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Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade

“Inhuman Traffic: The Business of the Slave Trade.” “Portraits, People, and Abolition.” “Uncomfortable Truths: The Shadow of Slave Trading on Contemporary Art and Design”; and “Traces of the Trade: Discovery Trails Exploring the Links between Art, Design, and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.”

Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade. Maurie D. McInnis.

Maurie D. McInnis. Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade.

LEE, Sydney (1866 - 1949), Chairman Smith Bequest, Southampton, 1932; Board of Trade Council of Art and Industry, 1934; artist, painter, etcher, wood engraver

DOLMAN, Frederick (1867 - 1923), Editor of the Art Trade Journal; contributor to the Strand, Pearson’s and other magazines

Dilke [née Strong; other married name Pattison], Emilia Francis, Lady Dilke (1840-1904), art historian and trade unionist

Kathryn L. Reyerson. The Art of the Deal: Intermediaries of Trade in Medieval Montpellier. (The Medieval Mediterranean, number 37.) Boston: Brill. 2002. Pp. 257

SMITH, Hubert Llewellyn (1864 - 1945), Hon. Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1934; Chairman of Committee under Merchandise Marks Acts 1927; Member of Board of Trade Council for Art and Industry, 1934; Chief Economic Adviser to HM Government, 1919–27; Permanent Secretary to Board of Trade, 1907–19

Risoluzione Delle Controversie Nel Mercato Internazionale Dell’arte: Proprietà, Autenticità, Aspetti Economici / Resolution of Disputes in International Art Trade: Property, Authenticity, Economic Aspects – Venezia / Venice (Italia/Italy), 29–30 settembre/

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

 

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Evidence for the import of works of art before the Reformation is also evidence for the existence of an art trade, but the first identifiable art dealer is John Clerk ...

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