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Callahan, Meghan and Cooper, Donal. (2010) Set in stone : monumental altar frames in Renaissance Florence. Renaissance Studies, Vol.24 (No.1). pp. 33-55. ISSN 0269-1213
Campbell, Louise. (2012) Surrealism, domesticity and subversion : Eileen Agar at home. Interiors: Design, Architecture and Culture, Volume 3 (Number 3). pp. 227-246. ISSN 2041-9120
Lemire, Beverly and Riello, Giorgio. (2008) East & west : textiles and fashion in early modern Europe. Journal of Social History, Vol.41 (No.4). pp. 887-916. ISSN 0022-4529
Finn, Margot C. (2002) The novel and the romantic domestic interior : negotiating national identity in England and the Celtic fringe. In: AHRB Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior Symposium : Representing the Domestic Interior , Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK, 25 May 2002 (Unpublished)
Gerritsen, Anne Three pots and a historian. In: Three pots and a historian, China Civilization Centre, City University, Hong Kong (1) and Fudan University, Shanghai (2), 29 March 2011 (1) and 7 April 2011 (2)
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Allen, Joanne (2009) Choir stalls in Venice and northern Italy : furniture, ritual and space in the Renaissance church interior. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Beats, Kate A. (2012) Size, surface and shape : experiencing the Athenian vase. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Holroyd, Sophia Jane (2002) Embroidered rhetoric: the social, religious and political functions of elite women's needlework, c.1560-1630. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Lillywhite, Marie-Louise (2013) The counter reformation and the decoration of Venetian churches 1563-1610 : San Giacomo dall'Orio, Santa Maria dell'Umiltà, the Redentore and San Giorgio Maggiore. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
White, Gillian, 1965- (2005) 'that whyche ys nedefoulle and nesesary': the nature and purpose of the original furnishings and decoration of Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
McDowall, Stephen (2004) Review of Fu Shan’s world : the transformation of Chinese calligraphy in the seventeenth century, by Bai, Q. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol.6 (No.1). pp. 227-230. ISSN 1174-8915