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Routledge Research in Art History


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Routledge Research in Art History is our home for the latest scholarship in the field of art history. The series publishes research monographs and edited collections, covering areas including art history, theory, and visual culture. These high-level books focus on art and artists from around the world and from a multitude of time periods. By making these studies available to the worldwide academic community, the series aims to promote quality art history research.

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The Making of Henry Moore on Film A Cultural History

The Making of Henry Moore on Film A Cultural History

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Katerina Loukopoulou
January 01, 2021

Art historians have recognised the relationship between photography and sculpture as a fertile ground for the study of sculpture's intermedial relations. In the case of Henry Moore, the role of photography (both as source material and form of documentation) has recently become a new terrain for ...

Mobility and Identity in U.S. Genre Painting Painting at the Threshold

Mobility and Identity in U.S. Genre Painting Painting at the Threshold

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Lacey Baradel
December 31, 2020

This book examines the portrayal of themes of boundary crossing, itinerancy, relocation, and displacement in United States genre paintings during the second half of the long nineteenth century (c. 1860–1910). Through four diachronic case studies, the book reveals how the high-stakes politics of ...

History and Art History Looking Past Disciplines

History and Art History Looking Past Disciplines

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Nicholas Chare, Mitchell B. Frank
November 30, 2020

Through a series of cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary interventions, leading international scholars of history and art history explore ways in which the study of images enhances knowledge of the past and informs our understanding of the present. Cumulatively, the contributions, which range ...

Iconology, Neoplatonism, and the Arts in the Renaissance

Iconology, Neoplatonism, and the Arts in the Renaissance

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Berthold Hub, Sergius Kodera
September 24, 2020

The mid-twentieth century saw a change in paradigms of art history: iconology. The main claim of this novel trend in art history was that renowned Renaissance artists (such as Botticelli, Leonardo, or Michelangelo) created imaginative syntheses between their art and contemporary cosmology, ...

The Reception of the Printed Image in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries Multiplied and Modified

The Reception of the Printed Image in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries Multiplied and Modified

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Grażyna Jurkowlaniec, Magdalena Herman
September 02, 2020

This book examines the early development of the graphic arts from the perspectives of material things, human actors and immaterial representations while broadening the geographic field of inquiry to Central Europe and the British Isles and considering the reception of the prints on other continents...

Picturing Courtiers and Nobles from Castiglione to Van Dyck Self Representation by Early Modern Elites

Picturing Courtiers and Nobles from Castiglione to Van Dyck Self Representation by Early Modern Elites

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John Peacock
August 10, 2020

This interdisciplinary study examines painted portraiture as a defining metaphor of elite self-representation in early modern culture. Beginning with Castiglione’s Book of the Courtier (1528), the most influential early modern account of the formation of elite identity, the argument traces a path ...

The Lower Niger Bronzes Beyond Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, and Benin

The Lower Niger Bronzes Beyond Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, and Benin

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Philip M. Peek
July 28, 2020

This book demonstrates that copper-alloy casting was widespread in southern Nigeria and has been practiced for at least a millennium. Philip M. Peek’s research provides a critical context for the better-known casting traditions of Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, and Benin. Both the necessary ores and casting ...

Art, Mobility, and Exchange in Early Modern Tuscany and Eurasia

Art, Mobility, and Exchange in Early Modern Tuscany and Eurasia

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Francesco Freddolini, Marco Musillo
July 23, 2020

This book explores how the Medici Grand Dukes pursued ways to expand their political, commercial, and cultural networks beyond Europe, cultivating complex relations with the Ottoman Empire and other Islamicate regions, and looking further east to India, China, and Japan. The chapters in this volume...

Emilio Sanchez in New York and Latin America

Emilio Sanchez in New York and Latin America

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Victor Deupi
July 13, 2020

This book focuses on the life and artistic activities of Emilio Sanchez (1921–1999) in New York, and Latin America in the 1940s and 1950s. More specifically, the book will consider Sanchez in the wider context of mid-century Cuban artists, and cross-cultural exchange between New York, Cuba, and the...

The Cobra Movement in Postwar Europe Reanimating Art

The Cobra Movement in Postwar Europe Reanimating Art

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Karen Kurczynski
July 13, 2020

This book examines the art of Cobra, a network of poets and artists from Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam (1948–1951). Although the name stood for the organizers’ home cities, the Cobra artists hailed from countries in Europe, Africa, and the United States. This book investigates how a group of ...

Henri Bertin and the Representation of China in Eighteenth-Century France

Henri Bertin and the Representation of China in Eighteenth-Century France

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John Finlay
July 10, 2020

This is an in-depth study of the intellectual, technical, and artistic encounters between Europe and China in the late eighteenth century, focusing on the purposeful acquisition of information and images that characterized a direct engagement with the idea of "China." The central figure in this ...

New York: Art and Cultural Capital of the Gilded Age

New York: Art and Cultural Capital of the Gilded Age

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Margaret R. Laster, Chelsea Bruner
July 07, 2020

Fueled by a flourishing capitalist economy, undergirded by advancements in architectural design and urban infrastructure, and patronized by growing bourgeois and elite classes, New York’s built environment was dramatically transformed in the 1870s and 1880s. This book argues that this constituted ...

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