Volume 15 (2011)

Luang Wisut Yothamat (Mot Amatyakun), Director for the Siam Mint and Royal Photographer, Mongkut, Rama IV of Siam (King of Thailand), r.1851-68 (c.1856-7). Daguerreotype with added gilt. Courtesy of the Royal Collection.
Luang Wisut Yothamat (Mot Amatyakun), Director for the Siam Mint and Royal Photographer, Mongkut, Rama IV of Siam (King of Thailand), r.1851-68 (c.1856-7). Daguerreotype with added gilt. Courtesy of the Royal Collection.

Contents:

Vernacular Imagery on English Misericords: Framing Interpretation by Betsy L. Chunko

From the Work of Art to the Title by Angelos Drakogiogos

Volunteering and Professionalism in UK Museums by Katherine Groniger

Attitudes and Discourses in the Historiography of Finnish Medieval Rakentajamaalaukset Paintings by Katja Fält

Icon Image and Strategies of Presence: Early Siamese Royal Portraiture by Isabel Arbeláez Botero

Quai Branly Museum and the Aesthetic of Otherness by Alexandra Martin

‘Scandalous Satins’: An Investigation of Lady Teazle’s Dress from Herbert Beerbohm Tree’s 1909 and 1912 productions of The School for Scandal by Lydia Edwards

The Cult and Representation of the Archangel Raphael in Sixteenth-Century Venice by Joseph Hammond

Narratives of Nasir Khusraw: On the History of the Built Environment in Early Medieval Cities on the Edge by Peyvand Firouzeh