Issues

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.

 

Art History

September 2023

Including essays on Nigel Henderson, Silvia Kolbowski, Philip James de Loutherbourg, and Lionel Wendt

Art History

June 2023

Including essays on Ruth Asawa, Evelyn De Morgan, Alexander Edouart, and Niklaus Manuel Deutsch

Art History

April 2023

Including essays on Yüksel Arslan, Lavinia Fontana, Matthias Grünewald, and Ilia Repin

Art History

February 2023

Including essays on Rosa Bonheur, Candace Hill-Montgomery, and Albert Renger-Patzsch

Art History

November 2022

A special issue that critically revisits the often-overlooked institutional circulations of art and art professionals, exhibitions, and other forms of cultural production within the Communist sphere from the late 1940s to its peak in the early 1960s during de-Stalinization, and eventual departure by the 1980s from the international ambitions of a ‘socialist’ globalism

Art History

September 2022

Including essays on David Alfaro Siqueiros, Colesworthy Grant, Iqbal Geoffrey, and Cecil Beaton

Art History

June 2022

A special issue that seeks to think through the pressures placed on British art since the mid-nineteenth century as a national category of enquiry in the wake of unstable definitions of post-colonialism, neo-colonialism, globalization and the decolonial

Art History

April 2022

Including essays on Wu Daozi, Cristóbal de Villalpando, Charles Ray, Édouard Manet, George Gabb, and Fra Angelico

Art History

February 2022

Including essays on Sonia Delauney, Alberto Giacometti, and Dorothea Tanning

Art History

November 2021

Including essays on John Singleton Copley, Gilbert and George, Mladen Stilinović, and Velázquez