Vol. 87 Nbr. 4, December 2005
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- As excrement to sacrament: the dissimulated pagan idol of Ste-Marie d'Oloron.
- Fount of mercy, city of blood: cultic anti-Judaism and the Pulkau Passion Altarpiece.
- Myth and the New Science: Vico, Tiepolo, and the language of the optimates.
- Everyday life in motion: the art of walking in late-nineteenth-century Paris.
- Nihonga meets Gu Kaizhi: a Japanese copy of a Chinese painting in the British Museum.
- The artist as ethnographer: Charles Cordier and race in mid-nineteenth-century France.
- 'Wanderstrassen der Kultur': Die Aby Warburg-Fritz Saxl Korrespondenz 1920 bis 1929.
- Moved by Love: Inspired Artists and Deviant Women in Eighteenth-Century France.
- Men at Work: Art and Labour in Victorian Britain.
- Looking Askance: Skepticism and American Art from Eakins to Duchamp.
- Books received (April-July 2005).
- Reviews online (June-July 2005).