Welcome to RIHA Journal, an international, peer-reviewed online-journal for the history of art!

  • New Articles in RIHA Journal:


0130 0129 0128 0127 0126


0130 Beket Bukovinská, Philipp van den Bossche – Sac. Caes. Mai. Phrygiarius
The text summs up the knowledge on the personality of Philipp van den Bossche who worked at the Prague court of Rudolph II as a silk-embroider. Heinrich Modern opened a fresh view on this artist as an outstanding landscape drawer [...]
0129 Rosa Vives Piqué, Looking at Patterns and Motifs
The article takes as its point of departure the various meanings of the Spanish word "trama", observing and ordering these as they relate to different aspects of the art of printmaking. The phenomenon of trama [...]
0128 Anne Ring Petersen, American Connections: The early works of Thomas Bang
The early works of the Danish artist Thomas Bang were profoundly shaped by the contemporary movements in American art of the 1960s and 1970s when sculpture became a hotbed of expansive experiments [...]
0127 Sven Schuster, The "Brazilian Native" on Display: Indianist Artwork and Ethnographic Exhibits at the World's Fairs, 1862-1889
Between 1862 and 1889, the Empire of Brazil participated in the most important world's fairs in Europe and North America. Representations of Brazil's population and culture [...]
0126 Iva Pasini Tržec und Ljerka Dulibić, Zwei Gemälde niederländischer Meister in Zagreb – Provenienz und Rezeptionsgeschichte
The authors present the complex reception history of two paintings in the Dutch Painting Collection at the Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters in Zagreb, reconstructing their provenance [...]
Document Actions
Preannouncement: Forthcoming Special Issues
RIHA Journal accepted for ERIH plus!
RIHA Journal on Twitter!
Gulbenkian Foundation supports RIHA Journal
More news…
Citation Databases

RIHA Journal is indexed by the following citation databases:

The inclusion in these databases testifies to RIHA Journal's high standards of quality and its international scope.