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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 57

"John Kay’s Watercolor Drawing John Campbell (1782)"

McGlashan, Wendy
2022
11 pages
9 illustrations
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is issued annually and publishes original research on works of art in the Museum’s collection. Highlights of volume 57 include essays on a crimson velvet “cloth of gold” associated with the Tudor dynasty; an exquisite pair of malachite torchères commissioned by the Russian Demidov family; and a drawing on muslin by Matȟó Nážiŋ detailing the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876.

John Campbell, Precentor, Conducting Three Braying Asses, John Kay  British, Scottish, Watercolor
1782
A Triumvirate: The Daft Highland Laird (James Robertson), John Dhu or Dow (a member of the Town Guard), and Jamie Duff (an Idiot), John Kay  British, Scottish, Etching
Multiple artists/makers
1784
A Medley of Musicians, or, Campbell's Concert, John Kay  British, Scottish, Etching
Multiple artists/makers
1784
Mr. John Campbell, Precenter in Cannongate Church, John Kay  British, Scottish, Etching
ca. 1784
The Enraged Musician, William Hogarth  British, Etching and engraving; second or third state of three
November 30, 1741
John Kay, Drawn and Engraved by Himself, John Kay  British, Scottish, Etching
1786

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