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Botticelli and Nineteenth-Century EnglandAuthor(s): Michael LeveySource: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 23, No. 3/4 (Jul. - Dec., 1960),pp. 291-306Published by: The Warburg InstituteStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/750597Accessed: 20/05/2009 08:23
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Issue Table of ContentsJournal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 23, No. 3/4 (Jul. - Dec., 1960), pp. 179-328Front MatterAn Illuminated English Psalter of the Early Thirteenth Century [pp.179-189]Ekphrasis and Aesthetic Attitudes in Vasari's Lives [pp.190-215]"L'Eglise du Dome" [pp.216-224]Rigaud's Portrait Group at Ottawa: A Key to the Artist's Personal Life [pp.225-238]Pygmalion and the Philosophes: The Animated Statue in Eighteenth-Century France [pp.239-255]Francesco Guardi as Vedutista and Some of His Patrons [pp.256-276]John Graham Lough: A Transitional Sculptor [pp.277-290]Botticelli and Nineteenth-Century England [pp.291-306]NotesNote on the Glazier Psalter [pp.307-308]A Note on the Symbolism of Some Sculptures of the Ducal Palace, Venice [pp.308-309]Vasari's Lives and Cicero's Brutus [pp.309-311]Edward VI and the Pope [pp.311-313]
Back Matter [pp.314-327]