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About the Author
James Cahill combines writing, research and painting with a role at one of London's leading contemporary art galleries. He studied at the Courtauld Institute, where his research focused on British twentieth-century artists' explorations of crucifixion and obscenity. He is the co-author a monograph on British artist Angus Fairhurst (2009), of 'Homeland: David Hockney and the Yorkshire Landscape' (2012), and has written catalogue essays for a number of contemporary art exhibitions, as well as reviews for various publications. He has lectured at the Architectural Association, London, on the paintings of Francis Bacon, and at Oxford University on Renaissance iconography in contemporary art. His current research looks at the afterlife of ancient Greece and Rome in contemporary visual culture. Nicholas James studied painting with Keith Vaughan and Frank Auerbach at the Slade School UCL and History of Art at Kingston University. He formed Cv Publications in 1992 and Cv/Visual Arts Research in 1995.