Apollo ~ Vol. LXXXIII ~ No. 49 ~ March 1966

A good clean copy of Apollo ~ Vol. LXXXIII ~ No. 49, published in March 1966. Contents include scholarly articles on “Henry Layard : Nineteenth-Century Aesthete”, by Gordon Waterfield ~ “A Problem of Artistic Responsibility : The Firm of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell”, by Charles Oman ~ “Don Petro’s Table-Tops : Scagliola and Grand Tour Clients”, by Anthony Coleridge ~ “British Patrons and Landscape Painting : II : Eighteenth Century Collecting”, by John Hayes ~ “The Odd Fellows and Bow”, by Hugh Tait ~ “English Water-Colours at Eton : The Pilkington Collection”, by Oliver van Oss ~ “William Delamotte 1775 – 1863”, by J.C. Wood ~ “Three Paintings by Audubon”, by D.S. Bland, and “Morocco’s Monuments and Their Conservation”, by Edouard Roditi, plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.

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  • Date of Issue: Tuesday, 01 March 1966
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  • Weight/Size: Very Small



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