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Articles from Apollo (February 1, 2016)

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'If we stay away, we are cowards' Fleur Macdonald at the Bardo National Museum, Tunis. Macdonald, Fleur 822
'London is lucky to have the blue plaque scheme': Gavin Stamp. 1154
'The greatest of the giants on whose shoulders we stand' Tobias Capwell on Samuel Rush Meyrick, pioneering scholar of arms and armour. Capwell, Tobias 760
'This mosaic is the best of the roman tradition': Amir Gorzalczany. Barnard, Amir Interview 1092
A matter of life and death: the popular view of ancient Egypt as a culture obsessed with death is challenged by two exhibitions, which argue that funerary objects were as important in daily life as they were in the afterlife. Shaw, Garry 2458
Are there too many art fairs? With several art fairs staged every week, are such events damaging to the more traditional art trade, or do they allow greater public engagement with art? 1383
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda Calendar 1052
Back to front: an intriguing exhibition questions which side of a painting we should look at. Spawls, Alice 854
Collectors' focus ancient armour: Emma Crichton-Miller. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1077
Conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 160
Egyptology by Egyptians: Raphael Cormack praises a groundbreaking study of overlooked 20th-century scholars. Cormack, Raphael Book review 954
February highlights. Calendar 435
Henry James's final novel was inspired by attempts to keep a work by Hans Holbein the Younger in Britain, wrote Adeline R. Tintner in Apollo in 1981. O'Byrne, Robert 812
International art & antique dealers. Directory 340
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 343
International picture framers. Directory 130
Kasmin's ark. Moore, Susan Interview 2644
Keeping it in the family. Turner, Christopher Interview 2753
Master of illusions. La Force, Thessaly Interview 2031
Never too much: the American artist Carolee Schneemann has always revelled in excess. Martin, Richard 842
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Recommended readings 334
Passing thoughts: Anselm Kiefer's notebooks carefully record the painter's creative ups and downs. Stonard, John-Paul Book review 1016
Power dressing: Eve Kahn enjoys an exhibition about a remarkable patron and a master craftsman. Kahn, Eve 1048
Preview. Moore, Susan 1069
Regal realism: George IV's taste for Dutch masters reveals a monarchy deeply attached to the Netherlands. Barrett, Katy 1100
Review. 1103
Rewriting the past. Hatherley, Owen Essay 1760
Title deeds. Marks, Thomas Column 709
Untold riches: David Gelber welcomes a volume of essays that elaborate on the prosperity of Renaissance Lisbon. Gelber, David Book review 977

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