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Canvassing thought: Kathryn Murphy contemplates whether, as this book suggests, paintings might be said to think. Jul 1, 2021 1159
Aby's roads: The reconstruction of Aby Warburg's Bilderatlas has replenished its enigmas, writes Kathryn Murphy. Feb 1, 2021 2233
STAYING THE DISTANCE. Essay Jun 1, 2020 2970
A Delft touch: This compelling show reveals Pieter de Hooch as a master of pattern and light. Dec 1, 2019 1267
Meet the beetles! A study of 16th-century insect illustrations sees the macro in the micro, writes Kathryn Murphy. Book review Jul 1, 2019 1133
Spiralling out: A new book draws attention to an extraordinary Enlightenment family. Book review Feb 1, 2019 952
STILLED LIFE: In depicting servants paused at their work, Chardin places inattentive figures in the midst of carefully realised still lifes--encouraging us to ponder what distraction shares with contemplation. Sep 1, 2018 2972
Lines of thought: this enquiry into philosophy and visual culture is full of original insight. Book review Jul 1, 2017 1145
Untold mysteries: the Voynich Manuscript happily remains as indecipherable as ever. Book review May 1, 2017 1065
Light embodied: an outstanding exhibition of medieval illuminations dazzles. Book review Oct 1, 2016 1155
Ways of seeing: Kathryn Murphy on the complex role of vision in Renaissance art and science. Book review Nov 1, 2015 935
Drawing the curtain. Essay Mar 1, 2015 2525

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