Publication News: New Issue of Journal of Art Historiography

Number 9 of the Journal of Art Historiography is online! Of particular interest to the medieval art researcher is this issue’s focus on Travelling Artists in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, as well as a review of the 2012 publication Reassessing the Roles of Women as ‘Makers’ of Medieval Art and Architecture, edited by Therese Martin. See below for links to these contributions. In order to access all content of the journal’s new issue, please click here.

Travelling Artists in Medieval and Renaissance Europe:
Sandra Cardarelli, ‘Travelling Artists in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: An Introduction’ (PDF)
Sandra Cardarelli, ‘Antonio Ghini and Andrea di Francesco Guardi: Two 15th-century Tuscan Artists in the Service of Local Governments’ (PDF)
Katja Fält, ‘Locality, nation and the ‘primitive’ – notions about the identities of late medieval non-professional wall painters in Finnish historiography from 1880 to 1940’ (PDF)
Michelle Moseley-Christian, ‘Confluence of Costume, Cartography and Early Modern European Chorography’ (PDF)
Cinzia Maria Sicca, ‘Vasari’s Vite and Italian artists in sixteenth-century England’ (PDF)

Review:

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Kathryn A. Smith, ‘Medieval women are “good to think’ with”. Review of: Therese Martin, ed., Reassessing the Roles of Women as ‘Makers’ of Medieval Art and Architecture, Visualising the Middle Ages, volume 7, 2 vols, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012, 1, 280 pp., 287 b&w illustrations, 32 colour plates, ISBN:  978-90-04-18555-5 (hardback), E-ISBN:  978-90-04-22832-0, Euro 215.00 / US$ 299.00. (PDF)

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