference in India and Elsewhere’, Art Bulletin (December 2008)

    ‘Mourning, Painting, and the Commune: Maximilien Luce’s A Paris Street in 1871’, Oxford Art Journal (Summer 2009)

    Paradise Remembered: Gauguin’s Noa Noa Suite, exh. cat. (2010; with C. Brown; Princeton University Art Museum)

     

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    Wright, Alison

    Alison Wright is a Reader in the Department of History of Art, University College London.

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    Wright, Barbara

    Barbara Wright is Professor Emerita of French Literature, Trinity College, Dublin.

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    Wright, Barnaby

    Barnaby Wright is the Daniel Katz Curator of 20th- century Art at the Courtauld Gallery, London. In 2006, he curated the Courtauld’s exhibition Oscar Kokoschka: The Prometheus Triptych and he is currently working on Frank Auerbach: The London Building Site Paintings 1952–62, to be held 2009–10.

     

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    Wright, Christopher

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    Wright, D. R. Edward

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    Wright, William

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    Wrigley, Richard

    Richard Wrigley is Professor of Art History at the University of Nottingham. He is currently writing a book on representations of Rome.

    Publications:

    The Origins of French Art Criticism: the Ancien Régime to the Restoration (1993)

    Pathologies of Travel (2000; editor with G. Revill)

    Gender and Architecture (2000; editor with L. Durning)

    The Politics of Appearances: Representations of Dress in Revolutionary France (2002)

    Pantheons: Transformations of a Monumental Idea (2004; editor with M. Craske)

    Regarding Romantic Rome (2007; editor)

    Roman Fever: art, influence, and the experience of Rome (Forthcoming) 

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    Wuestman, Gerdien

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    Wunder, Amanda

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