User:Johnbod

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Me (right) at home, by Franz Anton Bustelli

See also User:Wiki CRUK John and User:Wiki at Royal Society John, my alternative accounts for edits made as Wikipedian in residence at Cancer Research UK and the Royal Society in London, in 2014.

This week, I 'ave been mostly writing about early Indian art

Interests centre on Art, mostly European say 500–1850, especially prints. I now seem to be doing stuff on illuminated manuscripts, medieval fashion and the like.

I mostly write here; I don't do much pure editing. One day I will understand how and why to do a Non-breaking space, and after that maybe emdashes.

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New articles & significant expansions or rewrites (most DYK)[edit]

Most recently: Blacas Cameo, Ajanta Caves, Diego de Guevara, Early Christian art and architecture in progress, Auricular style, Adoration of the Shepherds (Domenichino), Brescia Casket, Chapter house, Sir Charles Hercules Read, Ethiopian art, Giovanni Baglione, Peiraikos, Giovanni Battista Agucchi, Jacopo Caraglio, Style (visual arts), Realism (arts), Doubting Thomas, Girdle of Thomas, Camuliana, Palladium (protective image), North French Hebrew Miscellany, Prime version, Gold glass, Gibbet of Montfaucon, Navicella (mosaic), Oxus Treasure, Lapidary (text), Lyngurium, Powder flask, William Eaton, 2nd Baron Cheylesmore, World landscape, Merry company, The Feast of the Gods, Feast of the Gods (art), Counter-Maniera, Laocoön and His Sons, Sperlonga sculptures, Feast of Herod with the Beheading of St John the Baptist, Bartholomeus Strobel, Proper right, Christ in the winepress, Adoration of the Magi (Veronese), Whistlejacket, Mr and Mrs Andrews, Esquiline Treasure, Egbert (archbishop of Trier), Codex Aureus of Echternach, Ottonian art, Group of glazed pottery luohans from Yixian, The Banquet of Cleopatra,

Art history:

Work done on (among others), Pt 1[edit]

Cabinet of curiosities, Castle, art exhibition, museum, list of museums, art gallery, aquatint, etching, visual arts, Maso Finiguerra, Art of the Crusades, Dutch art, graphic art, engraving, Adam Bartsch, Martin Schongauer, Chief Powhatan, vernissage, Albertina, Vienna, Academic art, Rembrandt, Marcantonio Raimondi, faggot as epithet, monotyping, Intaglio (printmaking), Hans Sebald Beham, printmaking, limited edition, edition, provenance, artist's proof, Parmigianino, niello, woodcut, ars moriendi, drypoint, Housebook Master, Heinrich Aldegrever, mass-media, paper & papermaking, JSTOR & ARTstor, goldsmith stub, wood engraving, Playing card, Hans Baldung, wallpaper, Andrea Mantegna, Melancholia I, Woodwose, Michael Wolgemut, Nuremberg Chronicle, Willibald Pirckheimer, watercolour – and various Brit wc-ists, Louis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon, Printing, Biblia pauperum, wet-on-wet, Printmaking, Woodblock printing in Japan, Japonism, Timeline of clothing and textiles technology, Missal of Silos, Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, manuscript, codex, Incunabulum, mezzotint, Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Christopher Columbus, Daniel Chodowiecki, Bestseller, Tabard, Unicorn, Spread of printing, Emblem, Livery, Medal, List of best-selling books, Obverse and reverse, History of the book, X-ray, Infrared, Working in layers, Philip III, Duke of Burgundy, Charles I, Duke of Burgundy, Mary of Burgundy, Heavy cavalry, Acheiropoieta, Icon, Angel, Chludov Psalter, Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy, Iconoclasm, Albrecht Altdorfer, William Dowsing, Antoine, bastard of Burgundy, Louis of Gruuthuse, Lithography, schism (religion), Fashion, Hennin, Ozias Humphry, Exhibition catalogue, fig leaf, Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, Two Venetian Ladies, Portrait of a Man (Self Portrait?), Typology (theology), Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle, Genealogia deorum gentilium, Salus Populi Romani, Romanesque architecture, El Greco, Canon Tables (aka Ammonian sections), Fresco, Relief, Sumptuary law, Yellow badge, Man of Sorrows, Four Evangelists, Serjeant Painter, Master of Saint Giles, Mérode Altarpiece, Robert Campin, William Scrots, Accession Day tilt, Rubric, Saint Anne, Book of Kells FAR, High cross, Tomb of Antipope John XXIII now FA, Origins of opera, Frieze of Parnassus, William Torell, Patricianship, The Visions of Tondal,

Work done on Pt2[edit]

Gothic art, Portraiture of Elizabeth I, Rowland Lockey, Nebuchadnezzar (Blake), Fee tail, Moresque, Phiale (building), Country, Evolution and the Roman Catholic Church, Trophime Bigot, Celtic Christianity, Bible translations in the Middle Ages, Retablo (Latin America), Juan de Flandes, Dura-Europos synagogue, Peter Flötner, Collectors: William Thomas Beckford, Joseph Fesch, Art of Denmark, Stavelot Bible, Stavelot Triptych, Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy, Dogmatic Sarcophagus, Bewcastle Cross, Ruthwell Cross, Franks Casket, Titulus (inscription), Painshill Park, Colour printing, Acanthus (ornament), Hedwig glass, Vitreous enamel, Basse-taille, Hoxne Hoard FA, medal, Resurrection of Jesus in Christian art, Animal style, Sutton Hoo, Penrith Hoard, Ivory carving, Vetusta Monumenta, Leofric Missal, Tile, Hamzanama, ~Diana Fountain, Bushy Park,~ Last Supper in Christian art, Aniconism in Christianity, Stipple engraving, Lucian Freud, Neoclassicism, Late Antiquity, Spanish art, Rock art of the Iberian Mediterranean Basin, Chinese ritual bronzes and related stuff, Art of Mesopotamia, Mesopotamia, Chinese art, African art, Art of ancient Egypt, Mogao Caves, Diego de Guevara, St Luke's Church, Chelsea, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Gabriele Paleotti, Art of Ethiopia, Torc, Bezel (jewellery), Pieter Aertsen, Mary Magdalene, Still life, St Mark's Basilica, Middleham Hoard, Scythian art,

New Categories[edit]

Category:Iconography, Category:English people of African descent, various sub-cats of Category:Illuminated manuscripts and Category:Renaissance humanism & -ists, Category:Early printed Bibles, Category:Medallists, Category:Printers of incunabula, some sub-cats of Category:Chronicles; Category:Art history by medium, Category:Art history books, Category:Artist authors, Category:Visual arts theory, Category:Indian painting, Category:Schools of Indian painting,Category:Art history journals,Category:Literature by women,Category:Statues of the Virgin Mary,Category:European court festivities,Category:Masques & sub, Category:History of Christianity by denomination, Category:History of Christianity by geography or ethnicity, Category:First seven Ecumenical Church councils,Category:Protestant councils and synods, Category:Christian church councils,Category:Eastern Orthodox icons of the Virgin Mary,Category:Medieval European sculptures, Category:Ivory works of art, Category:High crosses,Category:Swiss military personnel, Category:Bridges in Venice, Category:Families of post-ancient Rome, Category:Families of Genoa, Category:Italian–French translators, Category:Arts in the court of Philip the Good,Category:Medieval European scribes, Category:Calligraphers of Arabic script, Category:Romanesque Revival architecture, Category:Reliquaries, Category:Romanesque artists, Category:Artworks in metal, Category:Gold objects, Category:Silver objects,Category:Private collections & subs, Category:Sculptures by Donatello,Category:Contemporary works of art, Category:Stained glass, Category:American pottery and Category:Ceramics manufacturers of the United States, Category:French pottery, Category:Songs in classical music, Category:Etruscan ceramics, Category:German art movements & Russian & American, Category:Woodcut cutters, Category:Indian actor–politicians, Category:Show business memoirs, Category:Memoirs of imprisonment,Category:Mosaic artists, Category:Irish monastic foundations in continental Europe, Category:Chalices, Category:Bamboo, Victims/Category:Members of the Red Army Faction, Category:Books by John Ruskin, Category:Silver-gilt objects, Category:Engraved gem artists, Category:Hardstone carving,Category:Mock-heroic English poems, Category:Gian Lorenzo Bernini buildings, Category:Individual crosses and crucifixes, Category:Woodcuts, Category:Collection of the Courtauld Institute of Art, Category:English watercolourists, Category:Paintings in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Category:Objects of the Berlin State Museums, Category:Pilgrimage accounts, Category:Votive offering, Category:Vitreous enamel, Category:Terracotta, Category:Steel sculptures, Category:Female Christian clergy and religious, Category:Bronze Age art, Category:Islamic illuminated manuscripts, Category:Mughal princes, Category:Mughal art, Category:Dante Alighieri, Category:National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, Category:Individual garments, Category:British Library Royal manuscripts, Category:Collection of The Morgan Library & Museum, Category:NATO installations in Italy, Category:Dogs in art, Category:Cattle in art, Category:Individual clocks, Category:Paintings of the Madonna and Child, Category:Crucifixion of Jesus in art, Category:Japanese paintings, Category:Augustus in Ancient Roman sculpture, Category:Early Christian art, Category:Indian rock-cut architecture, Category:Monolithic churches in Ethiopia, Category:Lists of artists by biographer, Category:Composition in visual art, Category:Berlin State Museums, Category:Directors of the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Category:Physical gestures of respect, Category:Paintings of Saint Jerome, Category:Theistic evolutionists, Category:Armour collections, Category:Western plate armour, Category:Art Nouveau architecture in the United Kingdom, Category:Churches with elements of Anglo-Saxon work, Category:Sculptures by Tilman Riemenschneider, Category:Medieval European metalwork objects, Category:Ottonian art, Category:Ottonian metalwork, Category:Ottonian illuminated manuscripts, Category:Chinese ceramic works, Category:Individual ceramics, Category:Pseudocereals, Category:Celtic brooches, Category:Individual doors, Category:Etchings, Category:Alabaster,

Barnstars etc[edit]

Weltliche Schatzkammer Wien (169)pano2.jpg First Prize
Congratulations for really hitting Ottonian art out of the ground in 2014. Cheers, Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 01:20, 6 April 2014 (UTC)
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Your work at the Royal Society has been give this plug from the New Scientist
this WikiAward was given to Johnbod by Jonathan Cardy (WMUK) (talk) on 10:41, 4 April 2014 (UTC) for contributions to the UK chapter
St Michaels Anglican Cathedral Wollongong.jpg The St Michael's and All Angels' 'Gong
For your work on St Mark's Basilica
Amandajm (talk) 08:06, 7 November 2013 (UTC)
Ada Lovelace color.svg Ada Lovelace Award
Thank you for all of the effort you put into the Ada Lovelace events in October 2013. This is an award for supporting the Royal Society event in UK. --Daria Cybulska (WMUK) (talk) 14:02, 4 November 2013 (UTC)
Fine Arts Star.png The Barnstar of Fine Arts
Thanks for improving the encyclopedia's coverage of art-related topics with your creation of the new World landscape article. Northamerica1000(talk) 13:03, 14 September 2013 (UTC)
Million award logo.svg The Million Award
For your contributions to bring Middle Ages (estimated annual readership: 1,733,000) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers. – Khazar2 (talk) 22:58, 28 August 2013 (UTC)
Million award logo.svg The Half Million Award
For your contributions to bring Rembrandt (estimated annual readership: 601,000) to Good Article status, I hereby present you the Half Million Award. Congratulations, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! – Khazar2 (talk) 01:13, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
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Thanks for your help manning the Wikimedia stand at the OpenCulture conference this week and being one of our ambassadors to the museum community. Jonathan Cardy (WMUK) (talk) 09:28, 5 July 2013 (UTC)
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casing of art
Thank you for casing in your articles the treasures of art, books and knowledge, like some medieval manuscripts were luxuriously bound in gold, silver and jewels, – repeating: you are an awesome Wikipedian (17 December 2009)!

--Gerda Arendt (talk) 07:05, 17 April 2012 (UTC)

Epic Barnstar Hires.png The Epic Barnstar
For your recent work related to art history/manuscripts. Keep up the good work! Stalwart111 08:44, 15 April 2013 (UTC)
Dyk200CE.svg The 200 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
It gives me great pleasure to garland you with this award. Many congratulations are in order, as you have become one of the few Wikipedians to contribute two hundred articles to the Main page in the "Did you know?" section, increasing not only our knowledge but also beauty, by your focus on art. You have made a huge impact and are a great asset to the encyclopedia. --Gerda Arendt (talk) 23:29, 4 March 2013 (UTC)
Editors Barnstar Hires.png The Editor's Barnstar
Johnbod, it's people like you that make this project have value. Thanks for your fine, fine work. Drmies (talk) 15:29, 24 February 2013 (UTC)
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Thanks for the copyedit to Shoulder angel – it was even more of a mess before I tried to fix it! Bearian (talk) 15:53, 11 October 2012 (UTC)
Core Contest Equal Third Prize
I hereby award this Antique Metal Wikitrophy to Johnbod for work on improving the Romanticism article in the March 2012 incarnation of the Core Contest! Wikimedia UK will be in touch shortly with details on the £30 voucher... Casliber (talk · contribs) 21:03, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
Fine Arts Star.png The Barnstar of Fine Arts
For excellent work in a collabrative spirit on Neoclassicism. Thank you. Amadscientist (talk) 16:20, 28 April 2012 (UTC)
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Congratulations on reaching 100000 edits. You have achieved a milestone that very few editors have been able to accomplish. The Wikipedia Community thanks you for your continuing efforts. Keep up the good work!
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For a most excellent article on the Royal manuscripts, British Library. Top stuff! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 11:04, 11 November 2011 (UTC)
Barnstar of Diligence Hires.png The Barnstar of Diligence
Thanks for answering a silly medievalists art history questions, and putting up with my ignorance at times! EaldgythTalk 20:30, 13 September 2011 (UTC)
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For your awesome contributions to Tipu's Tiger as part of a GLAM event. AshLin (talk) 17:49, 23 July 2011 (UTC)
Original Barnstar.png The Original Barnstar
They don't have a good visual arts related barnstar, I give you the original instead. I thank you for always being there for my occasional forays into art articles, and for your tireless paitence with an ecclesiastically minded person mucking about with your art stuff! EaldgythTalk 23:20, 5 January 2011 (UTC)
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For your work with mistagged BLPs, thank you! The list is now empty with your help. Gigs (talk) 05:29, 22 December 2010 (UTC)
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John, congratulations on main page, and its always a pleasure to look at and read your articles. Ceoil (talk) 20:16, 10 July 2010 (UTC)|}
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More than anyone, you deserve this. Witty Lama 23:53, 27 June 2010 (UTC)
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User:Johnbod has been identified as an Awesome Wikipedian,
and therefore, I've officially declared today as Johnbod's day!
For being such a beautiful person and great Wikipedian,
enjoy being the Star of the day, dear AniMate!

Peace,
John Carter (talk) 14:41, 21 December 2009 (UTC)

A record of your Day will always be kept here.

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For your assistance in creating WP:GLAM, thank you Witty Lama 15:03, 31 October 2009 (UTC)
The Tireless Contributor Barnstar

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You get one for every 10K edits. Congratulations on the bus pass! Ty 01:33, 16 September 2009 (UTC)

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Especially when you have to deal with me, the non-art historian and my bishops. EaldgythTalk 22:28, 15 September 2009 (UTC)
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Congratulations for your great article on the St. Augustine Gospels! Amandajm (talk) 06:23, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
Dyk100.png The 100 DYK Medal  
For reaching the 100 DYK mark, I award you this medal. wear it with pride. Chris (talk) 15:33, 17 March 2009 (UTC)
David-Oath of the Horatii-1784.jpg The Barnstar of High Culture
Congratulations Johnbod for bringing The Raft of the Medusa to FA and for adding so much historical insight ...Modernist (talk) 01:12, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
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for constantly helping me through peer review and FAC and the pages and pages of discussion on Roman Catholic Church. I hope you will be there with me when we go for it again next time (after a few weeks). Thank you for your constant help and kindness. It has really been a joy to work with you on this most interesting project! NancyHeise talk 00:09, 9 November 2008 (UTC)


Minor Barnstar.png The Minor Barnstar
It wasn't a huge deal, but you were a pleasure to interact with. Cheers. — roux ] [x] 15:31, 16 October 2008 (UTC)
Purple Star.png The Purple Barnstar
Because like this barnstar, you stand out with exceptional vibrancy! Ecoleetage (talk) 20:33, 6 October 2008 (UTC)

The Medic Barnstar To Johnbod, for saving me in a time of difficulty! NancyHeise talk 01:41, 21 September 2008 (UTC)

Goya.colossus.jpg The Barnstar of High Culture
What can I say! Once again, it was a real pleasure to work with you. Ceoil (talk) 17:48, 20 April 2008 (UTC)
Dyk50.png The 50 DYK Medal
Fifty is nifty! Thank you for all of your work contributing to 50 DYK articles. People all around the world have benefited from all of your effort. Keep up the great work! Royalbroil 15:55, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
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Let it be known that Johnbod was awarded Fourth Place in the first Wikipedia Core Contest. This award is based on his outstanding work in improving Raphael. Thanks for your hard work in making Wikipedia's core articles better. -Earthdirt (talk) 03:49, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
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I Ceoil award this for past and future work on the great master. Its been an honour to work with you, sir. Ceoil (talk) 21:01, 26 January 2008 (UTC)
Barnstar of High Culture.png The Barnstar of High Culture
Congratulations on being the inspiration for the Nativity of Jesus in art article and doing such excellent work on it! Amandajm (talk) 11:25, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
Original Barnstar.png Diligence Barnstar
I hereby award you this Diligence Barnstar for your diligence in spotting sloppiness which requires cleanup, and your general helpfulness in that regard. --Ludvikus 15:32, 15 September 2007 (UTC)
Working Man's Barnstar.png The Working Wikipedian's Barnstar
I, Zerida, award you this barnstar for your great work on Coptic architecture, which resulted in getting the article on the Main Page's DYN? in 48 hours. — Zerida 21:41, 8 September 2007 (UTC)
Original Barnstar.png The Original Barnstar
To Johnbod, on the occasion of Minneapolis, Minnesota reaching featured article. -Susanlesch 05:12, 2 July 2007 (UTC)
Dyk25.png The 25 DYK Medal
For your work in creating over 25 DYK, a belated 25 DYK Medal is awarded to you. Congratulations! Chris 14:23, 28 June 2007 (UTC)
Barnstar-stone2-noback.png The Epic Barnstar
Awarded to Johnbod for superlative work on the history of medieval art by Ghirla-трёп- 18:31, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
Barnstar of High Culture.png The Barnstar of High Culture
For your erudite and expansive contributions, and for making me laugh re: van Dyck and Brueghel [1]. JNW 16:00, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
DYK medal.png The DYK Medal
I, Smee, hereby award The DYK Medal to Johnbod, for your multiple great contributions to Did you know? The community appreciates your contributions. Yours, Smee 23:26, 23 May 2007 (UTC)
Original Barnstar.png The Original Barnstar
I hereby award you this barnstar for all of your contributions to the 1300-1400 in fashion article--Tabun1015 02:20, 12 March 2007 (UTC)

Sandbox[edit]

/treading /chaperon /Byzantine dress /List of printmakers /Simple P list /Books v Works /table] /Stavelot /draft /Ice Age art /Science /Lining

Wikiways[edit]

Not me either – Boy from Al-Fayum, 2nd century, Warsaw. Encaustic on wood
A GA reviewer visiting the Hermitage Museum
Henry Fuseli, The editor moved to despair at the inadequacy of Wikipedia coverage, 1778–79


UK
Italy
Germany
Other

refs[edit]

Wikipedia:Footnotes

  • ODNB
  • Getty Foundation, Union List of Artists' Names online
  • ref>Grove Art Online, accessed , 2007</ref>
  • Gordon Campbell, [ The Grove Encyclopedia of Decorative Arts, Volume 1], , Oxford University Press US, 2006, ISBN 0195189485, 9780195189483

Paintings – Galleries[edit]

  • The National Gallery, Complete Illustrated Catalogue, National Gallery Publications, 1995, ISBN 185709050
  • Campbell, Lorne, The Fifteenth Century Netherlandish Paintings, National Gallery Catalogues (new series), 1998, ISBN 185709171
  • National Gallery Catalogues (new series): The Fifteenth Century Italian Paintings, Volume 1, by Dillian Gordon, 2003, ISBN 1857092937
  • Penny, Nicholas, National Gallery Catalogues (new series): The Sixteenth Century Italian Paintings, Volume I, 2004, National Gallery Publications Ltd, ISBN 1857099087
  • Penny, Nicholas, National Gallery Catalogues (new series): The Sixteenth Century Italian Paintings, Volume II, Venice 1540–1600, 2008, National Gallery Publications Ltd, ISBN 1857099133
  • National Gallery Catalogues: Catalogue of the Earlier Italian Schools, Martin Davies, National Gallery Catalogues, London 1961, reprinted 1986, ISBN 0901791296</ref
  • ref name="NG">Gould, Cecil, The Sixteenth Century Italian Schools, National Gallery Catalogues, London 1975, ISBN 0947645225</ref
  • Levey, Michael , The 17th and 18th century Italian Schools; National Gallery Catalogues, 1971, National Gallery, London, ISBN0901791091</ref>
  • Gregory Martin, The Flemish School, 1600–1900, National Gallery Catalogues, 1970, National Gallery, London, ISBN 0901791024
  • Neil MacLaren, The Dutch School, 1600–1800, Volume I, 1991, National Gallery Catalogues, National Gallery, London, ISBN 0947645-99-3</ref>
  • Levey, Michael , The German School; National Gallery Catalogues, 1959, National Gallery, London
  • Neil MacLaren, revised Allan Braham, The Spanish School, National Gallery Catalogues, 1970, National Gallery, London, ISBN 0947645462</ref>
  • Egerton, Judy, National Gallery Catalogues (new series): The British School, 1998, ISBN 1857091701
  • Wine, Humphrey, National Gallery Catalogues (new series): The Seventeenth Century French Paintings, 2001, National Gallery Publications Ltd, ISBN 185709283X
  • ref>Levey, Michael , The National Gallery Collection, 1987, National Gallery Publications, ISBN 0947645349</ref>
  • ref>Langmuir, Erica, The National Gallery companion guide, 1997 revised edition, National Gallery, London, ISBN 185709218X</ref>
  • Finaldi, Gabriele and Kitson, Michael, Discovering the Italian Baroque: the Denis Mahon Collection, 1997, National Gallery Publications, London/Yale UP, ISBN 1857091779
  • Brigstocke, Hugh; Italian and Spanish Paintings in the National Gallery of Scotland, 2nd Edn, 1993, National Galleries of Scotland, ISBN0903598221
  • Portrait of the Nation, An Introduction to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, (no author given), 2011, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, ISBN 9781906270377
  • Museo del Prado, Catálogo de las pinturas, 1996, p. , Ministerio de Educación y Cultura, Madrid, ISBN 8487317537
  • The Prado Guide, 2012, Museo Nacional del Prado, ISBN 9788484801665
  • Alte Pinakothek, Munich; Summary Catalogue – various authors, 1986, Edition Lipp, ISBN 3874907015
  • J.O. Hand & M. Wolff, Early Netherlandish Painting, National Gallery of Art, Washington(catalogue)/Cambridge UP, 1986, ISBN 0521340160
  • ref>Christopher Lloyd, Enchanting the Eye, Dutch Paintings of the Golden Age, pp. 49–52, Royal Collection Publications, 2004, ISBN 1902163907.</ref>
  • Shawe-Taylor, Desmond and Scott, Jennifer, Bruegel to Rubens, Masters of Flemish Painting, Royal Collection Publications, London, 2008, ISBN 9781905686001
  • Lucy Whitaker, Martin Clayton, The Art of Italy in the Royal Collection; Renaissance and Baroque, Royal Collection Publications, 2007, ISBN 978 1 902163 291
  • Levey, Michael, Pictures in the Royal Collection, The Later Italian Pictures, 1964, Phaidon Press, London
  • Lloyd, Christopher, The Queen's Pictures, Royal Collectors through the centuries, p.226, National Gallery Publications, 1991, ISBN 0947645896</ref>
  • Braham Helen, The Princes Gate Collection, Courtauld Institute Galleries, London 1981, ISBN 0904563049
  • Murray, Peter, The Dulwich Picture Gallery, a Handlist, 1980, Phillip Wilson Publishers Ltd, ISBN 0856670847
  • Nicola Spinosa (ed), The National Museum of Capodimonte, Electa Napoli, 2003, ISBN 8851000077
  • Nepi Sciré, Giovanna & Valcanover, Francesco, Accademia Galleries of Venice, Electa, Milan, 1985, ISBN 8843519301
  • Ingamells, John, The Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Pictures, Vol I, British, German, Italian, Spanish, Wallace Collection, 1985, ISBN 0900785160
  • Ingamells, John, The Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Pictures, Vol III, French before 1815, Wallace Collection, 1989, ISBN 0900785357
  • Ingamells, John, The Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Pictures, Vol IV, Dutch and Flemish, Wallace Collection, 1992, ISBN 0900785373
  • Reynolds, Graham, Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Miniatures, 1980, Wallace Collection, London
  • Parkinson, Ronald Victoria and Albert Museum, Catalogue of British Oil Paintings, 1820–1860, 1990, HMSO, ISBN0112904637</ref>
  • Wilson, Simon; Tate Gallery, An Illustrated Companion, 1990, Tate Gallery, ISBN 854370316
  • "Mellon": Warner, Malcolm and Alexander, Julia Marciari, This Other Eden, British Paintings from the Paul Mellon Collection at Yale, Yale Center for British Art/Art Exhibitions Australia, 1998
  • Walker, John, The National Gallery, Washington, Thames & Hudson, London, 1964.
  • State Tretyakov Gallery; Guidebook, 2000, Moscow, Avant-Garde, ISBN 5863941065
  • Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Prestel Museum Guide, 1998, Prestel Verlag, ISBN 3791319124

Paintings – Artists etc[edit]

  • Harbison, Craig, Jan van Eyck, The Play of Realism, Reaktion Books, London, 1991, ISBN 0948462183
  • Lane, Barbara G,The Altar and the Altarpiece, Sacramental Themes in Early Netherlandish Painting, Harper & Row, 1984, ISBN 0064301338
  • Châtelet, Albert, Early Dutch Painting, Painting in the Northern Netherlands in the Fifteenth Century, 1980, Montreux, Lausanne, ISBN 2882600097
  • Snyder, James. Northern Renaissance Art, 1985, Harry N. Abrams, ISBN 0136235964
  • Friedländer, Max J., From Van Eyck to Bruegel, (first pub. in German, 1916), Phaidon, 1981, ISBN 071482139X
  • White, John. Art and Architecture in Italy, 1250 to 1400, London, Penguin Books, 1966, 2nd edn 1987 (now Yale History of Art series). ISBN 0140561285
  • ref>Timothy Hyman; Sienese Painting, pp. , Thames & Hudson, 2003 ISBN 0500203725. </ref>
  • Syson, Luke & Gordon, Dillian, "Pisanello, Painter to the Renaissance Court", 2001, National Gallery Company, London, ISBN 185709946X 525081
  • Ugo Procacci, in Frescoes from Florence, 1969, Arts Council, London.</ref>
  • Baxandall, Michael, Painting and Experience in 15th century Italy, 1972, Oxford University Press, page refs to 1974 pb., ISBN 0198813295
  • Roger Jones and Nicholas Penny, Raphael, Yale, 1983, ISBN 0300030614
  • Raphael – A Critical Catalogue of his Pictures, Wall-Paintings and Tapestries, catalogue raisonné by Luitpold Dussler published in the United States by Phaidon Publishers, Inc., 1971, ISBN 0-7148-1469-5 (out of print, but there is an online version here)
  • Wölfflin, Heinrich; Classic Art; An Introduction to the Renaissance, p. 108, 1952 in English (1968 edition), Phaidon, New York.</ref>
  • Hartt, Frederick, History of Italian Renaissance Art, (2nd edn.)1987, Thames & Hudson (US Harry N Abrams), ISBN 0500235104
  • David Landau in Jane Martineau (ed), The Genius of Venice, 1500–1600, 1983, Royal Academy of Arts, London.
  • ref name="DJ">David Jaffé (ed), Titian, The National Gallery Company/Yale, London 2003, ISBN 1 857099036</ref
  • Watson, Peter; Wisdom and Strength, the Biography of a Renaissance Masterpiece, Hutchinson, 1990, ISBN 009174637X
  • Rosand, David, Painting in Sixteenth-Century Venice: Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto, 2nd ed 1997, Cambridge UP ISBN 0521565685
  • Olson, Roberta J.M., Italian Renaissance Sculpture, 1992, Thames & Hudson (World of Art), ISBN 0500202531
  • Friedländer, Walter. Mannerism and Anti-Mannerism in Italian Painting, (originally in German, first edition in English, 1957, Columbia) 1965, Schocken, New York, LOC 578295
  • Freedburg, Sidney J.. Painting in Italy, 1500–1600, 3rd edn. 1993, Yale, ISBN 0300055870
  • Wittkower, Rudolf, Art and Architecture in Italy, 1600–1750, Penguin/Yale History of Art, 3rd edition, 1973, ISBN 01405611161
  • Smyth, Craig Hugh, Mannerism and "Maniera", 1992, IRSA, Vienna, ISBN 3900731330
  • Shearman, John. Mannerism, 1967, Pelican, London, ISBN 0140208089
  • ref>James Hall, A History of Ideas and Images in Italian Art, p172, 1983, John Murray, London, ISBN 0719539714</ref>
  • Malcolm Bull, The Mirror of the Gods, How Renaissance Artists Rediscovered the Pagan Gods, Oxford UP, 2005, ISBN 100195219236
  • ref>Campbell, Lorne, Renaissance Portraits, European Portrait-Painting in the 14th, 15th and 16th Centuries, p. 151, 1990, Yale, ISBN 0300046758</ref>
  • Vasari, selected & ed Malcom Bull, Artists of the Renaissance, Penguin 1965 (page nos from BCA edn, 1979)
  • Langmuir, Erica, Still Life, 2001, National Gallery (London), ISBN 1857099613
  • Wood, Christopher S., Albrecht Altdorfer and the Origins of Landscape, 1993, Reaktion Books, London, ISBN 0948462469
  • Holbein and the Court of Henry VIII, pp.11, 16; 1978, The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace</ref>
  • Strong, Roy: Artists of the Tudor Court: The Portrait Miniature Rediscovered 1520–1620, Victoria & Albert Museum exhibit catalogue, 1983, ISBN 0905209346
  • Pope-Hennessy, John, A Lecture on Nicholas Hilliard, 1949, Home and Van Thal, London
  • ref> Strong, Roy: Nicholas Hilliard, 1975, pp.3–4, Michael Joseph Ltd, London, ISBN 0718113012</ref>
  • Brown, Jonathan (ed.) (1982). "El Greco and Toledo", El Greco of Toledo (catalogue). Little Brown. ASIN B-000H4-58C-Y.</ref>
  • ref>Bray, Xavier; El Greco; 2004;p. 8; National Gallery Company, London (dist Yale UP);ISBN 1857093151.</ref>
  • Jonathan Brown: Painting in Spain, 1500–1700 (Pelican History of Art), Yale University Press, 1998, ISBN 0300064748
  • Gudiol, José, The Arts of Spain, 1964, Thames and Hudson
  • Carr, Dawson W. "Painting and reality: the art and life of Velázquez". Velázquez. Eds. Dawson W. Carr and Xavier Bray. National Gallery London, 2006. ISBN 1-8570-9303-8
  • Rüdiger Klessmann, Adam Elsheimer 1578–1610, 2006, Paul Holberton Publishing/National Galleries of Scotland; ISBN 1 903278 783
  • David Jaffé (ed), Rubens, A Master in the Making, The National Gallery Company/Yale, London 2005, ISBN 1 857093267</ref
  • ref>Martin Royalton-Kisch, The Light of Nature, Landscape Drawings and Watercolours by Van Dyck and his contemporaries, British Museum Press, 1999, ISBN0714126217</ref>
  • Franits, Wayne, Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting, Yale UP, 2004, ISBN 0300102372
  • Fuchs, R.H., Dutch painting; 1978, Thames and Hudson, London, ISBN0500201676
  • Slive, Seymour, Dutch Painting, 1600–1800, Yale UP, 1995,ISBN 0300074514
  • Vlieghe, H. (1998), Flemish art and architecture, 1585–1700, Yale University Press Pelican history of art. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 0300070381
  • R.H. Wilenski, Dutch Painting, "Prologue" pp. 27–43, 1945, Faber, London
  • ref>Rudi Ekkart and Quentin Buvelot (eds), Dutch Portraits, The Age of Rembrandt and Frans Hals, Mauritshuis/National Gallery/Waanders Publishers, Zwolle, p.138 QB, 2007,ISBN 9781857093629</ref>
  • Middelkoop, Norbert; Van Grevenstein-Kruse, Anne, Frans Hals: life, work, restoration, 76, 1989, Uniepers/Frans Halsmuseum/Alan Sutton Publishing, ISBN 0862996996
  • Clark, Kenneth, An Introduction to Rembrandt, 1978, London, John Murray/Readers Union, 1978
  • ref>Ernst van de Wetering in Rembrandt by himself, 1999 National Gallery, London/Mauritshuis, The Hague, ISBN 1857092708</ref>
  • Blunt, Anthony, Art and Architecture in France, 1500–1700, 2nd edn 1957, Penguin
  • ref>Lucie-Smith, Edward;A Concise History of French Painting, p , Thames & Hudson, London, 1971.</ref>
  • ref>Waterhouse, Ellis, Painting in Britain, 1530–1790, 4th Edn, 1978, Penguin Books (now Yale History of Art series), ISBN 0300053193
  • Snodin, Michael (ed). Rococo; Art and Design in Hogarth's England, 1984, Trefoil Books/Victoria and Albert Museum, ISBN 086294046X
  • Pevsner, Nikolaus. The Englishness of English Art, Penguin, 1964 edn.
  • Piper, David, Painting in England, 1500–1880, Penguin, 1965 edn.
  • Martin, John Rupert, Baroque, 1977 (1991 Penguin edn used), Allen Lane/Pelican/Penguin/Viking
  • Boucher, Bruce, Italian Baroque Sculpture, 1998, Thames & Hudson (World of Art), ISBN 0500203075
  • Martineau, Jane, and Robison, Andrew, The Glory of Venice: Art in the Eighteenth Century, 1994, Yale University Press/Royal Academy of Arts, ISBN 0300061862 (Catalogue for exhibition in London and Washington
  • Honour, Hugh, Neo-classicism, 1968, Pelican
  • Clark, Kenneth, The Romantic Rebellion: Romantic versus Classic Art, 1976, Omega, ISBN 0860077187
  • Noon, Patrick (ed), Crossing the Channel, British and French Painting in the Age of Romanticism, 2003, Tate Publishing/Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Andrew Wilton & Anne Lyles, The Great Age of British Watercolours, 1750–1880, 1993, Prestel, ISBN 3791312545
  • Anne Lyles & Robin Hamlyn, British watercolours from the Oppé Collection, 1997, Tate Gallery Publishing, ISBN 1854372408
  • Adele M Holcomb, John Sell Cotman, 1978, British Museum Publications ISBN 0714180041/5x
  • Rosenthal, Michael, British Landscape Painting, 1982, Phaidon Press, London
  • Vaughan, William, et al, Samuel Palmer, Vision and Landscape, 2005, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714126418
  • Strong, Roy. And when did you last see your father? The Victorian Painter and British History, 1978, Thames and Hudson, ISBN 0500271321
  • Tromans, Nicholas, and others, The Lure of the East, British Orientalist Painting, 2008, Tate Publishing, ISBN 9781854377333
  • Harding, James, Artistes Pompiers: French Academic Art in the 19th Century, 1979, Academy Editions, ISBN 856704512
  • Novotny, Fritz, Painting and Sculpture in Europe, 1780–1880 (Pelican History of Art), Yale University Press, 2nd edn. 1971 ISBN 014056120X
  • Hamilton, George Heard, Painting and Sculpture in Europe, 1880–1940 (Pelican History of Art), Yale University Press, revised 3rd edn. 1983 ISBN 0140561293

Prints[edit]

  • Landau, David, and Parshall, Peter. The Renaissance Print, Yale, 1996, ISBN 0300068832
  • Hind woodcut ref name="Hind">An Introduction to a History of Woodcut, Arthur M. Hind,p , Houghton Mifflin Co. 1935 (in USA), reprinted Dover Publications, 1963 ISBN: 0-486-20952-0</ref>
  • Hind engraving ref name="Hind">A History of Engraving and Etching, Arthur M. Hind,p , Houghton Mifflin Co. 1923 (in USA), reprinted Dover Publications, 1963 ISBN 0486209547</ref>
  • Griffiths P&P ref name="Griffiths">Antony Griffiths, Prints and Printmaking, p , British Museum Press (in UK), 2nd edn, 1996 ISBN 071412608X</ref>
  • Gascoigne, Bamber. How to Identify Prints: A Complete Guide to Manual and Mechanical Processes from Woodcut to Inkjet, 1986 (2nd Edition, 2004), Thames & Hudson, ISBN 050023454X
  • Bartrum,Giulia; German Renaissance Prints, 1490–1550; British Museum Press, 1995, ISBN 071412604
  • Giulia Bartrum, Albrecht Dürer and his Legacy, British Museum Press, 2002, ISBN 0714126330
  • Kurth, Willi. The Complete Woodcuts of Albrecht Durer, Dover Books, New York, 1963
  • Strauss, Walter L. The Complete Engravings, Etchings and Drypoints of Albrecht Durer, Dover Books, New York, 1972
  • Alan Shestack, Master E.S., Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1967
  • Jane Campbell Hutchison in J. P. Filedt Kok (ed.), Livelier than Life, The Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet, or the Housebook Master 1470–1500, Rijksmuseum/Garry Schwartz/Princeton University Press, 1985, ISBN 90 6179 0603 / 0-691-04035-4
  • Richard Field, Fifteenth Century Woodcuts and Metalcuts, National Gallery of Art, Washington (Catalogue), Washington,1965
  • Levinson ref name="Levinson> Jay A. Levinson (ed.) Early Italian Engravings from the National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington (Catalogue), 1973,LOC 7379624</ref>
  • Langdale, Shelley, Battle of the Nudes: Pollaiuolo's Renaissance Masterpiece, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 2002.
  • Mayor, Hyatt A., Prints and People, Metropolitan Museum of Art/Princeton, 1971, no. , ISBN 0691003262
  • DP Becker in KL Spangeberg (ed), Six Centuries of Master Prints, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1993, no ,ISBN 0931537150
  • ref>H Diane Russell;Eva/Ave; Women in Renaissance and Baroque Prints; Nos 20–32, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1990; isbn 155861 0391</ref>
  • Alan Shestack; Fifteenth century Engravings of Northern Europe; 1967, National Gallery of Art, Washington (Catalogue), LOC 67-29080
  • Lisa Pon, Raphael, Dürer, and Marcantonio Raimondi, Copying and the Italian Renaissance Print, 2004, Yale UP, ISBN: 9780300096804
  • Bury, Michael; The Print in Italy, 1550–1620, 2001, British Museum Press, ISBN 0714126292
  • Mark McDonald, Ferdinand Columbus, Renaissance Collector,2005,British Museum Press,ISBN 978-0-7141-2644-9
  • Michael Marqusee, The Revelation of Saint John; Apocalypse Engravings by Jean Duvet, Paddington Press, London, 1976, ISBN 0846701480
  • Karen Jacobson, ed (often wrongly cat. as George Baselitz), The French Renaissance in Prints, 1994, p.470; Grunwald Center, UCLA, ISBN 0962816221
  • Christopher White, The Late Etchings of Rembrandt, 1969, British Museum/Lund Humphries, London
  • Reed, Sue Welsh & Wallace, Richard (eds), Italian Etchers of the Renaissance and Baroque, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1989,pp 262–5,ISBN 0-87846-306-2 or 304-4 (pb)
  • Anthony Griffiths & Craig Hartley, Jacques Bellange, C.1575–1616, Printmaker of Lorraine, British Museum Press, 1997, ISBN-10: 071412611X
  • Bareau, Juliet Wilson, Goya's Prints, The Tomás Harris Collection in the British Museum, 1981, British Museum Publications, ISBN ISBN 0714107891
  • Griffiths, Antony and Carey, Francis; German Printmaking in the Age of Goethe, 1994, British Museum Press, ISBN 0714116599
  • Antony Griffiths (ed), Landmarks in Print Collecting – Connoisseurs and Donors at the British Museum since 1753, 1996, British Museum Press, ISBN 0714126098
  • Dossi, Barbara; Albertina, The History of the Collection and its Masterpieces, Prestel, 1999, ISBN: 3791323407
  • Susan Lambert, The Image Multiplied; Five centuries of printed reproductions of paintings and drawings, p.112, 1987, Trefoil Publications, London, ISBN 0862940966</ref>

Medieval[edit]

  • Schiller, Gertud, Iconography of Christian Art, Vol. I, 1971 (English trans from German), Lund Humphries, London, ISBN 0853312702
  • Schiller, Gertrud, Iconography of Christian Art, Vol. II, 1972 (English trans from German), Lund Humphries, London, ISBN 0853313245
  • "Handbook". Art in the Christian World, 300–1500; A Handbook of Styles and Forms, by Yves Christe and others, Faber and Faber, 1982, ISBN 0571119417
  • Emile Mâle, The Gothic Image , Religious Art in France of the Thirteen Century, p 165-8, English trans of 3rd edn, 1913, Collins, London (and many other editions)
  • ref>Eduard Syndicus; Early Christian Art; pp. 164–74; Burns & Oates, London, 1962</ref>
  • Every, George; Christian Mythology,p. 65, Hamlyn 1988 (1970 1st edn.) ISBN 06003249005
  • ref>Ross, Leslie. Medieval Art, a topical dictionary, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996, ISBN 0313293295, 9780313293290 Google books</ref>
  • Hinks, Roger. Carolingian Art, 1974 edn. (1935 1st edn.), University of Michigan Press, ISBN 0472060716
  • Beckwith, John, Early Christian and Byzantine Art, Penguin History of Art (now Yale), 2nd edn. 1979, ISBN 0140560335
  • Lasko, Peter, Ars Sacra, 800–1200, Penguin History of Art (now Yale), 1972 (nb, 1st edn.) ISBN14056036X
  • Dodwell, C.R.; The Pictorial arts of the West, 800–1200, 1993, Yale UP, ISBN 0300064934
  • Kitzinger, Ernst, Early Medieval Art at the British Museum, (1940) 2nd edn, 1955, British Museum
  • Beckwith, John. Early Medieval Art: Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque, Thames & Hudson, 1964 (rev. 1969), ISBN 050020019X
  • Henderson, George. Early Medieval, 1972, rev. 1977, Penguin.
  • Henderson, George. Gothic, 1967, Penguin, ISBN 0140208062
  • "Laings", Lloyd Laing and Jennifer Laing. Art of the Celts: From 700 BC to the Celtic Revival, 1992, Thames & Hudson (World of Art), ISBN 0500202567
  • Green, Miranda, Celtic Art, Reading the Messages, 1996, The Everyman Art Library, ISBN 0297833650
  • Benton, Janetta Rebold, Art of the Middle Ages, 2002, Thames & Hudson (World of Art), ISBN 0500203504
  • Susan Youngs (ed), "The Work of Angels", Masterpieces of Celtic Metalwork, 6th–9th centuries AD, 1989, British Museum Press, London, ISBN 0714105546
  • Wallace, Patrick F., O'Floinn, Raghnall eds. Treasures of the National Museum of Ireland: Irish Antiquities, 2002, Gill & Macmillan, Dublin, ISBN 0717128296
  • Glenn, Virginia, Romanesque and Gothic: Decorative Metalwork and Ivory Carvings in the Museum of Scotland, 2003, National Museums of Scotland, ISBN 901663558
  • Campbell, Marian. An Introduction to Medieval Enamels, 1983, HMSO for V&A Museum, ISBN 0112903851
  • Williamson, Paul. An Introduction to Medieval Ivory Carvings, 1982, HMSO for V&A Museum, ISBN 0112903770
  • Webster, Leslie, Anglo-Saxon Art, 2012, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714128092
  • Dodwell, C.R.; Anglo-Saxon Art, A New Perspective, 1982, Manchester UP, ISBN 071900926X (US edn. Cornell, 1985)
  • Wilson, David M.; Anglo-Saxon Art: From The Seventh Century To The Norman Conquest, Thames and Hudson (US edn. Overlook Press), 1984.
  • Backhouse, Janet, Turner, D.H., and Webster, Leslie, eds.; The Golden Age of Anglo-Saxon Art, 966–1066, 1984, British Museum Publications Ltd, ISBN 0714105325
  • Young, Brian. The Villein's Bible; Stories in Romanesque Carving, 1990, Barrie & Jenkins, ISBN 0712638881
  • Swarzenski, Hanns. Monuments of Romanesque Art; The Art of Church Treasures in North-Western Europe, Faber and Faber, 1974, ISBN 0571105882
  • Oakeshott, Walter, Sigena: Romanesque Painting in Spain & the Winchester Bible Artists, London, 1972, Harvey, Miller and Medcalf. ISBN 0-8212-0497-1
  • Schapiro, Meyer, Selected Papers, volume 2, Romanesque Art, 1977, Chatto & Windus, London, ISBN 0701122390
  • Schapiro, Meyer, Selected Papers, volume 3, Late Antique, Early Christian and Mediaeval Art, 1980, Chatto & Windus, London, ISBN 0701125144
  • Calkins, Robert G.; Monuments of Medieval Art, Dutton, 1979, ISBN 0525475613
  • Robinson, James. Masterpieces of Medieval Art, 2008, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714128153
  • ref>V.I. Atroshenko and Judith Collins, The Origins of the Romanesque, p. ,Lund Humphries, London, 1985, ISBN 085331487X</ref>
  • Legner, Anton (ed). Ornamenta Ecclesiae, Kunst und Künstler der Romanik.Catalogue of an exhibition in the Schnütgen Museum, Köln, 1985. 3 vols.
  • Legner, Anton (ed). Die Parler und der Schöne Stil, 1350–1400, Catalogue of an exhibition in the Schnütgen Museum, Köln, 1978. 3 vols.
  • Zarnecki, George and others; English Romanesque Art, 1066–1200, 1984, Arts Council of Great Britain, ISBN 0728703866
  • Focillon, Henri, The Art of the West in the Middle Ages, Volume II, Gothic Art, Phaidon/Oxford University Press, 3rd edn, 1980, ISBN 0714821004
  • Jonathan Alexander & Paul Binski (eds), Age of Chivalry, Art in Plantagenet England, 1200–1400, Royal Academy/Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London 1987
  • Cherry, John, The Holy Thorn Reliquary, The British Museum Press, 2010, ISBN 9780714128207
  • Cherry, John, Medieval Goldsmiths, The British Museum Press, 2011 (2nd edn.), ISBN 9780714128238
  • Pope-Hennessy, John, Italian Gothic Sculpture, Phaidon, 1986, ISBN 0714824151
  • Marks, Richard and Williamson, Paul, eds. Gothic: Art for England 1400–1547, 2003, V&A Publications, London, ISBN 1851774017
  • Schultz, Ellen (ed). Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg, 1986, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN 9780870994661
  • John Julius Norwich, The Architecture of Southern England, Macmillan, London, 1985, ISBN 0333220374</ref>
  • Jenkins, Simon, England's Thousand Best Churches, 1999, Allen Lane, ISBN 0-7139-9281-6
  • Jenkins, Simon, England's Thousand Best Houses, 2003, Allen Lane, ISBN 0-7139-9596-3
  • Service, Alastair, The Buildings of Britain, A Guide and Gazetteer, Anglo-Saxon and Norman, 1982, Barrie & Jenkins (London), ISBN 0091501318
  • Airs, Malcolm, The Buildings of Britain, A Guide and Gazetteer, Tudor and Jacobean, 1982, Barrie & Jenkins (London), ISBN 0091478316
  • "Gem (1986)"; Gem, Richard, in: Wilson, Christopher and others: Westminster Abbey, Bell and Hyman, London, 1986, ISBN 713526130
  • Coe, Brian, Stained glass in England, 1150–1550, 1981, W.H. Allen, ISBN 049102794X.
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  • Hellemo, Geir. Adventus Domini: eschatological thought in 4th-century apses and catecheses, BRILL, 1989, ISBN 9004088369, 9789004088368 google books

Illuminated manuscripts[edit]

  • Kren, T. & McKendrick, Scot (eds), Illuminating the Renaissance – The Triumph of Flemish Manuscript Painting in Europe, Getty Museum/Royal Academy of Arts, 2003, ISBN 19033973287
  • McKendrick, Scot; Lowden, John; Doyle, Kathleen, (eds), Royal Manuscripts, The Genius of Illumination, 2011, British Library, ISBN 9780712358156
  • Otto Pächt, Book Illumination in the Middle Ages (trans fr German), 1986, Harvey Miller Publishers, London, ISBN 0199210608
  • T. Voronova and A Sterligov, Western European Illuminated Manuscripts (in the St Petersberg Public Library), 2003, Sirocco, London
  • Walther, Ingo F. and Wolf, Norbert, Masterpieces of Illumination (Codices Illustres); pp 350–3; 2005, Taschen, Köln; ISBN 382284750X</ref>
  • Alexander, Jonathan A.G., Medieval Illuminators and their Methods of Work, 1992, Yale UP, ISBN 0300056893
  • Weitzmann, Kurt. Late Antique and Early Christian Book Illumination. Chatto & Windus, London (New York: George Braziller) 1977.
  • Nordenfalk, Carl. Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Painting: Book illumination in the British Isles 600–800. Chatto & Windus, London (New York: George Braziller), 1977.
  • Brown, Michelle P., Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age, 2007, British Library, ISBN 9780712306805
  • Metz, Peter (trans. Ilse Schrier and Peter Gorge), The Golden Gospels of Echternach, 1957, Frederick A. Praeger, LOC 57-5327
  • Williams, John, Early Spanish Manuscript Illumination Chatto & Windus, London (New York, George Braziller), 1977.
  • Cahn, Walter, Romanesque Bible Illumination, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1982, ISBN 0801414466
  • Calkins, Robert G. Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages. 1983, Cornell University Press, ISBN 0500233756
  • Haney, Kristine Edmondson, The Winchester Psalter; an iconographic study, 1986, Leicester University Press, ISBN 071851260X.
  • Nigel Morgan, A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, Volume 4: Early Gothic Manuscripts, Part 1 1190–1250, Harvey Miller Ltd, London, 1982, ISBN 0199210268
  • Marks, Richard and Morgan, Nigel; The Golden Age of English Manuscript Painting, 1200–1400, 1981, Chatto & Windus, ISBN0701125403
  • Meehan, Bernard. The Book of Durrow: A Medieval Masterpiece at Trinity College Dublin, 1996, Town House, Dublin, ISBN 1570980535
  • Gabriel Bise, The Hunting Book by Gaston Phoebus, Heritage books, London, ISBN 0946470 545
  • Edmond Pognon, Les Trés Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, Liber, 1987
  • Thomas, Marcel; The Golden Age; Manuscript Painting at the Time of Jean, Duc de Berry, 1979, Chatto & Windus, ISBN 0701124725</ref>
  • Plummer, John, The Hours of Catherine of Cleves, Plates 1–15, New York, George Braziller, 1966
  • Unterkircher F., King René's Book of Love (Le Cueur d'Amours Espris)", 1980, George Braziller, New York,ISBN 0807609897</ref>
  • Harthan, John, The Book of Hours,p. 1977, Thomas Y Crowell Company, New York, ISBN 0690016549</ref>
  • ref>Popova, Olga, Russian Illuminated Manuscripts, Thames & Hudson, London (or Braziller NY), 1984, nos 28 & 29</ref>
  • Tahan, Ilana, Hebrew Manuscripts: The Power of Script and Image, 2007, British Library, ISBN 9780712349215

Byzantine[edit]

  • Robin Cormack, Writing in Gold, Byzantine Society and its Icons;, 1985, George Philip, London, ISBN 054001085-5
  • Cormack, Robin (1997). Painting the Soul; Icons, Death Masks and Shrouds. Reaktion Books, London. 
  • Weitzmann, Kurt or Manolis Chatzidakis in The Icon, 1982, Evans Brothers Ltd, London (trans of Le Icone, Montadori 1981), ISBN 0237456451
  • Rice, David Talbot, Byzantine Art, 3rd edn 1968, Penguin Books Ltd
  • Steven Runciman, Byzantine Style and Civilization, 1975, Penguin
  • Beckwith, John, Early Christian and Byzantine Art, Penguin History of Art (now Yale), 2nd edn. 1979, ISBN 0140560335
  • Kitzinger, Ernst, Byzantine art in the making: main lines of stylistic development in Mediterranean art, 3rd–7th century, 1977, Faber & Faber, ISBN 0571111548 (US: Cambridge UP, 1977)
  • Grabar, André, Byzantine Painting, Skira/Macmillan, 1979, ISBN 0333256808
  • Demus, Otto. The Mosaic Decoration of San Marco Venice (1 volume version, edited by Herbert L. Kessler), University of Chicago Press, 1988, ISBN 0226142922
  • Cyril Mango, "Historical Introduction," in Bryer & Herrin, eds., Iconoclasm, pp. 2–3., 1977, Centre for Byzantine Studies, University of Birmingham, ISBN 0704402262
  • Galey, John; Sinai and the Monastery of St. Catherine, Doubleday, New York, 1980, ISBN 0385171102
  • Evans, Helen C. (ed.), Byzantium, Faith and Power (1261–1557), # 27, 2004, Metropolitan Museum of Art/Yale University Press, ISBN 1588391140, Fully online from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Maria Constantoudaki-Kitromilides in From Byzantium to El Greco,p.51-2, Athens 1987, Byzantine Museum of Arts

Asia & Islam[edit]

  • Frankfort, Henri, The Art and Architecture of the Ancient Orient, Pelican History of Art, 4th ed 1970, Penguin (now Yale History of Art), ISBN 0140561072
  • Talbot Rice, Tamara, Ancient Arts of Central Asia, 1965, Thames & Hudson (Praeger in USA)
  • Rawson, Jessica (ed). The British Museum Book of Chinese Art, 2007 (2nd edn), British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714124469
  • Rawson, Jessica, Chinese Ornament: The lotus and the dragon, 1984, British Museum Publications, ISBN 0714114316
  • Sickman, Laurence, in: Sickman L. & Soper A., The Art and Architecture of China, Pelican History of Art, 3rd ed 1971, Penguin (now Yale History of Art), LOC 70-125675
  • Watson, William, Style in the Arts of China, 1974, Penguin, ISBN 0140218637
  • Paine, Robert Treat, in: Paine, R. T. & Soper A, "The Art and Architecture of Japan", Pelican History of Art, 3rd ed 1981, Penguin (now Yale History of Art), ISBN 0140561080
  • Watson, William ed., The Great Japan Exhibition: Art of the Edo Period 1600–1868, 1981, Royal Academy of Arts/Wiedenfield and Nicolson
  • C F Ives, The Great Wave: The Influence of Japanese Woodcuts on French Prints, 1974, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN 0-87099-098-5
  • ref name="cave">Shelagh Vainker in Anne Farrer (ed), Caves of the Thousand Buddhas , 1990, British Museum Publications, ISBN 0 7141 1447 2</ref
  • "Yale":Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar and Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, 2001, Islamic Art and Architecture: 650-1250, Yale University Press, ISBN 0-300-08869-4
  • Blair, Sheila, and Bloom, Jonathan M., The Art and Architecture of Islam, 1250-1800, 1995, Yale University Press Pelican History of Art, ISBN 0300064659
  • Jones, Dalu & Michell, George, (eds); The Arts of Islam, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1976, ISBN 0728700816
  • Piotrovsky M.B. and Rogers, J.M. (eds), Heaven on Earth: Art from Islamic Lands, 2004, Prestel, ISBN 3791330551
  • Harle, J.C., The Art and Architecture of the Indian Subcontinent, 2nd edn. 1994, Yale University Press Pelican History of Art, ISBN 0300062176
  • Michell, George, The Penguin Guide to the Monuments of India, Volume 1: Buddhist, Jain, Hindu, 1989, Penguin Books, ISBN 0140081445
  • Linda Leach in George Michell (ed.), In the Image of Man, The Indian Perception of the Universe through 2000 years of painting and sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1982, ISBN 0728703114
  • Crill, Rosemary, and Jariwala, Kapil. The Indian Portrait, 1560–1860, National Portrait Gallery, London, 2010, ISBN 9781855144095
  • Losty, J. P. Roy, Malini (eds), Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire, 2013, British Library, ISBN 0712358706, 9780712358705
  • Rhie, Marylin and Thurman, Robert (eds):Wisdom And Compassion: The Sacred Art of Tibet, 1991, Harry N. Abrams, New York (with 3 institutions), ISBN 0810925265
  • Levey, Michael; The World of Ottoman Art, 1975, Thames & Hudson, ISBN 0500270651</ref>
  • Rogers J.M. and Ward R.M.; Süleyman the Magnificent, 1988, British Museum Publications ISBN 0714114405
  • Canby, Sheila R. (ed). Shah Abbas; The Remaking of Iran, 2009, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714124520
  • Canby, Sheila R., Persian Painting, 1993, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714114590
  • Titley, Norah M., Persian Miniature Painting, and its Influence on the Art of Turkey and India, 1983, University of Texas Press, ISBN 0292764847
  • Welch, Stuart Cary. Royal Persian Manuscripts, Thames & Hudson, 1976, ISBN 0500270740
  • Gray, Basil, Persian Painting, 1930
  • King, Donald and Sylvester, David eds. The Eastern Carpet in the Western World, From the 15th to the 17th century, Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1983, ISBN 0728703629
  • Ettinghausen et al 650–1250

BL: Grabar, Oleg. Réunion des musées nationaux (France) Masterpieces of Islamic art : c2009. LC.31.b.7562 Brend, Barbara. British Library. The Emperor Akbar’s Khamsa of Niẓāmī / 1995. YC.1995.b.8037 ORW.1995.a.1942 q96/27961 DSC

Ancient[edit]

  • Sandars, Nancy K., Prehistoric Art in Europe, Penguin (Pelican, now Yale, History of Art), 1968 (nb 1st edn.)
  • Cook, R.M., Greek Art, Penguin, 1986 (reprint of 1972), ISBN 0140218661
  • Boardman, John ed., The Oxford History of Classical Art, 1993, OUP, ISBN 0198143869
  • Strong, Donald, et al., Roman Art, 1995 (2nd edn.), Yale University Press (Penguin/Yale History of Art), ISBN 0300052936
  • Henig, Martin (ed), A Handbook of Roman Art, Phaidon, 1983, ISBN 0714822140
  • Kent, J. & Painter K. S. (eds), Wealth of the Roman world: AD 300–700, British Museum Publications, 1977, ISBN 0714100617, 9780714100616
  • Williams, Dyfri. Masterpieces of Classical Art, 2009, British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714122540
  • Howgego, Christopher, Ancient History from Coins, Routledge, 1995, ISBN 041508993X
  • Burnett, Andrew, Coins; Interpreting the Past, University of California/British Museum, 1991, ISBN 0520076281
  • Smith, W. Stevenson, and Simpson, William Kelly. The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt, 3rd edn. 1998, Yale University Press (Penguin/Yale History of Art), ISBN 0300077475

Art general[edit]

  • Clark, Kenneth, The Nude, A Study in Ideal Form, orig. 1949, various edns, page refs from Pelican edn of 1960
  • Clark, Kenneth (1956). The Nude, A Study in Ideal Form. various. ISBN 0691017883. 
  • Clark, Kenneth, Landscape into Art, 1949, page refs to Penguin edn of 1961
  • ref>Richard Wollheim, Art and its objects, p.1, 2nd edn, 1980, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0521 29706 0</ref>
  • Gombrich, E.H., The Story of Art, Phaidon, 13th edn. 1982. ISBN 0 7148 1841 0</ref>
  • Hugh Honour and John Fleming, A World History of Art, 1st edn. 1982 (many later editions), Macmillan, London, page refs to 1984 Macmillan 1st edn. paperback. ISBN 0333371852
  • ref>Blunt Anthony, Artistic Theory in Italy, 1450–1600, 1940 (refs to 1985 edn), OUP, ISBN0198810504</ref>
  • ref>Friedländer, Walter, Mannerism and Anti-Mannerism in Italian Painting, p.42 (Schocken 1970 edn.), 1957, Columbia UP</ref>
  • ref>Levey, Michael; Early Renaissance, 1967, Penguin</ref>
  • Levey, Michael; Florence, A Portrait, Jonathan Cape, 1996, ISBN 0712673105
  • Harbison, Craig. The Art of the Northern Renaissance, 1995, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, ISBN 0297835122
  • ref>Erwin Panofsky (and originally Fritz Saxl), Titian's "Allegory of Prudence", A Postscript, in Meaning in the Visual Arts, Doubleday/Penguin, 1955 </ref>
  • Schreckenburg, Heinz, The Jews in Christian Art, 1996, Continuum, New York, ISBN 0826409369
  • Michael Levey, Painting at Court, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London, 1971, pp 124–5</ref>
  • ref>Trevor-Roper, Hugh; Princes and Artists, Patronage and Ideology at Four Habsburg Courts 1517–1633, Thames & Hudson, London, 1976, ISBN 0500232326, p.112</ref>
  • Strong, Roy: The Spirit of Britain, 1999, Hutchison, London, ISBN 185681534X
  • ref>WR Rearick in: John Dixon Hunt (ed), The Pastoral Landscape, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1992, pp 146–7, ISBN 0894681818 </ref>
  • David Talbot Rice in Enjoying Paintings ed. David Piper, p. 164, Penguin, London, 1964</ref>.
  • Zeri, Federico; Behind the Image, the art of reading paintings, Heinemann, London, 1990, p.153, ISBN 0434896888
  • ref>Canaday, John. Baroque Painters, 1972. (First published in 1969, in The Lives of the Painters). New York: Norton Library. See also: Kahr (1975), quoting Pacheco.</ref>
  • On reflection, Jonathan Miller, National Gallery Publications Limited (1998). ISBN 0-300-07713-0
  • Spivey, Nigel, Enduring Creation: Art, Pain, and Fortitude, 2001, University of California Press, ISBN 0520230221, 9780520230224, Google books
  • Barkan, Leonard, Unearthing the Past: Archaeology and Aesthetics in the Making of Renaissance Culture, 1999, Yale University Press, ISBN 0300089112, 9780300089110
  • Frayling, Christopher, The Royal College of Art, One Hundred and Fifty Years of Art and Design, 1987, Barrie & Jenkins, London, ISBN0712618201
  • Hoving, Thomas. Greatest Works of Western Civilization, 1997, Artisan, New York, ISBN 11885183534
  • Hagen, Rose-Marie and Rainer; What Great Paintings Say, 2 vols, 2005, Taschen, ISBN9783822847909
  • Reitlinger, Gerald; The Economics of Taste, Vol I: The Rise and Fall of Picture Prices 1760–1960, 1961, Barrie and Rockliffe, London
  • Reitlinger, Gerald; The Economics of Taste, Vol III: The Art Market in the 1960's, 1970, Barrie and Rockliffe, London
  • Wright, Christopher. The Art of the Forger, 1984, Gordon Fraser, London. ISBN 086092081X
  • George Savage, Porcelain Through the Ages, Penguin, (2nd edn.) 1963
  • Norman, A.V.B., Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Ceramics I, Wallace Collection, London, 1976.
  • Caiger-Smith, Alan, Lustre Pottery: Technique, Tradition and Innovation in Islam and the Western World (Faber and Faber, 1985) ISBN 0571135072
  • King, Donald and Sylvester, David eds. The Eastern Carpet in the Western World, From the 15th to the 17th century, Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1983, ISBN 0728703629
  • Osborne, Harold (ed), The Oxford Companion to the Decorative Arts, 1975, OUP, ISBN 0198661134
  • Harthan, John P., Bookbinding, 1961, HMSO (for the Victoria and Albert Museum)
  • Marks, P.J.M., Beautiful Bookbindings, A Thousand Years of the Bookbinder's Art, 2011, British Library, ISBN 9780712358231 (kindly donated to WMUK by the author, BL bindings curator)
  • Willett, Frank, African Art, Thames & Hudson, World of Art series, 1971, ISBN 9780500203644

Other[edit]

  • Adamson, John (ed. and author),The Princely Courts of Europe, 1500–1750, p.107, 2000, Cassell & Co, London, ISBN 1841880973</ref>
  • ref name="FB">Braudel, Fernand, "Civilization & Capitalism, 15–18th Centuries, Vol 1: The Structures of Everyday Life", William Collins & Sons, London 1981
  • Braudel, Fernand, "Civilization & Capitalism, 15–18th Centuries, Vol 2: The Wheels of Commerce", William Collins & Sons, London 1982
  • ref>Braudel, Fernand, "Civilization & Capitalism, 15–18th Centuries, Vol 3: The Perspective of the World", p. 111, William Collins & Sons, London 1984, ISBN 0002161338</ref>
  • Barbara Tuchman;A Distant Mirror, 1978, Alfred A Knopf Ltd,
  • Aron Gurevich in Jacques Le Goff (ed), The Medieval World,p. 265, 1990, Collins & brown,ISBN 855850818</ref>
  • ref> Georges Duby ed.,A History of Private Life, Vol 2 Revelations of the Medieval World, 1988 (English translation), p.571, Belknap Press, Harvard University</ref>
  • John Hale, The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance (orig. London 1993) Fontana, 1994, ISBN 000686175X
  • ref>Anne Hollander, Seeing through Clothes,1978, The Viking Press,ISBN 0380487772</ref>
  • ref>Payne, Blanche; Winakor, Geitel; Farrell-Beck Jane: The History of Costume, from Ancient Mesopotamia to the Twentieth Century, 2nd Edn, p128, HarperCollins, 1992. ISBN0060471417</ref
  • Françoise Piponnier and Perrine Mane; Dress in the Middle Ages; Yale UP, 1997; ISBN 0300069065
  • Roy Strong; Art and Power; Renaissance Festivals 1450-1650, 1984, The Boydell Press;ISBN 0851152007
  • Saunders Frances StonorHawkwood: The Diabolical Englishman (2004), Fontana, ISBN 0571219098. (US edition: The Devil's Broker: Seeking Gold, God, and Glory in 14th Century Italy (2005))
  • Ryan, John. Irish Monasticism, Origins and Early Development, Talbot Press, Dublin, 1931
  • Schama, Simon (1989). Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN 0-394-55948-7. 
  • Simon Schama. The Embarrassment of Riches: An Interpretation of Dutch Culture in the Golden Age (1987)
  • Simon Schama, Landscape and Memory, 1995, Harper Collins (2004 Harper Perennial edn used), ISBN 0006863485
  • Christiansen, Rupert, Romantic Affinities: Portraits From an Age, 1780–1830, 1989, Cardinal, ISBN 0747404046
  • Davies, Norman, Europe: A History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996, ISBN 0-19-820171-0
  • Hale, John. A Concise Encyclopaedia of the Italian Renaissance, Oxford University Press, 1981, ISBN 0500233330.
  • Plumb, J.H. ed.: The Italian Renaissance 1961, American Heritage, New York, ISBN 0-618-12738-0 (page refs from 1978 UK Penguin edn).
  • J.H. Elliott and LWB Brockliss, eds, The World of the Favourite,1999, Yale UP, ISBN0300076444
  • Duc de Saint-Simon, ed & trans Lucy Norton;Historical Memoirs of the Duc de Saint-Simon, Vols 1–3, 1967–72, Hamish Hamilton, London.
  • ef>Philippe de Commynes trans. Michael Jones, Memoirs, pp. 253–4, 1972, Penguin, ISBN 0140442642</ref>
  • "Concise", Ogg, James George, Ogg, Gabi, Gradstein F. M., The Concise Geologic Time Scale, 2008, Cambridge University Press, 2008, ISBN 0521898498, 9780521898492

Johnbod's Law[edit]

  • 5 refs on a line is almost always a sure sign of trouble.

To do:[edit]

Giovanni Battista PalumbaLeda, Portrait historié, Dream of the Magi, Platemark, Standing cup, Ornament in the arts/ (arts), Johann Kellerthaler, Embriachi, Canons of feminine beauty (Ceoil) – see Female body shape and Body proportions, disegno, World landscape, Ancestor portrait, picture restorer, chape, Scroll (art), inhabited scroll, openwork, artesonado, Jain art, Jewish art, vine-scroll, Italo-Byzantine painting, art trade, attribution (art), Luxury art, armlet, funerary hall, Five hundred arhats/rakan/luohans, Roulette (printmaking), Mattoir, Group portrait, Constitution/politics of Republic of Genoa,

Improve: Marriage of the Virgin, Gothic art, Tronie, Madonna (art),Single-leaf woodcut, clean up Titian, finish iconography, Jean Colombe, church monument, Master I. A. M. of Zwolle, Charles Méryon, Master Theodoric, Eadwine Psalter,Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Interlace (art), Decorative arts, Intaglio (printmaking), Portrait painting, inlay, Baroque painting, Chinese bronzes, Sebastiano del Piombo, Armenian architecture, Architecture of Georgia, majolica, Hubert van Eyck, Byzantine silk, Walter Deverell, plaque & plaquette, treasure binding, Ottonian art, Jean Bourdichon,

Disambiguation/articles needed: The Finding of Moses, Garden of Love,

Charlemagne vatican cross: Lasko, [4], [5], CA,

Too many articles:

Deletion some time: Merge tags added:


Stretched images: Image:Paoloveronese.jpg, Image:Raphael_missing.jpg and b\w version, Image:Charles I of England.jpg Offers to find/restore to correct aspect ratio very welcome!

Toys, gizmos[edit]

The Gavrillo Princip Award for exceptional efforts towards the total elimination of all HAPSBURGS Johnbod (talk) 22:43, 15 October 2008 (UTC)- Returned to sender
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This is fun ; from it I learn that that the average time between my edits on Cabinet is 235.7 days. new edit counter

WP article view counter: This state of the art tool allows you to tell how few people see your work.

Ancient history: 2001 page views

Wiki tools[edit]

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  • Who wrote that? (Wiki blame) [15]
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  • Wikichecker [20]
  • 3RR tool [21]
  • Review [22]


Links[edit]

# setting date prefs Fashion links

An increasing number of doctoral dissertations are also available in electronic form. Here (Swedish website, but not too difficult to understand, I think) is a collection of links to databases in various countries (Frankrike=France, Norge=Norway, Tyskland=Germany) containing dissertations and other university publications in electronic form. (The following section is for Swedish universities, and includes a link to the DIVA Portal database contains dissertations, other university publications, and unpublished undergraduate theses from several Swedish and Norwegian universities. Search can be filtered to only include doctoral dissertations. As on many of these sites, an English interface can be selected.) Olaus 11:56, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

Science[edit]

Invaluable Summaries of Wikipedia content[edit]

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Diffs[edit]

  • Hmmm "Firstly, the Foundation employees are hired for skill and availability, so they are rarely wiki-insiders, and often unaware of how complicated some of the processes are" [23]
  • Peacock Prize: "He found the answers to his adolescent doubts in communication with the trees, the wind, and the Ocean… From the youngest years of his life, Michel de Séréville was impressed by the wild forces of nature.
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Things I've been called[edit]

a member of the "militaristic-artistic" faction
anti-Catholic
neo-colonialist
by Attilios and LoveMonkey, too many to mention, but then many people can say the same ...
(Chinese) ethnocentric....
snotty...
a terrier
"bigotted"

warnings[edit]

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Visual arts-related AfDs[edit]

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1) Go to: Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Visual arts, edit and add article to list where instucted (in edit mode only), copying the line from last article, & changing the name (or using the example in the text at the top of the page).

2) Go to the article's listing at AfD (which must have been set up in the usual way), and add : THIS BIT>> {{subst:LVD}} <<  : It should go under the article details and above the nom statement, as it is a formal notice and not part of the debate. It will sign your name with date stamp automatically.

Please pass on to others. Mnemonic: List of Visual arts-related Deletions.

Template to use:

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Result:

Tyrenius 00:18, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

The template can only be used for AfDs listed on Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Visual arts or the wording won't make any sense! Tyrenius 03:07, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

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