Publications and resources relating to the BSR Fine Arts Network 1913–30
General: Fine Arts at the BSR
Life at the British School Rome Blogs https://britishschoolatrome.wordpress.com/category/library-archive/
BSR Digital Collections: http://www.bsrdigitalcollections.it/
Liss Llewellyn website: https://www.lissllewellyn.com/
Responding to Rome, British Artists in Rome 1995-2005. (2005). The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art and the British School at Rome.
Powers, A. (1985). British Artists in Italy 1920–1980. Kent: Canterbury College of Art.
Wallace-Hadrill, A. (Ed). (2001). The British School at Rome: One Hundred Years. Rome: BSR.
Wiseman, T.P. (1990). A Short History of the British School at Rome. Rome: BSR.
Biographies of Eugenie Sellers Strong
Beard, M. (2002). The Invention of Ellen Jane Harrison. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Dyson, S.L. (2004). Eugenie Sellers Strong: Portrait of an Archaeologist. London: Duckworth & Co.
On the Villa Borghese
Hawthorne, N. (1860). The Marble Faun.
On Anticoli Corrado
Sully, J. (1912). Italian Travel Sketches (London: Constable)
Sturdee, P. (1888). “Bohemianism in Anticoli-Corrado,” The Scottish Art Review (Glasgow: E. Stock)
Hyde, F. “Anticoli Corrado, A Town of Models,” The International Studio 47, no. 187 (1912): 219-23.
Birnbaum, M. “Maurice Sterne,” The International Studio 46, no. 181 (1912): iii-xiii
Campbell, L. (1989). A Call to Order: The Rome Prize and Early Twentieth-Century British Architecture. In Architectural History, vol. 32, pp. 131–151.
Dennis Sharp Archive Collections: https://www.paul-mellon-centre.ac.uk/archives-and-library/archive-collections/dennis-sharp
Benton, C. (2004). ‘Connell, Amyas Douglas (1901–1980)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sharp, D. and Rendel, S. (2008). Connell, Ward and Lucas: Modernist Architecture in England. London: Frances Lincoln.
Thistlewood, D. and Heeley, E. (1997). Connell, Ward and Lucas: Towards a Complex Critique in The Journal of Architecture, Vol 2, Spring 1997. London: The Royal Institute of British Architects/Routledge.
‘English Houses of the Thirties’ (1975). Amyas Connell interview with Geoffrey Baker in A305, History of Architecture and Design 1890–1939, The Open University: https://dezignark.com/blog/a305-15-english-houses-of-the-thirties/.
Benton, C. (2004). ‘Connell, Amyas Douglas (1901–1980)’, in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
The Marriage at Cana (1923) by Winifred Knights. Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand: https://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/39515.
Llewellyn, S. (2016) Winifred Knights 1899-1947, [Catalogue]. London: Lund Humphreys.
Liss, P. et al. (1997). Sir Thomas Monnington 1902-1976. Rome: The Fine Art Society, Paul Liss and British School at Rome.
Liss, P. et al. (1995). Winifred Knights 1899-1947. Rome: The Fine Art Society, Paul Liss and British School at Rome.
Liss, P. Llewelyn, S. Et al. (2013). British Murals & Decorative Painting 1920-1960. Bristol: Samson & Co.
Liss, P. Llewelyn, S. Et al. (2013). British Murals & Decorative Painting 1910-1970. Bristol: Samson & Co.
Hebson, N. (2014). Moda WK: Work in response to the paintings, drawings, correspondence, clothing and interior design of Winifred Knights, (an expanded legacy). London: AND Public. https://nadiahebson1.xhbtr.com/moda-wk-publication.
Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland, 1851-1951. https://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/ Henry Moore Institute.
Blackwood, J. (2011). Sculpture of John Skeaping (The British Sculptors and Sculpture Series). London: Lund Humphries.
Hepworth, B. (1946). ‘Approach to Sculpture’, The Studio, London, October 1946, vol. CXXXII, no. 643.
Holman, V. (2015). Alfred Hardiman, RA, and the Vicissitudes of Public Sculpture in Mid-twentieth-century Britain in Sculpture Journal, January 2015, 24(3):351-373.
Campbell Fine Art https://www.campbell-fine-art.com/
Griffiths, A. (1996). Prints and Printmaking: An Introduction to the History and Techniques, London: British Museum Press.