Art History and Its Institutions: Foundations of a Discipline

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ILLUSTRATIONS
2.1 Sir John Soane's Museum, London. The Dome, looking east. 31
2.2 The Crystal Palace, London, 1851. Color lithograph of exterior. 40
2.3 George Cruikshank, All the World Going to the Crystal Palace, 1851. Lithograph. 42
3.1 Raphael, School of Athens, 1512. Fresco, Vatican, Rome. 49
3.2 Jacques Pierre Gisors, Museum Design, 1779. Drawing with watercolor. 51
3.3 Etienne-Louis Boullée, Plan of a Museum, 1783. Drawing with watercolor. 52
3.4 Etienne-Louis Boullée, Interior View of a Museum, 1783. Drawing with watercolor. 53
3.5 Etienne-Louis Boullée, Design for the Royal Library, 1785. Drawing with watercolor. 55
3.6 Hubert Robert, Project for the Arrangement of the Grand Gallery of the Louvre, ca. 1784. Oil on canvas. 57
3.7 Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Altes Museum, Berlin, 1823-30. View of the rotunda. Engraving. 58
3.8 Frank Lloyd Wright, Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1943-59. View of the rotunda. 60
3.9 Frank Gehry, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, 1997. Exterior view. 61
4.1 Jubiläums-Kunstinstitut, University of Marburg, ca. 1930. 66
4.2 Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, ca. 1930. 66
4.3 Plan of the main floor (from the garden side) and elevation of the garden façade, Jubiläums-Kunstinstitut. 71
4.4 Plan of the main and second floors, Fogg Art Museum. 72
4.5 Courtyard of the Jubiläums-Kunstinstitut, ca. 1930. 73
4.6 Courtyard of the Fogg Art Museum, ca. 1930. 74
10.1 After Henri Regnault, Salomé. Lithograph, ca. 1870. 166
10.2 After Henri Regnault, Execution without Judgment under the Kings of Morocco. Lithograph, ca. 1870. 169
10.3 Les Artistes Célèbres, Paris, Rouam, 1880s. 171

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