The Art Bulletin 2004

The Art Bulletin 2004

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 June 2004

Beyond Suzhou: Region and Memory in the Gardens of Sichuan| The Tang Architectural Icon and the Politics of Chinese Architectural History| Dürer's Melencolia I: Plato's Abandoned Search for the Beautiful| This Was Tomorrow: Pieter Aertsen's Meat Stall as Contemporary Art| Foods and the Body in Italian Genre Paintings, about 1580: Campi, Passarotti, Carracci| Benjamin West, John Galt, and the Biography of 1816| In the Manner of Duchamp, 1942–47: The Years of the “Mirrorical Return”| Book Reviews| U.S. Dissertations, 2003| Books Received: June

Art Bulletin September 2004

Portal of Empire and Wealth: Jacopo Sansovino's Entrance to the Venetian Mint| From Allegri to Laetus-Lieto: The Shaping of Correggio's Artistic Distinctiveness| New and Improved: Repetition as Originality in Italian Baroque Practice and Theory| Poussin's Reflection| “Extend the Sphere”: Charles Willson Peale's Panorama of Annapolis| Remapping Borders: Ren Bonian's Frontier Paintings and Urban Life in 1880s Shanghai| “From Baby's First Bath”: Kaō Soap and Modern Japanese Commercial Design| Book Reviews| Books Received: (February–April 2004)|

Art Bulletin December 2004

Art Imitates Architecture: The Saint Philip Reliquary in Renaissance Florence| Poussin, Plague, and Early Modern Medicine| By the Sword and the Plow: Théodore Chassériau's Cour des Comptes Murals and Algeria| Hats and Hierarchy in Gustave Courbet's The Meeting|Photography, Painting, and Charles Sheeler's View of New York| Impossible Distance: Past and Present in the Study of Dürer and Grünewald| Exhibition Review| Book Reviews| Books Received: (June–September 2004)| Index to Volume LXXXVI, 2004