Published both in print and online five times a year, 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-breaking new developments and critical debate in current art-historical practice. The leading journal in its field, it brings scholarly excellence and rigorous research to a global audience.
Including articles on Giorgio Vasari, John Singer Sargent, and Elizabeth Price, and reviews on publications about ornament, exhibition cultures, and indigenous art.
Including articles on Filipp Maliavin, Aleksandr Rodchenko, and Dan Graham, and reviews on publications about twentieth-century German print culture, African American art, and eighteenth-century art and medicine.
Including articles on Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Hans Arp, Roy Lichtenstein, and James Welling, and reviews on publications about eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British print culture, early modern fashion and textiles, and Islamic calligraphy.
Including articles on early-modern Africa, post-Revolutionary France, nineteenth-century Russia, and late-1960s Cuba, and reviews on publications about China, and 1950s Britain
Including articles on Jan van Eyck, Otto Dix, Edward Hopper and Chantal Akerman, and reviews on publications about Australia, Japan, Seville and Naples
A special issue on the theme of art and embodiment, this collection of essays considers the phenomenological and affective capacities of diverse objects and media from classical antiquity
Including articles on fifteenth-century Portugal, early modern Venice, and eighteenth-century France, and reviews on publications about twentieth-century China and Spain
Including articles on Thomas Bewick, Seurat, Picasso, and Charles Henri Ford, and reviews on publications about Anne Truitt, and Raphael
Including articles on Pontormo, Eugene von Guérard, Le Corbusier and Louis Soutter, Jay DeFeo, and Juan Muñoz, and reviews on publications about Art & Language, and Arthur Dove
A special issue on the theme of image and memory, to mark the fortieth volume of the journal, this disciplinary reflection features contributions by past editors of Art History