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Journal of Art Historiography, No. 27 and Supplement, December 22

Richard Woodfield, University of Birmingham

Number 27 December 2022:


Studies on the Cicognara Library, Part 2 of a series – Guest edited by Jeanne-Marie Musto (New York Public Library)

Jeanne-Marie Musto, Introduction 27/JM1

Elena Granuzzo (Ca Foscari University of Venice), Leopoldo Cicognara and his library: Formation and significance of a collection (I) 27/EG1

The Print in the Codex, Part 2 of a series – Guest edited by Jeanne-Marie Musto

Jeanne-Marie Musto, Introduction 27/JM2

Silvia Massa (Kupferstich-Kabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), From the reliure mobile to the Schraubband. Collecting and storing prints in adjustable albums at the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin 27/SM1

Supplement: Digital Humanities for art history 2022 – Guest edited by Andrew Hopkins (Università degli studi dellAquila) 1

General papers

Oystein Holdø (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), The Argan-Brinckmann polemic (1932–33) and the reception of Piedmontese Baroque architecture 27/OH1

Krista Kodres (Academy of Arts in Tallinn), Revisioning Stalinist discourse of art: Mikhail Liebmans academic networks and his social art history 27/KK1

Kamini Vellodi (Edinburgh College of Art), On the question of a philosophical art history: philosophy, theory and thought 27/KV1

The young Hans Sedlmayr

Karl Johns (Independent), The young Hans Sedlmayr: Introduction to Sedlmayr translations 27/KJ3

J v Schlosser, Report on the Habilitation of Dr. Hans Sedlmayr, trans. Karl Johns (Independent) 27/KJ4

Hans Sedlmayr, History and the History of Art, trans. Karl Johns (Independent) 27/KJ

Hans Sedlmayr, Obituary: Julius Ritter von Schlosser 23 IX 1866 – 1 XII 1938, trans. Karl Johns (Independent) 27/KJ6

Letter from Otto Pächt to Meyer Schapiro concerning national constants (1934) trans. Christoph Irmscher. Originally published in its original German with English translation by Christoph Irmscher in Karl Johns, Austrian Art-Historical Method in the United States: Meyer Schapiro and Emil Kaufmann, Ideas Crossing the Atlantic: Theories, Normative Conceptions and Cultural Images ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz and Christoph Irmscher, Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2019, pp. 385-412. 27/KJ2


Karl Johns (Independent), Georg Sobotka: bibliography and three translations 27/KJ7

Benedetto Croce, A Theory of the Macchia trans. Ricardo De Mambro Santos (Willamette University) 27/RdMS1


Andrew Hopkins, Not enough Baroque, Review of: Helen Hills (Hg.), Rethinking the Baroque, Farnham, Ashgate 2011. Originally published in Kunstchronik. Monatsschrift für Kunstwissenschaft, Museumswesen und Denkmalpflege: Mitteilungsblatt des Verbandes Deutscher Kunsthistoriker. ISSN: 2510-7534: 27/AH5 (

Conference Report

Henrik Karge (Technische Universität Dresden), Sabine Frommel (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris Sciences & Lettres Univerity) and Julia Walter (Technische Universität Dresden), The history of architectural history. The genesis and development of a scientific discipline between national perspectives and European models. Report on the international Symposium of the Technische Universität Dresden at the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca in Rome, in cooperation with the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris Sciences & Lettres Univerity 27/KFW1

Response to review

C. Oliver ODonnell (Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group, Warburg Institute, University of London), Art history and empiricism: a response to Ian Verstegens review of Meyer Schapiros Critical Debates 27/OD1


Rafael Cardoso (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro), Towards a truly global art history. Review of: 20th Century Indian Art: Modern, Post-Independence, Contemporary by Partha Mitter, Parul Dave Mukherji, Rakhee Balaram, London: Thames and Hudson 2022, 744 pp., heavily illustrated, £85.00, ISBN-10: ‎ 0500023328, ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0500023327. 27/RC1

Shana Cooperstein (Anne Arundel Community College), Historicizing pose: the body in the modern era. Review of: Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen, Modern Art & the Remaking of Human Disposition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2021, 352pp., $55.00 hdbk, ISBN: 9780226745046, $54.99 pdf & epub, ISBN: 9780226745183. 27/SC1

Jae Emerling (College of Arts +Architecture at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte), Relays, signals, actuality: a return to Focillon. Review of: Annamaria Ducci, Henri Focillon en son temps. La liberté des forms, Strasbourg: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg, 2021, 391 pp., 20 col. plates, 10 b. & w. illus, 26,00 €, ISBN 979-10-344-0079-9. 27/JE1

Birgit Hopfener (Carleton University in Ottawa), Art that explores history: Reconceptualizing contemporary arts historicity in the global framework. Review of: Eva Kernbauer, Art, History, and Anachronic Interventions Since 1990, New York City: Routledge, 2022. 260 pp., 53 colour ills, ISBN 9780367763251, Open Access, hbk £120.00. 27/BH1

Karl Johns (Independent), Schlosser redivus. Review of: Julius von Schlosser (1866-1938), Wiener Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte, vol, 66, 2021. 232 pp., 80 ills, Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 70,00 €, ISBN: 978-3-205-21443-4. 27/KJ1

Elizabeth Mansfield (Penn State), Field notes: contemporary art history as historiography. Review of: Terry Smith, Art to Come: Histories of Contemporary Art, Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2019, 456 pp., 84 b. & w. illus., £92.00 hdbk, £25.99 pbk ISBN 9781478001942. 27/EM1

Branko Mitrović (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Art historians and their textual behaviour. Review of: Sam Rose: Interpreting Art, London: UCL Press, 2022, 136 pages, 38 illustrations, ISBN: 978-1-80008-178-9. 27/BM1

Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius (Birkbeck College, University of London), Caricature, Salon criticism, laughter and modernity. Review of: Julia Langbein, Laugh Lines: Caricaturing Painting in Nineteenth-Century France, London: Bloomsbury 2022, pp. 245, 43 col. plates and 46 b. @ w. ills, ISBN 9781350186859, £ 85. 27/KMM1

Maartje Stols-Witlox (University of Amsterdam), Changing images: reciprocity between nineteenth-century paintings conservation and art history. Review of: Matthew Hayes, The Renaissance Restored. Paintings Conservation and the Birth of Modern Art History in nineteenth-century Europe, Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute, 2021, 208 pp., USD 65,00, ISBN 9781606066966 (paperback). 27/MSW1

Eva-Maria Troelenberg (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf), Rediscovering objects from Islamic Lands in Enlightenment Europe. Review of: Rediscovering Objects from Islamic Lands in Enlightenment Europe, ed. by Isabelle Dolezalek and Mattia Guidetti, Studies in Art Historiography, New York and London: Routledge 2022, 188pp, 53 B/W Illustrations, £120, ISBN 9780367609474. 27/EMT1

Number 27 Supplement December 2022:


Documents: Guest edited by Andrew Hopkins (Universita degli studi dellAquila)

Andrew Hopkins, Glossary of acronyms used in Digital Humanities 27s/AHG

Andrew Hopkins (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Digital Humanities for art history 2022: A snapshot 27s/AH1

Andrew Hopkins (Universita degli studi dellAquila), COVID, CO2, and the future of the Digital Humanities 2022 27s/AH2

Silvio Peroni and Francesca Tomasi (Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna), Approaching Digital Humanities at university: A cultural challenge 27s/SPFT1

Teresa Nocita (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Between visual art and visual text. Intermediality and hypertext: A possible combination for twenty-first century philology 27s/TN1

Alessandro Adamou (Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome), Shout LOUD on a road trip to FAIRness: experience with integrating open research data at the Bibliotheca Hertziana 27s/AA1

Elisa Bastianello (Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome), Digital Editions at the Bibliotheca Hertziana 27s/EB01

Cristiana Pasqualetti (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Monumenti storici e artistici della citta dellAquila e suoi contorni by Angelo Leosini (1848) as a digital semantic corpus online 27s/CP1

Ludovica Galeazzo, (Villa I Tatti, Florence), Analysing Urban Dynamics in Historic Settlements Using a Geo-Spatial Infrastructure. The Venices Nissology project 27s/LG1

Remo Grillo (Villa I Tatti, Florence), Representing change: User interaction and data modelling of an identity paradox 27s/RG1

Franziska Lampe (Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich), Activate the Archive: Photographic art reproductions from the Bruckmann Verlag and their potential digital futures 27s/FL1

Andrew Hopkins (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Flying to the moon, or flying too close to the sun: Failure in the Digital Humanities 27s/AH3

Andrew Hopkins (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Digital Humanities 1981–2021: A personal timeline 27s/AH4

Szilvia Szerena Barath (University of Bologna), Amanda Culoma (University of Bologna), Giulia Morini (Independent), Rediscovering Pantelleria beyond the sea 27s/SSBACGM1

Anna Ghiraldini (Independent), From analog to digital: The archive of Enzo Mari as a case study 27s/AG1

Erica Andreose (Independent), The miniatures of the antiphonaries of the Diocesan Library of Chioggia: a digital life 27s/EA1

Laia Anguix-Vilches (Radboud University, The Netherlands), Women in museums: An interdisciplinary approach to the history of the first female administrators in European cultural institutions 27s/LAV1

Maria Francesca Bocchi (Independent), Apollo and Daphne and iconographic research: digital methodologies for art history 27s/MB1

Marianna Cuomo (University of Suor Orsola Benincasa – Naples), Framing devices for works of art and hypotheses for an immersive use of cultural patrimony 27s/MC1

Filippo Lanci (Universita degli studi dellAquila), A project for the digitisation of testimonies regarding the cult of St Berardo of Teramo 27s/FL1

Marialuisa Lustri (Universita degli studi dellAquila), Venice and the Adriatic side of the Kingdom of Naples: imports and influences of Venetian art 27s/MLL1

Diana Sainz Camayd (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli), Leosinis Monumenti storici artistici della citta di Aquila e suoi contorni: transcribing the authors annotated copy 27s/DSC1

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