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CURRENT ISSUE

Cover

A Philosopher Lecturing on the Orrery by Joseph Wright of Derby (1734–1797), 1766 (detail).
Oil on canvas, 147.3 x 203.2 cm.
Derby Museum and Art Gallery.
See review of Matthew Craske, Joseph Wright of Derby, Painter of Darkness, on p. 87 and this issues Featured Article

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

2 | The William MB Berger Prize 2020


RESEARCH

3 | Ian Thomson
Refugee blues
The life of Maret Haugas (1934–2006) and the kindness of Carel Weight (1908–1997)

16 | Alexander S Gourlay & Robert LS Cowley
In the beginning
The trade card of William Hogarth (1697–1764), a first attempt at copper-plate engraving

28 | Bob Crowther
Josefina de Vasconcellos (1904–2005) Sculpting for peace and reconciliation

38 | Mathew Norman
Drawings of lions by Sir Edwin Landseer (1802–1873) and the Trafalgar Square monument

46 | Rodney Griffiths
The works of Arthur Devis (1712–1787) with a supplement to his catalogue

54 | Edward Corp
The recently discovered portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart by Rosalba Carriera (1673–1757)

60 | Hugh Brigstocke
The Revd Walter Stevenson Halliday (1794–1872)
Grand Tour Journal, France through Switzerland to Italy  1814–1816

66 |Geoffrey Munn
Richard Dadd (1817–1886) and Edmund Yates (1831–1894) New light on the painter and his press

71 | Daniel Hadden & Alistair Lexden
Solving a Mrs Thatcher mystery
A painting by Alfred Reginald Thomson RA (1894–1979)

74 | Hilary Maddicott
Sir Anthony Van Dyck (1599–1641, Margaret Lemon (c1614–1643) and Wenceslas Hollar (1607–1677)
The creation of a historical myth?

78 | Lyrica Taylor
A rediscovered altarpiece by John Francis Rigaud  (1742–1810)

BOOK REVIEWS

87 | Jonathan Yarker
Matthew Craske
Joseph Wright of Derby: Painter of Darkness

EXHIBITION REVIEWS

92 | Robert Weinberg
‘Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist As Medium’
Drawing Room, London, 10 September–1 November 2020 
Millennium Gallery, Museums
Sheffield, 19 November 2020 –7 March 2021 
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, 20 March–13 June 2021 
Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, dates to be confirmed

REFLECTIONS

95 | Stephen Conrad
Hugh Belsey
Thomas Gainsborough: The Portraits, Fancy Pictures and Copies after Old Masters