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The Lives of the Artists (Bellori)

The Lives of the Modern Painters, Sculptors, and Architects or Le vite de pittori, scultori et architetti moderni is a series of artist biographies written by Gian Pietro Bellori, whom Julius von Schlosser called "the most important historiograph ...

                                               

Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects

The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, also known as The Lives, is a series of artist biographies written by 16th-century Italian painter and architect Giorgio Vasari, which is considered "perhaps the most famous, an ...

                                               

The Lost Painting

The Lost Painting: The Quest for a Caravaggio Masterpiece is a non-fiction book by the author of A Civil Action, Jonathan Harr. The book traces the recent discovery of a Caravaggio painting, by comparing two copies of the painting and trying to f ...

                                               

The Magic Pen of Joseph Clement Coll

The Magic Pen of Joseph Clement Coll is a study of American illustrator Joseph Clement Coll by Walt Reed. It was first published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in 1978 in an edition of 750 copies, all of which were numbered and signed by the ...

                                               

Mainstreams of Modern Art

Mainstreams of Modern Art: David to Picasso is a reference book by John Canaday. It comprehensively covers modern art from the start of Romanticism in the 18th century to Cubism and Abstract art in the early 20th century. Mainstreams enjoyed wide ...

                                               

Manifestoes of Surrealism

Manifestoes of Surrealism is a book by Andre Breton, describing the aims, meaning, and political position of the Surrealist movement. It was published in 1969 by the University of Michigan press.

                                               

Modern Painters

Modern Painters is a five-volume work by the eminent Victorian art critic, John Ruskin, begun when he was 24 years old. Ruskin argues that recent painters emerging from the tradition of the picturesque are superior in the art of landscape to the ...

                                               

National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue

The Collections of the National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue is a project of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, to publish a comprehensive catalogue of the paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts in the gallerys collection. The pro ...

                                               

Outstanding theses from the Courtauld Institute of Art

Outstanding theses from the Courtauld Institute of Art is a book series published by Garland of New York between 1984 and 1986 that reprinted outstanding PhD theses from the Courtauld Institute of Art that would otherwise have remained unpublishe ...

                                               

Oxford History of Art

The Oxford History of Art is a monographic series about the history of art, design and architecture published by Oxford University Press. It combines volumes covering specific periods with thematic volumes. The history is divided into histories o ...

                                               

Paintings of Abanindranath Tagore

Paintings of Abanindranath Tagore is a book on Abanindranath Tagores paintings by art historian R. Siva Kumar. It is widely considered as a landmark book in the Indian art scene that brings together a large corpus of Abanindranaths work for the f ...

                                               

Picasso & Lump

Picasso & Lump: A Dachshunds Odyssey is a 2006 book by David Douglas Duncan that features professional photographs of Pablo Picasso and his dachshund, Lump. The book, published by Thames & Hudson Ltd, gives an insight into Picassos later life, an ...

                                               

Rabindra Chitravali

Rabindra Chitravali is a 2011 four-volume set of books by art historian R. Siva Kumar that contains paintings of Rabindranth Tagore. These include about 1700 paintings in the Rabindra Bhavana and Kala Bhavana collections of Visva-Bharati, Santini ...

                                               

Ramachandran: A Retrospective

A Ramachandran: A Retrospective, is a two-volume book by Indian art historian R. Siva Kumar. It is a study of the life and works of artist A. Ramachandran. It has more than 500 reproductions and a selection of rare, historical photographs. Select ...

                                               

Ramkinkar Baij (book)

Ramkinar Baij is a book by R. Siva Kumar that was brought out on the occasion of a massive retrospective exhibition of Ram Kinker Baij at the National Gallery of Modern Art. The exhibition was curated by K.S. Radhakrishnan and the book was brough ...

                                               

Real Spaces

Real Spaces: World Art History and the Rise of Western Modernism is a non-fiction book by art historian David Summers, who aims to reconcile Western art history to artistic cultural production around the world from all time periods. In the book, ...

                                               

Roger de Piles' artists from France

Roger de Piless LAbrege de la vie des peintres.avec un traite du peintre parfait, was a major art biography of painters. It was written by the French spy Roger de Piles. In 1692, during the War of the League of Augsburg, he was arrested in the Ha ...

                                               

Roger de Piles' artists from Germany and the Low Countries

Roger de Piless LAbrege de la vie des peintres.avec un traite du peintre parfait, was a major art biography of painters. It was written by the French spy Roger de Piles. In 1692, during the War of the League of Augsburg, he was arrested in the Ha ...

                                               

Roger de Piles' artists from Lombardy

Roger de Piless LAbrege de la vie des peintres.avec un traite du peintre parfait, was a major art biography of painters. It was written by the French spy Roger de Piles. In 1692, during the War of the League of Augsburg, he was arrested in the Ha ...

                                               

Schilder-boeck

Het Schilder-Boeck or Schilderboek is a book written by the Flemish writer and painter Karel van Mander first published in 1604 in Haarlem in the Dutch Republic, where van Mander resided. The book is written in 17th century Dutch and its title is ...

                                               

Sensibility Objectified

Sensibility Objectified: The Sculptures of Sarbari Roy Choudhury is a book by R. Siva Kumar that discusses the life and sculptures of Sarbari Roy Choudhury. According to R. Siva kumar the sculptural sensibility of Sarbari Roy Choudhury, represent ...

                                               

Sexual Personae

Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson is a 1990 work about sexual decadence in Western literature and the visual arts by scholar Camille Paglia, in which the author addresses major artists and writers such as Donate ...

                                               

The Shape of Time

The Shape of Time: Remarks on the History of Things is a short book by George Kubler, published in 1962 by Yale University Press. It presents an approach to historical change which challenges the notion of style by placing the history of objects ...

                                               

Simon Schama's Power of Art

Power of Art is a BBC documentary series written and presented by Simon Schama. The series was broadcast in October and November 2006 on BBC2. It aired in Poland on TVP2 in February and March 2008, on PBS in the US and re -broadcast in September ...

                                               

Stealing the Mystic Lamb

Stealing the Mystic Lamb is the title of a non-fiction book by art historian Noah Charney. The full title of the book is Stealing the Mystic Lamb: The True Story of the World’s Most Coveted Masterpiece. The book was published in 2010 by PublicAff ...

                                               

Stilfragen

Stilfragen: Grundlegungen zu einer Geschichte der Ornamentik is a book on the history of ornament by the Austrian art historian Alois Riegl. It was published in Berlin in 1893. The English translation renders the title as Problems of style: found ...

                                               

The Stones of Venice (book)

For the 2001 Doctor Who audio story, see The Stones of Venice The Stones of Venice is a three-volume treatise on Venetian art and architecture by English art historian John Ruskin, first published from 1851 to 1853. The Stones of Venice examines ...

                                               

Teutsche Academie

The German Academy of the Noble Arts of Architecture, Sculpture and Painting, or Teutsche Academie, refers to a comprehensive dictionary of art by Joachim von Sandrart published in the late 17th century. The first version was published in 1675 an ...

                                               

This is Modern Art

The series won several awards including a BAFTA. It became popular both because of its sometimes jokey and sometimes thoughtful explanations of the work and attitude of a new wave of artists that had recently been publicized in the British mass m ...

                                               

Ways of Seeing

Ways of Seeing is a 1972 television series of 30-minute films created chiefly by writer John Berger and producer Mike Dibb. It was broadcast on BBC Two in January 1972 and adapted into a book of the same name. The series was intended as a respons ...

                                               

What is a Masterpiece?

What is a Masterpiece? is a 1979 non-fiction book by British historian Kenneth Clark. It is a transcribed version of the Walter Neurath memorial lectures given by Clark. The work, initially released on 1 January 1979, received a Thames & Hudson r ...

                                               

White Heat Cold Logic

White Heat Cold Logic, edited by Paul Brown, Charlie Gere, Nicholas Lambert, and Catherine Mason, is a book about the history of British computer art during 1960–1980.

                                               

Women Readers in French Painting 1870–1890

Women Readers in French Painting 1870–1890 is a 2012 book by Kathryn Brown, in which the author deals with the depiction of reading women in French art of the early Third Republic.

                                               

World of Art

For the Russian World of Art movement see Mir iskusstva World of Art is a long established series of art books from the publisher Thames & Hudson, now comprising over 150 titles. Perhaps the most classic book in the series is A Concise History of ...

                                               

Xiqing Gujian

The Xiqing Gujian is a 40-volume catalogue of Chinese ritual bronzes in the collection of the Qianlong Emperor of the Qing dynasty. It was compiled from 1749 to 1755 and documents 1529 bronze artefacts in the imperial collection. Each entry conta ...

                                               

American Art Review

American Art Review is an art magazine founded and edited by Thomas R. Kellaway who published the magazine from September 1973 until November 1978. In the summer of 1992 he revived the magazine, which is published to this day. It is published on ...

                                               

Apollo (magazine)

Apollo was founded in 1925, in London. The contemporary Apollo features a mixture of reviews, art-world news and scholarly articles. It has been described as "The International Magazine for Collectors". Apollo is owned by the Barclay brothers thr ...

                                               

Art History (journal)

Art History, journal of the Association for Art History, is an international forum for peer-reviewed scholarship and innovative research. Founded in 1978, the journal publishes essays, critical reviews, and special issues that engage with path-br ...

                                               

Art Journal (College Art Association journal)

Art Journal, established in New York City in 1941, is a publication of the College Art Association of America. As a peer-reviewed, professionally moderated scholarly journal, its concentrations include: art practice, art production, art making, a ...

                                               

Artibus Asiae

Artibus Asiae is a biannual academic journal specialising in the arts and archaeology of Asia. Along with the Ostasiatische Zeitschrift it was one of the most successful journals in its field in the German-speaking part of Europe. The first numbe ...

                                               

Artibus et Historiae

Artibus et Historiae is a semi-annual publication of art historical research published by IRSA since 1980. It is a scholarly peer review journal embracing a broad range of topics within the field of art history; however, it aims to address interd ...

                                               

Baltic Journal of Art History

The Baltic Journal of Art History is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering art history of the Baltic countries. It is published by the University of Tartu Press on behalf of the Institute of History and Archeology and the editor-in-c ...

                                               

Bijutsu Kenkyū

Bijutsu Kenkyū is a triannual academic journal of art history, with a particular focus upon Japanese art. The journal is published in Japanese, with summaries in English, by the Tokyo Research Institute for Cultural Properties. The publication is ...

                                               

Bijutsu-shi

Bijutsu-shi is a biannual academic journal of art history, with a particular focus upon Japanese art. It is published in Japanese with summaries in English by The Japan Art History Society. The publication is also known as The Journal of the Japa ...

                                               

The British Art Journal

The publication was launched on 1 July 1999 at a reception held at the Thomas Coram Foundation which became the Foundling Museum in London. Two issues were published in the initial year. Since then, three issues have been published each year. The ...

                                               

The Burlington Magazine

The Burlington Magazine is a monthly publication that covers the fine and decorative arts of all periods. Established in 1903, it is the longest running art journal in the English language. It has been published by a charitable organisation since ...

                                               

Early Popular Visual Culture

Early Popular Visual Culture is a peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly by Routledge, which focuses on the study of the visual arts prior to 1930.

                                               

Fornvannen

Fornvannen is a Swedish academic journal in the fields of archaeology and Medieval art. It is published quarterly by the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities in Stockholm, Sweden. The journals contributions are written in the ...

                                               

Gesta (journal)

Gesta is a peer-reviewed academic journal in the area of medieval art. It was established in 1963 and is published by the University of Chicago Press. The editors-in-chief are Diane J. Reilly and Susan L. Boynton.

                                               

History of Photography (journal)

History of Photography is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the history of photography and published by Taylor & Francis. The editor-in-chief is Luke Gartlan. The journal is abstracted and indexed in America: History and Life, A ...