TOC Announcement: Metropolitan Museum Journal vol. 53 (2018)
Metropolitan Museum Journal
Deadline: 
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the 2018 issue of the Metropolitan Museum Journal is now available at MetPublications, in JStor, The Met Store, and from the University of Chicago Press.

Metropolitan Museum Journal, volume 53 (2018)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles         

Coloring the Temple of Dendur
Erin A. Peters

Inscriptions on Architecture in Early Safavid Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum
Barry Wood

The Significance of Azurite Blue in Two Ming Dynasty Birthday Portraits
Quincy Ngan

Manet’s Boucher
Emily A. Beeny

The Wet Nurse in Daumier’s Third-Class Carriage
George D. Sussman

Research Notes

Inscribed Kassite Cylinder Seals in the Metropolitan Museum
Gina Konstantopoulos

The Silver Stag Vessel: A Royal Gift
Theo van den Hout

An Illuminated Fragment of the Postil on the Lenten Gospels by Albert of Padua
Krisztina Ilko

Two Embroideries Used as Liturgical Cuffs
Alice Isabella Sullivan

Scenes from the Life of Jean de La Barrière by Matthieu Elias
Catherine Phillips

Eighteenth-Century Ironwork from Great George Street, London
Max Bryant

A Hidden Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron
Nora W. Kennedy, Louisa Smieska, Silvia A. Centeno, Marina Ruiz Molina

John Singer Sargent’s Mrs. Hugh Hammersley: Colorants and Technical Choices to Depict an Evening Gown
Nobuko Shibayama, Dorothy Mahon, Silvia A. Centeno, Federico Carò
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