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Articles from Apollo (September 1, 2019)

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'A parable of museum-going': Thomas Marks visits a doll's house in Denmark. Marks, Thomas 970
'An important work by Titian has been hiding in plain sight': Xavier F. Salomon at the Kunstmuseum Basel. 1322
'My art is about overcoming our limitations': Agnes Denes. Schwarz, Gabrielle Interview 1063
'The story of the targeting of culture in modern conflict': Jacques Schuhmacher at the Imperial War Museum, London. 1239
'These buildings are tough, but in need of care': Gillian Darley in Eritrea. Darley, Gillian 1130
Around the Galleries: Among the highlights of the new season are La Biennale Paris's now annual outing in the French capital, LAPADA in London and Fine Art Asia in Hong Kong. Reilly, Samuel 1042
Art Business Multiple millions. Gerlis, Melanie 912
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2520
Biennale Internazionale dell'Antiquariato di Firenze: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the event. Moore, Susan 1207
Collectors' Focus Metaphysical painting. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1238
Conflict resolution: Gros's drawings reflect the struggle between his warring inclinations. Prodger, Michael 1230
Fry's Italian delights: Roger Fry's taste-making had much to do with his Renaissance scholarship. Prettejohn, Elizabeth Book review 1081
GRAND CREW: After the decade-long renovation of its home in the former palace of the dukes of Burgundy, the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Dijon can now show its masterpieces to even greater advantage. Barling, Sophie 2776
HOUND EFFECTS: Gustave Courbet's hunting scenes have rarely found favour with critics, but in his bicentenary year these monumental and often melancholy paintings may strike more of a chord. Stammers, Tom 2405
In 1929, a future Tate director writing in Apollo deemed admirers of modern art 'lacking all discrimination'. O'Byrne, Robert 799
Is the writing on the wall for private museum funding? Fleming, David 1233
Late bloomers: Manet's unfairly dismissed late works get a welcome reappraisal. Cohen, Rachel 1153
MAX FACTOR: For Emperor Maximilian I, the arts had little other purpose than to glorify the house of Habsburg--then a feeble dynasty, but one that Maximilian, through his grand artistic schemes, was determined to imagine into greatness. Gelber, David 3803
Off the shelf. Recommended readings 366
Reforming Italy. Marks, Thomas Editorial 719
September Calendar. Calendar 136
September highlights. Calendar 476
Trauma units: Paula Rego's powerful works conjure up a world of pain. Birne, Eleanor 1265
TRUE TO TYPE: Franco Maria Ricci has amassed a very personal collection of largely 18th- and 19th-century sculpture and paintings, and a library of books published by the great typographer Giambattista Bodoni. Moore, Susan 2552
Two-way traffic: Isabella Smith looks at how Nordic and East Asian artists and designers influenced each other. Smith, Isabella 1114
What a carve up! A study of medieval sculpture focuses on materials and their meanings. de Beer, Lloyd Book review 1015

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