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    • Tommaso Salini revisited: two new attributions 

      Thom, Aaron James (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      Tommaso Salini (c.1575–1625) is a frequently forgotten Baroque artist that fell under Caravaggio’s spell, despite having a tempestuous relationship with the great painter. Salini, also known as Mao, was a friend of Giovanni ...
    • "An urge to take off from the earth": how Malevich embodies the role of 'shamanic artist' in his early career. 

      Gill, Charlotte Lucy (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      The article submitted will bear the following title: “An Urge To Take Off From The Earth”: How Malevich Embodies The Role of ‘Shamanic Artist’ In His Early Career. Its main arguments can be summarized as follows: Firstly ...
    • Development of Social Structures within a changing Museum Frame 

      Nielsen, Jane K (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      This paper looks at how social and epistemological structures have developed within museums. It focuses on the definitions of Michel Foucault´s discourses and Niklas Luhmann’s definitions of social systems and seeks to ...
    • Vredeman de Vries: geometry and freedom 

      Recktenwald, Olaf (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      As a result of his highly imaginative perspectival illustrations, late sixteenth-century Dutch architect Hans Vredeman de Vries remained at the pivot point of transferring perspectival developments from Italy to a northern ...
    • Park fiction - a participatory artistic park project 

      Rühse, Viola (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      The extraordinary green recreational area Park Fiction was proposed, planned, and established by a group of artists, residents, and local institutions in Hamburg from 1994 until 2005. The project was financially supported ...
    • Price and Gilpin in the cottage garden: reading the picturesque in late Victorian watercolors 

      Palmor, Lauren (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      In his book American Picturesque, John Conron asserts that the picturesque “leads a nineteenth-century life very much distinguishable from its eighteenth century predecessors.” How was the nineteenth century life of the ...
    • The tools of war and industry: the erasure of the family in Käthe Kollwitz's Der Krieg 

      Kajs, Elizabeth (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Journal article
      Käthe Kollwitz is unquestionably one of the most significant artists of the modern period. As seen through her 275 prints, Kollwitz’s visual language is both poignant and universal, allowing for lasting international ...