The Art Bulletin

The Art Bulletin publishes scholarship in all aspects of art history as practiced in the academy, museums, and other institutions. The Art Bulletin publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles and reviews in the area of art history.

Articles from Vol. 80, No. 1, March

Creating Desastres: Andrieu's Photographs of Urban Ruins in the Paris of 1871
War has its conventions; so, too, does war imagery. The photographs made by a dozen or so French photographers during and, mostly, after the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 and the Paris Commune of 1871 focus on the architectural ruins in Paris left in...
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Editorial Note
Long-time readers of the Art Bulletin will have noticed that recent editors have attempted to give the journal a sense of immediacy without jettisoning its familiar look, one that our readers seem to expect. The brilliant cover colors of the last three...
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Encyclopedia of Women in Religious Art / Boccaccio's 'Des Cleres et Nobles Femmes': Systems of Signification in an Illuminated Manuscript / Nuns as Artists: The Visual Culture of a Medieval Convent / Women, Art and Spirituality: The Poor Clares of Early Modern Italy
DIANE APOSTOLOS-CAPPADONA Encyclopedia of Women in Religious Art New York: Continuum, 1996, 442 pp.; 101 b/w ills. $44.50 BRIGITTE BUETTNER Boccaccio's Des cleres et nobles femmes': Systems of Signification in an Illuminated Manuscript New York: College...
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The Beautiful, Novel, and Strange. Aesthetics and Heterodoxy / Edmund Burke. A Life in Caricature / Honore Daumier
RONALD PAULSON The Beautiful, Novel, and Strange. Aesthetics and Heterodoxy Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996, 413 pp.; 39 b/w ills. $39.95 NICHOLAS K. ROBINSON Edmund Burke. A Life in Caricature New Haven and London: Yale...
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