Art History and Its Institutions: Foundations of a Discipline

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INDEX

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Aarsleff, Hans 96
Aboriginal art 101 , 109
Absolute Artist, The (Soussloff) 262
Abstract Expressionism (US) 13
Académie Française 217
Acanthe, New Town, Australia 102
Adams, Charlotte 274 , 282
Adelaide, Australia 100 , 103 ;
National Gallery of South Australia 106 ;
Public Library 106 ;
Society of Arts 104
Adelaide Museum103
Adorno, Theodor 158
aestheticism 20
Aesthetics (Hegel) 220
Africa 5
African American art history 283 -94
African art 132 -45;
“magical power” of 139 -40
African Art: The deHavenon Collection132
African Methodist Episcopal Church 283
African Negro Art (exhibition) 137 -8
Albert, Prince 41
Alexandria 47 , 48
Alinari brothers 247 , 248 , 254
All the World Going to the Crystal Palace (Cruikshank) 42
Alperton, Matty 135
alterity 198
Altes Museum (Schinkel) 58 , 62 -3
Althusser, Louis 3 , 12 , 15 - 16
“Alunno di Domenico” (Berenson) 235
AME Church Review283
American Art Review271
American Civil War 7
American Negro Academy 7 , 286
Amsterdam 280
Ancient and Modern Artists (Blanc) 267
Anderson, Professor Jaynie 108 , 109
Andre, Carl, “Zinc-Magnesium Plain” 138
Andrea del Castagno 243n
Andreae, Johann Valentin 47 , 48 , 60
Angas, George French 103
Angiviller, Count d' 50 , 56
“Anterior View of the Body” (Vesalius) 206
Antonio da Sangallo 81n
Antwerp, Rubenianum research institute 155
Apollo Belvedere33
Arcades Project (Passagenwerk) (Benjamin) 4 , 16 , 18 , 24 , 29
Arcadian Shepherds, The (Poussin) 118 -20
Aristotle 48 , 202 , 204 , 205 , 207
Arnolfini Marriage, The (Van Eyck) 115
Art of Art History, The (Preziosi) 260
Art Association of Australia 109
Art Bulletin, The127
Art of Collecting African Art, The (exhibition) 135
Art, Exchange, The271
Art and Illusion (Gombrich) 122 -3
Art Interchange, The271
“Art and Life” (Fry) 15
art market 158 -9
art morphology 22 -3
Art of Painting, The (Vermeer) 156 , 255
Art Photography movement 7 - 8 , 296 , 299 - 309
Art Review, The274 , 279 , 281 , 282
Artistes Célèbres, Les170 , 171
Artistic Photography (Die künstlerischePhotographie) (Schiendl) 297 , 298
Artists of My Time, The (Blanc) 266 , 268
Artois, Charles-Philippe, Comte d' 150
“Artworld, The” (Danto) 123 -4

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