Word and Image in France, 1880–1926
Acknowledgements This book began as a doctoral thesis completed at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. I am greatly indebted to my supervisors, John House and Christopher Green, for their advice, support and example. I would like to thank Richard Hobbs and Peter Read for their detailed comments and encouragement, and Barrie Bullen for his interest in the project. Fund- ing for my doctoral research was generously provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. I benefited enormously from two postdoc- toral fellowships, which enabled me to develop this project into a book: a Junior Research Fellowship at Churchill College, Cambridge, and a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Courtauld Institute of Art and the University of St Andrews. Colleagues and students in the History of Art Department at the University of Cambridge, the Courtauld Institue of Art and the School of Art History at the University of St Andrews have provided motivating and supportive environments in which to work. At Peter Lang, I would like to thank, in particular, Hannah Godfrey and Gemma Lewis. The time spent writing this book has been greatly enriched by many individuals who have been generous in various ways with their time and perspective, including Natalie Adamson, Yve-Alain Bois, Grace Brockington, Elizabeth Childs, David Cottington, Miranda Gill, Lorenzo Martelli, Jenny Piening, Kate Quinn, Alistair Rider, Juliet Simpson, John- Paul Stonard, Belinda Thomson, Aurélie Verdier – and especially Ralph Kingston, who has been the most constant presence during the writing of this book, and who...
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