Art and Architecture

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The growth of interest in painting in England, 1660-1760
Pears, I.G., D.Phil. (1985), Oxford (Haskell, F.J.H.)
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The life and work of Sir Roger Pratt (1620-85)
Silcox-Crowe, N.W., Ph.D. (1986), Reading
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Richard Lassels and the establishment of the grand tour: Catholic cosmopolitans and royalists in exile, 1630-60
Chaney, E.P. de G., Ph.D. (1982), London (Trapp, J.B.)
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The origin and development of the sash-window in the 17th and 18th centuries, with special reference to England
Louw. , H.J., D.Phil. (1981), Oxford (Colvin, H.M.)
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Aspects of the development of structural carpentry, 1600-1800
Yeomans, D.T., Ph.D. (1983), Liverpool
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The university of Siena, 1357-1557
Denley. , P.R., D.Phil. (1982), Oxford (Jones, P.J.)
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Florentine villas in the 15th century: a study of the Strozzi and Sassetti country properties
Lillie, Amanda R., Ph.D. (1987), London (Burns, H.)
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The early history of the Cappella de' Principi, Florence
Morrogh, A.D., Ph.D. (1983), London (Burns, H.)
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The patronage of Cardinal Oliviero Carafa, 1430-1511
Norman, Diana, Ph.D. (1989), Open University
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Problems of war and diplomacy in Italian thought, 1454-1509
Rizzolo, Julia J.M., M.Phil. (1984), London (Chambers, D.S.)
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Books of Hours produced in the Low Countries for the English market in the 15th century
Rogers. , N.J., M.Litt. (1984), Cambridge (Morgan, N.)
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Ancient Egypt and ancient Egyptians as understood in the Italian Renaissance
Wolff, Anne S., M.Phil. (1985), Liverpool (Clough, C.H.)
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The study of cosmography and geography in Reichenau and St. Gall, 700-1050 A.D.
Corum, J.S., M.Litt. (1984), Oxford (Mayr-Harting, H.M.R.E.)
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The founding of the French university faculties of medicine: the life and works of Bartholomew of Bruges (c.1286-1356)
O'Boyle, C., Ph.D. (1987), Cambridge (French, R.K.)
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The Portolan charts: their construction and use in the light of contemporary techniques of marine survey and navigation
Pelham. , P.T., M.A. (1981), Manchester (Brice, W.C.)
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The Dialogues of Gregory the Great in their late antique cultural background
Petersen, Joan M., Ph.D. (1981), London (Nelson, Janet L.)
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Some aspects of religious architecture in Castile, c.1400-1550.
Brindle, Steven P., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Highfield, J.R.L.; Kidson, P.)
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Urbanism in Siena, c.1450-1513. Policy and patrons: interactions between public and private.
Nevola, Fabrizio, Ph.D. (1998), London (Clarke, Georgia)
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Aspects of Franciscan patronage of the arts in the Veneto during the later middle ages.
Bourdua, Louise, Ph.D. (1991), Warwick
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Student and teacher in 15th-century Florence.
Davies, Jonathan D., Ph.D. (1993), Liverpool (Clough, C.H.)
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The business of art: contracts and payment documents for 14th- and 15th-century Italian altarpieces and frescoes.
O'Malley, Michelle M., Ph.D. (1994), London (Chambers, D.S.; Hope, C.A.)
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Learning Latin in the 12th century: a study of the grammatical and rhetorical glosses on Horace's Satires.
Reynolds, Suzanne C., Ph.D. (1992), London (Burnett, C.S.F.)
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Patronage and production of French literature in the 12th century.
Broadhurst, Karen M., Ph.D. (1991), London
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Cola di Rienzo (1312-54): the revolution in historical perspective.
Collins, Amanda L., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Rosser, A. Gervase)
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To what extent was the iconography of Judith a reflection of Renaissance society?
Penhallurick, Claire E., M.A. (1995), Exeter (Williams, Ann)
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Popular culture in Merovingian Gaul, A.D. 481-751.
Hen, Yitzhak, Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (McKitterick, Rosamond D.)
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The composition and dissemination of Bernard of Clairvaux's texts.
Mancor, Neil McK., Ph.D. (1997), Reading (Barber, Malcolm C.)
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The most artistic town in England? The contribution of art and of design to the emergence and establishment of a civic culture in Birmingham in the late 19th century.
Hartnell, Roy, Ph.D. (1992), Central England in Birmingham (Swift, J.; Seed, J.; Stanley, N.)
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The dealers and collectors of Glasgow: a social history.
Grieve, F.C., M.Litt. (1991), St. Andrews
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The life and work of Sir John Charles Robinson (1824-1913): his role as a connoisseur and creator of public and private collections of works of art.
Davies, Helen E., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Haskell, F.J.H.)
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