The Art Bulletin 2005

The Art Bulletin 2005

The Art Bulletin publishes leading scholarship in the English language in all aspects of art history as practiced in the academy, museums, and other institutions. From its founding in 1913, the journal has published, through rigorous peer review, scholarly articles and critical reviews of the highest quality in all areas and periods of the history of art. Articles take a variety of methodological approaches, from the historical to the theoretical. In its mission as a journal of record, The Art Bulletin fosters an intensive engagement with intellectual developments and debates in contemporary art-historical practice. It is published four times a year: in March, June, September, and December. The Art Bulletin is published in print and online and is available as a benefit of membership in CAA.

Series information

Art Bulletin March 2005

Vision, Devotion, and Difficulty in the Psalter Hours “of Yolande of Soissons”| Behind the Sensationalism: Images of a Decaying Corpse in Japanese Buddhist Art| “Pictures (the Most Part Bawdy)”: The Anglo-Japanese Painting Trade in the Early 1600s| Pregnancy and Pathology: Picturing Childbirth in Eighteenth-Century Obstetric Atlases| Communism in Furs: A Dream of Prehistory in William Morris's John Ball| Cézanne and Delacroix's Posthumous Reputation| Otto Wagner and the Steinhof Psychiatric Hospital: Architecture as Misunderstanding| Book Reviews| Books Received: (September–October 2004)

Art Bulletin June 2005

A Borderland Colloquy: Altar Q, Copán, Honduras| Nature and the Chapel Vaults at Ingolstadt: Structuralist and Other Perspectives| Iconoclasm and the Creation of Images in Emanuel de Witte's Old Church in Amsterdam| Wright's Baghdad Opera House and Gammage Auditorium: In Search of Regional Modernity| Caribbean Espiritismo (Spiritist) Altars: The Indian and the Congo| Exhibition Review| Book Reviews| U.S. and Canadian Dissertations, 2004| Books Received: (November 2004–January 2005)

Art Bulletin September 2005

Toward a New Model of Renaissance Anachronism| Response: Historia and Anachronism in Renaissance Art| Response: Nihil sub Sole Novum| Response: Time Out of Joint| The Authors Reply| Funerary Monuments and Collective Identity: From Roman Family to Christian Community| Constructing a Byzantine Augusta: A Greek Book for a French Bride| Portrait and Counter-Portrait in Holbein's The Family of Sir Thomas More| From “Curious” to Canonical: Jehan Roy de France and the Origins of the French School| Book Reviews| Books Received: (February–March 2005)

Art Bulletin December 2005

As Excrement to Sacrament: The Dissimulated Pagan Idol of Ste-Marie d'Oloron| Fount of Mercy, City of Blood: Cultic Anti-Judaism and the Pulkau Passion Altarpiece| Myth and the New Science: Vico, Tiepolo, and the Language of the Optimates| Everyday Life in Motion: The Art of Walking in Late-Nineteenth-Century Paris| Nihonga Meets Gu Kaizhi: A Japanese Copy of a Chinese Painting in the British Museum| Exhibition Review| Book Reviews| Books Received: (April–July 2005)| Index to Volume LXXXVII, 2005