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Contents 19th Century Art ................................................................................................................................................................. 2 20th Century Art ................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Art & Gender ....................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Art & Religion ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Art & Visual Culture ........................................................................................................................................................... 9 History of Art .................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Index ................................................................................................................................................................................... 19


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Caricatures and Cartoons, 1890-1905: A History of the World - 3 volume set Edited by Yorimitsu Hashimoto This is a three-volume collection of caricatures and cartoons published between 1890-1905 in nearly 300 newspapers and journals of 25 countries, which includes India, Japan and other non-western regions as well as the UK, US and Europe. Including nearly 4200 illustrations, Caricatures and Cartoons, 1890-1905: A History of the World vividly describes the changes of the world around the turn of the century. Chronologically arranged, the volumes will be a useful visual tool for students and scholars th researching global modern history around the turn of the 19 century, as well as for anybody interested in the history of comics. Edition Synapse Market: History May 2016: 1350pp Hb: 978-4-861-66186-0: £865.00 Special price: £735.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9784861661860

Max Klinger and Wilhelmine Culture On the Threshold of German Modernism Marsha Morton The Wilhelmine Empire’s opening decades (1870s - 1880s) were crucial transitional years in the development of German modernism, both politically and culturally. Here Marsha Morton argues that no artist represented the shift from tradition to unsettling innovation more compellingly than Max Klinger. The author examines Klinger’s early prints and drawings within the context of intellectual and material transformations in Wilhelmine society through an interdisciplinary approach that encompasses Darwinism, ethnography, dreams and hypnosis, the literary Romantic grotesque, criminology, and the urban experience. Routledge August 2014: 246x174: 434pp Hb: 978-1-409-46758-8: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409467588

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Is Paris Still the Capital of the Nineteenth Century?

Max Liebermann

Essays on Art and Modernity, 1850-1900

Modern Art and Modern Germany

Edited by Hollis Clayson and André Dombrowski

Marion F. Deshmukh

"Is Paris Still the Capital of the Nineteenth Century?" The question that guides this volume stems from Walter Benjamin's studies of nineteenth-century Parisian culture as the apex of capitalist aesthetics. Thirteen scholars test Benjamin's ideas about the centrality of Paris, formulated in the 1930s, from a variety of methodological perspectives. Many investigate the underpinnings of the French capital's reputation and mythic force, which was based largely upon the city's capacity to put itself on display. The volume equally studies a broader range of media than Benjamin did himself: from modernist painting and printmaking, photography, and illustration to urban planning.

This is the first English-language examination of the German impressionist painter Max Liebermann, whose long life and career spanned nine decades. Through a close reading of key paintings and a discussion of his many cultural networks across Germany and throughout Europe, this study by Marion F. Deshmukh illuminates Liebermann’s importance as a pioneer of German modernism.

Routledge Market: Art History June 2016: 246x174: 306pp Hb: 978-1-472-46014-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472460141

Routledge Market: Visual Studies September 2015: 246x174: 480pp Hb: 978-1-472-43415-9: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472434159

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Louise Jopling A Biographical and Cultural Study of the Modern Woman Artist in Victorian Britain Patricia de Montfort Series: Among the Victorians and Modernists Louise Jopling - A Biographical and Cultural Study is the first in-depth study of this nineteenth-century painter who was among the first women admitted to the Royal Society of British Artists (in 1902). In part an engaging biography of a compelling celebrity figure and social campaigner in Victorian England, Patricia de Montfort's book interweaves a vivid and rounded portrait of this Manchester-born artist, teacher, and author with insightful analysis of Jopling's artwork and the aristocratic-bohemian social milieu that she inhabited. Routledge Market: Art History August 2016: 234x156: 182pp Hb: 978-1-472-46739-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472467393

Orientalism, Eroticism and Modern Visuality in Global Cultures Edited by Joan DelPlato and Julie Codell, Arizona State University In Orientalism, Eroticism and Modern Visuality in Global Cultures scholars look afresh at representations of nineteenth-century ’oriental’ bodies, inquiring deeply into their erotic dimensions, tracing their global dissemination at cross-cultural intersections of the visual and the political. The authors consider the impact of eroticized orientalist representations registered on racial and gendered bodies at historical moments across the globe in the media of photography, painting, prints and sculpture by contextualizing the visual within social practices, ethnography, literature, travel writing and the dynamics of imperialism. Routledge Market: Visual Studies April 2016: 234x156: 234pp Hb: 978-1-409-46395-5: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409463955

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Perspectives on Degas

The Academy of San Carlos and Mexican Art History

Edited by Kathryn Brown, Loughborough University The first comprehensive assessment of Degas's legacy to be published in over two decades, Perspectives on Degas unites a team of international scholars to analyze Degas's work, artistic practice, and unique methods of pictorial problem-solving. Established scholars and curators show how recent trends in art historical thinking can stimulate innovative interpretations of Degas's paintings, prints, sculptures, and drawings and reveal new ideas about his place in the art historical narrative of the nineteenth-century avant-garde. Routledge Market: Modern Art/Art History September 2016: 246x174: 280pp Hb: 978-1-472-43997-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472439970

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Politics, History, and Art in Nineteenth-Century Mexico Ray Hernandez-Duran Series: Studies in Art Historiography The first substantial Mexican colonial art historiography in English, this book examines the origin of the study of colonial art in Mexico as a symptom of the development of modern museum practice in mid-nineteenth-century Mexico City. Also an intellectual history, this study recognizes the role of nationalism in the initiation of art historical practice in what is understood today more broadly as Latin America. Viceregal or colonial Mexican, Spanish colonial, and colonial Latin American art continues to be underplayed or overlooked by most art historians; Ray Hernández-Durán redresses that omission, presenting a detailed examination of the origin of the study of colonial art in Mexico. Routledge Market: Visual Studies October 2016: 246x174: 174pp Hb: 978-1-409-43412-2: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409434122

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Staging the Artist Performance and the Self-Portrait from Realism to Expressionism Claire Moran Restoring the role of theatrical performance as both subject and trope in the aesthetics of self-representation, Staging the Artist questions how nineteenth-century French and Belgian artists self-consciously fashioned their identities through their art and writings. This emphasis on performance allows for a new understanding of the processes of self-fashioning which underlie self-representation in word and image.

Routledge Market: Art History December 2016: 246x174: 192pp Hb: 978-1-409-42775-9: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409427759

The Société des Trois in the Nineteenth Century The Translocal Artistic Union of Whistler, Fantin-Latour, and Legros Melissa Berry, University of Victoria, Canada Series: Routledge Research in Art History This book reframes the formative years of three significant artists: Henri Fantin-Latour, Alphonse Legros, and James McNeill Whistler. Though their oeuvres appear dissimilar, it is imperative that the three artists’ early work and letters be viewed in light of the Société, as it informed many of their decisions in both London and Paris. Each artist actively cultivated a translocal presence, creating artistic networks that transcended national borders. Thus, this bookwill serve as a comprehensive resource on the development, production, implications, and eventual end of the Société. Routledge Market: Art History December 2017: 246x174: 152pp Hb: 978-1-138-50315-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138503151

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Textiles, Fashion, and Design Reform in Austria-Hungary Before the First World War

The Unfinished Exhibition

Principles of Dress Rebecca Houze Series: The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950 Filling a critical gap in Vienna 1900 studies, this book offers a new reading of fin-de-siècle culture in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy by looking at the unusual and widespread preoccupation with embroidery, fabrics, clothing, and fashion both literally and metaphorically. The author resurrects lesser known critics, practitioners, and curators from obscurity, while also discussing the textile interests of better known figures, notably Gottfried Semper and Alois Riegl. Spanning the 50-year life of the Dual Monarchy, this study uncovers new territory in the history of art history, insists on the crucial place of women within modernism, and broadens the cultural history of Habsburg Central Europe by revealing the complex relationships among art history, women, and Austria-Hungary. Routledge January 2015: 234x156: 470pp Hb: 978-1-409-43668-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409436683

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Visualizing Myth, Memory, and the Shadow of the Civil War in Centennial America Susanna W. Gold The Unfinished Exhibition, the first comprehensive examination of American art at the Centennial, explains the critical role of visual culture in negotiating memories of the nation’s past that conflicted with the optimism that Exhibition officials promoted. Supporting novel iconographical interpretations with myriad primary source material, author Susanna W. Gold demonstrates how the art galleries and the audiences who visited them addressed the lingering traumas of battle, the uneasy re-unification of North and South, and the persisting racial tensions in the post-Emancipation era. Routledge Market: Visual Studies December 2016: 246x174: 188pp Hb: 978-1-472-48066-8: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472480668

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Victorian Perceptions of Renaissance Architecture Katherine Wheeler Series: Studies in Art Historiography In the mid-1880s The Builder, an influential British architectural journal, published an article characterizing Renaissance architecture as a corrupt bastardization of the classical architecture of Greece and Rome. By the turn of the century, however, the same journal praised the Renaissance architect Filippo Brunelleschi as the ’Christopher Columbus of modern architecture.’ Victorian Perceptions of Renaissance Architecture, 1850-1914 examines these conflicting characterizations and reveals how the writing of architectural history was intimately tied to the rise of the professional architect and the formalization of architectural education in late nineteenth-century Britain. Drawing on a broad range of evidence, including literary texts, professional journals, university curricula, and census records, Victorian Perceptions reframes works by seminal authors such as John Ruskin, Walter Pater, John Addington Symonds, and Geoffrey Scott. Routledge May 2014: 234x156: 206pp Hb: 978-1-472-41882-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472418821

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American Women Artists, 1935-1970

Francesca Woodman's Dark Gaze

Gender, Culture, and Politics

The Diazotypes and Other Late Works

Edited by Helen Langa and Paula Wisotzki

Claire Raymond

Numerous American women artists built successful professional careers in the mid-twentieth century while confronting challenging cultural transitions: shifts in stylistic avant-gardism, harsh political transformations, and changing gender expectations for both women and men.Women artists developed their careers by adopting innovative approaches to contemporary subjects, techniques, and media.Through its complex, nuanced approach to issues of gender and female agency, this volume offers valuable and exciting new scholarship in twentieth-century American art history and feminist studies.

Taking up the question of the disintegrative condition of Francesca Woodman's final works, Claire Raymond argues that through her use of diazotype, a medium that breaks down when exposed to light, Woodman created art that responds imaginatively to the end of the stable image. Raymond focuses on the theoretical and the curatorial issues surrounding Woodman's diazotypes, showing how they play the ephemeral and evanescent against the monumental and enduring.

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Routledge Market: Visual Studies May 2016: 234x156: 176pp Hb: 978-1-472-45712-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472457127

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Animism and Shamanism in Twentieth-Century Art

Heidegger and the Work of Art History Edited by Amanda Boetzkes and Aron Vinegar

Kandinsky, Ernst, Pollock, Beuys Evan R. Firestone, Professor Emeritus of Art History, University of Georgia, USA. Wassily Kandinsky, Max Ernst, Jackson Pollock and Joseph Beuys were the leading artists of their generations to recognize the rich possibilities that animism and shamanism offered. While each of these artists' connection with shamanism has been written about separately, author Evan Firestone brings the four together in order to better examine their individual approaches to anthropological materials and to define similarities and differences between them. Firestone's close readings of their artworks and examination of the relevant texts available to them reveal fresh new insights and perspectives. Routledge Market: Modern Art/Art History September 2016: 246x174: 198pp Hb: 978-1-472-47734-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472477347

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Heidegger and the Work of Art History explores the impact and future possibilities of Heidegger’s philosophy for art history and visual culture in the twenty-first century. Scholars from the fields of art history, visual and material studies, design, philosophy, aesthetics and new media pursue diverse lines of thinking that have departed from Heidegger’s work in order to foster compelling new accounts of works of art and their historicity. This collected book of essays also shows how studies in the history and theory of the visual enrich our understanding of Heidegger’s philosophy. In addition to examining the philosopher's lively collaborations with art historians, and how his longstanding engagement with the visual arts influenced his conceptualization of history, the essays in this volume consider the ontological and ethical implications of our encounters with works of art, the visual techniques that form worlds, how to think about ’things’ beyond human-centred relationships. Routledge February 2014: 234x156: 374pp Hb: 978-1-409-45613-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409456131

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Appropriated Photographs in French Surrealist Periodicals, 1924-1939

The Art of Joaquín Torres-García Constructive Universalism and the Inversion of Abstraction Aarnoud Rommens

Linda Steer Series: Studies in Surrealism

Intertwining art history, aesthetic theory, and Latin American studies, Aarnoud Rommens challenges contemporary Eurocentric revisions of the history of abstraction through this study of the Uruguayan artist Joaquín Torres-García. Rommens analyses the paradoxes of the painter's aesthetic-philosophical doctrine of Constructive Universalism as it sought to adapt European geometric abstraction to the Americas. Through the highly original method of reading Torres-García's artworks as a critique on the artist's own writings, Rommens reveals how Torres-García appropriates the colonial language of Primitivism to construct the artificial image of "pure" pre-Columbian

The first monograph to analyze the Surrealist gesture of photographic appropriation, this study examines "found" photographs in three French Surrealist reviews published in the 1920s and 1930s: La Revolution surrealiste, edited by Andre Breton; Documents, edited by Georges Bataille; and Minotaure, edited by Breton and others.

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abstraction. Routledge Market: Latin American Art/Modern Art August 2016: 246x174: 192pp Hb: 978-1-472-47143-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472471437

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The Artwork of Gerhard Richter Painting, Critical Theory and Cultural Transformation Darryn Ansted By uniquely treating Gerhard Richter’s entire oeuvre as a single subject, Darryn Ansted combines research into Richter’s first art career as a socialist realist with study of his subsequent decisions as a significant contemporary artist. Analysis of Richter’s East German murals, early work, lesser known paintings, and destroyed and unfinished pieces buttress this major re-evaluation of Richter’s other well known but little understood paintings.

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Visual Propaganda, Exhibitions, and the Spanish Civil War Miriam M. Basilio Visual Propaganda, Exhibitions, and the Spanish Civil War is a history of art during wartime that analyzes images in various media that circulated widely and were encountered daily by Spaniards on city walls, in print, and in exhibitions. Tangible elements of the nation’s past”monuments, cultural property, and art-historical icons”were displayed in temporary exhibitions and museums, as well as reproduced on posters and in print media, to rally the population, define national identity, and reinvent distant and recent history. Artists, political-party propagandists, and government administrators believed that images on the street, in print, and in exhibitions would create a community of viewers, brought together during the staging of public exhibitions to understand their own roles as Spaniards. This book draws on extensive archival research, brings to light unpublished documents, and examines visual propaganda, exhibitions, and texts unavailable in English. Routledge January 2014: 246x174: 340pp Hb: 978-1-409-46481-5: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409464815

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Female Body Image in Contemporary Art

Materializing Gender in Eighteenth-Century Europe

Dieting, Eating Disorders, Self-Harm, and Fatness Emily L. Newman, Texas A&M University-Commerce Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Art Numerous contemporary artists, particularly female artists, have chosen to examine the idealization of the female body. In this crucial book, Emily L. Newman focuses on a number of key themes including obesity, anorexia, bulimia, dieting, self-harm, and female body image. Interwoven throughout this inclusive study are related interdisciplinary concerns including sociology, popular culture, and feminism.

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Edited by Jennifer G. Germann and Heidi A. Strobel Series: The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950 Art history has enriched the study of material culture as a scholarly field. This interdisciplinary volume enhances this literature through the contributors' engagement with gender as the conceptual locus of analysis in terms of femininity, masculinity, and the spaces in between. Collectively, these essays by art historians and museum professionals argue for a more complex understanding of the relationship between objects and subjects in gendered terms. Routledge Market: Art History/Gender Studies January 2016: 246x174: 240pp Hb: 978-1-472-45631-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472456311

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Female Portraiture and Patronage in Marie Antoinette's Court The Princesse de Lamballe Sarah Grant Series: The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950 This comprehensive book brings to light the portraits, private collections, and public patronage of the princesse de Lamballe, a pivotal member of Marie-Antoinette’s inner circle. Drawing extensively on unpublished archival sources, Sarah Grant examines the princess’s many portrait commissions and the rich character of her private collections, which included works by some of the period’s leading artists and artisans. The book sheds new light on the agency, sorority and taste of Marie-Antoinette and her friends, a group of female patrons and model of courtly collecting that would be extinguished by the coming Revolution. Routledge Market: Art History September 2018: 246x174: 232pp Hb: 978-1-138-48082-7: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138480827

The Cult of St Clare of Assisi in Early Modern Italy Nirit Ben-Aryeh Debby Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Notwithstanding the wealth of material published about St Clare of Assisi (1193-1253) in the context of medieval scholarship, and the wealth of visual material regarding her, there is a dearth of published scholarship concerning her cult in the early modern period. This work examines the representations of St Clare in the Italian visual tradition from the thirteenth century on, but especially between the fifteenth and the mid-seventeenth centuries, in the context of mendicant activity. Through an examination of such diverse visual images as prints, drawings, panels, sculptures, minor arts, and frescoes in relation to sermons of Franciscan preachers, starting in the thirteenth century but focusing primarily on the later tradition of early modernity, the book highlights the cult of women saints and its role in the reform movements of the Osservanza and the Catholic Reformation and in the face of Muslim-Christian encounter of the early modern era. Routledge June 2014: 244 x 172: 192pp Hb: 978-1-472-42057-2: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472420572

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Gender, Piety, and Production in Fourteenth-Century English Apocalypse Manuscripts Renana Bartal Gender, Piety, and Production in Fourteenth-Century English Apocalypse Manuscripts is the first in-depth study of three textually and iconographically diverse Apocalypses illustrated in England in the first half of the fourteenth century by a single group of artists. It offers a close look at a group of illuminators previously on the fringe of art historical scholarship, challenging the commonly-held perception of them as mere craftsmen at a time when both audiences and methods of production were becoming increasingly varied.

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Art, Gender and Religious Devotion in Grand Ducal Tuscany

St. Catherine of Alexandria in Renaissance Roman Art

Alice E. Sanger Series: Women and Gender in the Early Modern World

Case Studies in Patronage Cynthia Stollhans

Art, Gender and Religious Devotion in Grand Ducal Tuscany focuses on the intersection of the visual and the sacred at the Medici court of the later sixteenth to early seventeenth centuries in relation to issues of gender. Through a series of case studies carefully chosen to highlight key roles and key interventions of Medici women, this book embraces the diversity of their activities, from their public appearances at the centre of processionals such as the bridal entrata, to the commissioning and collecting of art objects and the overseeing of architectural projects, to an array of other activities to which these women applied themselves with particular force and vigour: regular and special devotions, visits to churches and convents, pilgrimages and relic collecting.

How and why did a medieval female saint from the Eastern Mediterranean come to be such a powerful symbol in early modern Rome? This study provides an overview of the development of the cult of Catherine of Alexandria in Renaissance Rome, exploring in particular how a saint's cult could be variously imaged and 'reinvented' to suit different eras and patronal interests. Cynthia Stollhans traces the evolution of the saint's imagery through the lens of patrons and their interests-with special focus on the importance of Catherine's image in the fashioning of her Roman identity-to show how her imagery served the religious, political, and/or social agendas of individual patrons and religious orders.

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Festive Funerals in Early Modern Italy

The Bible and the Printed Image in Early Modern England

The Art and Culture of Conspicuous Commemoration Minou Schraven Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Celebrated at the heart of a notoriously unstable period, the Vacant See, papal funerals in early modern Rome easily fell prey to ceremonial chaos and disorder. Charged with maintaining decorum, papal Masters of Ceremonies supervised all aspects of the funeral, from the correct handling of the papal body to the construction of the funeral apparato: the temporary decorations used during the funeral masses in St Peter’s. The visual and liturgical centre of this apparato was the chapelle ardente or castrum doloris: a baldachin-like structure standing over the body of the deceased, decorated with coats of arms, precious textiles and hundreds of burning candles. Drawing from printed festival books and previously unpublished sources, such as ceremonial diaries and diplomatic correspondence, this book offers the first comprehensive overview of the development of early modern funeral apparati. Routledge April 2014: 246x174: 338pp Hb: 978-0-754-66524-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780754665243

Little Gidding and the pursuit of scriptural harmony Michael Gaudio Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity The first book-length study of the fifteen surviving Little Gidding bible concordances, this book examines the visual culture of print in seventeenth-century England through the lens of one extraordinary family and their hand-made biblical manuscripts. Contrary to the long-held view that the English Reformation led to a decline in the importance of the religious image, this volume demonstrates the ongoing vitality of religious prints in early modern England as instruments for thinking. Routledge Market: Art History July 2016: 246x174: 196pp Hb: 978-1-472-46046-2: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472460462

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Raymond Jonson and the Spiritual in Modernist and Abstract Painting Herbert R. Hartel, Jr., John Jay College, CUNY Series: Routledge Research in Art History This is the most thorough and detailed monograph on the artwork of Raymond Jonson. He is one of many artists of the first half of the twentieth-century who demonstrate the richness and diversity of an under-appreciated period in the history of American art. Visualizing the spiritual was one of the fundamental goals of early abstract painting in the years before and during World War I. Jonson was steadfastly dedicated to this goal for most of his career and he always believed that modernist and abstract styles were the most effective and compelling means of achieving it. Routledge Market: Art History March 2018: 254 x 178: 222pp Hb: 978-1-138-71254-6: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138712546

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Apostolic Iconography and Florentine Confraternities in the Age of Reform

Framing the Ocean, 1700 to the Present Envisaging the Sea as Social Space Edited by Tricia Cusack

Douglas N. Dow Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity

Before the eighteenth century, the ocean was regarded as a repulsive and chaotic deep. Despite reinvention as a zone of wonder and pleasure, it continued to be viewed in the West and elsewhere as ’uninhabited’, empty space. This collection, spanning the eighteenth century to the present, recasts the ocean as ’social space’, with particular reference to visual representations.

Focusing on artists and architectural complexes which until now have eluded scholarly attention in English-language publications, Apostolic Iconography and Florentine Confraternities in the Age of Reform examines through their art programs three different confraternal organizations in Florence at a crucial moment in their histories.

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Cultural Mobility in the Interwar Avant-Garde Art Network

Geneses of Postmodern Art Technology As Iconology

Poland, Belgium and the Netherlands Michał Wenderski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan Series: Routledge Research in Art History This book explores the issue of cultural mobility within the interwar network of the European avant-garde, focusing on selected writers, artists, architects, magazines and groups from Poland, Belgium and Netherlands. Regardless of their apparent linguistic, cultural and geographical remoteness, their mutual exchange and relationships were both deep and broad, and of great importance for the wider development of interwar avant-garde literature, art and architecture. This analysis is based on a vast research corpus encompassing original, often previously overlooked periodicals, publications and correspondence gathered from archives around the world. Routledge Market: Art History September 2018: 246x174: 182pp Hb: 978-1-138-49354-4: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138493544

Paul Crowther, National University of Ireland, Galway Series: Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies Postmodernism in the visual arts is not just another 'ism.' It emerged in the 1960s as a transformation of artistic creativity inspired by Duchamp's idea that the artwork does not have to be physically made by its creator. Products of mass culture and technology can be used just as well as traditional media. This idea became influential because of a widespread naturalization of technology - where technology becomes something lived in as well as used. Postmodern art embodies this attitude. To explain why, Paul Crowther investigates topics such as eclecticism, the sublime, deconstruction in art and philosophy, and Paolozzi's Wittgenstein-inspired works. Routledge Market: Art history/contemporary art September 2018: 254 x 178: 158pp Hb: 978-1-138-60574-9: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138605749

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Design and Visual Culture from the Bauhaus to Contemporary Art

Genre Imagery in Early Modern Northern Europe

Optical Deconstructions Edit Tóth, Pennsylvania State University, Altoona Series: Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies This book complements the more textually-based Bauhaus scholarship with a practice-oriented and creative interpretive method. Edit Toth argues that focusing on the functionalist approach of the Bauhaus has hindered scholars from properly understanding its design work. With a global scope and under-studied topics, the book advances current scholarly discussions concerning the relationship between image technologies and the body by calling attention to the materiality of image production and strategies of re-channeling image culture into material processes and physical body space, the space of dimensionality and everyday activity. Routledge Market: History of Photography May 2018: 246x174: 194pp Hb: 978-1-138-48061-2: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138480612

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New Perspectives Edited by Arthur J. DiFuria Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Exploring the rich variety of pictorial rhetoric in northern European genre images, this volume deepens our understanding of genre's place in early modern visual culture. Via a variety of approaches, authors detail genre's multivalent relations to older, more established pictorial and literary categories, the interplay between the meaning of the everyday and its translation into images, and the multifaceted concerns genre addressed for its rapidly expanding, unprecedentedly diverse audience. Routledge Market: Art History April 2016: 246x174: 188pp Hb: 978-1-472-44914-6: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472449146

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Gordon Matta-Clark's Conical Intersect

Mass-Observation and Visual Culture

Sculpture, Space, and the Cultural Value of Urban Imagery

Depicting Everyday Lives in Britain

Peter Muir In this in-depth analysis, Peter Muir argues that Gordon Matta-Clark’s Conical Intersect (1975) is emblematic of Henri Lefebvre’s understanding of art’s function in relation to urban space. By engaging with Lefebvre’s theory in conjunction with the perspectives of other writers, such as Michel de Certeau, Jacques Derrida, and George Bataille, the book elicits a story that presents the artwork’s significance, origins and legacies. Conical Intersect is a multi-media artwork, which involves the intersections of architecture, sculpture, film, and photography, as well as being a three-dimensional model that reflects aspects of urban, art, and architectural theory, along with a number of cultural and historiographic discourses which are still present and active. Routledge April 2014: 234x156: 198pp Hb: 978-1-472-41173-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472411730

Lucy D. Curzon Series: British Art: Histories and Interpretations since 1700 Mass-Observation and Visual Culture: Depicting Everyday Lives in Britain explores how visual culture – including painting, collage, film, and photography – was used by Mass-Observation in the late 1930s to understand, document, and ultimately complicate ideas of national identity during a particularly turbulent period of British history.

Routledge Market: Visual Studies November 2016: 246x174: 182pp Hb: 978-1-472-43650-4: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472436504

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James McNeill Whistler and France

Natural Materials of the Holy Land and the Visual Translation of Place, 500-1500

A Dialogue in Paint, Poetry, and Music Suzanne Singletary

Edited by Renana Bartal, Neta Bodner and Bianca Kuhnel

In this first full-length study to position James McNeill Whistler within the trajectory of French modernism, his dialogues with Courbet, Manet, Degas, Monet and Seurat are examined in-depth. Inserting Whistler into the dynamics of the French avant-garde reveals the depth and pervasiveness of his presence and the revolutionary nature of his role in shaping modernism.

Since early Christianity, wood, earth, water and stone were taken from loca sancta to signify them elsewhere. Unlike textual or visual representations, natural materials not only represent the Holy Land; they are part of it. This book examines the processes of their sanctification and how, although inherently abstract, they become charged with meaning.

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Locating American Art

Painting and Narrative in France, from Poussin to Gauguin

Finding Art's Meaning in Museums, Colonial Period to the Present Edited by Cynthia Fowler How does museum location shape interpretation of an art object? Providing a close examination of works of American art in relation to gallery and museum location, this anthology presents case studies of paintings, sculpture, photographs, and other media that explore the relationship between location and the prescribed meaning of art. It provides in-depth analysis of lesser-known works of art, and considers objects in locations outside of art museums in major cultural centers. This alternate perspective yields an expanded and more complex understanding of American art. Routledge Market: Art History December 2015: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-1-472-46799-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472467997

Edited by Peter Cooke and Nina Lübbren Series: Studies in Art Historiography This is the first book to analyse French painting in relation to narrative, from Poussin in the early seventeenth to Gauguin in the late nineteenth century. Thirteen original essays shed light on key moments and aspects of narrative and French painting through the study of artists such as Nicolas Poussin, Charles Le Brun, Jacques-Louis David, Paul Delaroche, Gustave Moreau, and Paul Gauguin. Using a range of theoretical perspectives, the authors study key issues such as temporality, theatricality, word-and-image relations, the narrative function of inanimate objects, the role played by viewers, and the ways in which visual narrative has been bound up with history painting. Routledge Market: Visual Studies June 2016: 234x156: 218pp Hb: 978-1-472-44010-5: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472440105

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Portraiture and Critical Reflections on Being

Rubens, Velázquez, and the King of Spain

Euripides Altintzoglou, University of Wolverhampton Series: Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies This book analyzes the philosophical origins of dualism in portraiture in Western culture during the Classical period, through to contemporary modes of portraiture. Dualism – the separation of mind from body - plays a central part in portraiture, given that it supplies the fundamental framework for portraiture’s determining problem and justification: the visual construction of the subjectivity of the sitter, which is invariably accounted for as ineffable entity or spirit, that the artist magically captures. Every artist that has engaged with portraiture has had to deal with these issues and, therefore, with the question of being and identity. Routledge Market: Art History May 2018: 246x174: 172pp Hb: 978-1-138-58060-2: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138580602

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Aneta Georgievska-Shine and Larry Silver This study provides a new analysis of the pictorial ensemble of the Torre de la Parada, the hunting lodge of King Philip IV of Spain. Created in the late 1630s by a group of artists led by Peter Paul Rubens, this cycle of mythological imagery and hunting scenes was completed by Diego Velázquez. Despite the lack of a written program, surviving works provide eloquent testimony of several basic themes that embody Neostoic ideals of self-restraint and prudent governance. While Rubens set the moral tone through his serio-comic Ovidian narratives, Velázquez added an important grace note with his portraits of ancient philosophers, and royals and fools of the court. This study is the first to consider in depth their joint artistic contributions and shared ambition. Routledge February 2014: 246x174: 320pp Hb: 978-1-409-46233-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409462330

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Sir John Soane’s Influence on Architecture from 1791

Radical Marble Architectural Innovation from Antiquity to the Present Edited by J. Nicholas Napoli and William Tronzo Series: Routledge Research in Art History The present volume builds upon the body of recent and emerging research - from antiquity to the present day - to embrace a global focus and addressing the more unusual (or at least unexpected) uses, meanings, and aesthetic appeal of marble. It presents instances where the use of marble has revolutionized architectural practice, suggested new meaning for the built environment, or defined a new aesthetic - moments where this well-known material has been put to radical use. Routledge Market: Art History April 2018: 246x174: 176pp Hb: 978-1-472-46597-9: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472465979

Oliver Bradbury Sir John Soane’s Influence on Architecture from 1791: A Continuing Legacy is the first in-depth study of this eighteenth-century British architect’s impact on the work of others, extending globally and still indeed the case over 200 years later. Author Oliver Bradbury presents a compelling argument that the influence of Soane (1753-1837) has persevered through the centuries, rather than waning around the time of his death. Through examinations of internationally-renowned architects from Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Philip Johnson, as well as a number of not so well known Soanean disciples, Bradbury posits that Soane is perhaps second only to Palladio in terms of the longevity of his influence on architecture through the course of more than two centuries, from the early 1790s to today, concluding with the recent return to pure revivalism. Routledge February 2015: 246x174: 480pp Hb: 978-1-472-40910-2: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472409102

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Renaissance Porticoes and Painted Pergolas Nature and Culture in Early Modern Italy Natsumi Nonaka Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity

The Antonio II Badile Album of Drawings: The Origins of Collecting Drawings in Early Modern Northern Italy Evelyn Karet

This book explores the intersection between architecture, pictorial representation, garden culture, and natural history and proposes the interpretation that the illusionistic pergola was a metaphor for the Renaissance mind as it negotiated a new cognitive topography between an internal rationalism, governed by classical verities, and the perpetually fluctuating outer world of global expansion.

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Evelyn Karet's in-depth study of the Antonio II Badile Album the earliest known example of an art collection pasted onto the pages of a book - is both focused and broad in its appeal to those interested in the early modern era. The provenance of the album is traced from its assemblage to the seventeenth-century collection of Conte Lodovico Moscardo to its dismantling by the dealer Francis Matthiesen in the 1950s, establishing that the volume conserved in the Frits Lugt Collection is not an original but a replica produced by Matthiesen. Although Antonio II must be celebrated as the collector of the drawings, new paleographic analysis has identified the actual compiler of the album after Antonio’s death providing a terminus post quem in the late 1530s or early 1540s. Karet enlarges the focus from the album itself to the historic tradition of collecting drawings in northern Italy in the early modern era before Vasari, for which the album provides a new point of reference. Routledge March 2014: 246x174: 360pp Hb: 978-0-754-66571-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780754665717

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The Routledge Companion to Medieval Iconography

Vincenzo Scamozzi and the Chorography of Early Modern Architecture

Edited by Colum Hourihane Series: Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions

Ann Marie Borys Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity

This companion provides a state-of-the-art assessment of the influence of the foremost iconographers, as well as the methodologies employed and themes that underpin the discipline. The first section focuses on influential thinkers in the field, while the second covers some of the best known methodologies; the third, and largest section, looks at some of the major themes in medieval art. The authors are recognized experts in the field, and each essay includes original analyses and/or case studies which will hopefully open the field for future research. Routledge Market: Visual Studies December 2016: 246x174: 548pp Hb: 978-1-472-45947-3: £190.00 Special price: £161.50 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472459473

The Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education Edited by Mike Fleming, University of Durham, UK, Liora Bresler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA and John O'Toole, Professor Emeritus, University of Melbourne, Australia Series: Routledge International Handbooks of Education This International Handbook brings together leading writers on Arts in Education to provide a much-needed, authoritative guide to the main debates in the field and an informed account of contemporary developments in policy and practice. The collection addresses generic issues common to all the arts while acknowledging differences and recognising the dangers of over-generalisation. It includes specific chapters on each of the art forms (visual art, dance, drama, literature, music, media arts), providing a cutting-edge analysis of key contemporary issues in each subject. Routledge Market: Education / Arts November 2014: 246x174: 424pp Hb: 978-0-415-83921-1: £170.00 Special price: £144.50 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415839211

The first English-language overview of the contributions to Renaissance architectural culture of northern Italian architect Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616), this book introduces Anglophone architects and historians to a little-known figure from a period that is recognized as one of the most productive and influential in the Western architectural tradition. Ann Marie Borys presents Vincenzo Scamozzi as a traveler and an observer, the first Western architect to respond to the changing shape of the world in the Age of Discovery. Routledge March 2014: 246x174: 234pp Hb: 978-1-409-45580-6: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409455806

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Visual Culture and Gender Edited by Annette Burfoot, Queen's University, Canada Series: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies Issues and themes in and around gender and visual culture have generated a huge and complex scholarly literature. Now, to enable users to make sense of an explosion of scholarship, this new title from Routledge’s Major Works publishing programme answers the need for an authoritative reference work. In four volumes, the collection's editor has carefully curated the foundational and the very best cutting-edge research. With a full index, and thoughtful introduction, newly written by the editor, Visual Culture and Gender traces the progress of research in this field, and highlights the challenges for future explorations. Routledge Market: Identity November 2014: 234x156: 1580pp Hb: 978-0-415-83004-1: £995.00 Special price: £846.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415830041

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The Visual Culture of Violence After the French Revolution Lela Graybill The Visual Culture of Violence after the French Revolution traces four sites of spectatorship that exemplified the visual culture of violence in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, offering a new account of the significance of violent spectacle to the birth of modernity. Considerations of the execution scaffold, salon painting, print culture and the fait divers, and waxworks displays establish the centrality of spectatorial violence to experiences of selfhood in the wake of the French Revolution.

Routledge Market: Visual Studies July 2016: 234x156: 198pp Hb: 978-1-472-45019-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472450197

Visual Culture and Mathematics in the Early Modern Period Edited by Ingrid Alexander-Skipnes, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity During the early modern period there was a natural correspondence between how artists might benefit from the knowledge of mathematics and how mathematicians might explore, through advances in the study of visual culture, new areas of enquiry that would uncover the mysteries of the visible world. This volume makes its contribution by offering new interdisciplinary approaches that not only investigate perspective, but also examine how mathematics enriched aesthetic theory and the human mind. Routledge Market: Art History/Early Modern Art/Science and the Arts January 2017: 246x174: 204pp Hb: 978-1-138-67938-2: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138679382

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Visual Culture and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars

Visual Typologies from the Early Modern to the Contemporary

Edited by Satish Padiyar, The Courtauld Institute of Art, UK, Philip Shaw, University of Leicester, UK and Philippa Simpson, Victoria and Albert Museum, UK Individually and collectively, the essays in this cross-disciplinary collection explore the impact of the revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars on European visual culture, from the outbreak of the pan-European conflict with France in 1792 to the aftermath of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Through consideration of a range of media, from academic painting to prints, drawings and printed ephemera, this book offers fresh understanding of the rich variety of ways in which warfare was mediated in visual cultures in Britain and continental Europe. Routledge Market: Art History September 2016: 246x174: 252pp Hb: 978-1-472-44711-1: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472447111

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Local Contexts and Global Practices Edited by Tara Zanardi and Lynda Klich Series: Routledge Research in Art History Visual Typologies from the Early Modern to the Contemporary investigates the pictorial representation of types from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century. Originating in longstanding visual traditions, including street crier prints and costume albums, these images share certain conventions, as they seek to convey knowledge about different peoples. The genre of the type became widespread in the early modern period, developing into a global language of identity. The essays explore diverse pictorial representations of types, customs, and dress in numerous media, including paintings, prints, postcards, photographs, and garments. Routledge Market: Visual Culture July 2018: 246x174: 298pp Hb: 978-1-138-20013-5: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138200135

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Visual Culture in the Northern British Archipelago

Visualizing the Nineteenth-Century Home

Imagining Islands

Modern Art and the Decorative Impulse Edited by Ysanne Holt, Northumbria University, David Martin-Jones, University of Glasgow, UK and Owain Jones, Bath Spa University Series: British Art: Histories and Interpretations since 1700

This interdisciplinary edited collection explores ways in which islands in the north of England and Scotland have provided space for a variety of visual-cultural practices and forms of creative expression which have informed our understanding of the world. Simultaneously the essays reflect upon the importance of these islands as a space in which, and with which, to contemplate the pressures and the possibilities within contemporary society. This book makes a timely and original contribution to the developing field of island studies, and will be of interest to scholars studying issues of place, community and the peripheries. Routledge Market: Visual culture / film studies June 2018: 246x174: 206pp Hb: 978-0-815-37427-5: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780815374275

Edited by Anca I. Lasc The nineteenth century - the Era of the Interior - witnessed the steady displacement of art from the ceilings, walls, and floors of aristocratic and religious interiors to the everyday spaces of bourgeois households, subject to their own enhanced ornamentation. This volume addresses the double nature of the modern interior as both space and image, blurring the boundaries between arts and crafts, decoration and high art, two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, trompe-l'oeil effects and spatial practices. In so doing, it redefines the modern interior and its objects as essential components of modern art. Routledge Market: Art History May 2016: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-1-472-44963-4: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472449634

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Visual Cultures of Foundling Care in Renaissance Italy

Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy

The first to consider the visual culture of foundling hospitals in Renaissance Italy, this book focuses on four institutions in central Italy that possess significant surviving visual and archival material. This study draws on a range of fields and examines a wide variety of visual forms -including book illumination, altarpieces, fresco cycles, institutional insignia, processional standards, prints, and reliquaries - to elucidate the pivotal role played by visual culture in framing and promoting the charitable succor of foundlings. Routledge Market: Visual Studies December 2015: 246x174: 284pp Hb: 978-1-472-45765-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472457653

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From Sprezzatura to Satire Eugenia Paulicelli Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity

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The first comprehensive study on the role of Italian fashion and Italian literature, this book analyzes clothing and fashion as described and represented in literary texts and costume books in the Italy of the 16th and 17th centuries. Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy emphasizes the centrality of Italian literature and culture for understanding modern theories of fashion and gauging its impact in the shaping of codes of civility and taste in Europe and the West. Using literature to uncover what has been called the ’animatedness of clothing,’ author Eugenia Paulicelli explores the political meanings that clothing produces in public space. At the core of the book is the idea that the texts examined here act as maps that, first, pinpoint the establishment of fashion as a social institution of modernity; and, second, gauge the meaning of clothing at a personal and a political level. Routledge June 2014: 244 x 172: 278pp Hb: 978-1-472-41170-9: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472411709

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Art and Reform in the Late Renaissance

Artistic Visions of the Anthropocene North

After Trent

Climate Change and Nature in Art Edited by Jesse M. Locker, Portland State University Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Drawing on recent research by established and emerging scholars of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century art, this volume reconsiders the art and architecture produced after 1563 across the conventional geographic borders. Rather than considering this period a degraded afterword to Renaissance classicism or an inchoate proto-Baroque, the book seeks to understand the art on its own terms. As the first text to cover this formative period from an international perspective, this volume casts new light on the aftermath of the Renaissance and the beginnings of "Baroque."

Edited by Gry Hedin, Faaborg Museum and Ann-Sofie N. Gremaud, Copenhagen University, Denmark Series: Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies In the era of the Anthropocene, artists and scientists are facing a new paradigm in their attempts to map nature. These essays, which focus on art from 1800 to the present that engages with Nordic landscapes, argue that artists and scientists both examine the human impact on these landscapes as well as the difficulty of controlling nature. Scandinavian artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Eija-Liisa Athila, and Johan Thomas Lundbye are considered alongside artists from other regions such as Edward Burtynsky, Emma Powel, and Lawrence Weiner.

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Art, Awakening, and Modernity in the Middle East

Binding the Absent Body in Medieval and Modern Art

The Arab Nude Edited by Octavian Esanu, American University of Beirut Series: Routledge Research in Art History This edited scholarly volume offers a perspective on the history of the genre of the nude in the Middle East and includes contributions written by scholars from several disciplines (art history, history, anthropology). Each chapter provides a distinct perspective on the early days of the fine arts genre of the nude, as its author studies a particular aspect through analysis of artworks and historical documents from the late nineteenthand early twentieth-centuries. The volume examines a rich body of reproductions of both primary documents and of works of art made by Lebanese, Egyptian, Syrian artists or of anonymous book illustrations from the nineteenth century Ottoman erotic literature.

Abject, virtual, and alternate bodies Edited by Emily Kelley, Saginaw Valley State University, USA and Elizabeth Richards Rivenbark The absent body is represented in two distinct periods of art: medieval art using the absent body for religious reflection and contemporary art using the absent body from a secular perspective. In this collection, some essays deal broadly with the human condition, such as the abstract notion of the unity or separateness of the mind and body or a need to distance art from the physically idealized body as a comment on the less than ideal nature of contemporary humanity, while other examples deal specifically with a particular body, such as the body of Christ or the body of the artist.

Routledge Market: Art History November 2017: 246x174: 156pp Hb: 978-1-138-56383-4: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138563834

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Artistic Responses to Travel in the Western Tradition

Comparativism in Art History

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Edited by Jaś Elsner Series: Studies in Art Historiography

In an era when ease of travel is greater than ever, it is also easy to overlook the degree to which voyages of the body - and mind - have generated an outpouring of artistry and creativity throughout the ages. Exploration of new lands and sensations is a fundamental human experience. This volume in turn provides a stimulating and adventurous exploration of the theme of travel from an art-historical perspective. The scope of this volume is far-reaching both chronologically and conceptually, thereby appropriately documenting the universality of the theme to human experience.

Featuring some of the major voices in the world of art history, this volume explores the methodological aspects of comparison in the historiography of the discipline. The essays assess the strengths and weaknesses of the comparative practice in the history of art, and consider the larger issue of the place of the comparative in how art history may develop in the future.

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Early Modern Merchants as Collectors

Material Bernini

Edited by Christina M. Anderson, British Academy, UK Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity This book encourages the rethinking of collecting not as an elite, often aristocratic pursuit, but rather as a vital activity that has engaged many different groups within society. The essays included in this volume consider merchants not only as important collectors in their own right, as opposed to merely agents or middlemen, but also as innovators who determined taste. Through bringing together contributions on merchant collectors across a wide geographical spread, including England, The Netherlands, Venice, Moghul India, China and Japan, among other locations, it aims to challenge the often Eurocentric view of the study of collecting that has shaped the discipline to date. Routledge Market: Art History/Early Modern History December 2016: 246x174: 266pp Hb: 978-1-472-46982-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472469823

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Globalizing East European Art Histories Past and Present Edited by Beáta Hock, The Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe and Anu Allas, Kumu Art Museum Series: Routledge Research in Art History This edited collection reassesses East-Central European art by offering transnational perspectives on its regional or national histories, while also inserting the region into contemporary discussions of global issues. The contributors engage with empirically anchored and theoretically argued case studies from historical periods representing notable junctures of globalization: the early modern period, the age of Empires, the time of socialist rule and the global Cold War, and the most recent decades of post-socialism understood as a global condition. Routledge Market: Art History May 2018: 246x174: 220pp Hb: 978-1-138-05432-5: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138054325

Edited by Evonne Levy and Carolina Mangone Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Bringing together established and emerging specialists in seventeenth-century Italian sculpture, Material Bernini is the first sustained examination of the conspicuous materiality of Bernini’s sculpture, architecture and painting. The essays, several of which concern Bernini’s works in clay, demonstrate that material Bernini has always been tied (whether theologically, geologically, politically, or in terms of art theory) to his immaterial twin. Here immaterial Bernini and the historiography that sustains him, is finally confronted by material Bernini. Routledge Market: Visual Studies April 2016: 246x174: 248pp Hb: 978-1-472-45922-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472459220

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Monographic Exhibitions and the History of Art Edited by Maia Wellington Gahtan, Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici and Donatella Pegazzano, Università degli Studi di Firenze Series: Studies in Art Historiography This edited collection traces the impact of monographic exhibitions on the discipline of art history from the first examples in the late eighteenth century through the present. Roughly falling into three genres (retrospectives of living artists, retrospectives of recently deceased artists, and monographic exhibitions of Old Masters), specialists examine examples of each genre within their social, cultural, political, and economic contexts. Exhibitions covered include Nathaniel Hone’s 1775 exhibition, the Holbein Exhibition of 1871, the Courbet retrospective of 1882, Titian's 1935 exhibition in Venice, Pouissain's Louvre retrospective of 1960, and El Greco's anniversary exhibitions of 2014. Routledge Market: Art History March 2018: 246x174: 354pp Hb: 978-1-138-71248-5: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138712485

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Mary of Mercy in Medieval and Renaissance Italian Art

New York: Art and Cultural Capital of the Gilded Age

Devotional image and civic emblem Katherine T. Brown, Walsh University In this study, the author's primary goals are to explore the iconographic origins of the Madonna della Misericordia as a devotional image by identifying and analyzing key attributes; to consider circumstances for its eventual overlapping function as a secular symbol used by lay confraternities; and to discuss its diaspora throughout the Italian peninsula, Western Europe, and eastward into Russia and Ukraine. With over 100 illustrations, the book presents an array of works of art as examples, including altarpieces, frescoes, oil paintings, manuscript illuminations, metallurgy, glazed terra-cotta, stained glass, architectural relief sculpture, and processional banners. Routledge Market: Visual Studies November 2016: 246x174: 212pp Hb: 978-1-472-47650-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472476500

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Edited by Margaret R. Laster, Independent scholar and Chelsea Bruner, Ringling College of Art and Design Series: Routledge Research in Art History Fueled by a flourishing capitalist economy, undergirded by advancements in architectural design and urban infrastructure, and patronized by growing bourgeois and elite classes, New York’s built environment was dramatically transformed in the 1870s and 1880s. This book argues that this constituted the formative period of New York’s modernization and cosmopolitanism. The interdisciplinary essays in this book examine New York’s late nineteenth-century evolution not simply as a question of its physical layout, but also in terms of its radically new social composition, comprising the individuals, institutions, and organizations that played determining roles in the city’s cultural ascendancy. Routledge Market: Art History July 2018: 246x174: 226pp Hb: 978-1-138-49362-9: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138493629

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Peter Paul Rubens and the Counter-Reformation Crisis of the Beati moderni

Rome, Travel and the Sculpture Capital, c.1770–1825

Ruth S. Noyes Series: Sanctity in Global Perspective Focusing on the fate and meaning of the two altarpiece paintings commissioned by the Oratorians from Peter Paul Rubens, this study offers the first comparative study of Jesuit and Oratorian images of their respective would-be saints, and the controversy they ignited across Church hierarchies. It is also the first work to examine provocative Philippine imagery and demonstrate how its bold promotion specifically triggered the first wave of curial censure in 1602.

Edited by Tomas Macsotay Rome, Travel and the Sculpture Capital, c.1770-1825 is the first study to piece together the labyrinthine sculptors' world of Rome between 1770 and 1825. The volume sheds new light on the links connecting Neo-classicism, sculpture collecting, Enlightenment aesthetics, studio culture, and queer studies. The collection offers ideal introductory reading on sculpture and Rome around 1800, but its combination of provocative perspectives is sure to appeal to a readership interested in understanding a modernized Europe's overwhelmingly transnational desire for Neo-classical, Roman sculpture.

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Picturing the Lame in Italian Art from Antiquity to the Modern Era

Sebastiano del Piombo and the World of Spanish Rome

Livio Pestilli The presence of the orthopedically impaired body in art is so pervasive that, paradoxically, it has failed to attract the attention of most art historians. In this book, Livio Pestilli investigates the changing meaning that images of individuals with limited mobility acquired through the centuries. This study evinces that in opposition to the practice of classical artists, who manifested a lack of interest in the subject of lameness, their Early Christian counterparts depicted them profusely, as images of the miraculous healing of the lame became a reaussuring sign of acceptance and the promise of a more equitable existence in this life or the next. Routledge Market: Art History July 2016: 246x174: 182pp Hb: 978-1-472-46978-6: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472469786

Piers Baker-Bates Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Despite the status of Sebastiano del Piombo (c.1485-1547) as a significant figure of the High Renaissance—he was a close associate or rival of the central artistic figures of the period, notably Michelangelo and Raphael—no scholarly study in English has focused comprehensively on his life and times. This book re-appraises both the place of the artist in the canon of Renaissance art and the cultural worlds of Early Modern Italy and Spain in which he operated. Routledge Market: Art History August 2016: 246x174: 246pp Hb: 978-1-472-46602-0: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472466020

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Private Collecting, Exhibitions, and the Shaping of Art History in London

The Architecture of Percier and Fontaine and the Struggle for Sovereignty in Revolutionary France

The Burlington Fine Arts Club Stacey J. Pierson, SOAS, University of London Series: The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950 This book presents the history of a gentlemen’s club in London that was founded in 1866 for the purpose of exhibiting private art collections. It takes the main exhibition themes as a starting point to explore approaches to art, connoisseurship and display in a unique setting.

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Iris Moon As the official architects of Napoleon, Charles Percier (1764-1838) and Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine (1762-1853) designed interiors that responded to the radical ideologies and collective forms of destruction that took place during the French Revolution. Contributing fresh perspectives on the architecture, decorative arts, and visual culture of revolutionary France, this book explores how Percier and Fontaine’s desire to build structures of permanence and their inadvertent reliance upon temporary architectural forms shaped a new awareness of time, memory, and modern political identity in France. Routledge Market: Visual Studies November 2016: 246x174: 186pp Hb: 978-1-472-48016-3: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472480163

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The Design, Production and Reception of Eighteenth-Century Wallpaper in Britain

The Routledge Companion to Expressionism in a Transnational Context

Clare Taylor Series: The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950 Drawing on a wide range of little known examples of interior schemes and surviving wallpapers, together with unpublished evidence from archives including letters and bills, this book charts wallpaper’s evolution across the century from cheap textile imitation to innovative new decorative material.

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Edited by Isabel Wünsche, Jacobs University Bremen Series: Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions This book focuses on the transnational formation, dissemination, and transformation of Expressionism outside of the German-speaking world, in regions such as Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics and Scandinavia, Western and Southern Europe, North and Latin America, South Africa, and Japan, in the first half of the twentieth century. Comprising a series of essays by an international group of scholars in the fields of art history, literary and cultural studies, the volume addresses the intellectual discussions and cultural associations arising in the context of the Expressionist movement in the various art centers and cultural regions outside of Germany. Routledge Market: Art History August 2018: 246x174: 598pp Hb: 978-1-138-71255-3: £150.00 Special price: £127.50 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138712553

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The Enduring Legacy of Venetian Renaissance Art

The 'Small Landscape' Prints in Early Modern Netherlands

Edited by Andaleeb Badiee Banta Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Enduring Legacy of Venetian Renaissance Art investigates the historical resonance of Venetian sixteenth-century art and explores its afterlife and its reinvention by artists working in its shadow. In addition to analyzing the effects of individual artists on each other, this volume offers insight into the shifting characterizations and reception of Venice as a center for artistic innovation and inspiration throughout the early modern period, providing a nuanced and multifaceted view of the singular lagoon city and its indelible imprint on the history of art. Routledge Market: Art History April 2016: 246x174: 212pp Hb: 978-1-472-47277-9: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472472779

Alexandra Onuf, University of Hartford Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity This book offers the first comprehensive analysis of the significance of the Small Landscapes in early modern print culture. It charts a diachronic history of the series over the century it was in active circulation, from 1559 to the middle of the seventeenth century. Adopting the lifespan of the prints as the framework of the study, Alexandra Onuf analyzes the successive states of the plates and the changes to the series as a whole in order to reveal the shifting artistic and contextual valences of the images at their different moments and places of publication. Routledge Market: Art History December 2017: 246x174: 248pp Hb: 978-1-472-48894-7: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781472488947

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The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics

The Writings of James Barry and the Genre of History Painting, 1775–1809

Edited by Randy Martin, New York University, USA Series: Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics offers a thorough examination of the complex relationship between art and politics, and the many forms and approaches the engagement between them can take. The contributors - a diverse assembly of artists, activists, scholars from around the world – discuss and demonstrate ways of making art and politics legible and salient in the world. As such the 32 chapters in this volume reflect on performing and visual arts; music, film and new media; as well as covering social practice, community-based work, conceptual, interventionist and movement affiliated forms. Routledge Market: Art & Visual Culture January 2015: 246x174: 332pp Hb: 978-0-415-64510-2: £190.00 Special price: £161.50 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415645102

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Liam Lenihan Examining the literary career of the eighteenth-century Irish painter James Barry, 1741-1806 through an interdisciplinary methodology, The Writings of James Barry and the Genre of History Painting, 1775-1809 is the first full-length study of the artist’s writings. Liam Lenihan critically assesses the artist’s own aesthetic philosophy about painting and printmaking, and reveals the extent to which Barry wrestles with the significant stylistic transformations of the pre-eminent artistic genre of his age: history painting. Lenihan’s book delves into the connections between Barry’s writings and art, and the cultural and political issues that dominated the public sphere in London during the American and French Revolutions. Routledge January 2014: 234x156: 218pp Hb: 978-1-409-46752-6: £120.00 Special price: £102.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781409467526

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Thresholds and Boundaries Liminality in Netherlandish Art (1385-1530) Lynn F. Jacobs Series: Visual Culture in Early Modernity Building on anthropological interpretations of liminality, this book demonstrates how the exploration of boundaries in Netherlandish art infused works with greater meaning. Jacobs examines how visual thresholds within Netherlandish art become sites where artists can address relations between life and death, aristocrat and peasant, holy and profane, and man and God.

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Time in the History of Art Temporality, Chronology and Anachrony Edited by Dan Karlholm, Södertörn University and Keith Moxey, Columbia University Series: Studies in Art Historiography Addressed to students of the image--both art historians and students of visual studies--this book investigates the history and nature of time in a variety of different environments and media as well as the temporal potential of objects. Essays will analyze such topics as the disparities of power that privilege certain forms of temporality above others, the nature of temporal duration in different cultures, the time of materials, the creation of pictorial narrative, and the recognition of anachrony as a form of historical interpretation. Routledge Market: Art History May 2018: 246x174: 254pp Hb: 978-0-415-34744-0: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415347440

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Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art The Transcultural Icon C.A. Tsakiridou, La Salle University Series: Routledge Research in Art and Religion Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art approaches tradition and transculturality in religious art from an Orthodox perspective that defines tradition as a dynamic field of exchanges and synergies between iconographic types and their variants. Relying on a new ontology of iconographic types, it explores one of the most significant ascetical and eschatological Christian images, the King of Glory (Man of Sorrows). Themes include tensions between Byzantine and Latin spiritualities of penance and salvation, the participation of the body and gender in deification, and the theological plasticity of the Christian imaginary. Routledge Market: Art History August 2018: 246x174: 230pp Hb: 978-0-815-37418-3: £115.00 Special price: £98.00 * For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780815374183

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INDEX BY TITLE 'Small Landscape' Prints in Early Modern Netherlands, The ............................................................................................ 17

A Academy of San Carlos and Mexican Art History, The .............................................................................................. 3 American Women Artists, 1935-1970 .......................... 5 Animism and Shamanism in Twentieth-Century Art ................................................................................................ 5 Antonio II Badile Album of Drawings: The Origins of Collecting Drawings in Early Modern Northern Italy, The ............................................................................................ 11 Apostolic Iconography and Florentine Confraternities in the Age of Reform ............................................................ 9 Appropriated Photographs in French Surrealist Periodicals, 1924-1939 ....................................................... 5 Architecture of Percier and Fontaine and the Struggle for Sovereignty in Revolutionary France, The ............................................................................................ 16 Art and Reform in the Late Renaissance .................. 14 Art of Joaquín Torres-García, The .................................. 5 Art, Awakening, and Modernity in the Middle East ........................................................................................... 14 Art, Gender and Religious Devotion in Grand Ducal Tuscany ..................................................................................... 8 Artistic Responses to Travel in the Western Tradition ................................................................................ 14 Artistic Visions of the Anthropocene North ............. 14 Artwork of Gerhard Richter, The ..................................... 6

B Bible and the Printed Image in Early Modern England, The .............................................................................................. 8 Binding the Absent Body in Medieval and Modern Art ............................................................................................. 14

C Caricatures and Cartoons, 1890-1905: A History of the World (3-vol. ES set) ............................................................. 2 Comparativism in Art History ....................................... 14 Cult of St Clare of Assisi in Early Modern Italy, The .............................................................................................. 7 Cultural Mobility in the Interwar Avant-Garde Art Network .................................................................................... 9

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Gender, Piety, and Production in Fourteenth-Century English Apocalypse Manuscripts ................................... 7 Geneses of Postmodern Art .............................................. 9 Genre Imagery in Early Modern Northern Europe ....................................................................................... 9 Globalizing East European Art Histories ................... 15 Gordon Matta-Clark's Conical Intersect ................... 10

Heidegger and the Work of Art History ....................... 5

Rome, Travel and the Sculpture Capital, c.1770–1825 ......................................................................... 16 Routledge Companion to Art and Politics, The ............................................................................................ 17 Routledge Companion to Expressionism in a Transnational Context, The ........................................... 17 Routledge Companion to Medieval Iconography, The ............................................................................................ 12 Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education, The .................................................................... 12 Rubens, Velázquez, and the King of Spain .............. 11

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Is Paris Still the Capital of the Nineteenth Century? .................................................................................... 2

Sebastiano del Piombo and the World of Spanish Rome ....................................................................................... 16 Sir John Soane’s Influence on Architecture from 1791 ......................................................................................... 11 Société des Trois in the Nineteenth Century, The .............................................................................................. 3 St. Catherine of Alexandria in Renaissance Roman Art ................................................................................................ 8 Staging the Artist .................................................................. 3

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J James McNeill Whistler and France ........................... 10

L Locating American Art .................................................... 10 Louise Jopling ........................................................................ 2

M Mary of Mercy in Medieval and Renaissance Italian Art ............................................................................................. 15 Mass-Observation and Visual Culture ...................... 10 Material Bernini .................................................................. 15 Materializing Gender in Eighteenth-Century Europe ....................................................................................... 7 Max Klinger and Wilhelmine Culture ........................... 2 Max Liebermann ................................................................... 2 Monographic Exhibitions and the History of Art ............................................................................................. 15

N Natural Materials of the Holy Land and the Visual Translation of Place, 500-1500 ..................................... 10 New York: Art and Cultural Capital of the Gilded Age ........................................................................................... 15

O Orientalism, Eroticism and Modern Visuality in Global Cultures ..................................................................................... 2

Design and Visual Culture from the Bauhaus to Contemporary Art ................................................................ 9 Design, Production and Reception of Eighteenth-Century Wallpaper in Britain, The ............................................................................................ 17

E Early Modern Merchants as Collectors ..................... 15 Enduring Legacy of Venetian Renaissance Art, The ............................................................................................ 17

F Female Body Image in Contemporary Art ................. Female Portraiture and Patronage in Marie Antoinette's Court ................................................................ Festive Funerals in Early Modern Italy .......................... Framing the Ocean, 1700 to the Present .................... Francesca Woodman's Dark Gaze ................................

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P Painting and Narrative in France, from Poussin to Gauguin ................................................................................. 10 Perspectives on Degas ........................................................ 3 Peter Paul Rubens and the Counter-Reformation Crisis of the Beati moderni ......................................................... 16 Picturing the Lame in Italian Art from Antiquity to the Modern Era ........................................................................... 16 Portraiture and Critical Reflections on Being .......... 11 Private Collecting, Exhibitions, and the Shaping of Art History in London ............................................................... 16

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T Textiles, Fashion, and Design Reform in Austria-Hungary Before the First World War ............ 3 Thresholds and Boundaries ........................................... 18 Time in the History of Art ................................................ 18 Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art ............................................................................................. 18

U Unfinished Exhibition, The ................................................ 3

V Victorian Perceptions of Renaissance Architecture ............................................................................. 4 Vincenzo Scamozzi and the Chorography of Early Modern Architecture ......................................................... 12 Visual Culture and Gender ............................................. 12 Visual Culture and Mathematics in the Early Modern Period ...................................................................................... 12 Visual Culture and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars ......................................................................................... 13 Visual Culture in the Northern British Archipelago .......................................................................... 13 Visual Culture of Violence After the French Revolution, The ............................................................................................ 12 Visual Cultures of Foundling Care in Renaissance Italy ........................................................................................... 13 Visual Propaganda, Exhibitions, and the Spanish Civil War ............................................................................................. 6 Visual Typologies from the Early Modern to the Contemporary ..................................................................... 13 Visualizing the Nineteenth-Century Home ............. 13

W Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy ....................... 13 Writings of James Barry and the Genre of History Painting, 1775–1809, The ............................................... 17

Radical Marble .................................................................... 11 Raymond Jonson and the Spiritual in Modernist and Abstract Painting .................................................................. 8 Renaissance Porticoes and Painted Pergolas .................................................................................. 11

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Lippert, Sarah J. ................................................................... 14 Locker, Jesse M. ................................................................... 14

Alexander-Skipnes, Ingrid ............................................ 12 Altintzoglou, Euripides ................................................... 11 Anderson, Christina M. ................................................... 15 Ansted, Darryn ....................................................................... 6

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B Baker-Bates, Piers ............................................................... 16 Banta, Andaleeb Badiee ................................................ 17 Bartal, Renana ......................................................................... 7 Bartal, Renana ...................................................................... 10 Basilio, Miriam M. .................................................................. 6 Berry, Melissa ........................................................................... 3 Boetzkes, Amanda ............................................................... 5 Borys, Ann Marie ................................................................ 12 Bradbury, Oliver .................................................................. 11 Brown, Katherine T. ........................................................... 15 Brown, Kathryn ....................................................................... 3 Burfoot, Annette ................................................................. 12

N Napoli, J. Nicholas .............................................................. 11 Newman, Emily L. ................................................................. 7 Nonaka, Natsumi ................................................................ 11 Noyes, Ruth S. ...................................................................... 16

O Onuf, Alexandra .................................................................. 17

C Clayson, Hollis ......................................................................... 2 Cooke, Peter .......................................................................... 10 Crowther, Paul ........................................................................ 9 Curzon, Lucy D. ................................................................... 10 Cusack, Tricia ........................................................................... 9

D Debby, Nirit Ben-Aryeh ..................................................... DelPlato, Joan ......................................................................... Deshmukh, Marion F. ......................................................... DiFuria, Arthur J. .................................................................... Dow, Douglas N. ...................................................................

Macsotay, Tomas ............................................................... 16 Martin, Randy ....................................................................... 17 Montfort, Patricia de ........................................................... 2 Moon, Iris ................................................................................ 16 Moran, Claire ........................................................................... 3 Morton, Marsha ..................................................................... 2 Muir, Peter .............................................................................. 10

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E Elsner, Jaś ................................................................................ 14 Esanu, Octavian .................................................................. 14

F Firestone, Evan R. .................................................................. 5 Fleming, Mike ....................................................................... 12 Fowler, Cynthia ................................................................... 10

G Gahtan, Maia Wellington .............................................. 15 Gaudio, Michael ..................................................................... 8 Georgievska-Shine, Aneta ............................................ 11 Germann, Jennifer G. .......................................................... 7 Gold, Susanna W. .................................................................. 3 Grant, Sarah .............................................................................. 7 Graybill, Lela .......................................................................... 12

H Hartel, Jr., Herbert R. ............................................................ 8 Hedin, Gry ............................................................................... 14 Hernandez-Duran, Ray ...................................................... 3 Hock, Beáta ............................................................................ 15 Holt, Ysanne .......................................................................... 13 Hourihane, Colum ............................................................. 12 Houze, Rebecca ..................................................................... 3

P Padiyar, Satish ...................................................................... Paulicelli, Eugenia .............................................................. Pestilli, Livio ........................................................................... Pierson, Stacey J. ................................................................ Presciutti, Diana Bullen ..................................................

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R Raymond, Claire .................................................................... 5 Rommens, Aarnoud ............................................................ 5

S Sanger, Alice E. ....................................................................... 8 Schraven, Minou ................................................................... 8 Singletary, Suzanne .......................................................... 10 Steer, Linda ............................................................................... 5 Stollhans, Cynthia ................................................................. 8

T Taylor, Clare ........................................................................... 17 Tsakiridou, C.A. .................................................................... 18 Tóth, Edit .................................................................................... 9

W Wenderski, Michał ................................................................ 9 Wheeler, Katherine .............................................................. 4 Wünsche, Isabel .................................................................. 17

Y Yorimitsu Hashimoto, ....................................................... 2

Z Zanardi, Tara ......................................................................... 13

J Jacobs, Lynn F. ..................................................................... 18

K Karet, Evelyn .......................................................................... 11 Karlholm, Dan ...................................................................... 18 Kelley, Emily ........................................................................... 14

L Langa, Helen ............................................................................ 5 Lasc, Anca I. ........................................................................... 13 Laster, Margaret R. ............................................................. 15 Lenihan, Liam ....................................................................... 17 Levy, Evonne ........................................................................ 15

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