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CURRENT ISSUE

Cover

St Cecilia (BJ 160) by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, made by Morris & Co, c1900.
Stained and painted glass, 213.5 x 75.5 cm. Princeton University Art Museum,
museum purchase, Surdna Fund (y1974-84). Photo Princeton University Art Museum
See article by Anne Anderson, on pp72-82 and this issues Featured Article

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

2 | Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury
A major new art centre


RESEARCH

3 | Fintan Cullen
Ireland and British portraiture
The case of Mansergh St George

8 | William Hauptman 
Encountering European painting in London
The Lichfield House Exhibition of 1851 and its forerunners. Part I

32 | Susan Sloman 
The ‘infant’ drawings of Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830)

42 | Jonathan Foyle and Peter N Lindfield
A forger’s folly? 
The productions of George Shaw (1810–76) for Chetham’s Library, Manchester

51 | Simon Spier
Between Fine Art and Design

York School of Design, 1842–1855

58 | Patricia R Andrew 
In the frame?
The funeral parson in A Harlot’s Progress by William Hogarth (1697–1764)

62 | Allister Neher
John Bell (1763–1820)
Anatomist and art theorist

72 | Anne Anderson
Dearman Birchall’s House Beautiful
The St Cecilia windows for Bowden Hall, a collaboration between Morris & Co and Aldam Heaton

83 | David Greenwood
Dearman bookplates and bonding
An early woodcut by Georgie Gaskin (1866–1934)

ON THE MARKET

86 | Alexander Clayton-Payne
The re-emergence of a painting by Benjamin West (1738–1820)

BOOK REVIEWS

93 | Martin Hopkinson 
George Rawson
Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Italy

EDITOR’S CHOICE

95 | ­ Robin Simon
Ekaterina Karavaeva
Power, Diplomacy and Culture at the Court of Henry VIII

EXHIBITION REVIEW

95 | RB Watson
 ‘Hubert Arthur Finney: Out of the Shadows’
The Lightbox, Woking, 9 January–21 March 2021