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0078 Carla Varela Fernandes, PATHOS – the bodies of Christ on the Cross. Rhetoric of suffering in wooden sculpture found in Portugal, twelfth-fourteenth centuries. A few examples
In Portuguese medieval art, freestanding wooden sculptures representing Christ on the Cross are among the less studied typologies. For this reason, it is important to discuss and question some of the [...]
0077 Pavla Machalíková, Handwerklicher Hintergrund und Perspektiven akademischer Studien. Zum Frühwerk Joseph Führichs
The study of the early works by Joseph Führich helps to elucidate his role in the formation of the national schools of painting as understood by the early 19th century. It also reveals the [...]
0076 Katarina Horvat-Levaj and Margareta Turkalj Podmanicki, A Viennese Project in Valpovo (Croatia)
The Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary in Valpovo (1733–1736), exceptional both in its spatial organization and the design of its exterior, was constructed in specific [...]
0075 Iain Boyd Whyte, Nikolaus Pevsner: art history, nation, and exile
In September 1933, Nikolaus Pevsner travelled to England as a refugee from National Socialist Germany. This article investigates Pevsner's continuing debt at this time to German art history in general, and to [...]
0074 Nissim Gal, Traces of the Unrepresentable in the Modernist Discourse of Clement Greenberg and Michael Fried
The present essay aims to remap the modernist writing of Clement Greenberg and his successor Michael Fried from the late 1930s to the 1960s. Attentive reading of the canonical texts they authored will surprisingly reveal that [...]
0073 John Richards, Oblivion Deferred: Altichiero in the Fifteenth Century
Altichiero was the dominant north Italian painter of the later Trecento. In Padua, in the 1370s and early 1380s, he worked for patrons close to Petrarch and [...]
0072 Leonor de Oliveira, Politics, Diplomatic Relations and Institutional Promotion through Modern Art – the British Art of the Twentieth Century Exhibition in Portugal, 1962
In 1962, the British Council and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation organised in Portugal an exhibition of modern British art, which had an impact not only [...]
0071 Michael Falser, From Gaillon to Sanchi, from Vézelay to Angkor Wat. The Musée Indo-chinois in Paris: A Transcultural Perspective on Architectural Museums
The transfer and display of Asian monumental architecture was a powerful means to appropriate the built cultural heritage of the colonies for the European métropole. Addressing a scientific desideratum [...]
0070 Adrian-Silvan Ionescu, Szathmári, un mare artist documentarist
This article is about Carol Pop de Szathmari, born in Cluj, Transylvania, in 1812. Being a passionate traveller, [...]
0069 Rachel Esner, In the Artist's Studio with L'Illustration
This article explores the two series of visits to the artist's studio that appeared in the famed French illustrated magazine L'Illustration in the 1850s and in 1886. An in-depth examination of both the texts and images reveals the [...]
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