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19 Live discusses recent exhibitions, events, and performances with a nineteenth-century focus, both in the UK and abroad.

19 Live


Introduction to 19 Live

Introduction to 19 Live

Victoria Mills

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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Review of Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain

Review of Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain

Sasha Dovzhyk

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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Review of ‘Pre-Raphaelite Sisters’ at the National Portrait Gallery, London

Review of ‘Pre-Raphaelite Sisters’ at the National Portrait Gallery, London

Amelia Yeates

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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A Present-Day Morality for the Present Day

A Present-Day Morality for the Present Day

Sally Blackburn-Daniels

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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Review of William Blake at Tate Britain: 'For the pictures'

Review of William Blake at Tate Britain: 'For the pictures'

Susan Matthews

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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A Conversation about Livingstone Online and the Victorian Record of African Exploration

A Conversation about Livingstone Online and the Victorian Record of African Exploration

Kate Simpson , Justin D. Livingstone and Adrian S. Wisnicki

2020-08-05 Issue 30 • 2020 • Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

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Reflections on 19 Live

Reflections on 19 Live

Herb Sussman

2019-06-02 19 Live

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Issue: Issue 28 • 2019 • Old Masters, Modern Women

[In]Visible: Paintings by Women Artists in the National Gallery, London: An Interview with Letizia Treves and Francesca Whitlum-Cooper

[In]Visible: Paintings by Women Artists in the National Gallery, London: An Interview with Letizia Treves and Francesca Whitlum-Cooper

Susanna Avery-Quash , Letizia Treves and Francesca Whitlum-Cooper

2019-06-02 19 Live

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Review of ‘Annie Swynnerton: Painting Light and Hope’, Manchester Art Gallery

Review of ‘Annie Swynnerton: Painting Light and Hope’, Manchester Art Gallery

Emma Merkling

2019-06-02 19 Live

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Issue: Issue 28 • 2019 • Old Masters, Modern Women

Review of ‘Christiana Herringham: Artist, Campaigner, Collector’, Royal Holloway, Emily Wilding Davison Building

Review of ‘Christiana Herringham: Artist, Campaigner, Collector’, Royal Holloway, Emily Wilding Davison Building

Maria Alambritis (ed.)

2019-06-02 19 Live

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Issue: Issue 28 • 2019 • Old Masters, Modern Women

‘[In]Visible: Irish Women Artists from the Archives’: An Interview with Emma O’Toole

‘[In]Visible: Irish Women Artists from the Archives’: An Interview with Emma O’Toole

Susanna Avery-Quash and Emma O’Toole

2019-06-02 19 Live

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Issue: Issue 28 • 2019 • Old Masters, Modern Women