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    Walton, Paul H.

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    Walton, Peter

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    Walton, William

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    Walworth, Julia

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    Wan, Katy

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    Ward, F. A. B.

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    Ward, John

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    Ward, Rachel

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    Ward, Roger

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    Ward-Jackson, Peter

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    Ward-Jackson, Philip

    Philip Ward-Jackson has retired and is writing on ­different aspects of 19th-century sculpture.

    Publications:

    Public Sculpture of the City of London (2004)

    ‘A.-E. Carrier-Belleuse, J.-J. Feuchère and the Sutherlands’, Burlington Magazine (March 1985)

    ‘Lord Ronald Gower, Gustave Doré and the Genesis of the Shakespeare Memorial at Stratford-on Avon’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes (1987)

    ‘French Modellers in the Potteries’ in: P. Atterbury, ed., The Parian Phenomenon (1989)

    ‘Carlo Marochetti and the Glasgow Wellington Memorial’, Burlington Magazine (December 1990)

    ‘Expiatory Monuments by Carlo Marochetti in Dorset and the Isle of Wight’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes (1990)

    ‘The French Background of Royal Monuments at Windsor and Frogmore’, Church Monuments (1993)

    ‘Marochetti et les photographes’, Revue de l’Art (1994)

    ‘The Molière Fountain’, Antologia di Belle Arti, (1994)

    ‘Reinvesting the Idol: J.-K. Huysmans and Sculpture’, Burlington Magazine (December 1996)

    ‘The Sculpture of the July Monarchy’, The Sculpture Journal (1998)

    ‘Carlo Marochetti: maintaining distinction in an international sculpture market’ in: C. Sicca and A. Yarrington, eds., The Lustrous Trade: material culture and the history of sculpture in England and Italy 1700-1860 (2000)

    ‘Carlo Marochetti and the Tombs of Napoleon at the Dôme des Invalides, Paris, and the Duke of Wellington at St Paul’s Cathedral, London’, Church Monuments (2004)

    ‘A Sculptor Mayor and His Family: “Le mariage civil” by Henri Gervex’, Sculpture Journal (2005)

    ‘”Is the Pedestal to be the Capital part of it?” Pictorialism and the Pedestal of Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square’ in: A. Gerstein, ed., Display and Displacement, Sculpture and the Pedestal from renaissance to Post-Modern (2007)

    ‘I Fratelli Fabbricotti. Il marmo di Carrara e la scultura inglese nel periodo della Great Exhibition’ in S. Berresford, ed.,“Sognando il marmo”: Cultura e commercio del marmo tra Carrara, Gran Bretagna e il Impero (2009)

     

     

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    Ward-Perkins, Bryan

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    Ward-Perkins, J. B.

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    Wardle, Patricia

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    Wardrop, James

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    Wardwell, Allen

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    Wark, Robert R.

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    Warner, Langdon

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    Warner, Lauren

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    Warner, Malcolm

    Malcolm Warner is Deputy Director of the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth TX. 

    Publications:

    Portrait Painting (1979)

    The Phaidon Companion to Art and Artists in the British Isles (1980; with M. Jacobs)

    Tissot (1982)

    Rainy Days at Brig o’Turk. The Highland Sketchbooks of John Everett Millais, 1853 (1983; co-editor with M. Lutyens)

    French and British Paintings from 1600 to 1800 in The Art Institute of Chicago. A Catalogue of the Collection (1996; with S. Wise)

    Friendship and Loss in the Victorian Portrait: May Sartoris by Frederic Leighton (2009)

     

     

     

     

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    Warner, Marina

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    Warner, Oliver

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    Warr, Cordelia

    Cordelia Warr is Senior Lecturer in Art History and Visual Studies at the University of Manchester. Her book Dressing for Heaven: Religious clothing in Italy, 1215–1545 will be published in 2010.

    Publications:

    Dressing for Heaven: Religious clothing in Italy, 1215–1545 (2010)

    Art and Architecture in Naples, 1266-1713 (2010; editor with J. Elliott)

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    Warren, David B.

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    Warren, Jeremy

    Jeremy Warren is Collections and Academic Director at the Wallace Collection, London.

    Publications:

    ‘Going, Going Wrong: Our Disappearing Art Heritage’, Museums & Galleries Commission Annual Report 1989-90  (1990)

    ‘1992 and the movement of works of art’, Museums and Europe (1992)

    ‘The Museum in Contemporary Society’, Proceedings of the VIIIth International Congress of the World Federation of Friends of Museums (1993)

    `Movement Control: the legislative framework and practicalities’, European Museum Documentation: Strategies and Standards (1993)

    A Handlist of Bronzes and other small Sculpture displayed in the Fortnum Gallery of the Ashmolean Museum (1994)

    ‘The European Community and Heritage Protection: Boom or bust?’,  Museum Archaeology in Europe (1994)

    ‘The Renaissance Medal and Reflections of History’, Art Quarterly, (Autumn 1994)

    ‘Renaissance Bronzes in the Fortnum Gallery’, The Ashmolean  (Christmas 1994)

    The Legal Status of Museum Collections in the UK (1996)

    ‘Bode and the British’, Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen (1996)

    ‘Fortnum and the Della Robbia’, Apollo, 145 (1997)

    `The British Museum's Michelangelo Acquisitions and the Casa Buonarroti’, Journal of the History of Collections  (1998; with D.Thornton)

    `A Bust of Lorenzo de'Medici in Oxford’, The Sculpture Journal (1998)

    `Two Cardinals' Seals from Renaissance Rome', The Ashmolean (Christmas 1998)

    Renaissance Master Bronzes from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. The Fortnum Collection (1999)

    `The Rossellino Affair’, Journal of the History of Collections (1999) 

    `Francesco Francia and the art of sculpture in Renaissance Bologna', The Burlington Magazine (April 1999)

    `Severo Calzetta, detto Severo da Ravenna’, in: Donatello e il suo tempo: Il bronzetto a Padova nel Quattrocento e nel Cinquecento, exh. cat. (March-July 2001; Padua, Palazzo della Ragione)

    "'The Faun who plays on the Pipes”: A New Attribution to Desiderio da Firenze’, in: D. Pincus, ed., Small Bronzes in the Renaissance (2001)

    `La prima donna nel mondo: Isabella d’Este in the Ashmolean’, The Ashmolean (Summer 2001)

    `Courtly Love on a Medieval Ivory Mirror’, The Ashmolean (Spring 2002; with M. Kauffmann)

    `Bronzes in the Wernher Collection’, Apollo (May 2002)

    ‘Sir Hans Sloane as a collector of small sculpture’, Apollo (February 2004)

    Seeing Secret Harmonies. Pictures of Anthony Powell (2005; with F. Mount, D.J. Taylor and H. Spurling)

    'Forgery in Risorgimento Florence.  Bastianini's "Giovanni delle Bande Nere" in the Wallace Collection', The Burlington Magazine (November 2005)

    Auctions, Agents and Dealers.  The Mechanisms of the Art Market 1660-1830, (Studies in the History of Collections 3)  (2007; edited with A.Turpin)

    ‘Gaspare Fantuzzi: a patron of sculpture in Renaissance Bologna’, The Burlington Magazine, (December 2007)

    Carlo Paggiarino, Tobias Capwell, Jeremy Warren, The Wallace Collection. A Celebration of Arms and Armour at Hertford House (2008; with C. Paggiarino and T. Capwell)

    ‘The 4th Marquess of Hertford’s early years as a collector’, The Burlington Magazine (August 2008)

    Two Doccia Figures in the Wallace Collection’, Amici di Doccia. Quaderni  (2009)

    ‘Lady Dorothy Long: an early benefactor of the Ashmolean’, The Ashmolean (Summer 2009)

    Beauty and Power.  Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Peter Marino Collection, exh. cat. (2010; London, The Wallace Collection)

    ‘A New Realism: Art in Renaissance North Europe’ in: S. Parissien, ed., Compton Verney  (2010)

    Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Sculpture in the Ashmolean Museum (2011)

    ‘Antico’s '"Nude of the Tortoise”’, Nuovi Studi (2011)

    A new portrait bust by Antico, The Burlington Magazine (January 2011)

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