British Art Studies, Issue 14:
November 2019

Publicaton Date
November 2019
Standard Number
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and Yale Center for British Art


  • on the side of the disease and not the cure, a Cover Collaboration with films by James Richards, introduced by Sarah Perks

  • “The Assemblage of Specimens”: The Magazine as Catalogue in 1970s Britain, by Samuel Bibby

  • “Irrigated Neither by the Seine Nor by the Thames”: Jack B. Yeats’s Reception in London, by Nathan O'Donnell

  • The Texture of Capitalism: Industrial Oil Colours and the Politics of Paint in the Work of G.F. Watts, by Kirsty Sinclair Dootson

  • The Ecosystem of Exhibitions: Venues, Artists, and Audiences in Early Nineteenth-Century London, by Catherine Roach

  • “The Sense of Nearness”: Harriet Hosmer’s Clasped Hands and the Materials and Bodies of Nineteenth-Century Life Casting, by Katherine Fein