Dr Hilary Macartney

  • Lecturer (School of Modern Languages and Cultures)
  • Lecturer, Honorary Research Fellow (History of Art)

telephone: 0141 330 2484
email: Hilary.Macartney@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Biography

Dr Hilary Macartney is Project Director of The Stirling Maxwell Research Project. Her doctoral thesis for the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, examined the important contribution of the nineteenth-century Scottish scholar Sir William Stirling Maxwell to the historiography of Spanish art. A graduate of the University of Glasgow, she began her career in Glasgow Museums. She has also worked in publishing and cultural tourism.

Research Interests

My principal research interests are centred around Spanish art, including its historiography, theory, and reception. They focus in particular on the role of Sir William Stirling Maxwell (1818-78) as scholar and collector of Spanish art. His landmark Annals of the Artists of Spain (1848) was the first photographically illustrated book on art and prompted my wider interests in the reproduction of art, early photography and the relationship between art and photography. Likewise, Stirling Maxwell’s fascination for illustrated books and the relationship between word and image generally have developed my own interests in these areas. More broadly, my research in the above areas is also linked to my long-term interests in nineteenth-century British art, taste and collecting.

Since 2010, many of my research interests and activities have been brought together within The Stirling Maxwell Research Project.  The principal outputs of the first phase of this international and interdisciplinary collaboration were the publication of Copied by the Sun a facsimile and critical edition of the photographic illustrations to Stirling’s book (see PUBLICATIONS), along with an exhibition of the same name held at the Prado Museum in Madrid during May to September 2016 (see EXHIBITIONS below).


Grants

  • Core funding for The Stirling Maxwell Research Project from Santander Universities.  
  • Additional funding for The Stirling Maxwell Research Project from Santander Shareholders, the Kress Foundation, Royal Society of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow Chancellor’s Fund, as well as a Harry Ransom Center Fellowship at the University of Texas at Austin

Teaching

  • ‘Golden Age Iberia in Glasgow’ Junior Honours course (open to students of Spanish, Portuguese and/or History of Art)
  • ‘Art in Spain in the Golden Age’ Level 2 (History of Art)

Additional Information

Exhibitions

  • ‘Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the Annals of the Artists of Spain by William Stirling Maxwell (1847)’, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, 18 May – 4 Sept. 2016. Curator, with José Manuel Matilla, Museo Nacional del Prado (see also Publications). PowerPoint Virtual Tour available here‌.  See also www.museodelprado.es/
  • 'The Discovery of Spain’, National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh International Festival Exhibition, July – Oct. 2009. Guest curator & catalogue contributor.
  • 'El joven Murillo', Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao/ Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla, October 2009 – May 2010. Catalogue contributor.

Affiliation

Recent lectures and conference papers

  • ‘Deteniéndose en la descripción gráfica de grandes actos de estado y fiestas: Stirling Maxwell y el papel del artista en España en el Siglo de Oro’. Symposium paper, Teatralidad y performatividad de las artes en la Edad Moderna, Universidad de Málaga, 12-13 December 2016
  • ‘Sir William Stirling Maxwell (1818-78). Un escocés singular apasionado por España’, Public lecture, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, 1 June 2016
  • ‘El proyecto de rescate del primer libro de Historia del Arte con ilustraciones fotográficas (1847-48)’, Special Lecture, Official Closing Ceremony of the Master’s in Social Developments in Artistic Culture, University of Málaga, 20 April 2016
  • ‘In Search of a True Likeness: Sir William Stirling Maxwell and the Photography of Art’, Symposium paper, Photo Archives V: The Paradigm of Objectivity, The Getty Research Institute & The Huntington, Los Angeles, 25-26 February 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3gH1o162mw&list=PLdcw4RhcVX8tYG0Ybg924Vix7Ewsy3c03&index=2
  • ‘An Icon is Born: The Lady in a Fur Wrap, Stirling Maxwell and Reception of El Greco’, Public lecture, Institute of Art History, in association with School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Glasgow, 4 March 2015

 


Publications

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Number of items: 33.

2018

MacArtney, H. (2018) A university set on a hill overlooking one of the richest cities: Stirling Maxwell, Spanish Culture, and the University of Glasgow. Bulletin of Spanish Studies, (doi:10.1080/14753820.2018.1457871) (Early Online Publication)

2017

Macartney, H. (2017) Cean Bermudez: historiador del arte y coleccionista ilustrado. Hispanic Research Journal, 18(5), pp. 442-445. (doi:10.1080/14682737.2017.1377497) [Book Review]

2016

Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (Eds.) (2016) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. (2016) Retrato enigmático: La Dama del armiño, Stirling Maxwell y la recepción de El Greco. In: Almarcha, E., Martínez-Burgos, P. and Sainz Magaña, E. (eds.) El Greco en su IV centenario: Patrimonio hispánico y diálogo intercultural. Series: Estudios (151). Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha: Cuenca. ISBN 9788490441787

Macartney, H. (2016) Stirling, the Annals and the reproduction of Spanish art. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 21-45. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Liddy, B. and Harding, C. (2016) Documenting the photography for the Annals Talbotypes. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 95-105. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (2016) Introduction. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 11-19. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Matilla, J. M. and Naranjo, B. (2016) Catalogue Raisonné. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 125-293. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Matilla, J. M. and Naranjo, B. (2016) Census of bound edition copies of Talbotype illustrations to the Annals of the Artists of Spain by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 295-316. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. and Weston, D. (2016) (Re)constructing the Annals Talbotypes volume. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 69-77. ISBN 9788415245551

Tate, J., Macartney, H. and Young, M. (2016) Questions of fading: science, debate and analysis in the Annals Talbotypes. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 107-123. ISBN 9788415245551

2015

Macartney, H. (2015) Faith in facsimile? The invention of photography and the reproduction of Spanish art. Art in Translation, 7(1), pp. 95-122. (doi:10.2752/175613115X14235644692356)

2012

Fracchia, C. and Macartney, H. (2012) The fall into oblivion of the works of the slave painter Juan de Pareja. Art in Translation, 4(2), pp. 63-84. (doi:10.2752/175613112X13309377913043)

2011

Dosio, P.A. and Macartney, H. [t.] (2011) Exchanging Glances: art in the International Exhibitions in Argentina (1882-1910). Art in Translation, 3(4), pp. 401-432. (doi:10.2752/175613111X13099647164167)

Macartney, H. (2011) Experiments in photography as the tool of art history, no. 1: William Stirling's Annals of the Artists of Spain (1848). Journal of Art Historiography, 5, pp. 1-17.

Escobar, T. and Macartney, H. (t.) (2011) Parallel modernities. Notes on artistic modernity in the Southern Cone of Latin America: The case of Paraguay. Art in Translation, 3(1), pp. 87-114. (doi:10.2752/175613111X12877376766266)

Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (Eds.) (2011) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2011) Documenting the building. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 78-93. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2011) Documenting the congregation: ministry and mission. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 58-77. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2011) La colección de arte español formada por Sir William Stirling Maxwell. In: Antigüedad del Castillo-Olivares, M.D. and Ruiz, A.A. (eds.) Colecciones, expolio, museos y mercado artístico en España en los siglos XVIII y XIX. Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

Macartney, H. and Ferdinand, A. (2011) Documenting the painted decoration. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 94-109. ISBN 9781849170529

Robertson, D., Jamieson, K. and Macartney, H. (2011) Music, harmony and the Willis organ. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 121-129. ISBN 9781849170529

2010

Macartney, H. (2010) Innovation and tradition in the reproduction of Spanish art: Stirling, Utterson, and an album in the British Museum. Hispanic Research Journal, 11(5), pp. 451-477. (doi:10.1179/174582010X12813459925599)

Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (Eds.) (2010) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in reception in memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) The Murillo/Velázquez debate: Aspects of the critical fortunes of Murillo and Velázquez in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century writing on spanish art in the UK. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 162-187. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) Writing the history of Spanish art in nineteenth-century Britain. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 86-102. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) The catholic question: Attitudes to roman catholicism in nineteenth-century britain and their impact on the reception of spanish art. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 139-161. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) The reproduction of Spanish art. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 103-128. ISBN 9781855662230

2009

Burucúa, J.E. and Macartney, H. (t.) (2009) Reflections on the painting of Alejandro Puente, the notion of Pathosformel, and the return to life of mortally wounded civilizations. Art in Translation, 1(1), pp. 153-179. (doi:10.2752/175613109787307681)

Macartney, H. (2009) The British ‘discovery’ of Spanish Golden Age art: Taste, collecting, and the response of British artists. In: Baker, C., Howarth, D., Stirton, P. and Heide, C. (eds.) The Discovery of Spain: British Artists and collectors: Goya to Picasso. National Galleries of Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 80-105. ISBN 9781906270186

2007

Macartney, H. (2007) Stirling, Ford, and nineteenth-century reception of Goya: The case of the Santa Justa and Santa Rufina: 'abomination' or 'appropriate composition'? Hispanic Research Journal, 8(5), pp. 425-444. (doi:10.1179/174582007X245294)

2006

Macartney, H. (2006) William Stirling and the talbotype volume of the Annals of the Artists of Spain. History of Photography, 30(4), pp. 291-308.

2005

Macartney, H. (2005) The reproduction of Spanish Art: Hill and Adamson’s calotypes and Sir William Stirling Maxwell’s ‘Annals of the Artists of Spain' (1848). Studies in Photography, pp. 16-23.

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Number of items: 33.

Articles

MacArtney, H. (2018) A university set on a hill overlooking one of the richest cities: Stirling Maxwell, Spanish Culture, and the University of Glasgow. Bulletin of Spanish Studies, (doi:10.1080/14753820.2018.1457871) (Early Online Publication)

Macartney, H. (2015) Faith in facsimile? The invention of photography and the reproduction of Spanish art. Art in Translation, 7(1), pp. 95-122. (doi:10.2752/175613115X14235644692356)

Fracchia, C. and Macartney, H. (2012) The fall into oblivion of the works of the slave painter Juan de Pareja. Art in Translation, 4(2), pp. 63-84. (doi:10.2752/175613112X13309377913043)

Dosio, P.A. and Macartney, H. [t.] (2011) Exchanging Glances: art in the International Exhibitions in Argentina (1882-1910). Art in Translation, 3(4), pp. 401-432. (doi:10.2752/175613111X13099647164167)

Macartney, H. (2011) Experiments in photography as the tool of art history, no. 1: William Stirling's Annals of the Artists of Spain (1848). Journal of Art Historiography, 5, pp. 1-17.

Escobar, T. and Macartney, H. (t.) (2011) Parallel modernities. Notes on artistic modernity in the Southern Cone of Latin America: The case of Paraguay. Art in Translation, 3(1), pp. 87-114. (doi:10.2752/175613111X12877376766266)

Macartney, H. (2010) Innovation and tradition in the reproduction of Spanish art: Stirling, Utterson, and an album in the British Museum. Hispanic Research Journal, 11(5), pp. 451-477. (doi:10.1179/174582010X12813459925599)

Burucúa, J.E. and Macartney, H. (t.) (2009) Reflections on the painting of Alejandro Puente, the notion of Pathosformel, and the return to life of mortally wounded civilizations. Art in Translation, 1(1), pp. 153-179. (doi:10.2752/175613109787307681)

Macartney, H. (2007) Stirling, Ford, and nineteenth-century reception of Goya: The case of the Santa Justa and Santa Rufina: 'abomination' or 'appropriate composition'? Hispanic Research Journal, 8(5), pp. 425-444. (doi:10.1179/174582007X245294)

Macartney, H. (2006) William Stirling and the talbotype volume of the Annals of the Artists of Spain. History of Photography, 30(4), pp. 291-308.

Macartney, H. (2005) The reproduction of Spanish Art: Hill and Adamson’s calotypes and Sir William Stirling Maxwell’s ‘Annals of the Artists of Spain' (1848). Studies in Photography, pp. 16-23.

Book Sections

Macartney, H. (2016) Retrato enigmático: La Dama del armiño, Stirling Maxwell y la recepción de El Greco. In: Almarcha, E., Martínez-Burgos, P. and Sainz Magaña, E. (eds.) El Greco en su IV centenario: Patrimonio hispánico y diálogo intercultural. Series: Estudios (151). Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha: Cuenca. ISBN 9788490441787

Macartney, H. (2016) Stirling, the Annals and the reproduction of Spanish art. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 21-45. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Liddy, B. and Harding, C. (2016) Documenting the photography for the Annals Talbotypes. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 95-105. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (2016) Introduction. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 11-19. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Matilla, J. M. and Naranjo, B. (2016) Catalogue Raisonné. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 125-293. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H., Matilla, J. M. and Naranjo, B. (2016) Census of bound edition copies of Talbotype illustrations to the Annals of the Artists of Spain by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 295-316. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. and Weston, D. (2016) (Re)constructing the Annals Talbotypes volume. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 69-77. ISBN 9788415245551

Tate, J., Macartney, H. and Young, M. (2016) Questions of fading: science, debate and analysis in the Annals Talbotypes. In: Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (eds.) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid, pp. 107-123. ISBN 9788415245551

Macartney, H. (2011) Documenting the building. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 78-93. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2011) Documenting the congregation: ministry and mission. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 58-77. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2011) La colección de arte español formada por Sir William Stirling Maxwell. In: Antigüedad del Castillo-Olivares, M.D. and Ruiz, A.A. (eds.) Colecciones, expolio, museos y mercado artístico en España en los siglos XVIII y XIX. Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

Macartney, H. and Ferdinand, A. (2011) Documenting the painted decoration. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 94-109. ISBN 9781849170529

Robertson, D., Jamieson, K. and Macartney, H. (2011) Music, harmony and the Willis organ. In: Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (eds.) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study (3). Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 121-129. ISBN 9781849170529

Macartney, H. (2010) The Murillo/Velázquez debate: Aspects of the critical fortunes of Murillo and Velázquez in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century writing on spanish art in the UK. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 162-187. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) Writing the history of Spanish art in nineteenth-century Britain. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 86-102. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) The catholic question: Attitudes to roman catholicism in nineteenth-century britain and their impact on the reception of spanish art. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 139-161. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2010) The reproduction of Spanish art. In: Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (eds.) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in Reception in Memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge, pp. 103-128. ISBN 9781855662230

Macartney, H. (2009) The British ‘discovery’ of Spanish Golden Age art: Taste, collecting, and the response of British artists. In: Baker, C., Howarth, D., Stirton, P. and Heide, C. (eds.) The Discovery of Spain: British Artists and collectors: Goya to Picasso. National Galleries of Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 80-105. ISBN 9781906270186

Book Reviews

Macartney, H. (2017) Cean Bermudez: historiador del arte y coleccionista ilustrado. Hispanic Research Journal, 18(5), pp. 442-445. (doi:10.1080/14682737.2017.1377497) [Book Review]

Edited Books

Macartney, H. and Matilla, J. M. (Eds.) (2016) Copied by the Sun: Talbotype Illustrations to the “Annals of the Artists of Spain” by Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Museo Nacional del Prado/ Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica: Madrid. ISBN 9788415245551

Kinchin, J., Macartney, H. and Robertson, D. (Eds.) (2011) Cottier's in Context: Daniel Cottier, William Leiper and Dowanhill Church, Glasgow. Series: Case Study. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781849170529

Glendinning, N. and Macartney, H. (Eds.) (2010) Spanish Art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920: Studies in reception in memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort. Tamesis: Woodbridge. ISBN 9781855662230

This list was generated on Sun Jul 22 23:03:52 2018 BST.