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Philip Hendy's writings and research
Throughout his career Philip Hendy wrote and lectured on a wide range of art historical subjects. Between 1923 and 1974 he wrote or contributed to over fifteen books and had many articles published. He also broadcast regularly for the BBC and lectured worldwide.
His major publications include:
Hours in the Wallace Collection, 1927
Wallace Collection: Catalogue of the paintings and drawings, 1928
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: catalogue, 1931
Penguin Modern Painters: Matthew Smith, 1944
Giovanni Bellini, 1945
An exhibition of cleaned paintings 1936-1947 at the National Gallery, 1947
The National Gallery London, 1956 and 1960
Twenty four Masterpieces from the National Gallery I and II, 1958 and 1959
Some Italian Renaissance Pictures in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, 1964
Piero della Francesca, 1968
European and American Painting in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1974
He was also a regular contributor to journals and newspapers, particularly Britain Today, The London Mercury and The Listener. Between 1924 and 1926 he was the art critic for the Daily Herald and between 1926 and 1927 for The New Statesman
This series includes correspondence, research notes, drafts and final copies of articles, lectures and broadcasts. Also, press cuttings and magazine articles.
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