Table of contents for Ephemeral bodies : wax sculpture and the human figure / edited by Roberta Panzanelli ; with a translation of Julius von Schlosser's "History of portraiture in wax".

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Contents
000	Foreword
000	Acknowledgments
1	Introduction: The Body in Wax, The Body of Wax
Roberta Panzanelli
000	Compelling Presence: Wax Effigies in Renaissance 
Florence
	Roberta Panzanelli
000	Wax Fibers, Wax Bodies, and Moving Figures: Artifice 
and Nature in Eighteenth-Century Anatomy
	Joan B. Landes
000	Almost Alive: The Spectacle of Verisimilitude in 
Madame Tussaud's Waxworks
	Uta Kornmeier
000	On Waxes and Wombs: Eighteenth-Century Representations 
of the Gravid Uterus
	Lyle Massey
000	Wax Tokens of Libido: William Hamilton, Richard Payne 
Knight, and the Phalli of Isernia
	Whitney Davis
000	Fleeting Revelations: The Demise of Duration in 
Medardo Rosso's Wax Sculpture
	Sharon Hecker
000	Viscosities and Survivals: Art History Put to the Test 
by the Material
	Georges Didi-Huberman
000	Appendix: "History of Portraiture in Wax" ("Geschichte 
der Portr¿tbildnerei in Wachs," 1910--11) 
	Julius von Schlosser
000	Biographical Notes on the Contributors
000	Illustration Credits
000	Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wax figures.
Wax-modeling -- History.