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  • Colin John (Manchester University Press, 1999-08-19)
  • Cruise, Colin John (Manchester University Press, 1999-08-19)
  • Bishop, Peter (Aberystwyth University, 2001)
    This thesis examines the visual depiction of mountain scenery in Snowdonia by artists, writers, illustrators and photographers from 1750 onwards. The scenery became associated with particular visual aesthetics. These are ...
  • John (Taylor & Francis, 2011-11-16)
  • Harvey, John (Taylor & Francis, 2011-11-16)
  • Greenwood, David M. (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    This thesis embraces the disciplines of philosophy, art history and practical theology. It is concerned with the ways in which artists have endeavoured to express the numinous or point towards the Transcendent through ...
  • Harvey, J. (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2008-05-01)
    The principle of the ‘double aspect’ can be applied to the exegesis of not only the Scriptures but of pictures. Semioticians (most notably Roland Barthes (1915–80)) have argued that some visual images possess ambivalence, ...
  • Webster, Christopher Peter (2013-11-29)
    This paper explored the photography of Erich Retzlaff (1899-1993) from a metaphysical and physiognomic premise. Retzlaff was a German photographer who has become at best a footnote in all the varied histories of photography ...
  • Webster, Christopher Peter (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center, 2013)
    This chapter explores the photography of Erich Retzlaff (1899-1993) from a metaphysical and physiognomic premise. Retzlaff was a German photographer who has become at best a footnote in all the varied histories of photography ...
  • Webster, Christopher Peter (2013-11-29)
    This paper explored the photography of Erich Retzlaff (1899-1993) from a metaphysical and physiognomic premise. Retzlaff was a German photographer who has become at best a footnote in all the varied histories of photography ...
  • Cruise, Colin (V & A Publishing, 2011-03-21)
    Introductory essay for major international exhibition catalogue on the critic and essayist Water Pater.
  • Cruise, Colin (V&A Publishing, 2011-03-21)
    Introductory essay for major international exhibition catalogue on the critic and essayist Water Pater.
  • School of Art; Whall, Miranda Jo (2012-05-25)
    'Warning! this is Contemporary Art' was an international group exhibition focusing on the highly alternative representations of the human figure and its associated activities. The artists were selected for their ability ...
  • School of Art; Whall, Miranda Jo (2012-05-25)
    'Warning! this is Contemporary Art' was an international group exhibition focusing on the highly alternative representations of the human figure and its associated activities. The artists were selected for their ability ...
  • Whall, Miranda (2010-05-22)
  • Whall, Miranda (2010-05-22)
  • Meyrick, Robert (National Museum Wales, Cardiff, 2007)
    The backdrop to the formation of the Museum's world-famous art collection. A beautiful exploration of how two fascinating sisters used immense wealth created by the Industrial Revolution in Wales, deep religious conscience ...
  • Meyrick, Robert (Amgueddfa Cymru, 2007)
    The backdrop to the formation of the Museum's world-famous art collection. A beautiful exploration of how two fascinating sisters used immense wealth created by the Industrial Revolution in Wales, deep religious conscience ...
  • Vincentelli, Moira (A & C Black Publishers, 2003)
    This works proposes that a women's tradition in ceramics is one in which pottery making is a gendered activity intimately connected with female identity. The knowledge is passed down from one generation to the next. It ...
  • Vincentelli, Moira (A & C Black Publishers, 2003)
    This works proposes that a women's tradition in ceramics is one in which pottery making is a gendered activity intimately connected with female identity. The knowledge is passed down from one generation to the next. It ...

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