Art History articles

Volume 35 (5)

Beer and Loafing in Antwerp
Bret Rothstein, vol. 35 (5): 886-907
Perspectives in Flux: Viewing Dutch Pictures in Real Time
Celeste Brusati, vol. 35 (5): 908-933
The Turn of the Skull: Andreas Vesalius and the Early Modern Memento Mori
Rose Marie San Juan, vol. 35 (5): 958-975
Laying the Table: The Procedures of Still Life
Joanna Woodall, vol. 35 (5): 976-1003
Boredom's Threshold: Dutch Realism
Angela Vanhaelen, vol. 35 (5): 1004-1023
Art/Matter(s)
Larry Silver, vol. 35 (5): 1024-1035
On the Impulse of Mapping, or How a Flat Earth Theory of Dutch Maps Distorts the Thickness and Pictorial Proclivities of Early Modern Dutch Cartography (and Misses Its Picturing Impulse)
Benjamin Schmidt, vol. 35 (5): 1036-1049
Reflections on Temporality in Netherlandish Art
Lyle Massey, vol. 35 (5): 1050-1057
The Work of Realism
Bronwen Wilson, vol. 35 (5): 1058-1073
The Meaningful Image: Relational, Exegetical and Rhetorical Paradigms in the Study of Northern Art
Walter S. Melion, vol. 35 (5): 1074-1089
Index to Volume 35
vol. 35 (5): 1090-1091

Volume 35 (4)

Parading David
Anne Dunlop, vol. 35 (4): 0-0
‘Peculiar circumstances of the land’: Artists and Models in Nineteenth-Century Brazilian Slave Society
Daryle Williams, vol. 35 (4): 702-727
The Carte de Visite in the 1860s and the Serial Dynamic of Photographic Likeness
Lara Perry, vol. 35 (4): 728-749
Elizabeth Eastlake's History of our Lord as exemplified in works of art:Theology, Art and Aesthetic Reaction
Adele M. Ernstrom, vol. 35 (4): 750-777
Vico, Virginia Woolf and Adrian Stokes's Autobiographies: Fantasy, Providence and Isolation in Post-War British Aesthetics
Richard Read, vol. 35 (4): 778-795
Clones for a Queer Nation: George Segal's Gay Liberation and Temporality
Margo Hobbs Thompson, vol. 35 (4): 796-815
Contemporary Book Art in the Middle East: The Book as Document in Iraq
Sonja Mejcher-Atassi, vol. 35 (4): 816-839
Substitution and Subversion: Two Paths through the Renaissance
Katherine Hunt, vol. 35 (4): 840-843
Looking Back at Zoffany
Georgina Cole, vol. 35 (4): 844-847
On the Ways of Viewing Spanish Art
Claudia Heide, vol. 35 (4): 848-850
Art Meets Commerce
Katherine Faulkner, vol. 35 (4): 851-853
Resuscitating Gérôme?
Philippa Kaina, vol. 35 (4): 854-856
‘It Belonged to Time Now’: Modernizing Britain in the Twentieth Century
Charlotte Mille, vol. 35 (4): 857-859
Trash Talking: Yoruba Art beyond Beauty
Kate Cowcher, vol. 35 (4): 860-862

Volume 35 (3)

‘The mere relation of the sufferings of others’: Highmore, History Painting and the Foundling Hospital
Jacqueline Riding, vol. 35 (3): 0-0
Seeing in Black-and-White: Incidents in Print Culture
Meaghan Clarke, vol. 35 (3): 0-0
The Formation of the Avant-Garde in Paris and London, c. 1880–1915
David Cottington, vol. 35 (3): 0-0
Beyond Naturalism in Art and Poetry: Duccio and Dante on the Road to Emmaus
Gervase Rosser, vol. 35 (3): 0-0
‘Know Thyself’: Daniele da Volterra’s Contested Subject
Morten Steen Hansen, vol. 35 (3): 498-521
‘Mantras of Gibberish’: Wallace Berman's Visions of Artaud
Lucy Bradnock, vol. 35 (3): 622-643
Reading Leonardo Backwards
Matthew Landrus, vol. 35 (3): 644-647
After Michelangelo: Sculpture, Surface, Sex
Satish Padiyar, vol. 35 (3): 648-653
Crossing Cultures: Reading Europe’s First Kiosks, Mosques and Hammams
Perrin Stein, vol. 35 (3): 653-656
From Homes to Houses: The Shifting Nature of Artistic Creativity in European Interiors during the Nineteenth Century
Clive Edwards, vol. 35 (3): 657-660
Jacob Epstein: The First Fifty Years
Colin Turner, vol. 35 (3): 660-661
Art as a Portrait of the Modern State: The Development of Art History in Japan
Majella Munro, vol. 35 (3): 662-664
The Aesthete Barbarian
Dominic Johnson, vol. 35 (3): 664-667
State of the Nation: Writing Contemporary British Art
Alice Correia, vol. 35 (3): 667-672

Volume 35 (2)

The Politics of Possession: Edwin Long's Babylonian Marriage Market
Imogen Hart, vol. 35 (2): 86-105