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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
99The significance of formUniversity of St Andrews. School of Art History
99Robert S. Lorimer : interiors and furniture design-
99The routine artBlamey, David; University of St Andrews. School of Art History; University of St Andrews. St Andrews Sustainability Institute
99The iconography of St John the Baptist in medieval England, c. 1300-1550Luxford, Julian
99Paintings by numbers : applications of bivariate correlation and descriptive statistics to Russian avant-garde artworkHoward, Jeremy; Scottish Graduate School for Art and Humanities (SGSAH)
99The concreteness of concrete artUniversity of St Andrews. School of Art History; University of St Andrews. St Andrews Sustainability Institute
99Sewing as authority in the Middle AgesEngell, Lorenz; Siegert, Bernhard; University of St Andrews. School of Art History
99The skin is a screenAlison, Maya; University of St Andrews. School of Art History; University of St Andrews. Centre for Landscape Studies; University of St Andrews. St Andrews Sustainability Institute
99Animal origin of 13th-century uterine vellum revealed using noninvasive peptide fingerprintingUniversity of St Andrews. School of Art History
99Piety in pieces: how medieval readers customized their manuscriptsUniversity of St Andrews. School of Art History
99Performing Pop : Marta Minujín and the ‘Argentine Image-Makers’University of St Andrews. School of Art History; University of St Andrews. Centre for Landscape Studies
99Hildegard of Bingen and the creation of the Rupertsburg 'Scivias' : power is in the eye of the beholderCassidy, Brendan; Wright, Rosemary
99Piety in pieces : how medieval readers customized their manuscriptsUniversity of St Andrews. School of Art History
99Artists, patrons and the power of association : the emergence of a bourgeois artistic field in Edinburgh, c.1775-c.1840Normand, Tom; British Academy; Elizabeth Gilmore Holt Scholarship; Gapper Charitable Trust
99The depiction of St. John the Baptist's legend in Florence, 1300-1500Cassidy, Brendan
99The transformation of Northumberland House : interior decoration and furniture for the Third Duke of Northumberland by Nicholas Morel and Robert HughesJones, David
99The influence of African sculpture on British art, 1910-1930Parton, Anthony
99Aspects of identity in the work of Douglas Strachan (1875-1950)Caruthers, Annette
99Italy and Cyprus : cross-currents in visual culture (thirteenth and fourteenth centuries)Cassidy, Brendan
99Reading in the painted letter : human heads in twelfth-century English initials-