Art History

Art History is a refereed journal that publishes essays and reviews on all aspects, areas and periods of the history of art, from a diversity of perspectives. Founded in 1978, it has established an international reputation for publishing innovative essays at the cutting edge of contemporary scholarship. At the forefront of scholarly enquiry, its contributions are opening up the discipline to new developments and to the interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approaches which are increasingly important in a globalised world.

Five issues per year: February, April, June, September, November.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
01416790
ISSN (online): 
1467-8365

Latest articles

Imagining Imperial Modernity in British Colonial West Africa: Gerald Spencer Pryse's Work for the Empire Marketing Board
Tim Buck, ONLINE EARLY
Defending Deformation: Maurice Denis's Positivist Modernism
Allison Morehead, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 38 (1)

Abstracts & Authors’ Biographies
vol. 38 (1): 4-7
Editorial
Genevieve Warwick, vol. 38 (1): 9-9
Cursed Mimicry: France and Haiti, Again (1848 - 51)
Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby, vol. 38 (1): 68-105
Sculpture and Ideas
Whitney Davis, vol. 38 (1): 210-214
Manet and the Logic of Practice
Liz Kim, vol. 38 (1): 215-218
From Salon to Salons: Paris 1871–1914
Malcolm Gee, vol. 38 (1): 218-220
Love at Work: Avant-Garde Couples in Expressionism, Dada and Beyond
Debbie Lewer, vol. 38 (1): 221-225
Presenting Alexander Calder: A Review of Current Exhibition Practices
Vanja V. Malloy, vol. 38 (1): 226-230
Impure Modernism
Alex J. Taylor, vol. 38 (1): 230-233
Asger Jorn at 100
Kristina Rapacki, vol. 38 (1): 234-239
Beware the Erotic Doll!
Will Atkin, vol. 38 (1): 239-242

Volume 37 (5)

Abstracts & Authors’ Biographies
vol. 37 (5): 832-835
T. J. Clark's Picasso
Christopher Green, vol. 37 (5): 978-981
What is Violence?
Scott Nethersole, vol. 37 (5): 982-984
Who is Zorn?
Randall L. Anderson, vol. 37 (5): 985-988
Rethinking Hegel and Heidegger on Art
Emma Bennett, vol. 37 (5): 989-992
Futurism Revived in New York
Rosalind McKever, vol. 37 (5): 993-997
Charting an Amorphous Past: Surrealism in Japan
Michael Richardson, vol. 37 (5): 998-1001