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Articles from Apollo (July 1, 2016)

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'Jump away, jumping boy': Matthew Sperling on Christopher Wood. Sperling, Matthew 949
'Over 3,000 items will be on show': ambitious new galleries at the National Museum of Scotland. Interview 1180
'There is still much to learn about this unusual have in Rome'. Stanley-Price, Nicholas 760
A little indecent: Aubrey Beardsley created an exhilarating body of work in his brief career. Hollinghurst, Alan Book review 1008
A master in Manhattan: the ambitious Van Dyck would have relished seeing his works displayed at the Frick. Hearn, Karen 1140
A world of difference. Moore, Susan 2635
Around the galleries: London, Bamberg, Edinburgh, Monaco and Knocke--this summer sees a wealth of fairs across Europe featuring every thing from Renaissance paintings to tribal pieces. Barnard, Imelda Calendar 956
Art and life: Indian artist Bhupen Khakhar found inspiration in even the smallest of details. Parker, Peter 889
Art Business Auction house private sales. Brady, Anna 1448
Art market. Moore, Susan 2337
Beyond Merrie England: Gavin Stamp on Shakespeare and architecture. Stamp, Gavin 1133
Collectors' focus African tribal art. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1265
Conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 369
Culture for everyone? Bickerton, Emilie 3137
Does today's gallery system work for artists? Burnett, Craig; Lemmey, Huw 1440
Faith in design: C.F.A. Voysey's designs were as pioneering as his architecture. Skipwith, Peyton Book review 1022
Fiji in context. Thomas, Nicholas 2669
Frozen in the future: Umberto Boccioni's untimely death in 1916 turned him into the tragic hero of Futurism--and helped the artist's reputation flourish abroad in the post-war period. McKever, Rosalind 2840
Guiding spirit. Wilcox, Matthew 2464
International art & antique dealers. Directory 342
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 304
July & August highlights. Report 458
Memoir deals. Marks, Thomas Column 685
Nurturing nature: defenders of the British landscape need not fear mentioning beauty. Hewison, Robert Book review 974
Off the shelf. Book review 376
Out of the shadows: Wolf Burchard welcomes a long overdue survey of Charles Le Brun's prodigious talents. Burchard, Wolf 1062
Parcours des Mondes: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the fair. Moore, Susan 967
Royal commissions: the Attalids were a minor Hellenistic dynasty that commissioned major artworks. Ma, John 1082
Save our museums! Robert O'Byrne on an essay collection that makes a firm defence of public collection. O'Byrne, Robert Book review 1041
The Sainsbury Wing's postmodern riffs on classical architecture, noted in Apollo in 1991, have an appeal that has endured. O'Byrne, Robert 735
What is a European Capital of Culture for? Gillian Darley finds some answers in San Sebastian. Darley, Gillian 757

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