British Art Studies, Issue 22:
April 2022

Publicaton Date
April 2022
Standard Number
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and Yale Center for British Art

Thames River Works

Special Issue Edited by Shalini Le Gall and Justin McCann


“The Surrounding Great Work”: Memory, Erasure, and Curating the Built Environment of the West India Docks, 1802–2022, by Aleema Gray and Danielle Thom

Ships and Souvenirs: Itineraries of the Golden Jubilee, by Shalini Le Gall

Printed Ecologies: William Morris and the Rural Thames, by Sarah Mead Leonard

“The River Seemed Almost Turned to Blood”: The Tooley Street Fire, by Nancy Rose Marshall

Women in Whistler’s Images of Chelsea and the Thames, by Patricia de Montfort

Whistler and Battersea: The Aesthetics of Erasure and Redevelopment, by Jon Newman

“Over London at Night”: Gasworks, Ballooning, and the Visual Gas Field, by Jennifer Tucker