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Art and the West


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Art and the West

Chinese Art and Its Impact on the West

Peripheralising Patriarchy? Gender and Identity in Post-Soviet Art: A View from the West

Art, Piety and Destruction in the Christian West, 1500–1700, ed. Virginia Chieffo Raguin

JACKS, William (1841 - 1907), iron merchant; Chairman of several industrial and commercial works; Past President, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce; President of the Council of the Commercial College, Glasgow; Past President of the British Iron Trade Association; Past President of the West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute; President of various Literary and Science and Art Clubs in Glasgow

Re-Imagining the Modern American West: A Century of Fiction, History, and Art. By Richard W. Etulain. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1996. xxviii, 241 pp. Cloth, $45.00, ISBN 0-8165-1133-0. Paper, $17.95, ISBN 0-81651683-9.)

LLEWELLYN, William (1863 - 1941), Member of Royal West of England Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Scottish Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Hibernian Academy; Hon. Member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Hon. Fellow of the Society of Painter Etchers; Hon. Fellow Royal Institute of British Architects; Hon. Fellow of the Institute of British Decorators; Hon. Corresponding member of the National Academy of Design, New York; once a member of The New English Art Club, The Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, and Royal British Colonial Society of Artists—since resigned; Grand Officer of the Order of Orange Nassau, Holland; Grand Cross of the Crown of Italy; Commander of the Legion of Honour; Albert Medal, Royal Society of Arts

 

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