Publications

1989

Impossible Picturesqueness Edward Lear's Indian Watercolours, 1873–1875

Vidya Dehejia

Edward Lear, best known as a writer of limericks and nonsense verse, was by profession a landscape draughtsman and painter. Traveling through exotic regions such as Calabria, Corsica, Egypt and India ...

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2002

Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured ...

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2002

Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured ...

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1997

Mastering McKim's Plan Columbia's First Century on Morningside Heights

Barry Bergdoll, Hollee Haswell, Janet Parks

Perched on Morningside Heights on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Columbia University is one of the world's most distinguished centers of learning. It is also one of New York City's leading ...

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1997

Mastering McKim's Plan Columbia's First Century on Morningside Heights

Barry Bergdoll, Hollee Haswell, Janet Parks

Perched on Morningside Heights on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Columbia University is one of the world's most distinguished centers of learning. It is also one of New York City's leading ...

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1997

Mastering McKim's Plan Columbia's First Century on Morningside Heights

Barry Bergdoll, Hollee Haswell, Janet Parks

Perched on Morningside Heights on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Columbia University is one of the world's most distinguished centers of learning. It is also one of New York City's leading ...

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2009

Modernism and Iraq

Zainab Bahrani, Nada M. Shabout

In the mid twentieth century, artists in the newly independent nation of Iraq experimented with a form of Modernism that they saw as a new and revolutionary artistic idiom for a secular national ...

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2009

Modernism and Iraq

Zainab Bahrani, Nada M. Shabout

In the mid twentieth century, artists in the newly independent nation of Iraq experimented with a form of Modernism that they saw as a new and revolutionary artistic idiom for a secular national ...

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2003

Moscow City, Spectacle, Capital of Photography

Nadia Michoustina

The history of photography, more than of the city, is traced through 34 monochrome works by photographers who lived and worked in Moscow from the 1920s to the present. These photographs are from the ...

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