Journal of the History of Collections, Volume 32, Issue 1


Les collections royales de raretés sous François Ier et Henri II
Delphine Trébosc

The warrior collector: Giovan Battista Castaldo among Titian, Leone Leoni, Annibale Fontana and Raphael
Adriano Amendola

The reception of Greek figurative terracottas in the Age of Enlightenment
Jaimee P Uhlenbrock

The phrenological collection of Gama Machado in the Science Museum, University of Coimbra: From private foundation to university collection
Helena Pereira

Reassessing two nineteenth-century proto-ethnographic collections in Italian museums: Giacomo Costantino Beltrami (1779–1855) and Antonio Spagni (1809–1873)
Paul Michael Taylor, Cesare Marino

La Charrette embourbée: The forgotten Rubens of Nuneham Park
Jamie Mulherron

‘Covetable pictures’: John Taylor Johnston (1820–1893), collecting art between New York and Europe
Thomas Busciglio-Ritter

From Portugal to England: John Charles Robinson’s purchases in the Portuguese art market
Vera Mariz

Unholy alliances: The British Museum and the acquisition of the Codex Sinaiticus, 1933
Elisabeth Kehoe

Viewing Japan and China through Dirk Boer’s Panorama, 1835–1838
Christina Baird, Helen Backx-Palsgraaf

Alfred Russel Wallace’s collecting journey in Dorey, New Guinea
Janet Owen

The Revd George Lewis: his life and collection
Catherine Ansorge

Disappearing act: The Daniel J. Terra collection of American art (1971–2005)
Jayme Yahr

The Smithsonian at war: Museums in US society during World War II
Samuel Redman


Ulisse Aldrovandi. Libri e immagini di storia naturale nella prima età moderna
Paula Findlen

Venezia e Parigi 1600–1700. La pintura veneziana e la Francia: fortuna e dialoghi
Piers Baker-Bates

Martin Lister and his Remarkable Daughters
Florike Egmond

Reconstructing the Lansdowne Collection of Classical Marbles
Jeremy Warren

Female Portraiture and Patronage in Marie-Antoinette’s Court. The Princesse de Lamballe
Rochelle Ziskin

Un rêve d’Italie: la collection du marquis Campana
Jörg Zutter

‘The Most Fortunate Man of His Day’. Sir Richard Wallace: Connoisseur, collector & philanthropist
Simon Spier

Frederick Weygold. Artist and ethnographer of North American Indians
Max Carocci

Naturalists in the Field: Collecting, recording and preserving the natural world from the fifteenth to the twenty-first century
Leslie K Overstreet

TOC: Journal of the History of Collections, Volume 32, Issue 1. In:, May 15, 2020 (accessed May 30, 2020), <>.

Contributor: Helena Nicholson

Contribution published: May 15, 2020

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