Studies in the History of Collections
Edited by John Boardman, Christopher Brown, Arthur MacGregor and Peter Stewart, Studies in the History of Collections is a new and innovative series embracing art and science, the antique and post-antique, east and west, old world and new. It is being published in two forms. The first, under the imprint of British Archaeological Reports (published by Archaeopress) is in their standard format; the second, under the joint imprint of Archaeopress and the Beazley Archive, is hard-bound. The large (A4) format, rich in images, aims to make subjects accessible to a broad spectrum of readers.
Authors who would like their work to be considered for the series are invited to contact SHC@maillist.ox.ac.uk. The Editors will wish to see a hard copy of the text and images. They will consult an International Refereeing Committee. Authors whose work has been accepted will be given an electronic format by email. They will be responsible for the preparation of their text and images according to this format.
The Reception of Classical Art in Britain
by D. Kurtz
Giovanni Pietro Campana (1808-1880)
by S. Sarti
Auctions, Agents and Dealers, The Mechanisms of the Art Market 1660-1830
edited by Jeremy Warren and Adriana Turpin
Greek Vases in the Imperial Hermitage Museum: The History of the Collection 1816–69 with Addenda et Corrigenda to Ludolf Stephani, Die Vasen-Sammlung der Kaiserlichen Ermitage (1869)
by Anastasia Bukina, Anna Petrakova and Catherine Phillips