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- Vol. 90 Nbr. 4, December 2008
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- Response: provincializing modernity: from derivative to foundational.
- Reviews online; (April-June 2008).
- The Triumph of Modernism: India's Artists and the Avant-Garde.
- Interventions: the author replies.
- Robert Moses and the Modern City: The Transformation of New York.
- Cycles of Time and Meaning in the Mexican Books of Fate.
- Recent Books in the Arts; (April-June 2008).
- The body of eve in Andrea Pisano's Creation relief.
- In form we trust: Neoplatonism, the gold standard, and the Machine Art show, 1934.
- Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love.
- The ethics of perception: Josef Albers in the United States.
- Art imitates architecture: the Saint Philip reliquary in Renaissance Florence.
- The Fourth Dimension and Futurism: A Politicized Space.
- The Papacy and the Art of Reform in Sixteenth-Century Rome: Gregory XIII's Tower of the Winds in the Vatican.
- The chapel of the courtesan and the quarrel of the Magdalens.
- The Duc d'Antin, the royal administration of pictures, and the painting competition of 1727.
Duc d'Antin Louis-Antoine de Pardaillan, head of the French Batiments in the 18th century, initiated the painting competition of 1727 to allow his protege, Francois Lemoyne, to reap awards. However, the gallery spectators were the ones who benefited most from the event as they were treated to a...
- Dissertations in progress by subject matter.
- Raphael's authorship in the 'Expulsion of Heliodorus.' (interpretation of court painter Raphael's mural)
Pope Julius II commissioned his court painter Raphael to recount sacred history through his paintings in the early 16th century. Raphael began painting the famous mural 'Expulsion of Heliodorus' in the Stanza d'Eliodoro in 1511. The main literary text of the mural is King Seleucus of Asia who...
- Resurrecting death: anatomical art in the cabinet of Dr. Frederik Ruysch.
The skills of 17th-century Dutch surgeon/anatomist Frederick Ruysch has been depicted in two paintings of anatomy lessons by Adrian Backer and Jan van Neck. Backer's painting shows Ruysch demonstrating the inguinal canal of a cadaver's thigh, while van Neck's work shows Ruysch demonstrating the...
- Men at work in Dutch art, or keeping one's nose to the grindstone.