British Art Studies Issue 15 now published

  • 4 March 2020

The editorial team are delighted to present British Art Studies Issue 15, which includes the following articles:

  • Postindustrialism and the Long Arts And Crafts Movement: between Britain, India and the United States Of America, by Sria Chatterjee
  • Bert Hardy: Exercises with Photography and Film, by Lynda Nead and John Wyver
  • Reason Dazzled: The All-Seeing and the Unseeing in Turner's Regulus, by Matthew Beaumont
  • Skin and Bone: Surface and Substance in Anglo-Colonial Portraiture, by David Hansen
  • Signs of a Struggle: Process, Technique, and Materials in the Early Work of Mark Gertler, 1911–18, by Aviva Burnstock and Sarah MacDougall
  • A Visionary Sense of London, a Cover Collaboration by Laura Grace Ford

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