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Articles from Apollo (September 1, 2005)

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10 to catch: Apollo's selection for the month ahead. 499
A castle at the cutting edge. Tipton, Gemma 2054
A National Trust for Ireland. Hall, Michael 811
A Titan for temple Newsam? The Earl of Halifax's Titian portrait, now on the market for a reputed 50 million [pounds sterling], seems likely to leave the UK--but it could perhaps find a home in Yorkshire. 501
Around the galleries: medieval manuscripts and a rare Titian cause a stir in Paris, Mexico comes to life in New York and photography in London focuses on gender. Glynn, Susannah 650
As good as it gets: London defied fears of summer lethargy in the market when its July sales achieved high prices in every field--including new records for Canaletto and Chinese porcelain. Moore, Susan 1910
Cosmopolitan commerce: the Dublin goldsmith Robert Calderwood: in the first detailed reconstruction of the career of one of Ireland's leading eighteenth-century goldsmiths, Alison FitzGerald reveals a spirited, well-connected and highly successful entrepreneur. FitzGerald, Alison Biography 5414
Cotman's arcadian dreamland: a large display of some of John Sell Cotman's finest watercolours, shown at the Bowes Museum in the summer, has just opened at Harewood House, Together with a related book, it brings the artist's arrival at creative maturity into finer focus. Shanes, Eric 1358
Dangerous and sublime: an exhibition on Salvator Rosa's landscapes, mounted by Compton Verney and currently at the Wallace Collection, is a reminder of the artist's profound influence on European attitudes to the natural world. Whitfield, Clovis 981
Digging deep: William Laffan praises an absorbing study of a group of eighteenth-century Irish landscape gardens that illuminatingly unravels their many meanings. Laffan, William Book Review 1714
Drama at Arles new light on Van Gogh's self-mutilation. Bailey, Martin 11167
From an imaginatively restored Victorian square to a floating garden, Louise Nicholson revels in Manhattan's rus in urbe. Nicholson, Louise 791
Gleams of steel and silver: the opening of a sparkling new Metalwork Gallery display in the Millennium Galleries in Sheffield is the latest manifestation of the revitaJisation of the city's museums, Philippa Glanville discusses the gallery and explains how this renaissance has been achieved. Glanville, Philippa 1095
Hell and afterwards: prints by Otto Dix and Max Beckmann depicting World War and its aftermath make a powerful, unsettling exhibition at the Neue Galerie in New York. Platzer, David 1075
Irish furniture 1740-1800: the Knight of Glin, Desmond FitzGerald, recalls how his interest in Irish furniture developed when he was working at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and reviews the slow return to fashion--and appreciation in value--of Irish baroque furniture over the past decade or so. FitzGerald, Desmond 1483
Look at me: Tate Modern seeks to demonstrate the full cultural and political significance of Frida Kahlo--but ultimately her work is essentially personal. Woolmer, Susannah 959
Making an entrance at the National Gallery. Smith, Charles Saumarez 3918
Michael Dillon, muralist: in the first of a new monthly series on contemporary decorative arts, Amicia de Moubray talks to Ireland's most celebrated muralist, who explains why he hates being compared with Rex Whistler. de Moubray, Amicia Interview 601
Museums are now honest about conservation issues. Dale, Michael Brief Article 195
Newly discovered Italian sculptures. Moore, Susan 383
Northern Nocturnes, Swedish prints, Irish neo-classical paintings and furniture, and vibrant contemporary art can be found in Ireland this autumn. McKinley, Nigel 1662
Other fairs this month--and a choice show in Maastricht. Moore, Susan Brief Article 140
Out with the old: Nottingham survived the 1960s with much of its finest architecture surprisingly intact. So why, despite paying lip-service to conservation, is the council demonstrating such indifference to the city's historic buildings? 1415
Pantheons: Transformations of a Monumental Idea. Howell, Peter Book Review 1027
Paris was once the artistic capital of the world--but, asks Samson Spaniel, can it maintain its status as an international player? Spaniel, Samson 1496
Penguin by Design: A Cover Story 1935-2005. Powers, Alan Book Review 1044
Taking risks side-by-side: Pissarro and Cezanne were close friends for twenty years. Their relationship is examined in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, curated by Joachim Pissarro, who talked to Louise Nicholson about its purposes. Nicholson, Louise Interview 1237
The Medieval Stained Glass of Wells Cathedral. Caviness, Madeline H. Book Review 1270
Victorians and the Prehistoric: Tracks to a Lost World. Hall, Michael Book Review 636
Writhing, bulging, burgeoning, blossoming: Dale Chihuly's spectacular glass sculptures have happily taken root at Kew Gardens. Richardson, Tim 1202

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