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The rise of the modern art market in London, 1850-1939 / edited by Pamela Fletcher and Anne Helmreich.

Manchester, UK ; Manchester University Press : 2011.
New York : Manchester University Press : 2011.
Physical Description:
xvi, 346 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Reference Library
N8600 .R57 2011 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Related Content:
Includes bibliographical references (p. [312]-340) and index.
Subject Terms:
Art -- Economic aspects -- England -- London -- History -- 19th century.
Art -- Economic aspects -- England -- London -- History -- 20th century.
Art dealers -- England -- London -- History -- 19th century.
Art dealers -- England -- London -- History -- 20th century.
Fletcher, Pamela M., 1967-
Helmreich, Anne.

  • Introduction. The state of the field/ Pamela Fletcher and Anne Helmreich
  • 'Florid-looking speculators in Art and Virtu': the London picture trade c.1850/ Mark Westgarth
  • Shopping for art: the rise of the commercial art gallery,1850s-90s/ Pamela Fletcher
  • The Goupil Gallery at the intersection between London, Continent, and Empire/ Anne Helmreich
  • Marketing Post-impressionism : Roger Fry's commercial exhibitions/ Anna Gruetzner Robins
  • Strategies of display and modes of consumption in London art galleries in the inter-war years/ Andrew Stephenson
  • The art press and the art market: the artist as 'economic man'/ Julie F. Codell
  • The call of commerce: the Studio magazine in the 1920's/ Ysanne Holt
  • Decorative Politics and direct pictures: Hugh Lane and the global market, 1900-15/ Morna O'Neill
  • Millais in the marketplace: the crisis of the late 1850's/ Malcolm Warner
  • Branding the vision: William Holman Hunt and the Victorian art market/ Brenda Rix
  • Negotiating a reputation: J.M. Whistler, D.G. Rossetti, and the art market 1860-1900/Patricia Monfort
  • Home from home: some Australasian artists in London, 1900-14/Pamela Gerrish Nunn.