Journal of the History of Collections articles

Volume 26 (2)

Coin collectors and museum donors: contextualizing Delfino Trucchi and Antonino Salinas in early post-Unification Sicily (1868-73)
Crisa, A., vol. 26 (2): 277-286
Rosamond's Bower, The Pryor's Bank, and the long shadow of Strawberry Hill
Clarke, S., vol. 26 (2): 287-306
'New China' and an old-fashioned collector: Vaclav Stejskal's collection in the 1950s
Heroldova, H., vol. 26 (2): 307-314
The King's Pictures: The Formation and Dispersal of the Collections of Charles I and his Courtiers
Wilks, T., vol. 26 (2): 315-317
Holophusicon: The Leverian Museum - An Eighteenth-Century English Institution of Science, Curiosity, and Art
Coote, J., vol. 26 (2): 317-318
Houghton Revisited: The Walpole Masterpieces from Catherine the Great's Hermitage
Zutter, J., vol. 26 (2): 319-321
Travel, Collecting, and Museums of Asian Art in Nineteenth-Century Paris
Lee, S. S., vol. 26 (2): 321-322
Natural Histories. Extraordinary Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural History Library
MacGregor, A., vol. 26 (2): 322-323
Historias Naturales. Un proyecto de Miguel Angel Blanco
Mason, P., vol. 26 (2): 323-324
Provenance: An Alternate History of Art
Sebag-Montefiore, C., vol. 26 (2): 324-325
Sculpture and the Vitrine
Jones, C., vol. 26 (2): 325-326
Books Received
vol. 26 (2): 327-327

Volume 26 (1)

Gabriele Vendramin's 'disegni divini': the anatomy of an early collection of drawings
Windows, P., vol. 26 (1): 1-19
Aniceto Rapozo's cabinet at the Lisbon Academy of Sciences: a window into Brazilian eighteenth-century timber resources
Machado, J. S., Antunes, M. T., vol. 26 (1): 21-33
Patrons and collectors: contributors of zoological subjects to the works of George Edwards (1694-1773)
MacGregor, A., vol. 26 (1): 35-44
An exchange of paintings between the courts of Vienna and Florence in 1792-1793: a logical step taken at the right moment
Meijers, D. J., vol. 26 (1): 45-61
The Blaschka collection at University College Dublin: rebuilding its history
Callaghan, E., Doyle, H. J., Reynaud, E. G., vol. 26 (1): 63-71
British ceramic collections at the Vienna Weltausstellung 1873: some British and American visitors' perspectives with comparative comments on the Japanese ceramic display
Baird, C., vol. 26 (1): 73-87
Artefacts of excavation: the British collection and distribution of Egyptian finds to museums, 1880 - 1915
Stevenson, A., vol. 26 (1): 89-102
Drawing attention: John Postle Heseltine, the Etching Revival and Dutch art of the age of Rembrandt
Campbell, L., vol. 26 (1): 103-115
Ham House: 400 Years of Collecting and Patronage
Howarth, D., vol. 26 (1): 117-119
Sciences of Antiquity. Romantic Antiquarianism, Natural History and Knowledge Work
Sweet, R., vol. 26 (1): 119-120
Naturalists at Sea. Scientific Travellers from Dampier to Darwin
MacGregor, A., vol. 26 (1): 120-122
Un artiste-antiquaire en Egypte au XIXe siecle, textes reunis par Mercedes Volait
Newton, C., vol. 26 (1): 122-123
A Dynasty of Dealers: John Smith and Successors, 1801-1924. A Study of the Art Market in Nineteenth-Century London
Bergvelt, E., vol. 26 (1): 123-125
Curating Empire. Museums and the British Imperial Experience
Savage, F., vol. 26 (1): 125-126
The Art of Wealth: The Huntingtons in the Gilded Age
Roglan, M. A., vol. 26 (1): 125-125
Medical Museums. Past, Present, Future
de Ceglia, F. P., vol. 26 (1): 126-127
Books Received
vol. 26 (1): 129-129

Volume 25 (3)

The great theatre of creative thought: the Inscriptiones vel tituli theatri amplissimi ... (1565) by Samuel von Quiccheberg
Kuwakino, K., vol. 25 (3): 303-324
Collezionismo e poesia a Messina nel XVI secolo: Giovan Pietro Villadicani e i suoi Collectanea
Muscolino, F., vol. 25 (3): 325-333
The armoury of the Dukes of the Infantado: collecting, prestige and meaning
Gonzalez Ramos, R., vol. 25 (3): 335-350
The sale of the collection of Prince Lelio Orsini in Rome (1698-1706)
Amendola, A., vol. 25 (3): 351-360
Clytie before Townley: the Gaetani d'Aragona collection and its Neapolitan context
Dodero, E., vol. 25 (3): 361-372
Collecting antiquities and curiosities in eighteenth-century Transylvania: the Saxon Lutheran pastor Laurentius Weidenfelder and his network
Papp, J., vol. 25 (3): 373-389
Italian Renaissance art from the Both de Tauzia collection, now at the Wallace Collection
Davoli, S., vol. 25 (3): 391-405
Collecting modern Chinese art in the 1930s: the collection of Vojtech Chytil and the architect Bedrich Feuerstein
Capkova, H., vol. 25 (3): 407-416
A Renaissance Baron and his Possessions. Paolo Giordano I Orsini, Duke of Bracciano (1541-1585)
Mason, P., vol. 25 (3): 417-418
From Books to Bezoars. Sir Hans Sloane and his Collections
Kusukawa, S., vol. 25 (3): 418-420
The First Modern Museums of Art: The Birth of an Institution in 18th- and Early-19th-Century Europe
Conlin, J., vol. 25 (3): 420-422