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2021

  • Language, Body, World: The Art of Hans Bellmer

    Natalie Dupêcher

    Language, Body, World: The Art of Hans Bellmer

  • Local Color: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Paintings of Spain

    Madeleine Haddon

    Local Color: Race, Gender and Spanishness in French and Spanish Painting, 1855–1927

  • A “Sublime Art”: Akinola Lasekan and Colonial Modernism in Nigeria

    Perrin Lathrop

    A Sublime Art: Akinola Lasekan and Colonial Modernism in Nigeria

  • Second-Order Images: Reflexive Strategies in Early Latin American Video Art

    Benjamin Murphy

    Fieldwork: Problems of Observation in Latin American Video

  • William Rimmer: Teaching Art

    Lucy Partman

    The Figure and Figuration in Nineteenth-Century American Painting

  • Painting Machines: Martin Kippenberger, Michael Krebber, Oswald Wiener and the Cybernetics of Living Media

    Jakob Schillinger

    The Improvement of Contemporary Art From Information Aesthetics to Post-Conceptual Painting

  • Margin, Surface, Depth: Picturing the Contours of the Marine in Nineteenth-Century America

    Kimia Shahi

    Margin, Surface, Depth: Picturing the Contours of the Marine in Nineteenth-Century America

  • Early Russian Art, 14th–16th Centuries: A Study in Moods

    Justin Willson

    The Moods of Early Russian Art: A Belated Chapter of Byzantine Aesthetics

2020

  • ÁUDIO-VISUAL: The Slide as Medium In Brazilian Art

    Sonia de Laforcade

    ÁUDIO-VISUAL:  The Slide as Medium In Brazilian Art

  • The Throne from the Grassfields: History, Gifts, and Authenticity in the Bamum Kingdom, 1880-1929

    Jonathan Fine

    The Throne from the Grassfields: History, Gifts, and Authenticity in the Bamum Kingdom, 1880-1929

  • Byzantium not Forgotten: Constructing the Artistic and Cultural Legacy of an Empire between East and West in the Early Modern Period

    Emily L. Spratt

    Byzantium not Forgotten: Constructing the Artistic and Cultural Legacy of an Empire between East and West in the Early Modern Period

2019

  • Leonardo and The Borgias

    Rebecca Ben

    Leonardo and The Borgias

  • The Art of Confessionalism: Picturing Lutheran, Reformed, and Catholic Faith in Northwest Germany, 1580–1618

    Holly Borham

    The Art of Confessionalism: Picturing Lutheran, Reformed, and Catholic Faith in Northwest Germany, 1580–1618

  • Bronze Cultures in the Middle Yangtze River Valley (C. 1500–1000 BCE)

    Yecheng Cao

    Bronze Cultures in the Middle Yangtze River Valley (C. 1500–1000 BCE)

  • XUL Solar and the Argentinian Avant-Garde: Language, Body, Technology, Sociability

    Sabrina Carletti

    XUL Solar and the Argentinian Avant-Garde: Language, Body, Technology, Sociability

  • Naturing the Nation: Art and Design in India, 1870s–1970s

    Sria Chatterjee

    Naturing the Nation: Art and Design in India, 1870s–1970s

  • Un Roi, Une Loi, Une Foi”: Henri IV and The Portrait of the King

    Jamie Kwan

    Un Roi, Une Loi, Une Foi”: Henri IV and The Portrait of the King

  • The Micromosaic of the Man of Sorrows at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme in Rome

    John Lansdowne

    The Micromosaic of the Man of Sorrows at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme in Rome

  • Hyperborean Baroque: David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl (1628–98) and The Rhetoric of Style

    Kjell Wangensteen

    Hyperborean Baroque: David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl (1628–98) and The Rhetoric of Style

2018

  • The Country Under the City: The Symbolic Topography of the Rustic Past in Late Republican and Early Imperial Rome

    Nicole Brown

    The Country Under the City: The Symbolic Topography of the Rustic Past in Late Republican and Early Imperial Rome

  • Bernhard Pankok and Design Reform in Germany, 1895–1914

    Peter Fox

    Bernhard Pankok and Design Reform in Germany, 1895–1914

  • Precisionism in the Long 1920s

    Ashley Lazevnick

    Precisionism in the Long 1920s

  • Figures and Things: Charles Demuth, 1907–1935

    Abra Levenson

    Figures and Things: Charles Demuth, 1907–1935

  • The Persistent Past: Refoundations in Sicily and Magna Graecia in the 5th and 4th Centuries BCE

    Leigh Anne Lieberman

    The Persistent Past: Refoundations in Sicily and Magna Graecia in the 5th and 4th Centuries BCE

  • Seeing Plus: The Photography of Group f.64

    Ellen Macfarlane

    Seeing Plus: The Photography of Group f.64

  • Karl Blossfeldt: Variations a Study in Image Replication

    Ulrike Meyer-Stump

    Karl Blossfeldt: Variations a Study in Image Replication

  • The Lost-Wax Casting in Bronze Age China: Art, Technology, and Social Agency

    Peng Peng

    The Lost-Wax Casting in Bronze Age China: Art, Technology, and Social Agency

  • The Bishop, His House, and His Church-Early Medieval Episcopal Complexes in Italia Annonaria (300–600 CE)

    Jaqueline Sturm

    The Bishop, His House, and His Church-Early Medieval Episcopal Complexes in Italia Annonaria (300–600 CE)

2017

  • Juxtaposing Brushes: Painting Collaborations in Early Modern Japan

    Wai Yee Chiong

    Juxtaposing Brushes: Painting Collaborations in Early Modern Japan

  • "Ein Liebhaber aller freyen khünst": Bonifaz Wolmut and the Architecture of the European Renaissance

    Sarah Lynch

    "Ein Liebhaber aller freyen khünst": Bonifaz Wolmut and the Architecture of the European Renaissance

  • Properties of Word and Image: Mou Yi's 1240 Fulling Cloth Handscroll

    Amy C. Riggs

    Properties of Word and Image: Mou Yi's 1240 Fulling Cloth Handscroll

  • At the Threshold of the Heavens: The Narthex and Adjacent Spaces in Middle Byzantine Churches of Mount Athos (10th–11th Centuries)—Architecture, Function, and Meaning

    Nebojša Stanković

    At the Threshold of the Heavens: The Narthex and Adjacent Spaces in Middle Byzantine Churches of Mount Athos (10th–11th Centuries)—Architecture, Function, and Meaning

  • Afro-Brazilian Architecture in Southwest Colonial Nigeria (1890s–1940s)

    Adedoyin Teriba

    Afro-Brazilian Architecture in Southwest Colonial Nigeria (1890s–1940s)

2016

  • Picturing the Afterlife: The Shōjūraigōji Six Paths Scrolls and Salvation in Medieval Japan

    Miriam Chusid

    Picturing the Afterlife: The Shōjūraigōji Six Paths Scrolls and Salvation in Medieval Japan

  • A Rule Without Measure: Michelangelo Buonarroti’s Afterlife in French Painting 1814–1837

    Allan Doyle

    A Rule Without Measure: Michelangelo Buonarroti’s Afterlife in French Painting 1814–1837

  • Media and the Politics of Satire in the Art of Honoré Daumier

    Erin Duncan-O'Neill

    Media and the Politics of Satire in the Art of Honoré Daumier

  • Moscow Conceptualism and ‘Shimmering’: Authority, Anarchism, and Space

    Daniil Leiderman

    Moscow Conceptualism and ‘Shimmering’: Authority, Anarchism, and Space

  • Flanders Abroad: The Flemish Artistic Presence in 17th-Century Madrid

    Abigail D. Newman

    Flanders Abroad: The Flemish Artistic Presence in 17th-Century Madrid 

  • Building Faith: Ethiopian Art and Architecture During the Jesuit Interlude, 1557–1632

    Kristen Windmuller-Luna

    Building Faith: Ethiopian Art and Architecture During the Jesuit Interlude, 1557–1632

2015

  • The Disposition of Persons: Conventions of Pose and the Modernization of Figural Art, 1886–1912

    Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen

    The Disposition of Persons: Conventions of Pose and the Modernization of Figural Art, 1886–1912

  • Tunisia, 1940–1970: The Spatial Politics of Reconstruction, Decolonization, and Development

    Nancy Demerdash

    Tunisia, 1940–1970: The Spatial Politics of Reconstruction, Decolonization, and Development

  • Qian Du (1763–1844) and the Senses In Early Nineteenth-Century Chinese Literati Painting

    Michael J. Hatch

    Qian Du (1763–1844) and the Senses In Early Nineteenth-Century Chinese Literati Painting

  • Mirrors from 500–200 BC Middle Yangzi Region: Design and Manufacture

    Kin Sum Li

    Mirrors from 500–200 BC Middle Yangzi Region: Design and Manufacture

  • "Definite Means": Hans Arp's Cut-Outs, 1911–1930

    Tessa Paneth-Pollak

    "Definite Means": Hans Arp's Cut-Outs, 1911–1930

  • Orders of Elaboration: Wendel Dietterlin and the Architectura

    Elizabeth J. Petcu

    Orders of Elaboration: Wendel Dietterlin and the Architectura

  • Color after Mimesis: Odilon Redon and the Development of Arbitrary Color in Symbolist Painting, 1888–1905

    Maika Pollack

    Color after Mimesis: Odilon Redon and the Development of Arbitrary Color in Symbolist Painting, 1888–1905

  • Martin Kippenberger and Mike Kelley: The Artist Persona and the Precarious Middle Class

    Christopher Reitz

    Martin Kippenberger and Mike Kelley: The Artist Persona and the Precarious Middle Class

2014

  • Fire on the Mountain: A Comprehensive Study of Greek Mountaintop Sanctuaries

    Alexis Belis

    Fire on the Mountain: A Comprehensive Study of Greek Mountaintop Sanctuaries

  • The Loess Highland in a Trading Network

    Dazhi Cao

    The Loess Highland in a Trading Network

  • Lines of Utility: Outlines, Architecture, and Design in Britain, c. 1800

    Alexis H. Cohen

    Lines of Utility: Outlines, Architecture, and Design in Britain, c. 1800

  • Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Water

    Leslie Geddes

    Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Water

  • The Image of the World in Thirteenth-Century Rome

    Marius Hauknes

    The Image of the World in Thirteenth-Century Rome

  • Embracing the Circle: Domical Buildings in East Asian Architecture, ca. 200–750

    Jun Hu

    Embracing the Circle: Domical Buildings in East Asian Architecture, ca. 200–750

  • Michael Asher and the Art of Infrastructure: Space, Cities, Institutions

    Jennifer King

    Michael Asher and the Art of Infrastructure: Space, Cities, Institutions

  • Art, Astrology, and the Apocalypse: Visualizing the Occult in Post-Reformation Germany

    Jennifer Morris

    Art, Astrology, and the Apocalypse: Visualizing the Occult in Post-Reformation Germany

  • A Study of the Transition from Hand-Produced to Printed Images in the Late Middle Ages: A Middle Dutch Prayer Book on the Life and Passion of Christ (Kortrijk, SB. MS. 26)

    Todor Todorov Petev

    A Study of the Transition from Hand-Produced to Printed Images in the Late Middle Ages: A Middle Dutch Prayer Book on the Life and Passion of Christ (Kortrijk, SB. MS. 26)

2013

  • Show and Tell: Representation, Communication, and the Still Lifes of William M. Harnett

    Nika Elder

    Show and Tell: Representation, Communication, and the Still Lifes of William M. Harnett

  • The Apparently Marginal Activities of Marcel Duchamp

    Elena Filipovic

    The Apparently Marginal Activities of Marcel Duchamp

  • Between City and Country: Architecture, Site, and Patronage at Palladio's Villa Pisani at Montagnana

    Johanna Heinrichs

    Between City and Country: Architecture, Site, and Patronage at Palladio's Villa Pisani at Montagnana

  • An Initmate View of the Inner Quarters: A Study of Court Women and Architecture in Palace Banquet

    Zoe S. Kwok

    An Initmate View of the Inner Quarters: A Study of Court Women and Architecture in Palace Banquet

  • Navigating Floating Worlds: Curatorial Strategies in Contemporary Chinese Art 1979–2008

    Michelle Lim

    Navigating Floating Worlds: Curatorial Strategies in Contemporary Chinese Art 1979–2008

  • Heterogeneous Objects: The Sculptures of Martin Puryear

    Jessica Maxwell

    Heterogeneous Objects: The Sculptures of Martin Puryear

  • A Measured Harvest: Grain, Tithes, and Territories in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily (276–31 BCE)

    Alex Walthall

    A Measured Harvest: Grain, Tithes, and Territories in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily (276–31 BCE)

2012

  • Reframing the Lands of Rum: Architecture and Style in Eastern Anatolia, 1240–1320

    Patricia Blessing

    Reframing the Lands of Rum: Architecture and Style in Eastern Anatolia, 1240–1320

  • The Trade in Antiquities between Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean (ca. 1400–1600)

    Giada Damen

    The Trade in Antiquities between Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean (ca. 1400–1600)

  • Between the Heart and the Mind: Ways of Drawing in the Seventeenth Century

    Caroline Fowler

    Between the Heart and the Mind: Ways of Drawing in the Seventeenth Century

  • "The most beautiful Punchinelli in the world": A comprehensive study of the Punchinello Drawings of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

    Victoria Sears Goldman

    "The most beautiful Punchinelli in the world": A comprehensive study of the Punchinello Drawings of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

  • The Independently Fortified Tower: An International Type in Ottoman Military Architecture, 1452–1462

    Denwood Holmes

    The Independently Fortified Tower: An International Type in Ottoman Military Architecture, 1452–1462

  • Hybrid Species: Lee Bontecou's Sculpture and Drawing, 1958–1971

    Anna Katz

    Hybrid Species: Lee Bontecou's Sculpture and Drawing, 1958–1971

  • Pictures of Patriarchs: The Illustrated Life and Acts of Hōnen

    Sinead Kehoe

    Pictures of Patriarchs: The Illustrated Life and Acts of Hōnen

  • Sculpture's Condition | Conditions of Publicness: Isa Genzken and Thomas Hirschhorn

    Lisa Lee

    Sculpture's Condition | Conditions of Publicness: Isa Genzken and Thomas Hirschhorn

  • From Indemnity to Integration: Economic Decline in Late Hellenistic Aitolia

    Emma Ljung

    From Indemnity to Integration: Economic Decline in Late Hellenistic Aitolia

  • Architectural Agency and the Construction of Athenian Democracy

    Jessica Paga

    Architectural Agency and the Construction of Athenian Democracy

  • The Gynaikonitis: The (Un) Gendered Greek House

    Joanna Papayiannis

    The Gynaikonitis: The (Un) Gendered Greek House

  • Architectural Translations: Giuseppe Barberi (1746–1809) Between Rome and Paris

    Marion Riggs

    Architectural Translations: Giuseppe Barberi (1746–1809) Between Rome and Paris

  • Ornamental Paintings of the Venetian Renaissance

    Susannah Rutherglen

    Ornamental Paintings of the Venetian Renaissance

2011

  • The Visible and the Legible: Paul Klee, 1916–1923

    Annie Bourneuf

    The Visible and the Legible: Paul Klee, 1916–1923

  • Icons of Rulership: Imperial Portraiture During the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644)

    Dora Ching

    Icons of Rulership: Imperial Portraiture During the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644)

  • Filarete at the Papal Court: Sculpture, Ceremony, and the Antique in Early Renaissance Rome

    Robert Glass

    Filarete at the Papal Court: Sculpture, Ceremony, and the Antique in Early Renaissance Rome

  • "Singular Skill and Beauty": Antonello da Messina Between North and South

    Anna Swartwood House

    "Singular Skill and Beauty": Antonello da Messina Between North and South

  • Between Perception and Expression: The Codex Coner and the Genre of Architectural Sketchbooks

    Chen Liu

    Between Perception and Expression: The Codex Coner and the Genre of Architectural Sketchbooks

  • The Virgin of the Passion: Development, Dissemination and Afterlife of a Byzantine Icon Type

    Matthew Milliner

    The Virgin of the Passion: Development, Dissemination and Afterlife of a Byzantine Icon Type

  • Cy Twombly's Things: Sculptures 1946 to the Present

    Kate Nesin

    Cy Twombly's Things: Sculptures 1946 to the Present

  • Metamorphosis of Form and Meaning: Ink Bird-and-Flower Screens in Muromachi Japan

    Xiaojin Wu

    Metamorphosis of Form and Meaning: Ink Bird-and-Flower Screens in Muromachi Japan

2010

  • Cutting Out the Middleman: Cypriot Itinerant Sculptors in the Early Sixth Century BC

    Maria Andrioti

    Cutting Out the Middleman: Cypriot Itinerant Sculptors in the Early Sixth Century BC

  • Printmaking in Post-War Sichuan: Regional Art Development in the People's Republic of China, 1949–1966

    Sonja Kelley

    Printmaking in Post-War Sichuan: Regional Art Development in the People's Republic of China, 1949–1966

  • Eduardo Paolozzi and Others, 1947–1958

    Alex Kitnick

    Eduardo Paolozzi and Others, 1947–1958

  • Studies in Jesuit Art in Japan

    Noriko Kotani

    Studies in Jesuit Art in Japan

  • Portraits and Icons: Between Reality and Holiness in Byzantium

    Katherine Marsengill

    Portraits and Icons: Between Reality and Holiness in Byzantium

  • Constantinopolitan Architecture of the Komnenian Era (1080–1180) and its Impact in the Balkans

    Marina Mihaljević

    Constantinopolitan Architecture of the Komnenian Era (1080–1180) and its Impact in the Balkans

  • Robert Adam and Essential Architecture: Minimal, Geometric, and Primitive Modes of Architectural Expression

    Robert Wolterstorff

    Robert Adam and Essential Architecture: Minimal, Geometric, and Primitive Modes of Architectural Expression

2009

  • Chance and Design: Experimentation in Art at Black Mountain College

    Eva Diaz

    Chance and Design: Experimentation in Art at Black Mountain College

  • Into the Dark Chamber: Avant-Garde Photograms and the Cinematic Imaginary

    Noam Milgrom Elcott

    Into the Dark Chamber: Avant-Garde Photograms and the Cinematic Imaginary

  • Refiguring the Palladian Legacy: Architectural Reform in Eighteenth-Century Venice

    Daniel McReynolds

    Refiguring the Palladian Legacy: Architectural Reform in Eighteenth-Century Venice

2008

  • Canopies: The Framing of Sacred Space in the Byzantine Ecclesiastical Tradition

    Jelena Bogdanović

    Canopies: The Framing of Sacred Space in the Byzantine Ecclesiastical Tradition

  • Georges Seurat: Picturing Perception

    Michelle Foa

    Georges Seurat: Picturing Perception

  • Looking for Bruce Connor, 1957–1967

    Kevin Hatch

    Looking for Bruce Connor, 1957–1967

  • Worshipping in Community: Jupiter and Roman Religion in the Early Imperial Period

    Zehavi Husser

    Worshipping in Community: Jupiter and Roman Religion in the Early Imperial Period

  • Corot and the Figure in the Social Environment

    Lori Johnson

    Corot and the Figure in the Social Environment

  • The Revenge of Ahriman: Images of Dīvs in the Shāhnāma, ca. 1300–1600

    Francesca Leoni

    The Revenge of Ahriman: Images of Dīvs in the Shāhnāma, ca. 1300–1600

  • Reinterpretation of the "Palace of Bryas": A Study in Byzantine Architecture, History and Historiography

    Alessandra Ricci

    Reinterpretation of the "Palace of Bryas": A Study in Byzantine Architecture, History and Historiography

  • From Abstraction to Model: In the Event of George Brecht and the Conceptual Turn in the Art of the 1960s

    Julia Robinson

    From Abstraction to Model: In the Event of George Brecht and the Conceptual Turn in the Art of the 1960s

  • Dressed Up and Pasted Down: Stage Photography in the Victorian Album

    Marta Weiss

    Dressed Up and Pasted Down: Stage Photography in the Victorian Album

  • The Sanxingdui Site: Art and Archaeology

    Jay Jie Xu

    The Sanxingdui Site: Art and Archaeology

2007

  • Gustave Moreau (1826–1898) and the Afterlife of French History Painting

    Scott Allan

    Gustave Moreau (1826–1898) and the Afterlife of French History Painting

  • Conventional Pictures: Charles Marville in the Bois de Boulogne

    Peter Barberie

    Conventional Pictures: Charles Marville in the Bois de Boulogne

  • Toward a Performative Realism: Art in France, 1957–1963

    Kaira Cabañas

    Toward a Performative Realism: Art in France, 1957–1963

  • The Life of the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura in Rome: Architectural Renovations from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Centuries

    Nicola Camerlenghi

    The Life of the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura in Rome: Architectural Renovations from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Centuries

  • The Still-Life Paintings of Vincent van Gogh and Their Context

    Laura Coyle

    The Still-Life Paintings of Vincent van Gogh and Their Context

  • Symbolism and the Third Republic: Tradition as Avant-Garde, 1871–1915

    Sarah Linford

    Symbolism and the Third Republic: Tradition as Avant-Garde, 1871–1915

  • Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and German Artists in Sweden in the Age of the Thirty Years' War

    Kristoffer Neville

    Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and German Artists in Sweden in the Age of the Thirty Years' War

  • Writing and the State in Early China in Comparative Perspective

    Haicheng Wang

    Writing and the State in Early China in Comparative Perspective

  • Intersections of Art and Literature of the Silesian Baroque: Studies on the Works of Matthias Rauchmiller, Daniel Casper von Lohenstein, Michael Willmann, and Johannes Scheffler (Angelus Silesius)

    Joshua Waterman

    Intersections of Art and Literature of the Silesian Baroque: Studies on the Works of Matthias Rauchmiller, Daniel Casper von Lohenstein, Michael Willmann, and Johannes Scheffler (Angelus Silesius)

  • The Intersection of Past and Present: The Qianlong Emperor and His Ancient Bronzes

    Hui-chun Yu

    The Intersection of Past and Present: The Qianlong Emperor and His Ancient Bronzes

2006

  • Donne Attempate: Women of a Certain Age in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Art

    Mary Frank

    Donne Attempate: Women of a Certain Age in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Art

  • The Parma Baptistery and Its Pictorial Program

    Ludovico Geymonat

    The Parma Baptistery and Its Pictorial Program

  • Robert Ryman: Painting Pragmatism

    Suzanne Hudson

    Robert Ryman: Painting Pragmatism

  • From a Word of God to Archaeological Monuments: A Historical-Archaeological Study of the Umayyad Ribats of Palestine

    Yumna Masarwa

    From a Word of God to Archaeological Monuments: A Historical-Archaeological Study of the Umayyad Ribats of Palestine

2005

  • Hagios Ioannis Prodromos Monastery on Mount Menoikeion: Byzantine Monastic Practice, Sacred Topography, and Architecture

    Nikolas Bakirtzis

    Hagios Ioannis Prodromos Monastery on Mount Menoikeion: Byzantine Monastic Practice, Sacred Topography, and Architecture

  • The Lives of Shtôtoku: Narrative Art and Ritual in Medieval Japan

    Kevin Carr

    The Lives of Shtôtoku: Narrative Art and Ritual in Medieval Japan

  • Monumental and Intimate Landscape by Guo Xi

    Ping Foong

    Monumental and Intimate Landscape by Guo Xi

  • Strings, Winds, and Drums in China During Eastern Zhou and Han (770 B.C.E.–220 A.D.): An Archaeological Perspective

    Ingrid Furniss

    Strings, Winds, and Drums in China During Eastern Zhou and Han (770 B.C.E.–220 A.D.): An Archaeological Perspective

  • Beyond Mimesis in Greek Religious Art: Aniconism in the Archaic and Classical Periods

    Milette Gaifman

    Beyond Mimesis in Greek Religious Art: Aniconism in the Archaic and Classical Periods

  • "According to the Polish Sky and Customs": Theories of Architecture and Art in Early Modern Poland

    Carolyn Guile

    "According to the Polish Sky and Customs": Theories of Architecture and Art in Early Modern Poland

  • Aurea Condet Saecula (Per Arva Saturno Quondam): Imperial Habsburg Medals from the Cornation of Frederick III (1452) until the Succession of Maxmillian I (1494): Art and Legitimacy between Feudalism and Absolutism

    Gregory Harwell

    Aurea Condet Saecula (Per Arva Saturno Quondam): Imperial Habsburg Medals from the Cornation of Frederick III (1452) until the Succession of Maxmillian I (1494): Art and Legitimacy between Feudalism and Absolutism

  • America as Landscape: Marsden Hartley and New Mexico, 1918–1924

    Heather Hole

    America as Landscape: Marsden Hartley and New Mexico, 1918–1924

  • Attic Votive Plaques: A Study on Their Iconography and Function

    Kyriaki Karoglou

    Attic Votive Plaques: A Study on Their Iconography and Function

  • The Visual Salon: Itō Jakuchū and the Rokuonji Temple Ensemble of 1759

    Hans Thomsen

    The Visual Salon: Itō Jakuchū and the Rokuonji Temple Ensemble of 1759

  • Art and the Conventional Life in Renaissance Venice: The Monastery Church of Santa Caterina de'Sacchi

    Francesca Toffolo

    Art and the Conventional Life in Renaissance Venice: The Monastery Church of Santa Caterina de'Sacchi

2004

  • Between Humanism and the Counter-Reformation: Villa and Villeggiatura in Renaissance Ragusa

    Nadja Aksamija

    Between Humanism and the Counter-Reformation: Villa and Villeggiatura in Renaissance Ragusa

  • Photography and Everyday Life: The Case of Louis Faurer 1937–1955

    Lisa Hostetler

    Photography and Everyday Life: The Case of Louis Faurer 1937–1955

  • Resisting Abstraction: Cubism, Robert Delaunay, and the Crisis of Representation in Early Twentieth-Century French Painting

    Gordon Hughes

    Resisting Abstraction: Cubism, Robert Delaunay, and the Crisis of Representation in Early Twentieth-Century French Painting

  • Collecting and Patronage of Art in Seventeenth-Century Japan: The Maeda Daimyo

    Janice Katz

    Collecting and Patronage of Art in Seventeenth-Century Japan: The Maeda Daimyo

  • Aesthetics and Symbolism of Late Byzantine Church Facades, 1204–1453

    Jelena Trkulja

    Aesthetics and Symbolism of Late Byzantine Church Facades, 1204–1453

  • The Marian Miracle Paintings of Alessandro Varotari (il Padovanino, 1588–1649): Popular Piety and Painted Proslytizing in Seventeenth-Century Venice

    Deborah Walberg

    The Marian Miracle Paintings of Alessandro Varotari (il Padovanino, 1588–1649): Popular Piety and Painted Proslytizing in Seventeenth-Century Venice

  • Aristocratizing the Community: Roger Fenton and British Photography in the 1850's

    John Welch

    Aristocratizing the Community: Roger Fenton and British Photography in the 1850's

2003

  • The Merchants of Venice: A Study in Sixteenth-Century Cittadino Patronage

    Blake De Maria

    The Merchants of Venice: A Study in Sixteenth-Century Cittadino Patronage

  • The Birth of Japanese Painting History: Kanō Artists, Authors, and Authenticators of the Seventeenth Century

    Yukio Lippit

    The Birth of Japanese Painting History: Kanō Artists, Authors, and Authenticators of the Seventeenth Century

  • A New Imperial Style of Calligraphy: Stone Engravings in Northern Wei Luoyang, 494–534

    Hui-Wen Lu

    A New Imperial Style of Calligraphy: Stone Engravings in Northern Wei Luoyang, 494–534

  • Erudite Eyes: Artists and Antiquarians in the Circle of Abraham Ortelius (1527–1598)

    Tine Meganck

    Erudite Eyes: Artists and Antiquarians in the Circle of Abraham Ortelius (1527–1598)

  • Fashioning the Certosa di San Martino: Ornament, Illusion, and Artist Collaboration in Early-Modern Naples

    John Napoli

    Fashioning the Certosa di San Martino: Ornament, Illusion, and Artist Collaboration in Early-Modern Naples

  • Fabricated Images: Invented Dress in British and Colonial American Portraits

    Leslie Reinhardt

    Fabricated Images: Invented Dress in British and Colonial American Portraits

2002

  • The Portraits Historiés of Henri IV (1589–1610)

    Emily Bakemeier

    The Portraits Historiés of Henri IV (1589–1610)

  • Possessing the Holy: Private Churches and Private Piety in Late Antiquity

    Kimberly Bowes

    Possessing the Holy: Private Churches and Private Piety in Late Antiquity

  • Immaculate Skin, Admirable Machine: Body and Representation in French Aesthetics, Science, and Art, 1850–1900

    Martin Kramer

    Immaculate Skin, Admirable Machine: Body and Representation in French Aesthetics, Science, and Art, 1850–1900

  • Evidence in Context: The Public and Funerary Monuments of the Seviri Augustales at Ostia

    Margaret Laird

    Evidence in Context: The Public and Funerary Monuments of the Seviri Augustales at Ostia

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    Jacques-Henri Lartigue (1894–1986): Invention of an Artist

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  • The Organization of Imperial Workshops during the Han Dynasty

    Anthony Barbieri-Low

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  • Filling the Void: The Fugen Jūrasetsunyo Iconography in Japanese Buddhist Art

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    Filling the Void: The Fugen Jūrasetsunyo Iconography in Japanese Buddhist Art

  • Cinema of Stills: Minor White's Theory of Sequential Photography

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    The Crisis of Sculpture in Weimar Germany: Rudolph Belling, the Bauhaus, Naum Gabo

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  • Meaning in Context: Continuous Narrative in Roman Painted Panels

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    Meaning in Context: Continuous Narrative in Roman Painted Panels

  • Augusta's Glittering Spires: Thomas Archer and the 1711 London Church Commission

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    Augusta's Glittering Spires: Thomas Archer and the 1711 London Church Commission

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  • The Nude in the Era of the New Movement in American Art: Thomas Eakins, Kenyon Cox, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens

    Jennifer Hardin

    The Nude in the Era of the New Movement in American Art: Thomas Eakins, Kenyon Cox, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens

  • The Hôtel de Soubise and the Rohan-Soubise Family: Architecture, Interior Decoration, and the Art of Ambition in Eighteenth-Century France

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    The Hôtel de Soubise and the Rohan-Soubise Family: Architecture, Interior Decoration, and the Art of Ambition in Eighteenth-Century France

  • The Rotunda of St. George and Late Antique Serdica: From Imperial Palace to Episcopal Complex

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    The Rotunda of St. George and Late Antique Serdica: From Imperial Palace to Episcopal Complex

  • Zhao Mengfu (1254–1322) and the Revolution of Elite Culture in Mongol China

    Shane McCausland

    Zhao Mengfu (1254–1322) and the Revolution of Elite Culture in Mongol China

  • Tosa Mitsunobu's Ko-E: Forms and Functions of Small-Format Handscrolls in the Muromachi Period (1333–1573)

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    Tosa Mitsunobu's Ko-E: Forms and Functions of Small-Format Handscrolls in the Muromachi Period (1333–1573)

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    Visions of Paradise: Sui and Tang Buddhist Pure Land Representations at Dunhuang

  • Roman Architectural Influence in Provincia Asia: Augustus to Severus Alexander

    Andrew Sherwood

    Roman Architectural Influence in Provincia Asia: Augustus to Severus Alexander

  • Raphael into Print: The Movement of Ideas about the Antique in Engravings by Marcantonio Raimondi and His Shop

    Madeleine Viljoen

    Raphael into Print: The Movement of Ideas about the Antique in Engravings by Marcantonio Raimondi and His Shop

1999

  • Benvenuto Cellini and the Act of Sculpture

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    Benvenuto Cellini and the Act of Sculpture

  • Victor Regnault, Louis Robert, and Photography at the Manufacture Impériale de Porcelaine de Sèvres, 1845–1865

    Laurie Dahlberg

    Victor Regnault, Louis Robert, and Photography at the Manufacture Impériale de Porcelaine de Sèvres, 1845–1865

  • Alpine Sanctuaries: Topography, Architecture, and Decoration of Early Medieval Churches in the Bishopric of Chur

    Randon Jerris

    Alpine Sanctuaries: Topography, Architecture, and Decoration of Early Medieval Churches in the Bishopric of Chur

  • The Ten Kings at the Seikado Library

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    The Ten Kings at the Seikado Library

  • From Total War to Total Living: American Architecture and the Culture of Planning, 1939–194X

    Andrew Shanken

    From Total War to Total Living: American Architecture and the Culture of Planning, 1939–194X

  • A New Study of the Palazzo Imperiale at Ostia

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    A New Study of the Palazzo Imperiale at Ostia

  • Soldiers, Sharps and Shills: Richard Caton Woodville and Antebellum Genre Painting

    Justin Wolff

    Soldiers, Sharps and Shills: Richard Caton Woodville and Antebellum Genre Painting

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  • The Proliferation of Images: Ink-stick Designs and Printing of the Fang-Shih Mo-P'U and the C'heng-Shih Mo-Yuan

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    The Proliferation of Images: Ink-stick Designs and Printing of the Fang-Shih Mo-P'U and the C'heng-Shih Mo-Yuan

  • Medieval Armenian Architecture: Josef Strygowski and His Legacy

    Christina Maranci

    Medieval Armenian Architecture: Josef Strygowski and His Legacy

  • Landscapes of the Imagination in Renaissance Venice

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    Landscapes of the Imagination in Renaissance Venice

  • The Church of the Virgin of Skripou: Architecture, Sculpture, and Inscriptions in Ninth-Century Byzantium

    Amy Papalexandrou

    The Church of the Virgin of Skripou: Architecture, Sculpture, and Inscriptions in Ninth-Century Byzantium

  • Warriors, Youths, and Tripods: The Visual Poetics of Power in Geometric and Early Archaic Greece

    Athanassios Papalexandrou

    Warriors, Youths, and Tripods: The Visual Poetics of Power in Geometric and Early Archaic Greece

  • Roman Delphi and Its Pythian Games

    Robert Weir

    Roman Delphi and Its Pythian Games

1997

  • Ancient Egypt and Egyptian Antiquities in Italian Renaissance Art and Culture

    Brian Curran

    Ancient Egypt and Egyptian Antiquities in Italian Renaissance Art and Culture

  • Tombs and Burials in Churches and Monasteries of Byzantine Palestine (324-628 A.D.)

    Haim Goldfus

    Tombs and Burials in Churches and Monasteries of Byzantine Palestine (324-628 A.D.)

  • Jukoin: Art, Architecture, and Mortuary Culture at a Japanese Zen Buddhist Temple

    Gregory Levine

    Jukoin: Art, Architecture, and Mortuary Culture at a Japanese Zen Buddhist Temple

  • The Ch'ing Dynasty Wen-Yuan-Ko Imperial Library: Architecture and the Ordering of Knowledge

    Cary Liu

    The Ch'ing Dynasty Wen-Yuan-Ko Imperial Library: Architecture and the Ordering of Knowledge

  • The Alchemy of Drawing: Bartholomaus Spranger at the Court of Rudolf II

    Sally Metzler

    The Alchemy of Drawing: Bartholomaus Spranger at the Court of Rudolf II

  • Public Painted and Sculptural Programs of the Early Roman Empire: A Case Study of the So-Called Basilica in Herculaneum

    Tina Najbjerg

    Public Painted and Sculptural Programs of the Early Roman Empire: A Case Study of the So-Called Basilica in Herculaneum

  • Expression and Repression of Identity: Race, Religion, and Sexuality in the Art of American Sculptor Richmond Barthé

    Margaret Vendryes

    Expression and Repression of Identity: Race, Religion, and Sexuality in the Art of American Sculptor Richmond Barthé

  • Murayama, Mavo, and Modernity: Constructions of the Modern in Taishō Avant-Garde Art

    Gennifer Weisenfeld

    Murayama, Mavo, and Modernity: Constructions of the Modern in Taishō Avant-Garde Art

1996

  • Ravanica Monastery Fresco Paintings in Medieval Art of the Balkans: Interpretation of Its Iconographic and Programmatic Formulas; Their Geneses and Implications

    Marina Belović-Hodge

    Ravanica Monastery Fresco Paintings in Medieval Art of the Balkans: Interpretation of Its Iconographic and Programmatic Formulas; Their Geneses and Implications

  • Recurring Figure-Types on Classical Attic Grave Stelai

    Carol Benson

    Recurring Figure-Types on Classical Attic Grave Stelai

  • The Plaza Mayor of Madrid: Architecture, Urbanism, and the Imperial Capital, 1560–1640

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    The Plaza Mayor of Madrid: Architecture, Urbanism, and the Imperial Capital, 1560–1640

  • The Daochos Monument

    Kirsten Evans

    The Daochos Monument

  • Fishing Society at His-sai Mountain by Li Chieh (1124-before 1197): A Study of Scholar-Offical's Art in the Southern Sung Period

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    Fishing Society at His-sai Mountain by Li Chieh (1124-before 1197): A Study of Scholar-Offical's Art in the Southern Sung Period

  • Jakob Tuggener: Photographs 1926–1956

    Martin Gasser

    Jakob Tuggener: Photographs 1926–1956

  • A Triumph of Ludicity: Games and Play in the Art of Jean-Honoré Fragonard

    Jennifer Milam

    A Triumph of Ludicity: Games and Play in the Art of Jean-Honoré Fragonard

  • Cottages and Crafts in Fin-ae-Siècle Belgium: Artisans, Antimodernism, and Art Nouveau, 1880–1910

    Amy Ogata

    Cottages and Crafts in Fin-ae-Siècle Belgium: Artisans, Antimodernism, and Art Nouveau, 1880–1910

  • Jades of the Liangzhu Culture

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    Jades of the Liangzhu Culture

1995

  • Sir Christopher Wren's City Churches: A Critical Reappraisal

    Alexander Curtis

    Sir Christopher Wren's City Churches: A Critical Reappraisal

  • The Survival, Revival, and Reappraisal of Artistic Tradition: Civic Art and Civic Identity in Quattrocento Siena

    Deborah Kawsky

    The Survival, Revival, and Reappraisal of Artistic Tradition: Civic Art and Civic Identity in Quattrocento Siena

  • The Sixteen Lohans in the Pai-miao Style: From Sung to Early Ch'ing

    Richard Kent

    The Sixteen Lohans in the Pai-miao Style: From Sung to Early Ch'ing

  • The Meaning of the Eight Views of Hsiao-Hsiang: Poetry and Painting in Sung China

    Alfreda Murck

    The Meaning of the Eight Views of Hsiao-Hsiang: Poetry and Painting in Sung China

  • The Art and Ritual of Childbirth in Renaissance Italy

    Jacqueline Musacchio

    The Art and Ritual of Childbirth in Renaissance Italy

  • Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine

    Douglas Nickel

    Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine

  • The Use of Statues in the Eighteenth-Century English Landscape Garden

    Barbara Paca

    The Use of Statues in the Eighteenth-Century English Landscape Garden

  • Northern Artists in Italy, ca. 1565–85: Hans Speckaert as a Draughtsman and a Teacher

    Eva Širokà

    Northern Artists in Italy, ca. 1565–85: Hans Speckaert as a Draughtsman and a Teacher

1994

  • The Photographic Reportage of Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1933–1973

    Claude Cookman

    The Photographic Reportage of Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1933–1973

  • Word and Image in Architectural Treatises of the Italian Renaissance

    Margaret D'Evelyn

    Word and Image in Architectural Treatises of the Italian Renaissance

  • P.H. Emerson's Vision of East Anglian Life and Landscape: Photography, Art, Science, Literature, and Ethnography

    Ellen Handy

    P.H. Emerson's Vision of East Anglian Life and Landscape: Photography, Art, Science, Literature, and Ethnography

  • Yongle Palace: The Transformation of the Daoist Pantheon During the Yuan Dynasty (1260–1368)

    Anning Jing

    Yongle Palace: The Transformation of the Daoist Pantheon During the Yuan Dynasty (1260–1368)

  • Pinctor et Presbiter: Structures of Meaning in Giovanni Canavesio's Passion Cycle at Notre-Dame des Fontaines, La Brigue (1492)

    Véronique Plesch

    Pinctor et Presbiter: Structures of Meaning in Giovanni Canavesio's Passion Cycle at Notre-Dame des Fontaines, La Brigue (1492)

  • Winslow Homer's Drawings in "Black and White," c. 1875–1885

    Paul Provost

    Winslow Homer's Drawings in "Black and White," c. 1875–1885

  • The Church of St. Panteleimon at Nerezi: Architecture, Painting, and Sculpture

    Ida Sinkević

    The Church of St. Panteleimon at Nerezi: Architecture, Painting, and Sculpture

  • The Art of the Ensemble: The Tsukubusuma Sanctuary, 1570–1615

    Andrew Watsky

    The Art of the Ensemble: The Tsukubusuma Sanctuary, 1570–1615

1993

  • The Illustrated Anglo-Norman Metrical Apolcalypse in England

    Sammye Justice

    The Illustrated Anglo-Norman Metrical Apolcalypse in England

  • Great Utopias and Small Worlds: Architectural Visions and Political Realities in the Prints of the Weimar Bauhaus, 1919–1925

    Karen Koehler

    Great Utopias and Small Worlds: Architectural Visions and Political Realities in the Prints of the Weimar Bauhaus, 1919–1925

  • The Eucharides Painter and His Place in the Athenian Potters' Quarter

    Elizabeth Langridge

    The Eucharides Painter and His Place in the Athenian Potters' Quarter

  • A Canonical Work of an Uncanonical Era: Re-reading the Chapel of Saint Ignatius (1695-1699) in the Gesù of Rome

    Evonne Levy

    A Canonical Work of an Uncanonical Era: Re-reading the Chapel of Saint Ignatius (1695-1699) in the Gesù of Rome

  • Old Testament Rituals of Sacrifice in Romanesque Art

    Dianne Santinga

    Old Testament Rituals of Sacrifice in Romanesque Art

1992

  • Li-Kung-Lin and the Long Handscroll Illustrations of T'ao Ch'ien's Returning Home

    Elizabeth Brotherton

    Li-Kung-Lin and the Long Handscroll Illustrations of T'ao Ch'ien's Returning Home

  • A French Maecenas in the Roman Quatttrocento: The Patronage of Cardinal Guillaume D'Estouteville (1439–1483)

    Meredith Gill

    A French Maecenas in the Roman Quatttrocento: The Patronage of Cardinal Guillaume D'Estouteville (1439–1483)

  • The Rebuilt Chateau in the Work of Jules Hardouin-Margaret

    Michael Rabens

    The Rebuilt Chateau in the Work of Jules Hardouin-Margaret

  • Cardinal Giulio de'Medici as a Patron of Art, 1513–1523

    Sheryl Reiss

    Cardinal Giulio de'Medici as a Patron of Art, 1513–1523

  • Garden Architecture in the Netherlands: The Gardens of Frederik Hendrik, the Prince of Orange (1584–1647)

    Vanessa Bezemer Sellers

    Garden Architecture in the Netherlands: The Gardens of Frederik Hendrik, the Prince of Orange (1584–1647)

  • Realism in Greek Art of the Archaic Period

    Mary Stieber

    Realism in Greek Art of the Archaic Period

1991

  • The Portrait Collection of Paolo Giovio

    Linda Klinger Aleci

    The Portrait Collection of Paolo Giovio

  • Brescia after the League of Cambrai: Moretto, Romanino, and the Arts

    Andrea Bayer

    Brescia after the League of Cambrai: Moretto, Romanino, and the Arts

  • The Photographic Railway Albums of Edouard-Denis Baldus

    Malcom Daniel

    The Photographic Railway Albums of Edouard-Denis Baldus

  • The Inventory Lists of the Parthenon Treasures

    Diane Harris-Cline

    The Inventory Lists of the Parthenon Treasures

  • Manuscript Illumination in Metz in the Fourteenth Century: Books of Hours, Workshops, and Personal Devotion

    Claudia Mark

    Manuscript Illumination in Metz in the Fourteenth Century: Books of Hours, Workshops, and Personal Devotion

1990

  • The Chung Yu (A.D. 151–230) Tradition: A Pivotal Development in Sung Calligraphy

    Hui-Liang Chu

    The Chung Yu (A.D. 151–230) Tradition: A Pivotal Development in Sung Calligraphy

  • The History and Decoration of the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice

    Tracy Cooper

    The History and Decoration of the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice

  • Jerg Ratgeb and the Herrenberg Altarpiece

    Lisa Farber

    Jerg Ratgeb and the Herrenberg Altarpiece

  • The Kangxi Southern Inspection Tour: A Narrative Program by Wang Hui

    Maxwell Hearn

    The Kangxi Southern Inspection Tour: A Narrative Program by Wang Hui

  • Aegidius Sadeler (c.1570–1629): Drawings, Prints, and Art Theory

    Dorothy Limouze

    Aegidius Sadeler (c.1570–1629): Drawings, Prints, and Art Theory

  • The Belltowers of Medieval Rome and the Architecture of Renovatio

    Ann Priester

    The Belltowers of Medieval Rome and the Architecture of Renovatio

  • Rembrandt and Saint Jerome

    Catherine Scallen

    Rembrandt and Saint Jerome

  • Chao Yüan and Late Yüan-Early Ming Painting

    David Sensabaugh

    Chao Yüan and Late Yüan-Early Ming Painting

  • Bartolomeo Bulgarini and Sienese Painting of the Mid-Fourteenth Century

    Judith Steinhoff-Morrison

    Bartolomeo Bulgarini and Sienese Painting of the Mid-Fourteenth Century

1989

  • A Scholar's Landscape: Shan-Chuang T'u by Li Kung-lin

    Robert E. Harrist

    A Scholar's Landscape:Shan-Chuang T'u by Li Kung-lin

  • The Painting Technique of Simone Martini

    Cathleen Hoeniger

    The Painting Technique of Simone Martini

  • Frank Lloyd Wright and Midway Gardens

    Paul Kruty

    Frank Lloyd Wright and Midway Gardens

  • Mortuary Chapels of Renaissance Condottieri

    Wendy Wegener

    Mortuary Chapels of Renaissance Condottieri

1988

  • The Master of Morgan 453, an Illuminator in Paris and Amiens, 1415–1440

    Gregory Clark

    The Master of Morgan 453, an Illuminator in Paris and Amiens, 1415–1440

  • The Neo-Impressionist Landscape

    Peter Flagg

    The Neo-Impressionist Landscape

  • The Drawings of Domenico Beccafumi

    Barbara Gordley

    The Drawings of Domenico Beccafumi

  • Lorenzo Lotto and the Patronage and Production of Venetian Alterpieces in the Early 16th Century

    Louisa Matthew

    Lorenzo Lotto and the Patronage and Production of Venetian Alterpieces in the Early 16th Century

  • Roman Marble Tables

    Christopher Moss

    Roman Marble Tables

  • The Byzantine Element in the Architecture and Architectural Sculpture of Venice, 1063–1140

    Joan Richardson

    The Byzantine Element in the Architecture and Architectural Sculpture of Venice, 1063–1140

  • Vox Civitatis: Aspects of Thirteenth-Century Communal Architecture in Lombardy

    Robert Russell

    Vox Civitatis: Aspects of Thirteenth-Century Communal Architecture in Lombardy

  • Vincenzo Borghini and Vasari's Lives

    Robert Williams

    Vincenzo Borghini and Vasari's Lives

1987

  • The Archaeology of Early Greek "Hero Cult"

    Carla Antonaccio

    The Archaeology of Early Greek "Hero Cult"

  • The Later Sculpture of Antonio Rossellino

    Eric Apfelstadt

    The Later Sculpture of Antonio Rossellino

  • Momei (Ink Plum), the Emergence, Formation, and Development of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre

    Roberta Bickford

    Momei (Ink Plum), the Emergence, Formation, and Development of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre

  • Sir Joshua Reynold's Collection of Paintings

    Francis Broun

    Sir Joshua Reynold's Collection of Paintings

  • "The Goddess of the Lo River": A Study of Early Chinese Narrative Handscrolls

    Pao-Chen Chen

    "The Goddess of the Lo River": A Study of Early Chinese Narrative Handscrolls

  • Images of the Plague and Other Contemporary Events in Seventeenth-Century Naples

    James Clifton

    Images of the Plague and Other Contemporary Events in Seventeenth-Century Naples

  • Ancient Conceptions of the Body and the Canon of Polykleitos

    Gregory Leftwich

    Ancient Conceptions of the Body and the Canon of Polykleitos

  • The Sistine Chapel at S. Maria Maggiore: Sixtus V and the Art of the Counter Reformation

    Steven Ostrow

    The Sistine Chapel at S. Maria Maggiore: Sixtus V and the Art of the Counter Reformation

  • Jacques Callot and Court Theatre (1608–1619)

    Orville Rothrock

    Jacques Callot and Court Theatre (1608–1619)

  • Greek Athletic Sculpture from the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.: An Iconographic Study

    Nancy Serwint

    Greek Athletic Sculpture from the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.: An Iconographic Study

  • Kenneth Noland's Artistic Evolution, 1946–1965

    Susan Sterling

    Kenneth Noland's Artistic Evolution, 1946–1965

1986

  • Odd Man Out: Readings of the Work and Reputation of Edgar Degas

    Carol Armstrong

    Odd Man Out: Readings of the Work and Reputation of Edgar Degas

  • Late Antique Imperial Mausolea

    Mark Johnson

    Late Antique Imperial Mausolea

  • Palladio and the Baths of Trajan Decius: The Recovery of a Third-Century Bath Complex in Rome

    Laetitia La Follette

    Palladio and the Baths of Trajan Decius: The Recovery of a Third-Century Bath Complex in Rome

1985

  • The Moralizing Prints of Cornelis Anthonisz

    Christine Armstrong

    The Moralizing Prints of Cornelis Anthonisz

  • Manuscript Illumination in Toledo (1446–1495): The Liturgical Books

    Lynette M.F. Bosch

    Manuscript Illumination in Toledo (1446–1495): The Liturgical Books

  • Studies in the Art of John Constable

    Edward Harwood

    Studies in the Art of John Constable

  • The Art of Robert Motherwell during the 1940's

    Robert Mattison

    The Art of Robert Motherwell during the 1940's

1984

  • Tales of Gisho and Ganyo: Editor, Artist, and Audience in Japanese Picture Scrolls

    Karen Brock

    Tales of Gisho and Ganyo: Editor, Artist, and Audience in Japanese Picture Scrolls

  • On the Politics of Dreams: A Study of the Noirs of Odilon Redon

    Stephen Eisenman

    On the Politics of Dreams: A Study of the Noirs of Odilon Redon

  • Lodovico Carracci: A Study of His Later Career and a Catalogue of His Paintings

    Gail Feigenbaum

    Lodovico Carracci: A Study of His Later Career and a Catalogue of His Paintings

  • Animal Themes in the Painting of Eugène Delacroix

    Nancy Finlay

    Animal Themes in the Painting of Eugène Delacroix

  • Joris Hoefnagle and The Four Elements: A Study in Sixteenth-Century Nature Painting

    Marjorie Lee Hendrix

    Joris Hoefnagle and The Four Elements: A Study in Sixteenth-Century Nature Painting

  • Diane Arbus and Her Imagery

    Diana E. Hulick

    Diane Arbus and Her Imagery

  • Attic Document Reliefs of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods: Their History, Development, and Use

    Carol Lawton

    Attic Document Reliefs of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods: Their History, Development, and Use

  • Images of Political Triumph: Donatello's Iconography of Heroes

    Patricia Leach

    Images of Political Triumph: Donatello's Iconography of Heroes

  • The Art of the Bamboccianti

    David Levine

    The Art of the Bamboccianti

  • The Lifetime and Early Posthumous Coinage of Alexander the Great from Pella

    Nancy Moore

    The Lifetime and Early Posthumous Coinage of Alexander the Great from Pella

  • The Evolution and Late Transformations of the Gothic Mensuration System

    Sergio Sanabria

    The Evolution and Late Transformations of the Gothic Mensuration System

  • Eremitism in Landscape Paintings by Ch'ien Hsüan (ca. 1235–before 1307)

    Shou-chien Shih

    Eremitism in Landscape Paintings by Ch'ien Hsüan (ca. 1235–before 1307)

  • The Architectural History of Auxerre Cathedral

    Harry Titus

    The Architectural History of Auxerre Cathedral

  • The Domestic Architecture of Morgantina in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods

    Barbara Tsakirgis

    The Domestic Architecture of Morgantina in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods

1983

  • The Image of the Artist: Roles and Guises in Rembrandt's Self-Portraits

    Perry Chapman

    The Image of the Artist: Roles and Guises in Rembrandt's Self-Portraits

  • Alessandro Sforza and Pesaro: A Study in Urbanism and Architectural Patronage

    Sabine Eiche

    Alessandro Sforza and Pesaro: A Study in Urbanism and Architectural Patronage

  • Hsien-Yü Shu's Calligraphy and His "Admonitions" Scroll of 1299

    Marilyn Wong Fu

    Hsien-Yü Shu's Calligraphy and His "Admonitions" Scroll of 1299

  • The Church Monuments of Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A.

    Ilene Lieberman

    The Church Monuments of Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A.

  • Wu Chen's Mo-Chu P'u: Literati Painter's Manual on Ink Bamboo

    Song-Mi Yi

    Wu Chen's Mo-Chu P'u: Literati Painter's Manual on Ink Bamboo

1982

  • Photo-Realist Painting

    Eileen Guggenheim-Wilkinson

    Photo-Realist Painting

1981

  • Bernard Van Orley of Brussels

    David Farmer

    Bernard Van Orley of Brussels

  • Influence and Interpretation in Apulian Vase Painting of the Fourth Century B.C.

    Kenneth Hamma

    Influence and Interpretation in Apulian Vase Painting of the Fourth Century B.C.

  • The Visconti Hours: The Patronage of Giangaleazzo Visconti and the Contribution of Giovannino dei Grassi

    Edith Kirsch

    The Visconti Hours: The Patronage of Giangaleazzo Visconti and the Contribution of Giovannino dei Grassi

  • The Casa Bartholdy Frescoes and Nazarene Theory in Rome, 1816–1817

    Robert McVaugh

    The Casa Bartholdy Frescoes and Nazarene Theory in Rome, 1816–1817

  • Sung Kao-Tsung, Ma Ho-chih and Mao Shih Scrolls: Illustrations of the Classic of Poetry

    Julia Murray

    Sung Kao-Tsung, Ma Ho-chih and Mao Shih Scrolls: Illustrations of the Classic of Poetry

  • Roman Pottery from Morgantina in Sicily

    Shelley Clyde Stone

    Roman Pottery from Morgantina in Sicily

  • Kano Shoei

    Carolyn Wheelwright

    Kano Shoei

1980

  • French Images from the Greek War of Independence 1821–1827: Art and Politics Under the Restoration

    Nina Athanassoglou

    French Images from the Greek War of Independence 1821–1827: Art and Politics Under the Restoration

  • The Utopian Vision of Moholy-Nagy: Technology, Society, and the Avant-Garde; An Analysis of the Writings of Moholy-Nagy on the Visual Arts

    Joseph Caton

    The Utopian Vision of Moholy-Nagy: Technology, Society, and the Avant-Garde; An Analysis of the Writings of Moholy-Nagy on the Visual Arts

  • Studies in Lorraine Art, ca. 1580–ca. 1625

    Christopher Comer

    Studies in Lorraine Art, ca. 1580–ca. 1625

  • The Temple of Nemesis at Rhamnous

    Margaret Miles

    The Temple of Nemesis at Rhamnous

  • Gerard David Studies

    James Mundy

    Gerard David Studies

  • The Youthful Deeds of Theseus: Iconography and Iconology

    Jenifer Neils

    The Youthful Deeds of Theseus: Iconography and Iconology

  • William De Kooning: The First Twenty-Six Years in New York—1927–1952

    Sally Yard

    William De Kooning: The First Twenty-Six Years in New York—1927–1952

1979

  • Problems Concerning the Archaic Acropolis at Athens

    Sarah Bancroft

    Problems Concerning the Archaic Acropolis at Athens

  • Vision and Visionaries: 19th-Century Psychological Theory, the Occult Sciences, and the Formation of the Symbolist Aesthetic in France

    Filiz E. Burhan

    Vision and Visionaries: 19th-Century Psychological Theory, the Occult Sciences, and the Formation of the Symbolist Aesthetic in France

  • Studies in Quattrocento Tuscan Wooden Sculpture

    Deborah Gibbons

    Studies in Quattrocento Tuscan Wooden Sculpture

  • Nicolo Cordieri: His Activity in Rome 1592–1612

    Barry Harwood

    Nicolo Cordieri: His Activity in Rome 1592–1612

  • Corinthian A and B Transport Amphoras

    Carolyn Koehler

    Corinthian A and B Transport Amphoras

  • Mid-Muromachi Paintings of the Eight Views of Hsiao and Hsiang

    Richard Stanley-Baker

    Mid-Muromachi Paintings of the Eight Views of Hsiao and Hsiang

  • Studies in Quattrocentro Tuscan Wooden Sculpture

    Deborah Strom

    Studies in Quattrocentro Tuscan Wooden Sculpture

  • The Genesis Cycle of Santa Maria Antiqua

    Birute Vileisis

    The Genesis Cycle of Santa Maria Antiqua

  • Kung Hsien

    William DingYee Wu

    Kung Hsien

1978

  • Joos Van Cleve: The Early and Mature Paintings

    John Hand

    Joos Van Cleve: The Early and Mature Paintings

  • Huang Kung-Wang's "Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains": The Dimensions of a Landscape

    John Hay

    Huang Kung-Wang's "Dwelling in the Fu-ch'un Mountains": The Dimensions of a Landscape

  • The Discovery of the Art of the Insane

    John M. MacGregor

    The Discovery of the Art of the Insane

  • In the Presence of the "Planet King": Studies in Art and Decoration at the Court of Philip IV of Spain

    Steven Orso

    In the Presence of the "Planet King": Studies in Art and Decoration at the Court of Philip IV of Spain

1977

  • The Water Supply of Ancient Athens from 3000 to 86 B.C.

    John McK. Camp

    The Water Supply of Ancient Athens from 3000 to 86 B.C.

  • Early Christian Pyxides Carved with New Testament Scenes

    Archer St. Clair Harvey

    Early Christian Pyxides Carved with New Testament Scenes

  • The Iconography of the Van der Paele Madonna by Jan van Eyck

    Denis Hitchcock

    The Iconography of the Van der Paele Madonna by Jan van Eyck

  • The Thespian Polyandrion (424 B.C.): The Excavations and Finds of a Thespian State Burial

    Demetrius Schilardi

    The Thespian Polyandrion (424 B.C.): The Excavations and Finds of a Thespian State Burial

  • The Triumph of the Eucharist: Tapestries Designed by Peter Paul Rubens

    Charles Scribner

    The Triumph of the Eucharist: Tapestries Designed by Peter Paul Rubens

  • Personification of Abstract Concepts in Greek Art and Literature to the End of the Fifth Century B.C.

    Alan Shapiro

    Personification of Abstract Concepts in Greek Art and Literature to the End of the Fifth Century B.C.

  • Tintoretto's Religious Imagery of the 1560's

    Elaine Banks Stainton

    Tintoretto's Religious Imagery of the 1560's

1976

  • An Examination of Two Twelfth-Century Centers of Byzantine Manuscript Production

    Jeffrey Anderson

    An Examination of Two Twelfth-Century Centers of Byzantine Manuscript Production

  • Francis Bacon: The Early and Middle Years, 1928–1958

    Hugh Davies

    Francis Bacon: The Early and Middle Years, 1928–1958

  • Huang T'ing-chien's Calligraphy and His Scroll for Chang Ta-t'ung: A Masterpiece Written in Exile

    Shen Fu

    Huang T'ing-chien's Calligraphy and His Scroll for Chang Ta-t'ung: A Masterpiece Written in Exile

  • The Role of Central Planning in English Romanesque Chapter House Design

    William Gardner

    The Role of Central Planning in English Romanesque Chapter House Design

  • Taddeo Gaddi's Baroncelli Chapel: Studies in Design and Content

    Robert Janson-LaPalme

    Taddeo Gaddi's Baroncelli Chapel: Studies in Design and Content

  • Chang Sheng-Wen's Long Roll of Buddhist Images: A Reconstruction and Iconology

    Moritaka Matsumoto

    Chang Sheng-Wen's Long Roll of Buddhist Images: A Reconstruction and Iconology

  • Studies in the Later Works of Sandro Botticelli

    Roberta Olson

    Studies in the Later Works of Sandro Botticelli

  • Megarian Bowls in the Athenian Agora

    Susan Rotroff

    Megarian Bowls in the Athenian Agora

  • Santi di Tito

    Jack Spalding

    Santi di Tito

  • Illustrated Manuscripts of Pseudo-Ephraem's Life of Joseph and the Romance of Joseph and Asenath

    Gary Vikan

    Illustrated Manuscripts of Pseudo-Ephraem's Life of Joseph and the Romance of Joseph and Asenath

  • Federico Barocci: Anima Naturaliter

    Gary Walters

    Federico Barocci: Anima Naturaliter

  • The Medici Villa at Olmo a Castello: Its History and Iconography

    David Wright

    The Medici Villa at Olmo a Castello: Its History and Iconography

     

1975

  • Watteau and the North

    Oliver Banks

    Watteau and the North

  • Gian Lorenzo Bernini: The Development of an Architectural Iconography

    George Bauer

    Gian Lorenzo Bernini: The Development of an Architectural Iconography

  • Rubens and the Counter-Reformation: Studies in His Religious Paintings between 1609 and 1620

    Thomas Glen

    Rubens and the Counter-Reformation: Studies in His Religious Paintings between 1609 and 1620

  • Old Testament Cycles of Illustration in the English Psalter in Munich, Clm. 835

    Henry Graham

    Old Testament Cycles of Illustration in the English Psalter in Munich, Clm. 835

  • Gauguin in the Context of Symbolism

    Vojtech Jirat-Wasiutynski

    Gauguin in the Context of Symbolism

  • The Villa Lante at Bagnaia

    Claudia Lazzaro

    The Villa Lante at Bagnaia

  • Pietro Lorenzetti and Assisi

    Hayden Maginnis

    Pietro Lorenzetti and Assisi

  • The History of Decius Mus by Peter Paul Rubens

    Micheline Moisan

    The History of Decius Mus by Peter Paul Rubens

  • The Colonial Revival

    William Rhoads

    The Colonial Revival

  • Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute

    Robert Rorex

    Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute

  • Problems of Moku'an Rei'en (?1323–1345)

    Yoshiaki Shimizu

    Problems of Moku'an Rei'en (?1323–1345)

1974

  • Joseph Maria Olbrich and Vienna

    Robert Clark

    Joseph Maria Olbrich and Vienna

  • The Pedimental Sculptures from Olympia and the Oresteia of Aeschylus: Studies in Uses of the Visual

    Ruth Gais

    The Pedimental Sculptures from Olympia and the Oresteia of Aeschylus: Studies in Uses of the Visual

  • Clay Impressions from Attic Metalwork

    Ellen Reeder

    Clay Impressions from Attic Metalwork

  • Studies in the Personal Imagery of Cosimo I de'Medici, Duke of Florence

    Paul Richelson

    Studies in the Personal Imagery of Cosimo I de'Medici, Duke of Florence

  • Abraham Van Diepenbeeck

    David Steadman

    Abraham Van Diepenbeeck

1973

  • City Planning in Turin 1800–1865: From Napoleon I to the First Capital of Italy

    Claude Bergeron

    City Planning in Turin 1800–1865: From Napoleon I to the First Capital of Italy

  • John Soane's Architectural Education 1753–1780

    Pierre de la Ruff Prey

    John Soane's Architectural Education 1753–1780

1972

  • The Terracottas of Morgantina: 400–50 B.C.

    Malcolm Bell

    The Terracottas of Morgantina: 400–50 B.C.

  • The Salerno Ivories

    Robert Bergman

    The Salerno Ivories

  • The Drawings of Jacopo Bertoia

    Diane DeGrazia Bohlin

    The Drawings of Jacopo Bertoia

  • Niccolo and Piero Lamberti

    George Goldner

    Niccolo and Piero Lamberti

  • The Last Judgment in Sixteenth-Century Northern Europe: A Study in Art, Revolution, and Change

    Craig Harbison

    The Last Judgment in Sixteenth-Century Northern Europe: A Study in Art, Revolution, and Change

  • The Princeton Core and the Alyzian Cycle

    John Kenfield

    The Princeton Core and the Alyzian Cycle

  • The European Background of the Formation of a Baroque Expression in Literature and Art

    Glen Scott

    The European Background of the Formation of a Baroque Expression in Literature and Art

  • Studies Related to the Theban Cycle on Late Etruscan Funerary Urns

    Jocelyn Small

    Studies Related to the Theban Cycle on Late Etruscan Funerary Urns

1971

  • The Villa Medici In Rome

    Glenn Andres

    The Villa Medici In Rome

  • The Architectural Theories of Francesco di Giorgio

    Richard Betts

    The Architectural Theories of Francesco di Giorgio

  • Sculpture from the Necropolis of Taranto

    Joseph Carter

    Sculpture from the Necropolis of Taranto

  • The Lycian City-Reliefs and Their Mediterranean Traditions

    William Childs

    The Lycian City-Reliefs and Their Mediterranean Traditions

  • Studies on the Early Traditions of the Oresteia Legend in Art and Literature with Related Studies on the Suicide of Ajax

    Mark Davies

    Studies on the Early Traditions of the Oresteia Legend in Art and Literature with Related Studies on the Suicide of Ajax

  • The Polychromatic Ceramics of Centuripe

    Paul Deussen

    The Polychromatic Ceramics of Centuripe

  • The Architecture of George Dance the Younger

    Harold Kalman

    The Architecture of George Dance the Younger

  • Charles-Louis Clérisseau and the Roman Revival

    Thomas McCormick

    Charles-Louis Clérisseau and the Roman Revival

  • The Casino of Pius IV in the Vatican Gardens

    Graham Smith

    The Casino of Pius IV in the Vatican Gardens

1970

  • The Iconography of the Full-Page Miniatures of the Benedictional of Aethelwold

    Robert Deshman

    The Iconography of the Full-Page Miniatures of the Benedictional of Aethelwold

  • The Prytaneion: Its Function and Architectural Form

    Stephen Miller

    The Prytaneion: Its Function and Architectural Form

  • The Octateuch Miniatures of the Byzantine Manuscripts of Cosmas Indicopleustes

    Doula Mouriki

    The Octateuch Miniatures of the Byzantine Manuscripts of Cosmas Indicopleustes45t

  • The Works and Doctrine of Jacques Ignace Hittorf (1792–1867): Structural Innovation and Formal Expression in French Architecture, 1810–1867

    Donald Schneider

    The Works and Doctrine of Jacques Ignace Hittorf (1792–1867): Structural Innovation and Formal Expression in French Architecture, 1810–1867

  • The Iconography of the Facade Decoration of the Cathedral of Orvieto

    Michael Taylor

    The Iconography of the Facade Decoration of the Cathedral of Orvieto

1969

  • The Sculptures of Divinities from Hatra

    Wathiq al-Salihi

    The Sculptures of Divinities from Hatra

  • The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Chronology of Greek Pottery: A Critical Examination of the Epigraphical and Literay Sources for the Absolute Chronology of Greek Pottery in the Late Bronze and Iron AgesHubert Allen III

    Hubert Allen

    The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Chronology of Greek Pottery: A Critical Examination of the Epigraphical and Literay Sources for the Absolute Chronology of Greek Pottery in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages

  • In Quest of the Primordial Line: The Genesis and Content of Tao Chi's Hua-Yu-Lu

    Ju-Hsi Chou

    In Quest of the Primordial Line: The Genesis and Content of Tao Chi's Hua-Yu-Lu

1968

  • Studies in the Career of Skopas

    Steven Lattimore

    Studies in the Career of Skopas

  • Anton Raphael Mengs and Neoclassicism: His Art, His Influence and His Reputation

    Thomas Pelzel

    Anton Raphael Mengs and Neoclassicism: His Art, His Influence and His Reputation

  • The Architectural Ornament of Louis Sullivan and His Chief Draftsmen

    Paul Sprague

    The Architectural Ornament of Louis Sullivan and His Chief Draftsmen

  • The Study of the Byzantine Gospel Illustrations in Florence Laur. Plut. VI 23 and Paris Bibl. Nat. cod. Gr. 74

    Shigebumi Tsuji

    The Study of the Byzantine Gospel Illustrations in Florence Laur. Plut. VI 23 and Paris Bibl. Nat. cod. Gr. 74

  • Angelica Kauffman

    Peter Walch

    Angelica Kauffman

1967

  • Li Kung-lin's Hsiao Ching T'u: Illustrations of the Classic of Filial Piety

    Richard Barnhart

    Li Kung-lin's Hsiao Ching T'u: Illustrations of the Classic of Filial Piety

  • The Adam Style in America: 1770–1820

    Sterling Boyd

    The Adam Style in America: 1770–1820

  • The Aisled Tetraconch

    Eugene Kleinbauer

    The Aisled Tetraconch

  • The Iconography of the Frescoes of the Life of Christ in the Church of Sant'Angelo in Formis

    Charles Minott

    The Iconography of the Frescoes of the Life of Christ in the Church of Sant'Angelo in Formis

  • Macella: A Study in Roman Archaeology

    Ned Nabers

    Macella: A Study in Roman Archaeology

1966

  • The Architecture of English Theatres: 1760–1860

    Rand Carter

    The Architecture of English Theatres: 1760–1860

  • Architectural Preservation: American Development and Antecedents Abroad

    Stephen Jacobs

    Architectural Preservation: American Development and Antecedents Abroad

  • Prolegomena to the Ulysses Gallery and the School of Fontainebleau

    McAllister Johnson

    Prolegomena to the Ulysses Gallery and the School of Fontainebleau

  • Asher Brown Durand: His Art and Art Theory in Relation to His Times

    David Lawall

    Asher Brown Durand: His Art and Art Theory in Relation to His Times

  • Philippe de Champaigne: Studies in Style, Theory and Jansenist Influence

    Olan Rand

    Philippe de Champaigne: Studies in Style, Theory and Jansenist Influence

  • Studies in the Early Projects of the Periklean Building Program

    Leslie Shear

    Studies in the Early Projects of the Periklean Building Program

  • Monticelli and the Rococo Revival

    Aaron Sheon

    Monticelli and the Rococo Revival

  • Georg Kolbe (1877–1947)

    Kurt von Meier

    Georg Kolbe (1877–1947)

1965

  • Watteau's Drawings: Their Use and Significance

    Martin Eidelberg

    Watteau's Drawings: Their Use and Significance

  • The Sources and the Construction of the Genesis, Exodus, Majestas, and Apocalypse Frontispiece Illustrations in the Ninth-Century Touronian Bibles

    Herbert L. Kessler

    The Sources and the Construction of the Genesis, Exodus, Majestas, and Apocalypse Frontispiece Illustrations in the Ninth-Century Touronian Bibles

  • The Rise of Ink-wash Landscape Painting in the T'ang Dynasty

    Kiyohiko Munakata

    The Rise of Ink-wash Landscape Painting in the T'ang Dynasty

  • Studies in the Early Art of Domenichino

    Richard Spear

    Studies in the Early Art of Domenichino

  • The Figure Paintings of Salvator Rosa

    Richard Wallace

    The Figure Paintings of Salvator Rosa

  • The Early Career of Piet Mondrian: The "Naturalistic" Periods

    Robert Welsh

    The Early Career of Piet Mondrian: The "Naturalistic" Periods

  • Chang Tse-Tuan's Ch'ing-Ming Shang-Ho T'u

    Roderick Whitfield

    Chang Tse-Tuan's Ch'ing-Ming Shang-Ho T'u

1964

  • The Structure of Lomazzo's Treatise on Painting

    Gerald Ackerman

    The Structure of Lomazzo's Treatise on Painting

  • Painting in Seville from Pacheco to Murillo: A Study of Artistic Transition

    Jonathan Brown

    Painting in Seville from Pacheco to Murillo: A Study of Artistic Transition

  • Early Anglican Architecture, 1558–1662: Its Theological Implications and Its Relation to the Continental Background

    John Schnorrenberg

    Early Anglican Architecture, 1558–1662: Its Theological Implications and Its Relation to the Continental Background

  • Hagne Thea: A Study of Sicilian Demeter

    Donald White

    Hagne Thea: A Study of Sicilian Demeter

1963

  • The Role of Man Ray in the Dada and Surrealist Movements

    Carl Belz

    The Role of Man Ray in the Dada and Surrealist Movements

  • Nicolas Poussin and the Natural Order

    Charles Dempsey

    Nicolas Poussin and the Natural Order

  • John Constable's Writings on Art

    Louis Hawes

    John Constable's Writings on Art

  • The Romance of the Maccabees in Medieval Art and Literature

    Robert McGrath

    The Romance of the Maccabees in Medieval Art and Literature

  • Ambrogio Figino: A Study in Eclectic Mannerism

    James Turnure

    Ambrogio Figino: A Study in Eclectic Mannerism

1962

  • The Frescoes of Pietro Da Cortona in the Palazzo Pitti and Related Problems

    Malcolm Campbell

    The Frescoes of Pietro Da Cortona in the Palazzo Pitti and Related Problems

  • The Barberini Mosaic: Sunt Hominum Animaliumque Complures Imagines

    Kyle Meredith Phillips

    The Barberini Mosaic: Sunt Hominum Animaliumque Complures Imagines

1961

  • Dolce’s "Arentino" and Venetian Art Theory of the Cinquecento

    Mark Roskill

    Dolce’s "Arentino" and Venetian Art Theory of the Cinquecento

1960

  • The Marginal Drawings of the Bury St. Edmunds Psalter (Rome, Vatican Library Ms. Reg. Lat. 12)

    Robert Harris

    The Marginal Drawings of the Bury St. Edmunds Psalter (Rome, Vatican Library Ms. Reg. Lat. 12)

  • The Elder Turtles of Aigina

    Ross Holloway

    The Elder Turtles of Aigina

  • The Sources of the Ivories of the Ada School

    Thomas Hoving

    The Sources of the Ivories of the Ada School

  • Sources of Delacroix's Art Theory

    George Mras

    Sources of Delacroix's Art Theory

  • The Position of "La mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires, même" (1915–1923) in the Stylistic and Iconographic Development of the Art of Marcel Duchamp

    Lawrence Steefel

    The Position of "La mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires, même" (1915–1923) in the Stylistic and Iconographic Development of the Art of Marcel Duchamp

1959

  • Whistler and the Aesthetic Movement

    Eugene Becker

    Whistler and the Aesthetic Movement

  • Image of a University: A Study of Architecture as an Expression of Education at Colleges and Universities in the United States between 1800 and 1900

    Albert Bush-Brown

    Image of a University: A Study of Architecture as an Expression of Education at Colleges and Universities in the United States between 1800 and 1900

  • The Early Life of John Neagle, Philadelphia Portrait Painter

    Ransom R. Patrick

    The Early Life of John Neagle, Philadelphia Portrait Painter

  • Studies in Sixteenth Century Italian Landscape Painting

    Richard Turner

    Studies in Sixteenth Century Italian Landscape Painting

1958

  • The "Hispanorvm" Coins: Problems in Sicilian Numismatics and History

    Kenan T. Erim

    The "Hispanorvm" Coins: Problems in Sicilian Numismatics and History

  • Five Hundred Lohans at the Daitokuji

    Wen C. Fong

    Five Hundred Lohans at the Daitokuji

  • The Illustrations of the Liturgical Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus

    George Galavaris

    The Illustrations of the Liturgical Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus

  • Bachiacca Studies: The Uses of Imitation

    Howard Merritt

    Bachiacca Studies: The Uses of Imitation

1957

  • The Miniatures of the Trial in the Rossano Gospels

    William Loerke

    The Miniatures of the Trial in the Rossano Gospels

  • Geertgen tot Sint Jans and the Haarlem School of Painting

    James Snyder

    Geertgen tot Sint Jans and the Haarlem School of Painting

1956

  • French Eighteenth Century Drawings: Studies in Theory and Practice

    Hereward Lester Cooke

    French Eighteenth Century Drawings: Studies in Theory and Practice

  • Jacques Boyceau, Sieur de la Barauderie: The Origins of the French Formal Garden

    Hamilton Hazlehurst

    Jacques Boyceau, Sieur de la Barauderie: The Origins of the French Formal Garden

  • Abstract-Expressionist Painting in America: An Interpretation Based on the Work and Thought of Six Key Figures

    William Seitz

    Abstract-Expressionist Painting in America: An Interpretation Based on the Work and Thought of Six Key Figures

  • The Miniatures of the Paris Manuscript Coptic 13

    Samy Shenouda

    The Miniatures of the Paris Manuscript Coptic 13

  • Bronzino Studies

    Craig Hugh Smyth

    Bronzino Studies

  • William Page: "The American Titian"

    Joshua Taylor

    William Page: "The American Titian"

1954

  • Pirro Ligorio and the Villa d'Este

    David Coffin

    Pirro Ligorio and the Villa d'Este

  • The Origins and Development of the Early Style of Lorenzo Monaco

    Marvin Eisenberg

    The Origins and Development of the Early Style of Lorenzo Monaco

  • The Central Portal Sculpture of the Church of Saint-Maurice at Vienne

    Robert Koch

    The Central Portal Sculpture of the Church of Saint-Maurice at Vienne

1952

  • The Work of Théodore Géricault

    Lorenz Eitner

    The Work of Théodore Géricault

  • Latrobe, Jefferson and the National Capitol

    Paul Norton

    Latrobe, Jefferson and the National Capitol

1950

  • Church Architecture in New France

    Alan Gowans

    Church Architecture in New France

  • William Jay, Regency Architect in Georgia and South Carolina

    James Vernon McDonough

    William Jay, Regency Architect in Georgia and South Carolina

  • Andrew Jackson Downing

    George B. Tatum

    Andrew Jackson Downing

1949

  • French Painting, 1848–1870: Artists, Critics, and Traditions

    Joseph C. Sloane

    French Painting, 1848–1870: Artists, Critics, and Traditions

  • The Architecture of Islamic Iran: The Il Khanid Period

    Donald Wilber

    The Architecture of Islamic Iran: The Il Khanid Period

1947

  • The Holy Crown of Hungary

    Patrick J. Kelleher

    The Holy Crown of Hungary

  • The Illustration of the Heavenly Ladder of John Climax

    John R. Martin

    The Illustration of the Heavenly Ladder of John Climax

1944

  • The Evolution of Buddhist Architecture in Japan

    Alexander C. Soper

    The Evolution of Buddhist Architecture in Japan

1943

  • The Hellenistic and Roman Tableware of North Syria

    Frederick O. Waagé

    The Hellenistic and Roman Tableware of North Syria

1941

  • The Romanesque Sculpture of Lanquedoc and Spain in the Late Eleventh and Early Twelfth Centuries

    David Robb

    The Romanesque Sculpture of Lanquedoc and Spain in the Late Eleventh and Early Twelfth Centuries

  • Roman Pottery from the Athenian Agora

    Henry Robinson

    Roman Pottery from the Athenian Agora

1939

  • Siculo-Arabic Painted Ivories of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

    Perry B. Cott

    Siculo-Arabic Painted Ivories of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • The Labors of the Months

    James Carson Webster

    The Labors of the Months

1934

  • Jacomart Baco and Johan Rexach: A Study of Valencian Painting in the Quattrocento

    Lester D. Longman

    Jacomart Baco and Johan Rexach: A Study of Valencian Painting in the Quattrocento

1933

  • The Greek Elements in the Utrecht Psalter: Their Origin and Dispersion

    Demetrius Tselos

    The Greek Elements in the Utrecht Psalter: Their Origin and Dispersion

1932

  • Royal Sarcophagi of the XVIII Dynasty (Down to and Including That of Amenhotep)

    William C. Hayes

    Royal Sarcophagi of the XVIII Dynasty (Down to and Including That of Amenhotep)

1931

  • Early Medieval Ivory Carvings

    Edward J. Capps

    Early Medieval Ivory Carvings

1921

  • A Group of Roman Imperial Portraits at Corinth: The Neo-Attic School in Greece

    Emerson Swift

    A Group of Roman Imperial Portraits at Corinth: The Neo-Attic School in Greece

1918

  • Coptic Style

    Arthur Bye

    Coptic Style

1916

  • Pietro Lorenzetti

    Ernest T. DeWald

    Pietro Lorenzetti

1915

  • Early Christian Iconography: A School of Ivory Carvers in Provence

    Baldwin Smith

    Early Christian Iconography: A School of Ivory Carvers in Provence

1914

  • Medieval Church Vaulting

    Clarence Ward

    Medieval Church Vaulting

1912

  • Hellenistic Architecture in Syria

    Butler Murray

    Hellenistic Architecture in Syria

1911

  • The Bronze Doors of the Abbey of Monte Cassino and of St. Paul's, Rome

    Thomas J. Preston

    The Bronze Doors of the Abbey of Monte Cassino and of St. Paul's, Rome

1908

  • Themes from St. John's Gospel in Early Roman Catacomb Painting

    Clark D. Lamberton

    Themes from St. John's Gospel in Early Roman Catacomb Painting