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The concept of the 'master' in art education in Britain and Ireland, 1770 to the present / edited by Matthew Potter.
Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate Publishing Limited, [2013]
Physical Description:
xvi, 296 pages ; 24 cm
Reference Library
N88.5.G7 C66 2013 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Art -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain -- History.
Art -- Study and teaching -- Ireland -- History.
Teacher-student relationships -- Great Britain -- History.
Teacher-student relationships -- Ireland -- History.
Potter, Matthew C. (Matthew Charles), editor of compilation.

  • Naturalising tradition: why learning from the masters? / Iris Wien
  • Pro-commerce: the old masters and art education in England, 1753-c.1875 / Paul Barlow
  • The John Frederick Lewis collection at the Royal Scottish Academy: watercolour copies of old masters as teaching aids / Joanna Soden
  • British art students and German masters: W.B. Spence and the reform of German art academies / Saskia Pütz
  • Standing in Reynolds' shadow: the academic discourses of Frederic Leighton and the legacy of the first president of the Royal Academy / Matthew C. Potter
  • Opening doors: the entry of women artists into British art schools, 1871-1930 / Alice Strickland
  • Struggling with the Welsh masters, 1880-1914 / Matthew C. Potter
  • Emulation and legacy: the master-pupil relationship between William Orpen and Seán Keating / Éimear O'Connor
  • Prototype and perception: art history and observation at the Slade in the 1950s / Emma Chambers
  • The pedagogy of capital: art history and art school knowledge / Malcolm Quinn
  • Study the masters? on the ambivalent status of art history within the contemporary art school / Katerina Reed-Tsocha
  • "Without a master": learning art through an open curriculum / Joanne Lee.