Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation

Vol. 30, No. 3 (September 2014)


A special issue, Classifying Content: Photographic Collections and Theories of Thematic Ordering, edited by Chiara Franceschini and Katia Mazzucco

  171 Chiara Franceschini and Katia Mazzucco, Introduction
Classifying Content on Paper (ca. 1900-1950) 181 Ute Dercks, "And because the use of the photographic device is impossible without a proper card catalog . . .": The Typological-Stylistic Arrangement and the Subject Cross-reference Index of the KHI’s Photothek (1897–1930s)
201 Katia Mazzucco, (Photographic) Subject-matter: Fritz Saxl Indexing Mnemosyne—A Stratigraphy of the Warburg Institute Photographic Collection’s System
222 Estelle Blaschke, "Making History a Slightly Profitable Thing": The Bettmann Archive and the Commodification of Images
239 Elizabeth Sears, American Iconography: Assessing FSA Photographs, 1945
Transitions to Digital Projects
255 Colum P. Hourihane, Classifying Subject Matter in Medieval Art: The Index of Christian Art at Princeton University
263 Rembrandt Duits, A New Resource Based on Old Principles: The Warburg Institute Iconographic Database

Vol. 30, No. 2 (June 2014)



EDITORIAL 119 Christine L. Sundt, VR @ Thirty
VIEW FROM THE FIELD 121 Murtha Baca, On Language
125 Michelle Millar Fisher and Anne Swartz, Why Digital Art History?
138 Amy K. Hamlin and Karen J. Leader, Art History That! A Manifesto for the Future of a Discipline
145 Christine L. Sundt, Eleanor E. Fink on Linked Open Data
154 Ross F. Collins, reviewing Reading Magnum: A Visual Archive of the Modern World, edited by Steven Hoelscher
159 Kevin Concannon, reviewing Framed Spaces: Photography and Memory in Contemporary Installation Art, by Monica E. McTighe

163 Marilyn DeLong, reviewing Staging Fashion, 1880-1920: Jane Hading, Lily Elise, Billie Burke, edited by Michele Majer
166 Michael D. Carrasco reviewing The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Collections Online — and the Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions —

Vol. 30, No. 1 (March 2014)

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NEWS FROM THE FIELD 1 Murtha Baca, Open Content: A Concept Whose Time Has Come
ARTICLES 5 Catherine Larkin, Art Collecting on a Global Scale: Non-European Objects from the William Randolph Hearst Archive
  33 Cristina Cuevas-Wolf, Making the Past Present: GDR Photo Albums and Amateur Photographs
  57 Adam Lauder and Marcia Salmon, IAINBAXTER&raisonnE: A Media Ecology Perspective for Visual Resources
82 Helen Ronan, On Reviews
85 Dana Leibsohn, reviewing Past Presented: Archaeological Illustration and the Ancient Americas, edited by Joanne Pillsbury
  89 Karla Cavarra Britton, reviewing Camera Constructs: Photography, Architecture and the Modern City, edited by Andrew Higgott and Timothy Wray
  96 Tom Patin, reviewing Reconstructing the View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, by Rebecca A. Senf and Stephen J. Pyne with Contributions by Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe
  99 Nate Harrison, reviewing Copyfraud and Other Abuses of Intellectual Property Law, by Jason Mazzone
106 Susan Kart, reviewing Eliot Elisofon Archives at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution—
110 Elizabeth C. Mansfield, reviewing Google Art Project and Digital Scholarship in the Visual Arts—

Vol. 29, No. 4 (December 2013)



EDITORIAL 269 Christine L. Sundt, Research Resources at our Fingertips
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NEWS FROM THE FIELD 273 Murtha Baca, Multilingual AAT and Digital Art History Work at the Academia Sinica
276 Ruth E. Iskin, The Janus-Faced Modernity of Toulouse-Lautrec and Jules Chéret
  307 Mary Bergstein, Proust and Photography: The Invention of Balbec through Visual Resources
333 Francesca Franco, Documenting Art as Art: The Case of Notes (2000–ongoing) by British Artist Ernest Edmonds
353 Max Maller, Addendum to “The Book Transformed”: The Physical History of the Ara Pacis Augustae
370 Erina Duganne, reviewing Pictures and Progress: Early Photography and the Making of African American Identity, edited by Maurice O. Wallace and Shawn Michelle Smith
374 Martha A. Sandweiss, reviewing Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery, by Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer

Vol. 29, No. 3 (September 2013)



EDITORIAL 147 Christine L. Sundt, Materials and Objects: Challenging Art History
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NEWS FROM THE FIELD 151 Murtha Baca, The Public Catalog Foundation's Your Paintings Project
154 Barbara Pezzini, The Burlington Magazine, The Burlington Gazette, and The Connoisseur: The Art Periodical and the Market for Old Master Paintings in Edwardian London
  184 Chara Kolokytha, The Art Press and Visual Culture in Paris during the Great Depression: Cahiers d'art, Minotaure, and Verve
216 Shannon Egon, Storytellers: Jeff Wall and Edward S. Curtis
246 Nadia Baadj, reviewing The Insect and the Image: Visualizing Nature in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700, by Janice Neri
  251 David Hanlon, reviewing Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Photographs: Essays on Reading a Collection, by Micheline Nilsen
257 Maya Balakirsky Katz, reviewing Mirrors of Memory: Freud, Photography, and the History of Art, by Mary Bergstein
  261 Sheryl E. Reiss, reviewing Vision and the Visionary in Raphael, by Christian K. Kleinbub

Vol. 29, Nos. 1-2 (March-June 2013)

A special issue, Digital Art History, edited by Murtha Baca, Anne Helmreich, and Nuria Rodríguez Ortega


BOARD-APPROVED SPECIAL ISSUE   Digital Art History, edited by Murtha Baca, Anne Helmreich, and Nuria Rodriguez Ortega
1 Murtha Baca and Anne Helmreich
Gazing at "the Big Picture"
5 Johanna Drucker, Is There a "Digital" Art History?
  14 Diana M. Zorich, Digital Art History: A Community Assessment
  22 Thomas W. Gaehtgens, Thoughts on the Digital Future of the Humanities and Art History
New Research Methods in the Digital Age: Data Visualization, Spatial Analysis, Image Recognition
26 Peter Bell, Joseph Schlecht, and Björn Ommer, Nonverbal Communication in Medieval Illustrations Revisited by Computer Vision and Art History
  38 Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, "I bought a piece of Roman furniture on the Internet. It's quite good but low on polygons."—Digital Visualization of Cultural Heritage and its Scholarly Value in Art History
  47 Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Catherine Dossin, and Sorin Adam Matei, Spatial (Digital) History: A Total Art History?—The ARTL@S Project
  59 Luciana Martins, Sven Helmer, and Denise Y. Arnold, Exploring Weaving Structures in the Andes: Reflections on the Creation of a Digital Archive
Rethinking Publication, Dissemination, and Knowledge Sharing
72 Hans Brandhorst, Aby Warburg's Wildest Dreams Come True?
  89 Brooke Kellaway, Cataloging Contemporary Art in the Digital Age
  97 D. Samuel Quigley, Elizabeth Neely, Amy Parkolap, and Gloria Groom, Scholarship and Digital Publications: Where Research Meets Innovative Technology
  107 Charles Rhyne, The Book Transformed
  120 Pauline Saliga and Ann Whiteside, Collaboration at its Best: How Dozens of Digital Humanists Helped a Learned Society Create Three Online Academic Resources in Four Years
129 Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, Digital Art History: An Examination of Conscience
134 Murtha Baca, Anne Helmreich, and Nuria Rodríguez Ortega
135 Paul B. Jaskot reviewing Debates in the Digital Humanities, edited by Matthew K. Gold
  141 Ophelia Celine & Vanessa Venti reviewing Audubon's Birds of America at the University of Pittsburgh-; The Elements of Drawing: John Ruskin's Teaching Collection at Oxford-; Maynard L. Parker, Modern Photography-

Vol. 28, No. 4 (December 2012)


A special issue, The Pleasures and Problems of Drink, edited by Annemarie McAllister

BOARD-APPROVED SPECIAL ISSUE   The Pleasures and Problems of Drink, edited by Annemarie McAllister
283 Annemarie McAllister and James Nicholls, The Pleasures and Problems of Drink—Introduction
290 Frank Murray, Picturing the "Road to Ruin": Visual Representations of a Standard Temperance Narrative, 1830—1855
  309 Annemarie McAllister, Picturing the Demon Drink: How Children were Shown Temperance Principles in the Band of Hope
  324 Fiona Fisher, Presenting the Perfect Pint: Drink and Visual Pleasure in Late Nineteenth-Century London
340 Guy Jordan, Thomas Cole's Intemperate Empire
  355 Christopher Williams, "Let's Smash It!"—Mobilizing the Masses against the Demon Drink in Soviet-Era Health Posters
  376 Annemarie McAllister, Public Engagement with Visual Historical Resources: The 2012 "Temperance and the Working Class" Project
AFTERWORD 384 Hans Brandhorst, The Iconography of the Pleasures and Problems of Drink: Thoughts on the Opportunities and Challenges for Access and Collaboration in the Digital Age

Vol. 28, No. 3 (September 2012)



NEWS FROM THE FIELD 217 Murtha Baca, Getty Research Portal
220 Ralph Buchenhorst, Permutations of the Image World: Differentiating Documentary Material of the Shoah
240 John J. Curley, Bad Manners: A 1944 Life Magazine "Picture of the Week"
263 Jordan Bear, reviewing Doctored: The Medicine of Photography in Nineteenth-Century America, by Tanya Sheehan
  267 Eric Garberson, reviewing Picturing Art History, The Rise of the Illustrated History of Art in the Eighteenth Century, by Ingrid R. Vermeulen
272 Giuliana Minghelli, reviewing Photography and Italy, by Maria Antonella Pelizzari
277 Scott Palmer, "Photo Archives IV: The Photographic Archive and the Idea of Nation" International conference organized by Costanza Caraffa and Tiziana Serena, held in Florence, Kunsthistorisches Institut (October 27-29, 2011)

Vol. 28, No. 2 (June 2012)



ARTICLES 117 Elizabeth Carlson, Dazzling and Deceiving: Reflections in the Nineteenth-Century Department Store
138 Christine Y. Hahn, Unearthing Origins: The Use of Art, Archaeology, and Exhibitions in Creating Korean National Identity, 1945–1962
171 Linda Kim, A Law of Unintended Consequences: United States Postal Censorship of Lynching Photographs
REVIEWS 194 Sharon J. Kirsch, reviewing Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories, by Wanda M. Corn and Tirza True Latimer
  199 Mary Panzer, reviewing The Illustration of the Master: Henry James and the Magazine Revolution, by Amy Tucker
205 Jeffrey Chipps Smith, reviewing Translating Nature into Art: Holbein, the Reformation, and Renaissance Rhetoric, by Jeanne Nuechterlein
  210 Adriana Zavala, reviewing Looking for Mexico: Modern Visual Culture and National Identity, by John Mraz

Vol. 28, No. 1 (March 2012)


A special issue, Renaissance Portraiture in Italy, edited by Arne R. Flaten and Stephanie R. Miller

BOARD-APPROVED SPECIAL ISSUE   Renaissance Portraiture in Italy, edited by Arne R. Flaten and Stephanie R. Miller
1 Arne R. Flaten and Stephanie R. Miller, Renaissance Portraiture in Italy—Introduction
6 Arne R. Flaten, The Cosimo Medals Revisited
  24 Jennifer Liston, The Performance of Empire: Leone Leoni's Charles V as Virtus Subduing Fury
  43 Katherine R. Smith Abbott, "Sons of the Truth, Lovers of Virtue": Painting the Patrician in Renaissance Venice
58 Mary E. Frank, The Badoer-Giustinian Portrait Busts: A Visual Ricordanza of a Noble Venetian Family
  80 Allyson Burgess Williams, Power and Painting in Sixteenth-Century Ferrara: Titian's Portraits of Alfonso I d'Este
  103 Stephanie R. Miller, A Tale of Two Portraits: Titian's Seated Portraits of Philip II

Vol. 27, No. 4 (December 2011)

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A special issue, The Crisis in Art History

EDITORIAL 277 Christine L. Sundt, The "Crisis"—Revelations, Reactions, Reinventions
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Appendix A: AAMD Policy on the Use of "Thumbnail" Digital Images in Museum Online Initiatives
Appendix B: Visual Resources Association: Statement on the Fair Use of Images for Teaching, Research, and Study
  301 Murtha Baca, News from the Field: "Going Digital" in Art History
303 The Crisis in Art History, edited by Patricia Mainardi
  303 Introduction, by Patricia Mainardi
  305 Art History: "Research that 'matters'"?, by Patricia Mainardi
  308 Defining the Crisis in Art History, by Patricia Rubin
  314 The Crisis in Art History?, by Stephen Murray
  318 Just What Is It That Makes Contemporary Art So Different, So Appealing?, by Pepe Karmel
  329 Museums in Crisis?, by Elizabeth W. Easton
  336 The Crisis in Art History: Ten Problems, Ten Solutions, by Maxwell L. Anderson
ARTICLES 345 Kathryn M. Rudy, Open Access: Imaging Policies for Medieval Manuscripts in Three University Libraries Compared
  361 Bowdoin Davis, Jr., Copyright's Immoral Rights?
REVIEWS 371 Alex S. Cummings, reviewing Inherent Vice: Bootleg Histories of Videotape and Copyright, by Lucas Hilderbrand
  376 Christopher Morton, reviewing Man Ray, African Art, and the Modernist Lens, by Wendy A. Grossman, with an essay by Ian Walker and other contributors
  379 Terrence R. Nathan, reviewing Photography and Science, by Kelley Wilder
  385 Keri Yousif, reviewing The Stillness of Hajj Ishmael: Maxime Du Camp's 1850 Photographic Encounter, by Julia Ballerini

Vol. 27, No. 3 (September 2011)

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NEWS FROM THE FIELD 201 Murtha Baca, Europeana Project and "Digital Art History" Workshop, University of Málaga
203 Ching-Jung Chen, Portraying Politeness: The Early Georgian Conversation Piece and Its Patrons
227 Cher Krause Knight, Less than Playful: Hans Bellmer’s Doll Photographs as Archive and Artwork
  249 Kate Palmer Albers, “It’s Not an Archive”: Christian Boltanski’s Les Archives de C. B., 1965–1988
267 Anne McCauley, reviewing Postcards: Ephemeral Histories of Modernity, by David Prochaska and Jordana Mendelson
  271 James Goodwin, reviewing Writing with Light: Words and Photographs in American Texts, edited by Mick Gidley

Vol. 27, No. 2 (June 2011)

A special issue, Intersection of Photography and Architecture, edited by Maria Antonella Pelizzari and Paolo Scrivano


BOARD-APPROVED SPECIAL ISSUE   Intersection of Photography and Architecture, edited by Maria Antonella Pelizzari and Paolo Scrivano
  107 Maria Antonella Pelizzari and Paolo Scrivano, Intersection of Photography and Architecture—Introduction
113 Claude Baillargeon, Construction Photography and the Rhetoric of Fundraising: The Maison Durandelle Sacré-Coeur Commission
  129 Wei-Cheng Lin, Preserving China: Liang Sicheng's Survey Photos from the 1930s and 1940s
  146 Maria Antonella Pelizzari, Gio Ponti, “Discorso sull'arte fotografica”(1932)
  154 Juliana Maxim, Developing Socialism: The Photographic Condition of Architecture in Romania, 1958–1970
  172 Philip Ursprung, Limits to Representation: Peter Zumthor and Hans Danuser
REVIEW ESSAY 185 Dana Buntrock, Yasuhiro Ishimoto's Photographs of Katsura Imperial Retreat
REVIEWS 191 Judy Ditner, reviewing Beyond the Architect's Eye: Photographs and the American Built Environment by Mary N. Woods
  195 Dalia H. Linssen, reviewing Aaron Siskind and Louis Sullivan: The Institute of Design Photo Section Project by Jeffrey Plank

Vol. 27, No. 1 (March 2011)

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A special issue, A Tribute to Helene E. Roberts
"Second Hand Images:" On Art's Surrogate Means and Media, Part II: Collecting and Iconography, edited by Julie F. Codell

1 Christine L. Sundt, Helene E. Roberts' Golden Touch & William C. Brumfield's "Gallery" Re-presented
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9 Murtha Baca, News from the Field
  A Tribute to Helene E. Roberts - "Second Hand Images": On Art's Surrogate Means and Media, Part II, edited by Julie F. Codell
  13 Julie F. Codell, Collecting and Iconography: On Art's Means and Media-Introduction
  18 Dianne Sachko Macleod, Art Collecting As Play: Lady Charlotte Schreiber (1812-1895)
  32 Maya Gervits, Historicism, Nationalism, and Museum Architecture in Russia from the Nineteenth to the Turn of the Twentieth Century
  48 Susan P. Casteras, Joseph Noel Paton's Bond and Free: Five Sketches Illustrative of Slavery
  63 Lucretia Hoover Giese, Winslow Homer's "Better Painting": Old Woman Gathering Faggots, 1865
  77 Alicia Craig Faxon, The Pre-Raphaelites and the Mythic Image: Iconographies of Women
  90 Liana De Girolami Cheney, Giorgio Vasari's Incredulity of Saint Thomas, 1569-1572

Vol. 26, No. 4 (December 2010)

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EDITOR'S CHOICE 331 Barbara M. Zaczek, Catherine E. Paul, and Angelo De Giudici, Venezia Passatista?: Luigi De Giudici and a Broader Futurism
367 Paul D. Barclay, reviewing Photographies East: The Camera and Its Histories in East and Southeast Asia, edited by Rosalind Morris
  372 Jessica May, reviewing Lynching Photographs, by Dora Apel and Shawn Michelle Smith; and Weegee and "Naked City," by Anthony W. Lee and Richard Meyer
  378 Laural Weintraub, reviewing Modern Women and Parisian Consumer Culture in Impressionist Painting, by Ruth E. Iskin
  381 John Ott, reviewing The Indian Craze: Primitivism, Modernism, and Transculturation in American Art, 1890-1915, by Elizabeth Hutchinson
  385 David G. Stork, reviewing La Bella Principessa: The Story of a New Masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci (or Leonardo da Vinci "La Bella Principess": The Profile Portrait of a Milanese Woman), by Martin Kemp and Pascal Cotte, with contributions by Peter Paul Biro, Eva Schwan, Claudio Strinati, and Nicholas Turner
Conference 391 Elisabetta Cunsolo, reviewing "Photo Archives and the Photographic Memory of Art History" International conference organized by Patricia Rubin and Costanza Caraffa, held in London, Courtauld Institute of Art (16-17 June 2009) and in Florence, Kunsthistorisches Institut (29-31 October 2009)
402 Rebecca Uchill, reviewing Art:21-Art in the Twenty-First Century, Season 5 (DVD), produced by Art21, Inc.
INDEX e1-e8 Image Index (available online at

Vol. 26, No. 3 (September 2010)

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A special issue, A Tribute to Helene E. Roberts
"Second Hand Images:" On Art's Surrogate Means and Media, Part I: The Art Press and Photography, edited by Julie F. Codell

211 Christine L. Sundt, Honoring Helene E. Roberts
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213 Murtha Baca, News from the Field: Images for Academic Use, an Update
  A Tribute to Helene E. Roberts - "Second Hand Images": On Art's Surrogate Means and Media, edited by Julie F. Codell
  214 Julie F. Codell, "Second Hand Images": On Art's Surrogate Means and Media—Introduction
  226 Meaghan Clarke, Critical Mediators: Locating the Art Press
  242 Anne Helmreich, The Death of the Victorian Periodical
  254 Anthony Hamber, Building Nineteenth-century Photographic Resources: The South Kensington Museum and William Blackmore
  274 Mary Bergstein, Freud's Egyptian Photographs: Scenes from a Library
  289 Fiorella Gioffredi Superbi, The Photograph and Bernard Berenson: The Story of a Collection
  304 Régine Thiriez, William Saunders, Photographer of Shanghai Customs
320 William C. Brumfield
  322 William C. Brumfield, (Re)presenting Russian Architecture

Vol. 26, No. 2 (June 2010)

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A special issue on Seeing and/or Believing the Photograph, edited by Jordan Bear

  Seeing and/or Believing the Photograph, edited by Jordan Bear
  89 Jordan Bear, Introduction: Photography's "And/Or" Nature
  95 Ulrich Keller, Photography, History, (Dis)belief
  113 Josh Ellenbogen, The Eye of the Sun and the Eye of God
  131 Michael Charlesworth, Photography, the Index, and the Nonexistent: Alfred Watkins' Discovery (or Invention) of the Notorious Ley-lines of British Archaeology
  147 Andrés Mario Zervigón, Persuading the Unseen? Die Arbeiter-Illustrierte-Zeitung, Photography, and German Communism's Iconophobia
165 Warren Neidich
  167 Kathy Kubicki, Reinventing History: Warren Neidich, Photography, Re-enactment, and Contemporary Event Culture
179 Ulrich Baer, reviewing Images in Spite of All: Four Photographs from Auschwitz, by Georges Didi-Huberman
  185 Kate Palmer Albers, reviewing The Disciplinary Frame: Photographic Truths and the Capture of Meaning, by John Tagg
  190 Emerson Bowyer, reviewing The Pygmalion Effect: From Ovid to Hitchcock, by Victor Stoichita
  193 Russell Lord, reviewing The Strange Case of William Mumler, Spirit Photographer, by Louis Kaplan, and Photography and Spirit, by John Harvey
  196 Fae Brauer, reviewing Picture Imperfect: Photography and Eugenics 1870–1940, by Anne Maxwell
  207 Jutta Schickore, reviewing Six Stories from the End of Representation: Images in Painting, Photography, Astronomy, Microscopy, Particle Physics, and Quantum Mechanics, 1980–2000, by James Elkins

Vol. 26, No. 1 (March 2010)

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A special issue on Urban Image Now: Photographic and Filmic Manifestations of a Subjective City Experience, edited by Miriam Paeslack

1 Christine L. Sundt, Turning the Page
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  3 Miriam Paeslack, Introduction-Urban Image Now: Photographic and Filmic Manifestations of a Subjective City Experience
  13 Elisabeth Neudörfl, Photography vs. Visibility: Seeing Unseen Aspects of a City
  31 Stephen Monteiro, Outside and In-Between: Representation and Spatial Production in Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's Urban Imagery
  51 Robin Clark, Urban Archaeologies: Embodied Viewership in Recent Media Art
  61 Nana Last, Reimag(in)ing the Urban
79 Simeon Hunter, reviewing Holding Out and Hanging On: Surviving Hurricane Katrina, by Thomas Neff

Vol. 25, No. 4 (December 2009)

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A special issue on Digital Crossroads: New Directions in 3D Architectural Modeling in the Humanities, edited by Arne R. Flaten and Alyson A. Gill

305 Murtha Baca, News from the Field
  Digital Crossroads: New Directions in 3D Architectural Modeling in the Humanities, edited by Arne R. Flaten and Alyson A. Gill
  309 Arne R. Flaten and Alyson A. Gill, Digital Crossroads: New Directions in 3D Architectural Modeling in the Humanities-Overview
  313 Alyson A. Gill, Digitizing the Past: Charting New Courses in the Modeling of Virtual Landscapes
  333 David Sherratt Johnson, Testing Geometric Authenticity: Standards, Methods, and Criteria for Evaluating the Accuracy and Coompleteness of Archaeometric Computer Reconstructions
  345 Arne R. Flaten, The Ashes2Art Project: Digital Models of Fourth-Century BCE Delphi, Greece
  363 Sheila Bonde and Clark Maines, with Elli Mylonas and Julia Flanders, The Virtual Monastery: Re-Presenting Time, Human Movement, and Uncertainty at Saint-Jean-des-Vignes, Soissons
  379 Paula Lupkin, "Auteur" or Architectural Historian? Digitally Modeling the New York YMCA
  403 Christopher Johanson, Visualizing History, Modeling in the Eternal City
419 Author Index
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167 Christine L. Sundt, Archives
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169 Annette Joy Jemison, Barrenness and Abjection?: The Iconography of the Wasteland in the Photographs and Collages of Julian Trevelyan, 1937-1938
Julia Papp, Artwork Photography in Hungary: The Early Years (1859-1885)
  239 Catherine Larkin, A Reappraisal of the William Randolph Hearst Archive at Long Island University: Information, Preservation, and Access
  259 Catherine Johnson-Roehr, From Visual Data to Fine Art: Photography Collections at The Kinsey Institute
281 Patricia Mainardi, reviewing Art In Reproduction: Nineteenth-Century Prints after Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Jozef Israels and Ary Scheffer, by Robert Verhoogt
  290 Amy Woodson-Boulton, reviewing The Mass Image: A Social History of Photomechanical Reproduction in Victorian London, by Gerry Beegan
  295 David L. Jacobs, reviewing The Art of the American Snapshot, 1888-1978, by Sarah Greenough and Diane Waggoner
  300 Jasmine Alinder, reviewing A Shoemaker's Story: Being Chiefly about French Canadian Immigrants, Enterprising Photographers, Rascal Yankees, and Chinese Cobblers in a Nineteenth-Century Factory Town, by Anthony W. Lee

Vol. 25, Nos. 1-2 (March-June 2009)

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A special double issue on Visualizing the Invisible: Visionary Technologies in Religious and Cultural Contexts, edited by Lisa Bitel


1 Christine L. Sundt, Vision, Ghosts, Spirits, and Art
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  Visualizing the Invisible: Visionary Technologies in Religious and Cultural Contexts, edited by Lisa Bitel
   3 Lisa Bitel, Introduction: Visualizing the Invisible: Visionary Technologies in Religious and Cultural Contexts
  7 Andrew Fogleman, Finding a Middle Way: Late Medieval Naturalism and Visionary Experience
  29 Dallas G. Denery II, Protagoras and the Fourteenth-Century Invention of Epistemological Relativism
  53 Luis R. Corteguera, Talking Images in the Spanish Empire: Vision and Action
  69 Lisa Bitel with images by Matt Gainer, Looking the Wrong Way: Authenticity and Proof of Religious Vision
  93 Roberto Lint Sagarena, Making a There There: Marian Muralism and Devotional Streetscapes
  109 Daniel Wojcik, Spirits, Apparitions, and Traditions of Supernatural Photography
  137 Ann Taves, Channeled Apparitions: On Visions that Morph and Categories that Slip
  153 William A. Christian, Jr., AFTERWORD: Islands in the Sea: The Public and Private Distribution of Knowledge of Religious Visions

Vol. 24, No. 4 (December 2008)

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347 Christine L. Sundt, Moving Up to Silver and Sound
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349 Murtha Baca, News from the Field
353 Felipe Chaimovich, Mirrors of Society: Versailles and the Use of Flat Reflected images
  369 Robin Veder, Pestalozzi and the Picturebook: Visual Pedagogy in The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins
391 Julia Ballerini, reviewing Song Without Words: The Photographs and Diaries of Countess Sophia Tolstoy, by Leah Bendavid-Val
  397 Ann Bermingham, reviewing Too Beautiful to Picture: Zeuxis, Myth, and Mimesis, by Elizabeth C. Mansfield
  400 Marta Braun, reviewing "La traum des images: Histoires de l'illustration photographique," a special issue of Études photographiques 20 (June 2007), edited by André Gunthert and Thierry Gervais
  405 Amy Neff, reviewing The Image of St Francis: Responses to Sainthood in the Thirteenth Century, by Rosalind B. Brooke
  409 Susette Newberry, reviewing On Alexander Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War, by Anthony W. Lee and Elizabeth Young
  413 Maria Antonella Pelizzari, reviewing Impressed by Light: British Photographs from Paper Negatives, 1840-1860, by Roger Taylor, with contributions by Larry J. Schaaf
  419 Terry Smith, reviewing The Virtual Window: From Alberti to Microsoft, by Anne Friedberg
  424 Woody Woodis, reviewing Soviet Posters: The Sergo Grigorian Collection, edited by Maria Lafont
429 Author Index (XXIV)
  433 Image Index (XXIV)

Vol. 24, No. 3 (September 2008)

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A special issue on Imaging Blackness in the Long Nineteenth Century, edited by Maria P. Gindhart


219 Christine L. Sundt, On Curing Color Narrow-Sightedness
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221 Murtha Baca, News from the Field
  Imaging Blackness in the Long Nineteenth Century, edited by Maria P. Gindhart
  225 Maria P. Gindhart, Introduction: Imaging Blackness in the Long Nineteenth Century
  233 Kevin Michael Scott, The "Negro Touch" and the "Yankee Trick": William Sidney Mount and the Art of Race and Ethnicity
  253 Guy Jordan, Race in Transit: Intoxication and Slavery in the Art of Charles Deas
  273 Peter Benson Miller, "Des couleurs primitives": Miscegenation and French Painting of Algeria
  299 Catherine E. Anderson, A Zulu King in Victorian London: Race, Royalty and Imperialist Aesthetics in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain
  321 Maria P. Gindhart, Cro-Magnon and Khoi-San: Constant Roux's Racialized Relief Sculptures of Prehistoric Artists
343 Sander Gilman, reviewing The Afterlife of Images: Translating the Pathological Body between China and the West, by Larissa N. Heinrich

Vol. 24, No. 2 (June 2008)

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A special issue on Visual Collections as Historical Evidence, edited by Craig Horner, Katy Layton-Jones and David Stewart

101 Christine L. Sundt, History
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103 Murtha Baca, News
  Visual Collections as Historical Evidence, edited by Craig Horner, Katy Layton-Jones and David Stewart
  105 Katy Layton-Jones, Introduction: Visual Collections as Historical Evidence
  109 Stephen Connolly, Unseeing the Past: Vision and Modern British History
  119 Robin Usher, Reading Architecture: St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, 1670-1990
  133 Nick Mansfield, The Contribution of the National Banner Survey to Debates on Nineteenth-Century Popular Politics
  145 David Clampin, "The war has turned our lives upside-down": The Merit of Commercial Advertising in Documenting the Cultural History of the British Home Front in the Second World War
  159 John K. Walton, Commemorating the Co-op: Nostalgia, Identity and the Visual Traces of the Co-operative Movement in Twentieth-Century Britain
  173 David Stewart, The British Labour Party, "Parliamentary Socialism" and Thatcherism, 1979-1990: A Visual Perspective
  189 Katy Layton-Jones, Visual Quotations: Referencing Visual Sources as Historical Evidence
201 Laura Baudot, reviewing City of Laughter: Sex and Satire in Eighteenth-Century London, by Vic Gatrell
  207 Victoria E. Thompson, reviewing Household Gods: The British and Their Possessions, by Deborah Cohen
  210 Sarah Winter, reviewing Charles Darwin and Victorian Visual Culture, by Jonathan Smith

Vol. 24, No. 1 (March 2008)

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1 Christine L. Sundt, Adding, Changing, and Expanding
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  5 Kathe H. Albrecht, Distinguished Leadership in Visual Resources: Renate and Ron Wiedenhoeft - Saskia Ltd.
19 Kirstin Noreen, Replicating the Icon of Santa Maria Maggiore: The Mater ter admirabilis and the Jesuits of Ingolstadt
39 The Aesthetics of Publishing: The Art Book as Object from Print to Digital
- Introduction, by Catherine M. Soussloff and William Tronzo
- The Art Book as Aesthetic Object, by Catherine M. Soussloff
- Pictures, Privileges, and the Public Good, by Patricia Rubin
- The Fugitive Image: Aesthetics and the Art Book, by Susan Bielstein
- A Cycle of History? by William Tronzo
Thoughts for the Future, by Catherine M. Soussloff
  59 Deidre Brown, "Ko to ringa ki nga rakau a te Pakeha" - Virtual Taonga Maori and Museums
77 Elizabeth Darocha Berenz, reviewing Projektion. Chan, EXPORT, Fischli/Weiss, Gander, Gillick, Graham, Knoebel, Parker, Streuli, edited by Susanne Neubauer
  81 Patricia Emison, reviewing The World in Venice: Print, the City, and Early Modern Identity, by Bronwen Wilson
  84 Carol Mattusch, reviewing Art and Replication: Greece, Rome, and Beyond, an issue of Art History, Vol. 29, No. 2, April 2006, edited by Jennifer Trimble and Jas Elsner
  88 Daniel R. Quiles, reviewing October Files #6: Cindy Sherman, edited by Johanna Burton
  94 Eric J. Sandeen, reviewing The Pivot of the World: Photography and Its Nation, by Blake Stimson

Vol. 23, No. 4 (December 2007)

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287 Christine L. Sundt, The Photograph as Document
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289 Murtha Baca, News from the Field
291 Wendy A. Grossman, From Ethnographic Object to Modernist Icon: Photographs of African and Oceanic Sculpture and the Rhetoric of the Image
  337 Carol Payne, Negotiating Photographic Modernism in USA: A Quarterly Magazine of the American Scene (1930)
353 William C. Brumfield, Photographing an Architectural Legacy in the Chita Region of Eastern Siberia
395 Nora Niedzielski-Eichner and Sarah Richardson, reviewing Figuring It Out: Science, Gender and Visual Cultured, edited by Ann Shteir and Bernard Lightman
  400 Edward H. Teague, reviewing Putting Content Online: A Practical Guide for Libraries, by Mark Jordan
407 Author Index (Volume XXIII)
  411 Image Index (Volume XXIII)

Vol. 23, No. 3 (September 2007)

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169 Christine L. Sundt, New Beginnings and Sturdy Foundations
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  171 John Sunderland, Distinguished Leadership in Visual Resources: Cathie Gordon
183 Caroline Igra, Servants to Patronage, Witness to Change: Italian Artists Abroad and the Modern Cityscape
  203 Laura Watts Sommer, Shifting Identities: Politics, Poetry and Passion in Italian Nineteenth-century Portraiture
  221 Jordan Bear, In the Morgue: Censorship, Taste and the Politics of Visual Circulation in Walker Evans's Cuba Portfolio
245 Torben Gronning, Patricia Sohl and Thomas Singer, ARAS: Archetypal Symbolism and Images
269 Dennis Dunleavy, reviewing Work: The World in Photographs, by Ferdinand Protzman
  271 Rochona Majumdar, reviewing Cinema at the End of Empire: A Politics of Transition in Britain and India, by Priya Jaikumar
  273 Kevin O'Neill, reviewing Irish Rural Interiors in Art, by Claudia Kinmonth
  277 Gretchen Wagner, reviewing Permissions, A Survival Guide: Blunt Talk about Art as Intellectual Property, by Susan M. Bielstein

Vol. 23, Nos. 1-2 (March-June 2007)

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A special issue on Visual Documentation in Freud's Vienna, edited by Mary Bergstein

1 Mary Bergstein, Introduction
  7 Bettina Hagen, The Cast Collection at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna
  21 Astrid Mahler (translated by Elborg Forster), A World of Forms from Nature: New Impulses for the Aesthetic of the Jugendstil
  39 Louis Rose, Daumier in Vienna: Ernst Kris, E.H. Gombrich, and the Politics of Caricature
  65 Cheryl A. Logan, Cases and Prototypes: Constitutionalism and Photographic Portrayal of the Person in Freud's Vienna
  85 Elfriede Haslauer (translated by John Winbigler), Egypt in Nineteenth-century Vienna: A Phantasm?
  105 Diane O'Donoghue, Mapping the Unconscious: Freud's "Topographic" Constructions
  119 Michael Molnar, From Image to Evidence: At the Historic Corner Window. 17.6.1897
  129 Forbes Morlock, The Very Picture of a Primal Scene: Une leçon clinique à la Salpêtrière
147 Christine Eccles, reviewing Freud and the Neurosciences: From Brain Research to the Unconscious, edited by Giselher Guttmann and Inge Scholz-Strasser
  151 Arlene Shaner, reviewing From Neurology to Psychoanalysis: Sigmund Freud's Neurological Drawings and Diagrams of the Mind, edited by Lynn Gamwell with translations and commentary by Mark Solms
  154 David Mikics, reviewing A Compulsion for Antiquity: Freud and the Ancient World, by Richard Armstrong
  158 Clement Marconi, reviewing Antiquity and Photography: Early Views of Ancient Mediterranean Sites, by Claire L. Lyons, John K. Papadopoulos, Lindsey S. Stewart, Andrew Szegedy-Maszak
  161 Wendy Holden, reviewing The Past from Above: Aerial Photographs of Archaeological Sites. Photographs by Georg Gerster with introduction by Charlotte Trümpler, translated by Stewart Spencer

Vol. 22, No. 4 (December 2006)

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313 Helene E. Roberts, Two Award Winners
315 Sonia Landy Sheridan, Generative Systems at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1970-1980
  325 Gemma Cowan, Generative Systems: Sonia Landy Sheridan as Artist/Master of the Machine
  343 Diane Kirkpatrick, Sonia Landy Sheridan and the Evolution of Her Generative Systems Program
  363 William C. Brumfield, Field Notes on Visual Documentation: The Northern Russian Village of Kimzha as Time Capsule
387 Catherine B. Asher, reviewing Lucknow: City of Illusion, edited by Rosie Llewellyn-Jones
  390 Benjamin Kessler and Leslie Brown Kessler, reviewing Ruins of Ancient Rome: The Drawings of French Architects Who Won the Prix de Rome, 1796-1924, edited by Massimiliano David; Houses and Monuments of Pompeii: The Works of Fausto and Felice Niccolini, by Roberto Cassenelli, Pier Luigi Ciapparelli, Enrico Colle and Massimiliano David
  394 Elizabeth Sears, reviewing Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts, by Aloïs Riegl, translated by Jacqueline E. Jung, foreword by Benjamin Binstock
  400 L.J. Nicoletti, reviewing Visual Culture: The Study of the Visual After the Cultural Turn, by Margaret Dikovitskaya
411 Author Index-Volume XXII
  415 Title Index-Volume XXII
  419 Selected Index of Terms, Names and Concepts-Volume XXII

Vol. 22, No. 3 (September 2006)

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201 Helene E. Roberts, Two Early Producers of Color Slides
203 Graham Smith, Between Past and Future: Portrait Photographs in the Novels of E.M. Forster
  239 Luke Gartlan, Types or Costumes? Reframing Early Yokohama Photography
  265 Benjamin Kessler, Julius and John Rosenthal and Rosenthal Art Slides
  273 Helen Ronan, An Interview with Harold and Ruth Sandak
287 Alison Devine Nordström, reviewing All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852-1860, by Gordon Baldwin, Malcolm Daniel, Sarah Greenough, with contributions by Richard Pare, Pam Roberts and Roger Taylor
  290 Catherine De Lorenzo, reviewing Eye Contact: Photographing Indigenous Australians, by Jane Lydon
  297 Jennifer B. Joffee, reviewing Domains of Wonder: Selected Masterworks of Indian Painting, by B. N. Goswamy and Caron Smith
  302 Eileen Fry, reviewing Strategies for Transitioning to the Age of Digital Media, by Sarah E. Cheverton and Christina B. Updike

Vol. 22, No. 2 (June 2006)

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A special issue on Before and After the Wall: German Photography in Discourse and Practice, edited by Miriam Paeslack

103 Miriam Paeslack, Introduction. Before and After the Wall: German Photography in Discourse and Practice
  111 Ulrich Rüter, Photography in Germany Today: A Sketch for Its Institutional Landscape
  119 Arne Reimer, Beyond the "Becher School": Recent Tendencies in German Photography of the Post-Reunification Era
  131 Anette Hüsch, Real Fiction: Peter Bialobrzeski's Search for Convincing Images
  143 Maren Polte, Photography: Irrelevant or Indispensable? Pictorial Science from the Perspective of Photography
  157 Cristina Cuevas-Wolf, Nature, Technique and Perception: Twentieth-century Afterimages and Modes of Scientific Representation
171 Liam Buckley, reviewing Photographs Objects Histories: On the Materiality of Images, edited by Elizabeth Edwards and Janice Hart
  176 Michael Ann Holly, reviewing Art of Illusion: The Representation of Art History in Nineteenth-Century Germany and Beyond, by Dan Karlholm
  179 Douglass G.A. Scott, reviewing The Push Pin Graphics: A Quarter Century of Innovative Design and Illustration, edited by Seymour Chwast, Steven Heller and Martin Venezky, with an introduction by Milton Glaser
  183 Jacqueline E. Jung, reviewing Images of Cult and Devotion: Function and Reception of Christian Images in Medieval and Post-Medieval Europe, by Søren Kaspersen and Ulla Haastrup
  192 Leslie Brubaker, reviewing Le miniature per i manoscritti greci del libro di Giobbe. Patmo, Monastero di San Giovanni Evangelista, cod. 171/Roma, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, cod., Monastero di Santa Catarina, cod. 3/Venezia Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana,, by Massimo Bernabò

Vol. 22, No. 1 (March 2006)

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A special issue on Nineteenth-century Popular Arts, edited by Ann Bermingham

1 Ann Bermingham, Introduction: Nineteenth-Century Popular Arts
  7 Romita Ray, The Beast in a Box: Playing with Empire in Early Nineteenth-century Britain
  33 Daniel Harkett, Illusions of Power: The Diorama and the Royalist Press in Restoration Paris
  55 Michael Leja, Art and Class in the Era of Barnum
  63 Alison Fraunhar, Picturing the Nation: Marquillas Cigarerras Cubanas and the Plantation
  81 Vanessa R. Schwartz, Afterword: The Promise and Perils of Visual Culture's Big Tent
87 Carla Williams, reviewing Photography on the Color Line: W. E. B. Du Bois, Race and Visual Culture, by Shawn Michelle Smith
  91 Sandria B. Freitag, reviewing "Photos of the Gods": The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India, by Christopher Pinney
  96 Thomas J. Jacoby, reviewing Guide to the Literature of Art History 2, edited by Max Marmor and Alex Ross
  98 Richard Rinehart, reviewing Refresh: First International Conference on the Histories of Media, Art, Science and Technology

Vol. 21, No. 4 (December 2005)

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305 Eric Lutz, R.M. Schindler and the Photography of the American Scene, 1914-1918
  329 M. Elizabeth Boone, Castilian Days: John Hay, Joseph Pennell and the Obfuscation of Politics by Art
  347 Lucretia Hoover Giese, Meeting the New Century: Winslow Homer's Drawing after Northeaster
  363 Jennifer Lee, Beyond the Locus Sanctus: The Independent Iconography of Pilgrims' Souvenirs
383 Murtha Baca, The Getty Acquires Julius Shulman Photography Archive; On the Record: Art in Los Angeles, 1945-1980
385 Sheila Hannah, reviewing Native Universe: Voices of Indian America, by Natiave American Tribal Leaders, Writers, Scholars and Storytellers, edited by Gerald McMaster and Clifford E. Trafzer
  391 Susan Hazan and Dov Winer, Conference Report: The Jerusalem Conference on the Digitization of Science and Cultural Heritage (EVA/MINERVA), 11-12 October 2004, Jerusalem, Israel
399 Author Index-Volume XXI
  403 Title Index-Volume XXI
  407 Selected Index of Terms, Names and Concepts-Volume XXI

Vol. 21, No. 3 (September 2005)

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A special issue on The Period Room Debate and the Making of America's Public Art Museum, edited by Sally Anne Duncan

227 Sally Anne Duncan, Introduction
  233 Thomas Andrew Denenberg, Picture Houses and Period Rooms: Wallace Nutting, the Museum, and the Market
  245 Kristina Wilson, Style and Lifestyle in the Machine Age: The Modernist Period Rooms of "The Architect and the Industrial Arts"
  263 Curt Germundson, Alexander Dorner's Atmosphere Room: The Museum as Experience
  275 Elizabeth Kennedy, Home on the Range: Frederic Remington's Recreated Studio at the Whitney Gallery of Western Art
287 Linda C. Hults, reviewing Colorful Impressions: The Printmaking Revolution in Eighteenth-century France, edited by Margaret Morgan Grasselli, with essays by Ivan E. Phillips, Kristel Smentek, and Judith C. Walsh
  291 Mark Zucker, reviewing Raphael, Dürer, and Marcantonio Raimondi: Copying and the Italian Renaissance Print, edited by Lisa Pon
  297 Kathleen Stewart Howe, Francis Frith in Egypt: A Victorian Photographer Abroad, edited by Douglas R. Nickel

Vol. 21, No. 2 (June 2005)

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A special issue on Photojournalism, Mass Media and the Politics of Spectacle, edited by Amy Lyford and Carol Payne

119 Amy Lyford & Carol Payne, Photojournalism, Mass Media and the Politics of Spectacle
  131 Ulrich Keller, Producing/Controlling Spectacle: Presidential Speech in Media Reportage
  147 Stan Honda: An Interview by Amy Lyford & Carol Payne
  155 Terri Weissman, The Spectacle of Trauma: 9/11 in the Museum
  171 Randa Shaath: An Interview by Carol Payne & Amy Lyford
  181 Jane Blocker, A Cemetery of Images: Meditations on the Burial of Photographs
  193 Mark Danner, An Excerpt from "The Secret Road to Abu Ghraib" with an introduction by Carol Payne & Amy Lyford
199 Announcement: New Review Editor
  199 Carol Talbert Peters, reviewing In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits, edited by Leah Bendavid-Val
  205 Ronald Edsforth, reviewing The Family of Man: 1955-2001, edited by Jean Back & Victoria Schmidt-Lisenhoff
  209 Deepali Dewan, reviewing A Victorian Traveler in the Middle East: The Photography and Travel Writing of Annie Lady Brassey, edited by Nancy Mickelwright
  214 Charles S. Rhyne, reviewing Direct Digital Image Capture: Current Practices and Problems, Conference held at Rochester Institute of Technology, 21-24 September 2004
221 May-November 2004

Vol. 21, No. 1 (March 2005)

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A special issue on The Destruction of our Cultural Heritage: Examples of Visual Documentation from Iraq, Afghanistan and Croatia

3 Helene E. Roberts, The Destruction of Our Cultural Heritage-Examples of Visual Documentation from Iraq, Afghanistan and Croatia
5 Vibiana Bowman and Nensi Brailo, Protecting Our Shared Cultural Heritage: An Overview of Protocols and Projects
  25 Wlodek Witek, The Eyes and Ears of an Explorer: Database for Audiovisual Archives of a Norwegian Linguist from his Journeys to Afghanistan and South Asia, 1923-1975
  41 Linda Groom, An Interlude in Iraq: The Photographs and Diaries of Australian Photographer Frank Hurley in the Catalogues of the National Library of Australia
  55 Jeffrey B. Spurr, Glimpses of an Eclipsed Heritage: Photography of Afghanistan in the Collections of the Fine Arts Library at Harvard
  73 Francis Deblauwe, Antiquities and the Iraq War: Information, the Web and Pictures
  93 Clemens Reichel, Beyond Cataloguing Losses: The Iraq Museum Database Project at the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago

Vol. 20, No. 4 (December 2004)

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259 Alicia Craig Faxon, Preserving the Classical Past: Sir William and Lady Emma Hamilton
  275 Cher Krause Knight, Just Another Day: Dutch Genre Themes in Cindy Sherman's Untitled Film Stills
  287 Lee Lawrence, The Other Half of Indian Art History: A Study of Photographic Illustrations in Orientalist and Nationalist Texts
  315 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Siberian Republic of Buriatiia
383 Murtha Baca, New Databases
385 Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, reviewing Norwich Cathedral Roof Bosses, CD-ROM produced by Norwich Cathedral with images by Julia Hedgecoe and text by Martial Rose
  390 Kristen Hileman, reviewing The NEA Tapes, 2001, produced by Eidia House, directed by Paul Lamarre and Melissa Wolf
399 Author Index-Volume XX
  401 Title Index-Volume XX
  403 Selected Index of Terms, Names and Concepts-Volume XX

Vol. 20, Nos. 2-3 (June-September 2004)

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A special Issue on Copying in Medieval Art, edited by Sarah Blick, Rita Tekippe and Vibeke Olson

123 Sarah Blick, Exceptions to Krautheimer's Theory of Copying
  143 Rita W. Tekippe, Copying Power: Emulation, Appropriation, and Borrowing for Royal Political Purposes
  161 Vibeke Olson, The Significance of Sameness: An Overview of Standardization and Imitation in Medieval Art
  179 Cheryl Gohdes Goggin, Copying Manuscript Illuminations: The Trees of Vices and Virtues
  199 Yao-Fen You, Krautheimer and the Marketplace: Vernacular Copies of Antwerp Compound Altarpieces in the Rhineland
  221 Janet Snyder, "A Good Head for Business": Evidence for Standardization in Medieval Stone Sculpture
  237 Marguerite Keane, Louis IX, Louis X, Louis of Navarre: Family Ties and Political Identity in the Hours of Jeanne de Navarre

Vol. 20, No. 1 (March 2004)

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3 Barbara W. Fash, Cast Aside: Revisiting the Plaster Cast Collection from Mesoamerica
  19 Laura Corti, Emilio Marcucci's Architectural Ghosts: Photographic Notes in the Re-invention of Past Monuments
  47 Ofelia Manzi and Patricia Grau-Dieckmann, Neo-Gothic Buildings in Buenos Aires, Parish of San Ildefonso
  67 Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Jean-Pierre Crettez and Francis Schmitt, Computer-aided Image Acquisition and Colorimetric Analysis of Paintings
85 Murtha Baca, Modern Art in Los Angeles Research Project; "Prints after Poussin" and Cross-collection Searching of Getty Online Resources
87 Colum Hourihane, reviewing Corpus of Medieval Misericords in France, XIII-XIV Century, by Elaine C. Block
  90 Julia Ballerini, reviewing Photography's Other Histories, edited by Christopher Pinney and Nicolas Peterson
  98 Alison Nordström, reviewing Picturing Place: Photography and the Geographical Imagination, edited by Joan M. Schwartz and James R. Ryan
  101 Bill Ryan, reviewing Working Hands, by Rick Williams, designed by D.J. Stout

Vol. 19, No. 4 (December 2003)

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A special issue on Describing Depictions vs. Depicting Descriptions, edited by Jon L. de Jong

249 Helene E. Roberts, Introducing New Editorial Board Members
253 Jan L. de Jong, Introduction
  259 Jan L. de Jong, Word Processing in the Italian Renaissance: Action and Reaction with Pen and Paintbrush
  283 Liana De Girolami Cheney, Giorgio Vasari's Astraea: A Symbol of Justice
  307 Lyckle de Vries, Written Paintings: Real and Imaginary Works of Art in De Lairesse's Schilderboek
  321 Kathryn N. Benzel, Modern In(ter)vention: Reading the Visual
341 Author Index-Volume XIX
  343 Title Index-Volume XIX
  345 Selected Index of Terms, Names and Concepts-Volume XIX

Vol. 19, No. 3 (September 2003)

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179 Anoka Faruqee, Enumerating Infinity: Cloning Color
  195 Pedro Leão Neto, Design Communication: Traditional Representation Methods and Computer Visualization
  215 Tina S. Nelson, Looking Inside: What Medical Imaging Technology Can Show Us-A Computer-based Educational Tool of Radiological Imaging of the Human Body
227 Murtha Baca, Exhbitions, Cataloguing Cultural Objects, AMICO
229 Bill Ryan, reviewing Phototruth or Photofiction? Ethics and Media Imagery in the Digital Age, by Thomas H. Wheeler
  234 Casey Blanton, reviewing Colonialist Photography: Imag(in)ing Race and Place, edited by Eleanor M. Hight and Gary D. Sampson
  237 Kirsten Hileman, reviewing One Place After Another: Site-specific Art and Locational Identity, by Miwon Kwon
  241 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing The Oxford Companion to J. M. W. Turner, edited by Evelyn Joll, Martin Butlin and Luke Herrmann
  244 JQ Johnson, reviewing From Gutenberg to the Global Information Infrastructure: Access to Information in the Networked World, by Christine L. Borgman

Vol. 19, No. 2 (June 2003)

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83 Fae Brauer, Representing "Le moteur humain": Chronometry, Chronophotography, "The Art of Work" and the "Taylored" Body
  107 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Irkutsk Region of Eastern Siberia
  149 Kent Minturn, The Underneaths of Pollock: A Response to Pepe Karmel
153 Murtha Baca
155 Andreas Petzold, reviewing Blue, A History of a Color, by Michel Pastoureau
  158 Mary B. Davis, reviewing Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry: A Guide to History, People, and Terms, by Paula A. Baxter with Allison Bird-Romero
  161 Katharine Conley, reviewing Displaying the Marvelous: Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dalí, and Surrealist Exhbition Installations, by Lewis Kachur
  164 James J. Barnes, reviewing Blindness: The History of a Mental Image in Western Thought, by Moshe Barasch
  166 Heather Eaton, reviewing Picturing Chinatown: Art and Orientalism in San Francisco, by Anthony Lee
  172 Kristen Hileman, reviewing The Language of New Media, by Lev Manovich

Vol. 19, No. 1 (March 2003)

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A special issue on Paul van Moorsel and the Documentation of the Ancient Near East, edited by Colum Hourihane

3 Colum Hourihane, Preface
  7 Mat Immerzeel, Introduction to Paul van Moorsel
  15 Hans Brandhorst, The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek MS 76 F 5: A Psalter Fragment?
  27 Claudine A. Chavannes-Mazel, Popular Belief and the Image of the Beardless Christ
  43 Mat Immerzeel, A Day at the Sarcophagus Workshop
  57 Karel C. Innemée, Veneration of Portraits, Icons, and Relics in Christian Egypt
  67 Gertrud J.M. van Loon, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in Paradise in Coptic Wall Painting

Vol. 18, No. 4 (December 2002)

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265 Avril Kay Henry, A new On-line Art Resource:
  285 Philip Pacey, The Picturesque Railway
311 Cather Cherbosque, reviewing Eyewitnessing: The Use of Images as Historical Evidence, by Peter Burke
  314 Jordana Mendelson, reviewing Greetings from New Jersey: A Postcard Tour of the Garden State, by Helen-Chantal Pike
  318 Heather Eaton, reviewing Transforming Images: How Photography Complicates the Picture, by Barbara E. Savedoff
  322 Kristen Hileman, reviewing Douglas Gordon, edited by Russell Ferguson, with contributions by Michael Darling, Francis McKee, Nancy Spector, and David Sylvester
  326 Charles T. Wood, reviewing Mapping Cities, catalogue and essay by Naomi Miller; A Wheel of Memory: The Hereford Mappamundi, CD-ROM, by Naomi Reed Kline
  331 Priscilla Baumann, reviewing The Maze and the Warrior: Symbols in Architecture, Theology, and Music, by Craig Wright
  334 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing The Houses of Parliament: History, Art, Architecture, edited by Christine Riding and Jacqueline Riding

Vol. 18, No. 3 (September 2002)

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185 Kees Kaldenbach, The Genesis of the Wall Chart: Johannes Vermeer and the Delft School, A Chart of Homes of Delft Artists and Patrons in the Seventeenth Century
  197 Pepe Karmel, Digital Connoisseurship: A Response to Kent Minturn
  205 Dawn M. Leach, Art World Thinking versus Legal Thinking
219 Abigail Solomon-Godeau, reviewing Parallel Lines: Printmakers, Painters, and Photographers in Nineteenth-century France, by Stephen Bann
229 Elisa Lanzi, reviewing The Getty Website: A Guided Tour
235 Michael Clapper, reviewing Vermeer's Camera: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Masterpieces, by Philip Steadman
  239 Anne D. Hedeman, reviewing Writing on Hands: Memory and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, by Claire Richter Sherman
  242 Monni Adams, reviewing Raw Histories: Photographs, Anthropology and Museums, by Elizabeth Edwards
  244 Anthony W. Lee, reviewing Ben Shahn and the Passion of Sacco and Vanzetti, by Alejandro Anreus, exhbition catalogue organizer
  247 Eleanor Mannikka, reviewing Dictionary of South & Southeast Asian Art, by Gwyneth Chaturachinda, Sunanda Krishnamurty, and Pauline W. Tabriang
  250 Gene R. Garthwaite, reviewing The Moonlight Garden: New Discoveries at the Taj Mahal, edited by Elizabeth B. Moynihan
  252 Alicia Craig Faxon, reviewing Lady Hawarden, Studies from Life 1857-1864, by Virginia Dodier; Becoming, the Photographs of Clementina, Viscountess Hawarden, by Carol Mavor
  255 Michael Brooks, reviewing Ruskin's Venice: The Stones Revisited, compiled and with photographs by Sara Quill
  259 Hillel Schwartz, reviewing The Fake: Forgery and Its Place in Art, by Sándor Radnóti, translated by Ervin Dunai

Vol. 18, No. 2 (June 2002)

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A special issue on Following the Archival Turn: Photography, the Museum, and the Archive, edited by Cheryl Simon

101 Cheryl Simon, Introduction: Following the Archival Turn
  109 Carol Payne and Jeffrey Thomas, Aboriginal Interventions into the Photographic Archives: A Dialogue between Carol Payne and Jeffrey Thomas
  127 Vid Ingelevics, Culture (Camera) Commerce: The Gift Shop Exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery
  145 Christine Y. Hahn, Exhibition as Archive: Beaumont Newhall, Photography 1839-1937, and the Museum of Modern Art
  153 Miranda J. Wallace, August Sander's Photographic Archive: Fables of the Reconstruction
  167 Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Robert Smithson's Ghost in 1920s Hamburg: Reading Aby Warburg's Mnemosyne Atlas as a Non-Site

Vol. 18, No. 1 (March 2002)

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1 Lili Corbus Bezner, Wedding Photography: 'A Shining Language'
  17 William C. Brumfield, Photograph Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Northern Districts of Perm Province, Russia
49 Julie Charmelo, reviewing Doppelganger: Undermining the Original
  63 Elizabeth Beckman, reviewing The Art of Biotechnology?
69 Katherine Hart, reviewing Learning to Draw: Studies in the Cultural History of a Polite and Useful Art, by Ann Bermingham
81 Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, reviewing Thesaurus des objets religieux; Thesaurus of Religious Objects; Thesaurus del corredo ecclesiastico
  83 Mary Bergstein, reviewing Vermeer's Wager: Speculation on Art History, Theory, and Art Museums, by ivan Gaskell
  87 Karen Pinkus, reviewing Copying Machines: Taking Notes for the Automaton, by Catherine Liu
  90 Ann Gilkerson, reviewing Memory and Modernity: Viollet-le-Duc at Vézelay, by Kevin D. Murphy
  94 Amy Rule, reviewing A Curious & Ingenious Art: Reflections on Daguerreotypes at Harvard, by Melissa Banta

Vol. 17, No. 4 (2001)

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A special issue on From Albums to the Academy: Postcards and Art History, edited by Jordana Mendelson

  v Contributors
373 Jordana Mendelson, Introduction: Postcards from Albums to the Academy?
  383 David Prochaska, Thinking Postcards
  401 Allan Life, Picture Postcards by M.V. Dhurandhar: Scenes and Types of India-with a Difference
  417 Ellen Handy, Postcard Sublime: William Henry Jackson's Western Landscapes
  435 Lynda Klich, Little Women: The Female Nude in the Golden Age of Picture Postcards
  449 Craig Eliason, Manifestos by Mail: Postcards in the Theo van Doesburg Correspondence
  459 Peter Chametzky, The Post History of Willi Baumeister's Anti-Nazi Postcards
481 Author Index-Volume XVII
  483 Title Index-Volume XVII
  487 Selected Index of Terms, Napes and Concepts-Volume XVII

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  v Contributors
253 Janet Myles, L.N. Cottingham's Museum of Mediaeval Art: Herald of the Gothic Revival
  289 Francisco Corti and Ofelia Manzi, The English Gothic Revival in Argentina
321 Murtha Baca, Getty Web Sites
323 Robert A. Baron, Images and Icons: The Making and Unmaking of Pictures for Mass Consumption (reviewing Firecrackers, by William Dotz, Jack Mingo and George Moyer; Katie and the Mona Lisa, by James Mayhew; Photomosaic Portraits, by Robert Silvers)
341 Stephen Petersen, reviewing The Fake: Forgery and Its Place in Art, by Sándor Radnóti
  347 Zirka Z. Filipczak, reviewing Images of Death: Rubens Copies Holbein, by Kristin Lohse Belkin and Carl Depauw
  353 Kees Kaldenbach, reviewing From Rembrandt to Vermeer: 17th-century Dutch Artists, by Jane Turner
  357 Kathryn N. Benzel, reviewing Virginia Woolf Icon, by Brenda R. Silver
  363 Alison Nordström, reviewing Travelling Light: Photography, Travel and Visual Culture, by Peter Osborne
  367 Nadejda Prokazina, reviewing Exploring Color: Olga Rozanova and the Early Russian Avant-garde, 1910-1919, by Nina Guryanova

Vol. 17, No. 2 (2001)

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  v Contributors
165 Hubert Locher, The Art History Survey: Narratives and Picture Compendia
  179 Ulrich Keller, Visual Difference: Picture Atlases from Winckelmann to Warburg and the Rise of Art History
201 Murtha Baca, reporting
203 Chris Burnett, Morphage: Three Books on Visual Transformation in the Age of the Morph (reviewing Meta-morphing: Visual Transofrmations and the Culture of Quick-Change, edited by Vivian Sobchack; Photo Fakery: The History and Techniques of Photographic Deception and Manipulation, by Dino A Brugioni; Zu schön, um wahr zu sein (Too Good to be True): Photographien aus der Sammlung Metz, edited by Albrecht Krause, translated by Anne Porter Schadt)
  211 Pamela Kyle Crossley, Clothes Make the Man, Especially in China (reviewing Imperial Wardrobe, by Gary Dickinson and Linda Wrigglesworth; Clothed to Rule the Universe: Ming and Qing Dynasty Textiles at the Art Institute of Chicago, edited by John Vollmer et al.; Ladder to the Clouds: Intrigue and Tradition in Chinese Rank, by Beverley Jackson and David Hugus)
217 Mitzi Kirland-Ives, reviewing Virtue and Vice: The Personification in the Index of Christian Art, edited by Colum Hourihane
  221 Alison Shell, reviewing Producing the Past: Aspects of Antiquarian Culture and Practice 1700-1850, edited by Martin Myrone and Lucy Peltz
  225 Stephen C. Pinson, reviewing From David to Ingres: Early 19th-century French Artists, edited by Jane Turner, and From Monet to Cézanne: Late 19th-century French Artists, edited by Jane Turner
  229 Ronald Edsforth, reviewing Photography and Politics in America: From the New Deal into the Cold War, by Lili Corbus Bezner
  235 Ethel S. Goodstein, reviewing Riding the Black Ship, Japan and Tokyo Disneyland, by Aviad E. Raz
  241 Kathleen Nicholson, reviewing The Ghost in the Shell: Photography and the Human Soul, 1850-2000, Essays on Camera Portraiture, by Robert A. Sobieszek
  249 Alicia Craig Faxon, reviewing The Artist and the Camera, Degas to Picasso, edited by Dorothy Kosinski, and Picasso and Photography, by Anne Baldassari

Vol. 17, No. 1 (2001)

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A special issue on Illustrations as Visual Resources, edited by William B. MacGregor and Louis Marchesano

  v Contributors
  vii Louis Marchesano, Introduction
1 Evelyn Lincoln, Models for Science and Craft: Isabella Parasole's Botanical and Lace Illustrations
  37 William B. MacGregor, Illustration and its Afterlife: The Visual Uses of Sébastien Le Clerc's Pratique de la géométrie
  95 Laura H. Hollengreen, Illustrating Architecture
  127 Kent Minturn, Digitally-Enhanced Evidence: MoMA's Reconfiguration of Namuth's Pollock
  147 James Elkins, On Some Useless Images

Vol. 16, No. 4 (2000)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, News from the Getty
309 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in Siberia: Tiumen Province
  351 Maria Antonella Pelizzari, The Inclusive Map of John Shaw Smith's 1850-1852 Photographic Tour
377 Robert L. Mode, Reproduction and Reception: New Perspective on Michelangelo and Raphael in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century Britain (reviewing Apostles in England: Sir James Thornhill & the Legacy of Raphael's Tapestry Cartoons, by Arline Meyer, and Sweetness and Strenth: The Reception of Michelangelo in Late Victorian England, by Lene Østermark-Johansen)
  385 Maurizia Natali, Attention! (reviewing Suspensions of Perception: Attention, Spectacle, and Modern Culture, by Jonathan Crary)
401 Joanne Lukitch, reviewing Image and Enterprise: The Photographs of Adolphe Braun, edited by Maureen C. O'Brian and Mary Bergstein
  407 Gene R. Garthwaite, reviewing Sevruguin and the Persian Image: Photographs of Iran, 1870-1930, edited by Frederick N. Bohrer
  413 Barbara Mathé, reviewing Infelicities: Representations of the Exotic, by Peter Mason
  421 Mary Stewart, reviewing F. L. Griggs, 1876-1938: The Architecture of Dreams, by Jerrold Northrop Moore
  427 Colum Hourihane, reviewing Dutch Printers' Devices, 15th-17th Century: A Catalogue, by P. van Huisstede and J.P.J. Brandhorst
431 Author Index-Volume XVI
  433 Title Index-Volume XVI
  437 Selected Index of Terms, Names and Concepts-Volume XVI

Vol. 16, No. 3 (2000)

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A special issue on Lost Works of Art, edited by Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis

  v Contributors
203 Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis, Introduction
  207 Carol Neuman de Vegvar, The Architecture of Women's Monasticism in Archaeology and in Early Insular Texts
  221 Frank Futral, Text as Image: Charles Willson Peale's "Lost" Staircase Self-Portrait
  229 Liana De Girolami Cheney, Giorgio Vasari's Visual Interpretation of Ancient Lost Paintings
  259 Elizabeth E. Guffey, Reconstruction the Limits of Propaganda: Pierre-Paul Prud'hon and the Art of Napoleon's Remarriage
  275 Carrie Lambert, Documentary Dialectics: Performance Lost and Found
287 Colum Hourihane, reviewing The Illustrations in the Manuscripts of the Septuagint, Volume II-Octateuch, by Kurt Weitzmann and Massimo Bernabo, with the collaboration of Rita Tarasconi
  291 Martha Tedeschi, reviewing An Indolent and Blundering Art? The Etching Revival and the Redefinition of Etching in England 1838-1892, by Emma Chambers
  297 Elizabeth Beckman, reviewing Afterimage: Drawing Through Process, edited by Cornelia H. Butler
  303 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing Art Treasures of England: The Regional Collections, edited by Giles Waterfield et al.

Vol. 16, No. 2 (2000)

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A special issue on Plagiarism in Art (and Art History), edited by Mary Vaccaro

  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Editorial
127 Mary Vaccaro, Introduction: Plagiarism in Art (and Art History)
  131 Gunnar Swanson, Where Can I Steal a Clever Title for this Article?
  143 Anne L. Schroder, Reversals of Power: Artistic Property, Counterfeiture, and the 1793 French Copyright Act
  155 Stephen Petersen, Innovation and the Rhetoric of Plagiarism: The Klein/Takis Rivalry
  169 Judy Sund, the Preke Speaks: Kahlúa's Co-option of West Mexican Burial Effigies
  185 Richard T. Pfohl, The Key to the (Digital) Salon: Copyright and the Control of Creative Expression

Vol. 16, No. 1 (2000)

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  v Contributors
1 Kirstin Noreen, Recording the Past: Seventeenth-century Watercolor Drawings of Medieval Monuments
  27 Jay A. Clarke, Munch, Liebermann, and the Question of Etched "Reproductions"
65 Jeffrey Abt, Looking, Marking, Thinking, and Thinking About Thinking About Marks and Their Markers (reviewing Replications: Archaeology, Art History, Psychoanalysis, by Whitney Davis, and Our Beautiful, Dry, and Distant Texts: Art History as Writing, by James Elkins)
81 Katherine W. Hart, reviewing The Prints of the Remondinis: An Attempt to Reconstruct an Eighteenth-century World of Pictures, by Anton W.A. Boschloo
  87 Eleanor M. Hight, reviewing Scenes in a Library: Reading the Photograph in the Book, 1843-1875, by Carol Armstrong
  97 Edward J. Nygren, reviewing Boggs: A Comedy of Values, by Lawrence Weschler
  103 Walter S. Simons, reviewing The Visual and the Visionary: Art and Female Spirituality in Late Medieval Germany, by Jeffrey F. Hamburger
  107 Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, reviewing The Virgin Mary in Art, Renaissance to Reformation: Volume 4 of The Development of Christian Symbolism series, video by Louis Swan Jones
  113 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviewing Courtauld Gallery Paintings: Illustrated Catalog. CD-ROM for PC
  119 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing various publications of the Getty Information Institute

Vol. 15, No. 4 (2000)

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  v Contributors
387 Catherine A. Johnson, Portland Preserved: The Photography of Minor White, 1938-1942
  405 Matthias Bruhn, The Warburg Electronic Library in Hamburg: A Digital Index of Political Iconography
425 Trevor Fawcett, reviewing Sculpture and Photography: Envisioning the Third Dimension, edited by Geraldine A. Johnson
  431 Maurizia Natali, reviewing Depiction, by Michael Podro
  447 Christopher Burnett, reviewing Remediation: Understanding New Media, by Jay David Bolter and Richard Grusin
  455 Judith Black and Joanne Lukitch, reviewing The Familial Gaze, edited by Marianne Hirsch
  461 Lena Stebley, reviewing Towards the Digital Library: The British Library's Iniatives for Access Programme, edited by Leona Carpenter, Simon Shaw, Andrew Prescott; Art Information and the Internet: How to Find it, How to Use it, by Lois Swan Jones
  471 Alicia Craig Faxon, reviewing The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect, exhibition catalog by Kinaston McShine,
  475 Susan von Daum Tholl, reviewing Italian Romanesque Painting: An Illustrated Index, by Edward B. Garrison, CD-ROM
485 Image and Enterprise: The Photographs of Adolphe Braun
489 Author Index-Volume XV
  491 Title Index-Volume XV
  495 Selected Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume XV

Vol. 15, No. 3 (1999)

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A special issue on The Early History of the Phaidon Press, 1923-1967, edited by Valerie Holman

  v Acknowledgments
  vii Contributors
  ix Introduction
279 Nigel Spivey, A Short History of the Phaidon Press, 1923-1998
  289 Ernst Fischer, The Phaidon Press in Vienna, 1923-1938
  311 Valerie Holman, Art Books Against the Odds: Phaidon in England, 1938-1950
  331 Elly Miller, Ludwig Goldscheider: A Memoir
  343 Harvey Miller, Phaidon and the Business of Art Book Publishing, 1923-1967
  355 Anthony Hamber, Communicating Colour: Advances in Reprographic Technology, 1840-1967
  371 Clive James, On the Library Coffee-Table
  379 Historical Catalogue: 1923-1972, originally compiled by Innocenz Grafe for the Phaidon Jubilee Catalogue in 1973

Vol. 15, No. 2 (1999)

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A special issue on The Culture of the Copy

  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, The Culture of the Copy
123 Patricia Mainardi, Copies, Variations, Replicas: Nineteenth-century Studio Practice
  149 Richard A. Sundt, Architectural Simile, Copy or Original Creation?: The Church of St. Brigid in Brisbane [Australia] and Its Relationship to Gothic Architecture in Southern France
  203 William V. Ganis, The Eternal Lady: An Analysis of Andy Warhol's Jackie Series vis-à-vis Friedrich Nietzsche's Eternal Return of the Same
  217 Robert A. Baron, From Romance to Ritual: Mona Lisa Images for the Modern World
  235 Jonathan Applefield (and ELIZ), Demythologizing the Copy: An Interview with ELIZ
  253 Donna M. Meeks, The Allegorial Imperative (Or Why Paint When the Copy Store is Open Twenty-four/Seven?)
  267 Karen M. White, The Copy
  269 Debbie Hall, The Original and the Reproduction: Art in the Age of Digital Technology

Vol. 15, No. 1 (1999)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Distinguished Leaders in Visual Resources: An Interview with Eleanor Fink
1 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Solvychegodsk and Kargopol Regions of Arkhangelsk Province
  39 Ellen Johnston Laing, Looking Back: Photographs of Taiwan in the 1960s
  65 William Allen, Teaching Composition Digitally
73 Cynthia Scott, Museums, Libraries, and Archives: A Summer Institute for Knowledge Sharing
79 Alison Devine Nordström, reviewing A Dream of England: Landscape, Photography and the Tourist Imagination, by John Taylor; Picturing Empire: Photography and the Visualization of the British Empire, by James R. Ryan; Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History, by Susan Meiselas; Delivering Views: Distant Culture in Early Postcards, by Christraud M. Geary and Virginia-Lee Webb
97 Anne D. Hedeman, reviewing Exemplum: Model-book Drawings and the Practice of Artistic Transmission in the Middle Ages (ca. 900-ca. 1450), by Robert W. Scheller, translated by Michael Hoyle
  101 Mary Stewart, reviewing L .N. Cottingham, 1787-1847: Architect of the Gothic Revival, by Janet Myles; Exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England, 21 April-21 June, 1998
  107 Trevor Fawcett, reviewing Intersections: Lithography, Photography, and the Traditions of Printmaking, edited by Kathleen Stewart Howe
  113 Jane Gallop, reviewing Family Frames: Photography, Narrative, and Postmemory, by Marianne Hirsch
  117 John G. Lillis, reviewing Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative, by Edward R. Tufte

Vol. 14, No. 4 (1999)

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A special issue on Cost and Use of Digital Images on University Campuses: Lessons from the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project, edited by Howard Besser, Rosalie Lack, and Robert C. Yamashita

  v Contributors
355 Howard Besser and Rosalie Lack, Introduction
  359 Howard Besser and Robert Yamashita, Issues of Network Access to Visual Information: The UC Berkeley Mellon Study of the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project
  375 Robert C. Yamashita, Outlining the Social and Economic Cost Center Models for the Distribution of Digital and Analog Images
  399 Joanne Miller, The Costs of Creating Digital Images and Metadata by Museums
  413 Rosalie Lack, The Cost of Dep0lying Digital Images by Universities
  433 Joanne Miller, The Cost of Distributing Analog Images of University Slide Libraries
  447 Rosalie Lack, The Patterns of Slide Library Circulation: A Study
  463 Lena Stebley, Faculty Perspective on Teaching with Digital Images: Results of Focus Groups with Art Faculty
  481 Howard Besser, The MESL Experience versus Slide Libraries: Comparison and Analysis
505 Museums, Libraries, and Archives: Summer Institute for Knowledge Sharing
507 Author Index-Volume XIV
  509 Title Index-Volume XIV
  511 Selected Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume XIV

Vol. 14, No. 3 (1999)

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A special issue on Art History Goes to the Magic Kingsom, edited by Robert Neuman

  v Contributors
249 Robert Neuman, "Now Mickey Mouse Enters Art's Temple": Walt Disney at the Intersection of Art and Entertainment
  263 Garry Apgar, The Meaning of Mickey Mouse
  275 Robin Allan, Walt Disney and Europe
  297 Barbara Coleman, Through the Years We'll All be Friends: The "Mickey Mouse Club," Consumerism, and the Cultural Consensus
  307 Ethel S. Goodstein, Southern Outposts in the Magic Kingdom: The South as a Regional Sub-text in Disney's American Spectacle
  321 David T. Doris, "It's the Truth, It's Actual...": Kodak Picture Spots at Walt Disney World
  339 Cher Krause Knight, Adam and Eve...and Goofy: Walt Disney World as the Garden of Eden

Vol. 14, No. 2 (1998)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, The Many Faces of Image Reproduction
125 Maya Gervitz, Leon von Klenze and The New Hermitage
  155 Stephen C. Pinson, Reproducing Delacroix
189 The Thesaurus of Geographical Names
193 Susan Bakewell, reviewing The Engraved Record of the Jacobite Movement, by Richard Sharp
  201 Julia Ballerini, reviewing A New Art: Photography in the 19th Century: the Photo Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, edited by Mattie Boom and Hans Roosebom, English translation by Barbara Fasting
  211 Mark Roskill, reviewing Photography and Its Critics: A Cultural History 1839-1900, by Mary Warner Marien
  215 Régine Thiriez, reviewing Rêves du papier: la photographie orientaliste 1850-1914, by Alain Fleig
  217 Mary Bergstein, reviewing Sculpture and Its Reproductions, edited by Anthony Hughes and Erich Ranfft
  221 Monni Adams, reviewing Rethinking Visual Anthropology, edited by Marcus Banks and Howard Murphy
  231 Maurizia Natali, reviewing Photography after Photography: Memory and Representation in the Digital Age, edited by Humbertus v. Amelunxen, Stefan Iglhaut, Florian Rotzer, in collaboration with Alexis Cassel and Nikolaus G. Schneider
  241 Christopher Burnett, reviewing Immersed in Technology: Art and Virtual Environments, edited by Mary Anne Moser with Douglas MacLeod

Vol. 14, No. 1 (1998)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Three Methods in the History of Visual Documentation
1 Francis Haskell and Henrietta McBurney, The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo
  19 Jeffrey Abt, Drawing over Photographs: James H. Breasted and the Scientizing of Egyptian Epigraphy, 1895-1928
  71 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Russian North: Vologda Province
107 Mark Roskill, reviewing The Copy Turns Original: Vincent van Gogh and a New Approach to Tradition and Practice, by Cornelia Homburg
  115 Barbara Will, reviewing The Culture of the Copy: Striking Likenesses, Unreasonable Facsimiles, by Hillel Schwartz
  119 Mary Bergstein, reviewing Le Grand Tour: nelle fotografie del viaggiatore del XIX secolo, edited by Italo Zannier

Vol. 13, Nos. 3-4 (1998)

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A special issue on The Princeton Index of Christian Art, edited by Colum Hourihane

  v Contributors
211 Colum Hourihane, The Index of Christian Art
215 Isa Ragusa, Observations on the History of the Index: In Two Parts
  253 Dirk Jacob Jansen, Princeton Index of Christian Art: The Utrecht Copy
  285 Kirk Alexander, The Visualization of Art History: The Role of Databases in Visual Thinking
  299 Lindy Grant, Time and the Conways: The Beginnings of Art History and the Collecting of Photographs in Britain
  309 Jochen Becker, Librarians, Life and Ladders: Carl Spitzweg and Others
  331 Todor Petev, Typology and Format in the Netherlandish Blockbook Canticum canticorum, ca. 1465
  363 Christina Maranci, Armenian Architecture as Aryan Architecture: The Role of Indo-European Studies in the Theories of Josef Strzygowski
  381 Natalia Teteriatnikov, The 'Gift Giving' Image: The Case of the Adoration of the Magi
  393 Johann-Christian Klamt, Artist and Patron: The Self-Portrait of Adam Kraft on the Sakramentshaus of St. Lorenz in Nuremberg
423 Author Index-Volume XIII
  425 Title Index-Volume XIII
  427 Selected Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume XIII

Vol. 13, No. 2 (1997)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, The Image Directory
121 Maureen Meister, The Selling of Winslow Homer
  141 J. Scott Bentley, The Image Directory, Electronic Publishing, and the Changing Socio-Economic Position of Art Museums
  151 Linda Bien, Who Goes There? Visual Resources Professionals as Gatekeepers
  161 Christine L. Sundt, Building the Bridge: Art History, Meet Technology!
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  169 Brigitte Corley, A Nineteenth-century Photograph and the Reconstruction of the Dortmund Altarpiece
  189 Anne Grevstad-Nordbrock, A Stolen Kiss: Robert Doisneau's Photographic Icon
199 Elizabeth O'Donnell and Maryly Snow, reviewing Slide Collection Management in Libraries and Information Units, by Glyn Sutcliffe
  205 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing Framing the Victorians: Photography and the Culture of Realism, by Jennifer Green-Lewis

Vol. 13, No. 1 (1997)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, "An Outstanding Academic Book"
1 Britt Salvesen, "The Most Magnificent, Useful, and Interesting Souvenir": Representations of the International Exhibition of 1862
  33 Nélia Dias, Cultural Objects/Natural Objects: On the Margins of Categories and the Ways of Display
  49 Colum Hourihane, Sharing in Image Libraries-The Concept of the Van Eyck Core Record
  67 Charles S. Rhyne, Student Evaluation of the Usefulness of Computer Images in Art History and Related Disciplines
83 Art Copyright, from The Art Monthly Review, Vol. 1, No. 2, February 29, 1876
89 Eleanor Fink, Cultural Heritage On-Line: Building the Digital Future
95 Eileen Fry, On the Use of the Dictionary of Art, Index Volume and Appendices as a Universal Authority Tool for Visual Resource Collections
99 Maryly Snow, reviewing Copyright and the NII: Resources for the Library and Educational Community, edited by Patricia Brennan
  109 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviewing Collections of Art-Historical Documentation in the Netherlands: A Brief Guide, edited by Jacob Jansen and Annemiek Ouwerkerk for OKBN-ARLIS/NL
  111 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing Victorian Literature and the Victorian Visual Imagination, edited by Carol T. Christ and John O. Jordan

Vol. 12, Nos. 3-4 (1997)

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A special issue on Copyright and Fair Use: The Great Image Debate, edited by Robert A. Baron

  vi Contributors
  233 Robert A. Baron, Editor's Introduction, Summary and Analysis
Image Providers
261 Karen A. Akiyama, Rights and Responsibilities in the Digital Age
  269 David Bearman and Jennifer Trant, Museums and Intellectual Property: Rethinking Rights Management for a Digital World
  281 Amalyah Keshet, Fair Use, Fair Trade, and Museum Image Licensing
  231 Allan Kohl, Prospects for a Public Domain Art Image: Resource in an Era of Digital Technologies

Analysis , Interpretation and Opinion
Visual Resources Archives

297 Christine L. Sundt, A Visual Resources Advocacy Statement
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  307 The Pedagogical Consequences of Photomechanical Reproduction in the Visual Histories: From Copy Photography to Digital Mnemonics
  333 Patricia Taylor, By Line Drawings Ye Shall Know Them: Consequences of Barriers to Digital Reproduction
  343 Karlene M. McLaren, Copyright: Fair Use of Foul Play
353 Stephen E. Weil, Fair Use/Museum Use: How Close is the Overlap?
  361 Peter Walsh, Art Museums and Copyright: A Hidden Dilemma

Law, Legislation and News
United States

373 Barbara Hoffman, Fair Use of Digital Art Images and Academia: A View from the Trenches of the Conference on Fair Use (CONFU)
  393 Virginia M.G. Hall, Fair Use and Digital Image Archives: A Report on the National Information Infrastructure Conference on Fair Use
  401 Caron L. Carnahan, The Visual Surrogate as Intellectual Property: The Clinton Administration's "White Paper" and its Implications for Visual Resources Collections
409 Barbara Lang Rottenberg and Rina Elster Pantalony, Moral Rights and Exhibition Rights: A Canadian Museum's Perspective
  421 Linda Bien, Canandian Visual Resources and Canadian Copyright
435 Maryly Snow, reviewing Copyright, Public Policy, and the Scholarly Community, edited by Michael Matthews and Patricia Brennan
443 Author Index-Volume XII
  447 Title Index-Volume XII
  451 Selected Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume XII

Vol 12, No. 2 (1996)    

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, A New Look for ICONCLASS: Updated, Upgraded, and on CD-ROMs
107 Anthony W. Lee, Picturing San Francisco's Chinatown: The Photo Albums of Arnold Genthe
  135 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Architectural Monuments in the Russian North: Vologda
157 Fritz Laupichler, Photographs, Microfiches, MIDAS and DISKUS; The Bildarchiv Foto Marburg as German Center for the Documentation of Art History
  177 Catherine Gordon, Patterns of User Queries in an ICONCLASS Database
  187 Colum Hourihane, The Use of Proper Names in ICONCLASS-One User's Experience
199 James M. Bower, Research Agenda for Networked Cultural Heritage; AHIP Joins Forces with Research Library Group to Improve Art Information Access and Development
203 Amalyah Keshet, On Copyright
207 Norberto Massi, reviewing An Introduction to Iconography, by Roelof van Straten, translated by Patricia de Man; The Ripa Index: Personifications and their Attributes in Five Editions of the Iconologia, by Yassu Okyama
  213 Thomas P. Gates, reviewing Lost Russia: Photographing the Ruins of Russian Architecture, by William Craft Brumfield
  221 Régine Thiriez, reviewing Commerces d'Asie: Autochromes & Noir et Blanc, 1908-1927
  223 Margaret N. Webster, reviewing Frank Lloyd Wright: Presentation and Conceptual Drawings, Four CD-ROMs by Luna Imaging, Inc., in collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
  229 Angela Binda, reviewing Interaction of Color, by Josef Albers, CD-ROM

Vol. 12, No. 1 (1996)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Picasso: Copies, Forgeries, and Look-Alikes
1 Maria Antonella Pelizzari, Bourgeois Spaces and Historical Contexts: Facets of the Italian City in Nineteenth-century Photography
  19 Charles S. Rhyne, Computer Images for Research, Teaching, and Publication in Art History and Related Disciplines
  53 Alicia Craig Faxon, Rossetti's Images of Botticelli
63 Robin Thornes, Protecting Cultural Property
67 Sherry Poirrier, reviewing Union List of Artist Names: Authority Reference Tool, Print and electronic editions, compiled by the Getty Art History Information Program under the direction of James M. Bower
  73 Mary Bergstein, reviewing The Very Impress of the Object: Photography Sculpture from Fox Talbot to the Present Day, exhibition and catalog by Geraldine A. Johnson
  81 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviewing EmbARK, Image Management Module, Version 1.2, software by Digital Collections, Inc.
  95 Walter Simons, reviewing Imaging Aristotle, Verbal and Visual Representations in Fourteenth-century France, by Claire Richter Sherman
  99 Richard Pearce-Moses, reviewing Picturing Time: The Work of Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), by Marta Braun; Etienne-Jules Marey: A Passion for the Trace, by François Dagognet, translated by Robert Galeta with Jeanine Herman
  103 Helene E. Roberts, reviewing Flesh and the Ideal, Winckelmann and the Origins of Art History, by Alex Potts

Vol. 11, Nos. 3-4 (1996)

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A special issue on the Art Information Task Force Categories for the Description of Works of Art, edited by Murtha Baca and Patricia Harpring

  vii Contributors
  ix Acknowledgments
xi Helene E. Roberts, Editorial: Another Piece of the Puzzle
Part I: History and Commentary
241 Introduction
  251 List of Participants
Issue Papers
257 Mary Case, Document for Dialogue: Categories for the Description of Works of Art
  271 Suzanne Folds McCullagh, Nuances of Art Information
  289 David Bearman, Data Relationships in the Documentation of Cultural Objects
  301 Gregory Tschann, Categories in Context: Issues Regarding The AITF Categories for the Description of Works of Art
  315 J. Dustin Wees, Categories for the Description of Works of Art and Visual Resources Applications
  323 Brendan Cassidy, Iconography in Theory and Practice
  349 1994 Annual Meeting of the College Art Association (CAA), College Art Association Board-Sponsored Session: "Data ex Machina: How the Art Information Task Force is Paving the Way for Research Across Data Highways"
Part II: The Categories
372 Chart of Categories
  375 Introduction
  391 Categories for the Description of Works of Art: Definitions
  423 Bibliography of Controlled Vocabulary Sources
431 Author Index-Volume XI
  433 Title Index-Volume XI
  435 Selected Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume XI

Vol. 11, No. 2 (1995)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Index to The Builder
121 Mary Bergstein, "Evidences" Again: Aaron Siskind and the Modernist Documentation of Art
  135 William C. Brumfield, Photographic Documentation of Seventeeth-century Architectural Monuments in Yaroslavl
  167 Susan Moldenhauer, Electronic Imaging Technology Reaches Beyond Museum Walls
173 Getty Art History Information Program Databases on World Wide Web
NEWS FROM AHIP, by James M. Bower
175 Intellectual Integration Initiative
  176 Database of Folk Art to Test Standards
  177 Museum Educational Site Licensing Project
181 Eileen Fry, reviewing The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Traditional and Digital Color Prints, Color Negatives, Slides and Motion Pictures, by Henry Wilhelm with Carol Brower
  187 Maryly Snow, reviewing Copyright, Fair Use and the Challenge for Universities: Promoting the Progress of Higher Education, by Kenneth D. Crews
  193 Sandra Walker, reviewing Humanities and Arts on the Information Highways: A Profile, sponsored by the Getty Art History Information Program, the American Council of Learned Societies, and The Coalition of Networked Information
  197 Robert L. McGrath, reviewing Prints of the West: Prints from the Library of Congress, by Ron Tyler
  199 Thomas P. Gates, reviewing Salamandre, Chateaux of the Loire, distributed by Voyager Company
  207 Angela Drinkwater, reviewing Fuji Pictrostat 200 Instant Color Print System, produced by Fuji U.S.A.

Vol. 11, No. 1 (1995)

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A special issue on Images in Libraries, Museums, and Archives: Description and Intellectual Access: Papers from the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL) Summer Seminar, 1993, edited by Amy M. McColl

  v Contributors
  3 Amy M. McColl, Introduction
  5 Georgia B. Barnhill, Pictorial Histories of the United States
  21 Katherine Martinez, Imaging the Past: Historians, Visual Images and the Contested Definition of History
  47 Marcy Flynn and Helena Zinkham, The MARC Format and Electronic Reference Images: Experiences from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
  71 Michael Joseph, Information Technology and Access to Visual Images in Printed Books
  85 Jackie M. Dooley, Processing and Cataloguing of Archival Photograph Collections
  103 William H. Helfand, The Search for Ephemera Images

Vol. 10, No. 4 (1995)

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  v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, The Getty Art History Information Program
309 Scott Bell, The Changing Paradigm in Education, and Its Implications for Museums
317 Janet Parks, AVIADOR Photography
333 Joseph Romano, The World of Internet Hypermedia and Visual Resources Professionals
349 Carolyn A. Pretzer and Carol Martin Watts, The Establishment of a Visual Database for Multimedia Use at Kansas State University
357 Eleanor Fink Appointed as New Director
359 Union List of Artist Names
360 Initiative on Digital-Imaging Standards
362 Consortium for the Computer Interchange of Museum Information
364 Museum Educational Site Licensing Project
365 Joan Stahl, The National Museum of American Art Online
369 Dagobert Soergel, The Art and Architecture Thesaurus (AAT): A Critical Appraisal
401 Mary Bergstein, reviewing History and its Images: Art and the Interpretation of the Past, by Francis Haskell
407 Linda McRae, reviewing Beyond the Book: Extending MARC for Subject Access, edited by Toni Petersen and Pat Molholt
413 Philip N. Cronenwett, reviewing Rome Reborn: The Vatican Library and Renaissance Culture, edited by Anthony Grafton
417 Angela Binda, reviewing Microsoft Art Gallery: The Collection of the National Gallery, London, Microsoft Corporation
421 Margaret N. Webster, reviewing Paris: Contemporary Architecture [35mm slide set], Art on File International
423 Thomas P. Gates, reviewing Michelangelo: Self-Portrait and A Videodisc Companion: Michelangelo, produced by Thomas Luehrsen and Susannah Gottlieb, Voyager Company
437 Author Index-Volume X
441 Title Index-Volume X
445 Selected Index of Terms, Name, and Concepts-Volume X

Vol. 10, No. 3 (1994)

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A special issue - Festschrift for the Art and Architecture Thesaurus, edited by Alfred Willis

v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, You Can't Talk to Each Other, Unless you Speak the Same Language
207 Alfred Willis, Introduction
209 Toni Petersen, Retrofitting the Thesaurus: New Models for Old Vocabularies
221 Lina Miraglia, Piranesi's Vasi, candelabri Reinterpreted
235 Holley R. Lange, John Gravdahl, and Heidi Leech, The Physical Characteristics of Poster Art: Seeking an Appropriate List of Descriptors
251 Richard Pearce-Moses, Threading the Needle: Helping Patrons Find their Way in a Photograhic Archives Haystack
265 James M. Turner, Indexing "Ordinary" Pictures for Storage and Retrieval
275 Betsey Buckheit, Between Two Vocabularies: Image Indexer as Middleman
283 Janice Woo, Indexing: At Play in the Fields of Postmodernism
295 David Bearman, Thesaurally Mediated Retrieval

Vol. 10, No. 2 (1994)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Projects On and Off the Net
79 Mary Bergstein and Maureen C. O'Brien, Looking at Sculpture: The Photographers' Choices at Rhode Island School of Design
101 Achim Lipp, Towards The Electronic Kunst and Wunderkammer: Spinning on the European MuseumsNetwork EMN
119 Andrew Eskind, Photography Database Available on Internet
129 The ICONCLASS Research and Development Group, Project Updates: ICONCLASS
135 Jerry M. Mallick, National Gallery of Art: Photographic Archives' Listing of Holdings
141 Barabara Stevenson, reviewing Alias Olympia, by Eunice Lipton
147 Régine Thiriez, reviewing Souvenirs from Japan, by Margarita Winkel
151 Robert L. McGrath, reviewing The Empire of the Eye, by Angela Miller
155 Elizabeth Peck Learned, reviewing Space Planning for the Art Library, edited by Beryl K. Smith
159 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviewing Gallery of Old Masters, Dresden, Saskia Ltd., Portland, Oregon; The Frick Collection Paintings, an ImageBase from AXS, Digital Collections, Inc., Berkeley, California

Vol. 10, No. 1 (1994)

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A special issue on Issues in Electronic Imaging, edited by Christine L. Sundt

v Contributors
vii Christine L. Sundt, Reshaping Life and Culture Digitally
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1 Benjamin R. Kessler, Electronic Images in Visual Resources Collections: Some Strategic Questions
11 Michael Ester, Digital Images in the Context of Visual Collections and Scholarship
25 Deirdre C. Stam, Pondering Pixeled Pictures: Research Directions in the Digital Imaging of Art Objects
41 Victoria Wyatt and Ged McLean, Imaging Databases in Research and Teaching: Global Perspectives and New Research Technologies
49 William Weinstein, Designing an Image Database: A Holistic Approach
57 Jim Wallace, Project Chapman: The Direct Delivery of Digital Smithsonian Photographic Images Via the Internet
61 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviwing Perseus 1.0: Interactive Sources and Studies on Ancient Greece, Gregory Crane, Editor-in-chief
71 Margaret N. Webster, "The Future of Memories": The Kodak Photo CD System

Vol. 9, No. 4 (1994)

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vii Helene E. Roberts, Welcome to a New Editorial Board Member
333 James M. Bower, Artistic Exchange
335 Helene E. Roberts, Second Hand Images: The Role of Surrogates in Artistic and Cultural Exchange
Panel 1
347 Anthony Hamber [Moderator], 19th-century Photography as a Tool for Artist Exchange
349 Claudio de Polo Saibanti, Alinari: A Photographic Dynasty from the Origins of the Photographic Atelier to the Industrial Era (1852-1890)
361 Friedrich Kestel, The Arthur Kingsley Porter Collection of Photography and the European Preservation of Monuments
Panel 2
383 Jeremy Rees [Moderator], The Digitized Artwork: European Initiatives
Panel 3
385 Max Marmor and Jenni Rodda [Moderators], Computer Applications in Visual Resources Collections: The Role of Periodicals
389 Christine L. Sundt, Electronic Publishing in Visual Resources: On the Brink or in the Future?
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401 Maryly Snow, reviewing The Art & Architecture Thesaurus: The Authority Reference Tool, directed by Toni Peterson and The Art & Architecture Thesaurus: Supplement I, directed by Toni Petersen
409 Brigitte Buettner, reviewing Techniques of the Observer: On Vision and Modernity in the Nineteenth Century, by Jonathan Crary
413 Thomas P. Gates, reviewing Vienna, the Spirit of a City, Videodisc and Guidebook, by Titus Leber
421 Virginia G. Abblitt, reviewing Ana Mendieta: Fuego de Tierra, Videodisc, directed by Nereyda Garcia-Ferraz, Kate Horsfield, and Branda Miller
425 John Lillis, reviewing The History of Cartography: Volume Two, Book One, Cartography in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies, edited by J. B. Harley and David Woodward
429 Author Index-Volume IX
431 Title Index-Volume IX
435 Terms Index-Volume IX

Vol. 9, No. 3 (1993)

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vii Helene E. Roberts, New Review Editor
217 William Craft Brumfield, Photographing the Russian Provinces
241 James M. Turner, Subject Access to Pictures: Considerations in the Surrogation and Indexing of Visual Documents for Storage and Retrieval
273 Régine Thiriez, The German Envoy's Vision of China: Mumm von Schwarzenstein's Photographic Album, 1900-1902
291 James M. Bower, The Visual Resources Association MARC Mapping Project
329 Trevor Fawcett, reviewing The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture, 1790-1860, by Patricia Anderson, and Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol. 24, Nos. 1-2 (Spring and Summer, 1991)

Vol. 9, No. 2 (1993)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, A New Editorial Board Member
107 Joseph Lamb, 'The Way We Life Now': Late Victorian Studios and the Popular Press
127 Ecaterina Geber and Irina Oberlander-Tarnoveanu, The National Cultural Heritage Information System in Romania
143 The Need for a Photographers' Authority Database
151 Carol Johnson, reviewing Looking at Photographs: A Guide to Technical Terms, by Gordon Baldwin
153 Melissa Banta, reviewing Guide to Photographic Collections at the Smithsonian Institution, by Diane Vogt O'Connor
159 Elizabeth O'Donnell, reviewing Gallery: Illustration Data Base for Gardner's Art Through the Ages, Ninth Edition, by Luraine Tansey
163 RECOMDOC '92: Report on the First Eastern European Conference on Museum and Cultural Heritage Documentation, by Nancy Bryan,
National Conference on the Future of Information Technology in the Humanities Urges Greater Collaboration, Coordination, Advocacy

Vol. 9, No. 1 (1993)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Media Reviews
1 Benjamin E. Goldsmith, Notable Russian and Soviet Illustrated Books and Photographs at the New York Public Library: A Selective List of Matrial Preserved with Funds from the Department of Education's Title II-C Program
29 The New Art Historians Astray in the Old Vasarian Order of the Visual Library
31 Harry Rand, I Only Know What I Read in the Papers
39 Claire Richter Sherman, Beyond the Photo Archive: Imaging the History of Psychology
53 Benjamin R. Kessler, Canonicity and the Visual Resources Collection
59 Christine Bunting, Questioning Representation: When Art History Becomes Visual Culture
73 Max Marmor, reviewing Aby Warburg: Akten des internationalen Symposions, Hamburg 1990, edited by Horst Bredekamp, Michael Diers, and Charlotte Schoell-Glass
79 Leslie Johnston, reviewing Carnival American Style: Mardi Gras at New Orleans and Mobile, by Samuel Kinser
85 Gordon Baldwin, reviewing Focus East: Early Photography in the Near East (1839-1885), by Nissan N. Perez
89 Brent F. Maddox, reviewing Art Information: Research Methods and Resources, 3rd edition, by Lois Swan Jones
95 Charles Lachman, reviewing A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China, or Surface is Illusion but so is Depth, by David Hockney [author/narrator] and Philip Haas [director]
101 1992-1993 Directory of Software for Archives and Museums
102 The Census of Antique Art and Architecture Known to the Renaissance

Vol. 8, No. 4 (1992)

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vii Helene E. Roberts, Searching for a Standard (or, at least, a Common Denominator)
321 Peter J. Holliday, John Henry Parker: An Introduction
325 Judith Keller, A Modern Means to Accurate Knowledge
335 Kenneth A. Breisch, Rome Through the Veil of time: Parker, Ruskin, and the Romantic Vision of Classicism
343 Susan Wester, Three Nineteenth-century Photographers of the Ruins of Ancient Rome
355 Diane Favro, Capturing the Past: Experiencing the Ancient City through Historical Photographs
363 John Henry Parker: Selected Bibliography
367 Hans Brandhorst and Peter van Huisstede, ICONCLASS: Recent Developments
383 Amy Conger, reviewing Picture Collections, México, A Guide to Picture Sources in the United Mexican States, edited by Martha Davidson, Carlota Duarate, and Raúl Solano Núñez
387 Michael Ermarth, reviewing Art as History: Episodes in the Culture and Politics of Nineteenth-century Germany, by Peter Paret
393 Alicia Faxon, reviewing The Eternal Moment: Essays on the Photographic Image, by Estelle Jussim
397 Régine Thiriez, reviewing L'oeil du consul, by Auguste François, edited by Pierre Seydoux; and Le mandarin blanc, souvenirs d'un consul en Extrême-Orient, 1886-1904, by Auguste François, edited by Pierre Seydoux
401 Helene Roberts, reviewing Surrealism and Women, edited by Marry Ann Caws, Rudolf E. Kuenzli, and Gwen Raaberg; and Body Criticism: Imaging the Unseen in Enlightenment Art and Medicine, by Barbara Marie Stafford
407 Author Index-Volume VIII
409 Title Index-Volume VIII
411 Index of Terms-Volume VIII

Vol. 8, No. 3 (1992)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, A Familiar Story; Another Endangered Species
219 Alicia Craig Faxon, Rossetti's Reputation: A Study of the Dissemination of His Art through Photographs
247 Marie Czach, Philip Gilbert Hamerton and the Published Picture
265 Diana Emery Hulick, Analog Past, Digital Future: Changing Concepts in Photographic Imagination
273 Christopher Burnett, Power Lines: The Image of Scientific Visualization
293 John Sunderland, The New Location of the Witt Library
307 Max Marmor, reviewing Visual Theory: Painting and Interpretation, edited by Norman Bryson, Michael Ann Holly and Keith Moxey
311 Sara Jane Pearman, reviewing Bradbury Thompson, The Art of Graphic Design, by Bradbury Thompson, with contributions by noteworthy designers, critics, and art historians
315 Peter Blank, reviewing Photography Until Now, by John Szarkowski

Vol. 8, No. 2 (1991)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Surrogate Images
81 Diana Emery Hulick, From Prohibition to Acceptance: Shakers and Photography in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
105 Patricia J. Anderson, Civilizing the Viewer: Images of Social Virtue in English Popular Magazine, 1830-1860
125 Christine Bunting, Rediscovery of Photography: A Brief Bibliographic Essay on Photography and Publishing
143 Anna-Letizia Marchitelli Focardi, The Iconography of "God the Father" in the Act of Blessing and the Use of ICONCLASS
155 Stella de Sá Rego, reviewing Eyewitness to War: Prints and Daguerreotypes of the Mexican War, 1846-1848, by Martha A. Sandweiss, Rick Stewart, and Ben W. Huseman
159 Frederick N. Bohrer, reviewing American Apocalypse: The Great Fire and the Myth of Chicago, by Ross Miller
163 Carol Lettieri, reviewing The Farther Shore: A Natural History of Perception, 1798-1984, by Don Gifford
  167 Alison Stewart, reviewing How to Identify Prints. A Complete Guide to Manual and Mechanical Processes from Woodcut to Ink Jet, by Bamber Gascoigne

 Vol. 8, No. 1 (1991)

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A special issue on ICONCLASS Retrieval, edited by Hans Brandhorst and Peter van Huisstede

vii Helene E. Roberts, ICONCLASS at Forty
xi Preface
xiii Participants
1 Hans Brandhorst and Peter van Huisstede, Introduction: Report on the ICONCLASS Workshop, June 26-28, 1989
5 Section 1. Functional Requirements for an ICONCLASS Retrieval System
13 Section 2. Implications of Using ICONCLASS in an Automated Retrieval System
25 Section 3. The AHIP Prototype
39 Section 4. The Maintenance and Development of ICONCLASS
43 Epilogue: Workshop Results and Some Recent ICONCLASS developments
49 Appendix 1: ICONCLASS Questionnaire
51 Projects and Respondents
53 The Questionnaire
59 Appendix 2: Glossary
69 Description of Characteristic Functions of an ICONCLASS Retrieval System
79 Historical Photographs of the Southwest Available on Microfiche

Vol. 7, No. 4 (1991)

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A special issue on Electronic Visual Imaging in the Museum, edited by Alan B. Newman, Deirdre C. Stam, and Christine L. Sundt

v Contributors
ix Christine L. Sundt, Imaging vs. Imagining
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291 Deirdre C. Stam, Introduction
293 Howard Besser, User Interfaces for Museums
311 Kent Lydecker, Observations on Museum Use of Electronic Imaging: Today & Tomorrow
319 Alan B. Newman, Electronic Imaging Systems for Museums
327 Michael Ester, Image Quality and Viewer Perception
353 Paul Kahn and Bernard J. Haan, Video in Hypermedia: The Design of InterVideo
361 Judi Moline, Linking Information to Objects: A Hypertext Prototype for Numismatists
379 Ben Davis, Infra-thin Multimedia
395 Kathleen S. Wilson, The Interactive Video Research and Development Project of the Museum Education Consortium
401 Jane Stone, J. Denbigh Starkey, Ray S. Babcock, Laurie Reinhart, and Xian Ling Wu, Three-Dimensional Computer Modeling for Museum Applications
411 Marilyn Schmitt, James Druzik, Andrew Eskind, Russell Kirsch, and Paul Kahn, Discussion: Potentials and Pitfalls
423 John G. Lillis, reviewing Envisioning Information, by Edward R. Tufte
427 Louise Lippincott, reviewing Munch and Photography, by Arne Eggum, translated by Birgit Holm
431 Patricia J. Barnett, Art Information Task Force
433 Author Index-Volume VII
435 Subject Index-Volume VII
437 Index of Terms, Names, and Concepts-Volume VII

Vol. 7, Nos. 2-3 (1990)

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A special issue on Photography and Art History

v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, From Panopticon to Kaleidoscope: The Art Historial Photograph Collection in Transition
135 Anthony Hamber, The Use of Photography by Nineteenth-century Art Historians
163 Joseph Romano, Connoisseurship and Photography: The Methodology of Mojmir Frinta
185 Friedrich Kestel, translated by Judith Supp, Walter Hege (1893-1955): "Race Art Phtographer" and/or "Master of Photography"?
209 Ralph Lieberman, Thoughts of an Art Historian/Photographer on the Relationship of His Two Disciplines
239 Jeanne Marty and Susan Wester, Documentation of Roman Architecture; Special Projects of the Getty Center
255 Brent Maddox, Bunched Images Begetting Ideas
285 Thomas Weston Fels, Photography and Art History: Symposium Report

Vol. 7, No. 1 (1990)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, ICONCLASS Projects
1 Roelof van Straten, Indexing Italian Prints with ICONCLASS
23 Helen Ronan, "Minions of the Sun" - An Introduction to the Albumen Print
33 Edward Kasinec and Robert H. Davis, The Russian Illustrated Book and Photographic Collections of the Slavic and Baltic Division, The New York Public Library; A Preservation Project Funded by the Higher Education Act's Title II-C Program
43 Sandra C. Walker, Technology Usage in Visual Resources Collections in the United States
55 Patricia Harpring, The Architectural Subject Authority of the Foundation for Documents of Architecture
65 Richard Allen, reviewing Painting as an Art, by Richard Wollheim, and The Truth in Painting, by Jacques Derrida
73 Amy L. Walsh, reviewing The School of Prague: Painting at the Court of Rudolf II, by Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann
79 John G. Lillis, reviewing The Visual Elements of Landscape, by John A. Jackle
83 Barbara K. Stevenson, reviewing The Bolshevik Poster, by Stephen White

Vol. 6, No. 4 (1990)

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A special issue - On Professionalism, edited by Rebecca Miller Hoort

v Helene E. Roberts, Why a Profession?
315 Rebecca Miller Hoort, General Introduction
321 Christine L. Sundt, Professionalism and Professional Status: Personal Reflections
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327 Carla Conrad Freeman, Visual Media in Education: An Informal History
341 Astrid R. Otey, A History of the Visual Resources Association
349 Carla Conrad Freeman, Visual Collections as Information Centers
361 A Portfolio of Scenes from Visual Collections
379 Linda McRae, Upgrading Professional Status: Florida as a Case Study
387 Nancy Shelby Schuller, The Curator's Job Description: Development and Evaluation
393 Christina B. Updike, Position Classification: The Evaluation of a Job Description
399 Rebecca Miller Hoort, Equal Pay for Equal Work and Comparable Worth: An Introduction
401 Lynda J. Ames, Equal Pay for Work of Comparable Value: Issues to Consider When Beginning an Initiative
415 Carla Conrad Freeman, Professional Issues for the Visual Resources Curator: A Bibliography

Vol. 6, No. 3 (1990)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, What Happened to the Old Idea of the Fototeca?
203 Régine Thiriez, Old Photography and the Yuanmingyuan
219 Anthony Hamber, The Photography of Visual Arts, 1839-1880: Part IV
243 William Brumfield, The Color Photographs of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii
257 Sharon Rapoport, Archiving Art Therapy Images
267 Russell A. Kirsch, The History of Art History in the 21st Century, as Viewed from Computer Science: 20-20 Hindsight from the Year of the Same Name
279 Amy Rule, reviewing The Origins of Photography and The Rise of Photography: 1830-1880, the Age of Collodion, by Helmut Gernsheim
291 Susan Wester, reviewing Architecture Transformed: A History of the Photography of Buildings from 1839 to the Present, by Cervin Robinson and Joel Herschman
295 Dan Jones, reviewing The Unpretentious Pose. The Work of E.O. Goldbeck, A People's Photographer, by Marguerite Davenport, and The Panoramic Photography of Eugene O. Goldbeck, by Claude W. Burleson and Jessica E. Hickman
299 Fraiser McConnell, reviewing A Photographer in the Kingdom: Christian J. Hedemann's Early Images of Hawai'i, by Lynn Ann Davis with Nelson Foster
303 Sheryl Conkelton, reviewing Fabrications: Staged, Altered, and Appropriated Photographs, by Anne H. Hoy
307 Bill Ryan, reviewing America in the Depression Years

Vol. 6, No. 2 (1989)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, The Object Record
121 Ruth Richardson, George Godwin of The Builder: Indefatigable Journalist and Instigator of a Fine Victorian Visual Resource
141 Michael Greenhalgh, Videodiscs and their Future in Art History
165 Anthony Hamber, The Photography of the Visual Arts, 1839-1880: Part III
181 Elma Sanders, Originals and Copies: The Meanings in an Object. Commentary on the Exhibition Museo dei Musei, at the Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, September 16-November 27, 1988
187 Helen Ronan, reviewing The Media Lab: Inventing the Future at MIT, by Stewart Brand
191 Ranee Katzenstein, reviewing From Durrow to Kells: The Insular Gospel-books, 650-800, by George Henderson
195 Andrej Smrekar, reviewing Yugoslavia: Monuments of Art from Prehistory to the Present Day, by Lazar Trifunovic

Vol. 6, No. 1 (1989)

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iii Contributors
v Helene E. Roberts, The Quiet Revolution
1 Christopher Burnett, Hypertext Computer Applications for Picture Collections: Representing the Fabric of the Archive
19 Anthony Hamber, The Photography of the Visual Arts, 1839-1880: Part II
43 Constane C. Gould, Images in the Future for the Research Libraries Group?
53 ICONCLASS Candidate Sheet
57 Donald Outerbridge, 1923-1988
59 Myra D. Orth, reviewing Picturing Art in Antwerp, 1550-1700, by Zirka Zaremba Filipczak
63 Gordon Baldwin, reviewing Second View: The Rephotographic Survey Project, by Paul Klett, Ellen Manchester, and others
67 Thomas Moon, reviewing Masterpieces of Medical Photography: Selections from the Burns Archive, edited by Joel-Peter Witkin
71 Glenn C. Willumson, reviewing The Artist as Reporter, by Paul Hogarth
73 Leslie J. Payatt, reviewing Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method, by John Collier, Jr. and Malcom Collier

Vol. 5, No. 4 (Winter 1989)

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iii Contributors
v Helene E. Roberts, 150 Years of Photography
259 William Craft Brumfield, Photographing Russian Architecture
289 Anthony Hamber, The Photography of the Visual Arts, 1839-1880: Part 1
311 David Bearman, Implications of Interactive Digital Media for Visual Collections
325 Cynthia R. Jasper, Visual Resources and the Analysis of Historic Costume
337 Alison Chipman, reviewing Subject Access to Visual Resources Collections, by Karen Markey; Authority Control Symposium: Papers Presented During the 14th Annual ARLIS/NA Conference, New York, February 10, 1986, edited by Karen Muller
343 Clifford R. Backman, reviewing Book Illumination in the Middle Ages: An Introduction, by Otto Pacht; The Glory of the Page: Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts from Glasgow University Library, by Nigel Thorp
347 Bruce Bobick, reviewing Markings: Aerial Views of Sacred Landscapes, essays by Maria Reiche
351 Charles Dill, reviewing The Changing Image of Beethoven: A Study of Mythmaking, by Alessandra Comini
355 John Lillis, reviewing The History of Cartography: Volume One, Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean, edited by J.B. Harley and David Woodward
359 David Harris Cohen, reviewing Art Nouveau Bing: Paris Style 1900, by Gabriel P. Weisberg
363 Sandra C. Walker, reviewing Return to Glory: Michelangelo Revealed, the Restoration of the Sistine Chapel, by Crown Video
367 Basic Training for Slide Curators in Art and Architecture
368 Microcomputer Applications in Visual Resource Collections

Vol. 5, No. 3 (Autumn 1988)

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A special issue - Report on the ICONCLASS Workshop, November 2-4, 1987, edited by Catherine Gordon

v Helene E. Roberts, Special Numbers of Visual Resources
vii Catherine Gordon, REPORT ON THE ICONCLASS WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 2-4, 1987, sponsored by The Getty Art History Information Program, Eleanor Fink, Vocabulary Coordination Group
197 Preface
199 Foreword
201 Participants
205 Projects
209 Preliminaries
210 ICONCLASS Examples: Panini, St. Paul Preaching Among the Ruins and Oosten, Garden of Eden
214 Discussion
221 Order
223 Interpretation
226 Evolution
229 Future Publications
230 Instruction
231 Appendix A: ICONCLASS Questionnaire
234 Appendix B: Glossary of Notations
246 Appendix C: Sample Photographs
247 Appendix D: Reference Books
258 Bibliography/Project Contributions

Vol. 5, No. 2 (Summer 1988)

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v Contributors
vii Helene E. Roberts, Clues to the Future of Visual Collections
83 ART AND ILLUSION: PHOTOGRAPHIC ISSUES IN PUBLISHING VISUAL ART, ARLIS/NA & VRA Joint Session, at the CAA Annual Meeting, February 10, 1988, Dallas, Texas
83 Eleanor Fink, Introduction
85 Bert L. Long, The Role of the Artist in Reproducing Works of Art
93 Thomas Moon, The Original in Reproduction
105 Harry Rand, Users, Used and Abused
113 Eric van Tassel, Some Reactions from an Ex-Officio Philistine
123 Roelof van Straten and Leendert D. Couprie, Corrections of the ICONCLASS System
135 Donna Lacy Collins, A Slide Library Data Base Using the Apple® Macintosh™ Plus System
173 Anthony Hamber, reviewing The Image Multiplied: Five Centuries of Printed Reproductions of Paintings and Drawings
177 Anne-Marie Logan, reviewing Optical Media: Their Implications for Archives and Museums, by David Bearman
183 Anne-Marie Logan, reviewing Videodisc and Optial Disk Technologies and their Applications in Libraries, 1986 Update, by Judy McQueen and Richard W. Boss
187 Sheila Klos, reviewing The Comfortable House: North American Suburban Architecture 1890-1930, by Alan Gowans, and Houses by Mail: A Guide to Houses from Sears, Roebuck and Company, by Katherine Cole Stevenson and H. Ward Jandl
191 Helen Ronan, reviewing Care and Identification of 19th-century Photographic Prints, by James Reilly, with assistance of Constance McCabe

Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 1988)

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v Helene E. Roberts, ICONCLASS
1 Robert P. Spindler, Windows to the American Past, Lantern Slides as Historic Evidence
17 Philip Pacey, The Poor Man's Claude Lorraines: Unravelling the Story of the Dissemination of the Image
33 Susan Wester, Barbara Bini: Archaeological Photographer
41 Lee Boltin, reviewing How to Photograph Works of Art, by Sheldon Collins
43 Theodore C. Landsmark, reviewing Black Photographers, 1840-1940: An Illustrated Bio- Bibliography, by Debortah Willis-Thomas
47 Nadene Byrne, reviewing Contemporary Art Documentation and Fine Arts Libraries, by Sydney Starr Keaveney

Vol 4, No. 4 (Winter 1988)

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v Helene E. Roberts, Editorial
313 Judith Hancock Sandoval, Documenting Little-known Architecture: Thirty Years in Latin American and the West
  347 Martha Davidson and Carlota Duarte in Conversation with the Editor: Picture Collections in Mexico
  359 Judith Luskey, Early American Anthropologists as Photographers of North American Indians
  373 Eleanor E. Fink and Christine M. Hennessey, Testing the Flexibility of the MARC Format
  389 Janet Parks, Return to Sender-Addressee Unknown
403 Gail Aronow, reviewing The Sistine Chapel: The Art, the History, and the Restoration, by Carlo Pietrangeli et al.
407 Trevor Fawcett, reviewing Pygmalion photographe: la sculpture devant la caméra, 1844-1936, edited by Rainer Michel Mason
411 Sara Jane Pearman, reviewing Insular and Anglo-Saxon Illuminated Manuscripts: An Iconographic Catalogue, c.A.D. 625 to 1100, edited by Thomas H. Ohlgren
415 David Mattison, Computer Technology for Conservators: Proceedings of the 11th Annual IIC-CG Conference Workshop, May 13-16, 1985, Halifax, Canada, edited by John Perkins
419 Elizabeth M. Kelly, reviewing Master Drawings in the Royal Collection, Windsor Castle: From Leonardo da Vinci to the Present Day

Vol. 4, No. 3 (Autumn 1987)

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v Helene E. Roberts, Accessibility to Visual Materials
223 Richard A. Sundt, Text as Visual Document: The Case of the Dominican Church at Nîmes
237 Claire Richter Sherman, ICONCLASS: A Historical Perspective
247 Patricia J. Barnett, The Art and Architecture Thesaurus as a Faceted MARC Format
261 George Everard Kidder Smith, On the Photograhy of Architecture
273 Monni Adams, Looking Beyond the Photographic Image
283 Laurie A. Baty, reviewing Farm Security Administration Photographs, an exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art; The Empire That Was Russia: A Photographic Record by Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky, an exhibition at the Library of Congress
289 Alicia Faxon, reviewing Catalogue of the Rudimentary Series, in the Arrangement of 1873 with Ruskin's Comments of 1878, edited by Robert Hewison
299 Ron Wiedenhoeft, reviewing The Photography of Architecture: Twelve Views, by Akito Busch
303 David Harris Cohen, reviewing Decorative Arts in Europe, 1790-1850, by Léon de Groër
307 Brent F. Maddox, reviewing Textiles Designs, 1840-1985; Theatre Set Designs; Netsuke, Japanese Miniature Carvings, Three Collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Vol. 4, No. 2 (Summer 1987)

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v Helene E. Roberts, Computers in Visual Collections: Two Viewpoints
127 Pekka Korvenmaa, Visual Documentation of Art in Finland: An Overview
141 John Sunderland and Catherine Gordon, The Witt Computer Index
153 Christine Bunting, Remembering Dream Pictures: The Branson DeCou Archive at the University of California, Santa Cruz
165 Joy Alexander, Copyright Protection vis-à-vis Teaching Effectiveness: The Role of the Curator
175 Pamela Miller Ness, The Map as Information-Display System: A Visual Analysis of Bonner's 1722 Town Plan of Boston
191 Rebecca J. Hoort, Upgrading Professional Status Through Fair Pay: Equal Pay for Equal Work and the Comparable Worth Issue
201 Rothco Cartoons
203 Laurie Fusco, reviewing Renaissance Artists and Antique Sculpture, A Handbook of Sources, by Phyllis Pray Bober and Ruth Rubinstein
207 R. Wilson Greene, reviewing Touched by Fire: A Photographic Portrait of the Civil War, Vol. 2, edited by William D. Davis
211 James Carmin, reviewing Amateurs. Photography and the Mid-Victorian Imagination, by Grace Seiberling, with Carolyn Bloore
215 Pamela Hassell-Marcusson, reviewing Picture Researcher's Handbook: An International Guide to Picture Sources - And How to Use Them, by Hilary and Mary Evans
219 Stephanie C. Sigala, reviewing Organizing Your Photographs, by Ernest M. Robl

Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring 1987)

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v Helene E. Roberts, Visual Lib
1 Trevor Fawcett, Plane Surfaces and Solid Bodies: Reproducing Three-Dimensional Art in the Nineteenth Century
25 Deirdre C. Stam, Factors Affecting Authority Work in Art Historical Information Systems; A Report of Findings from a Study Undertaken for the Comité International d'Histoire de L'Art (CIHA) Project: Thesaurus Artis Universalis (TAU)
51 Charles S. Rhyne, A Slide Collection of Constable's Paintings: An Art Historian's Need for Visual Documentation
71 Anne-Marie Logan, The Costs of Building and Maintaining an Art History Database
83 Peter R. Scott, reviewing Manual of Document Microphotography, by Michael J. Gunn

Vol. 3, No. 4 (Winter 1987)

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v Helene E. Roberts, In Transition: From Slide Room to Visual Library
263 Errol Jackson Discusses His Photographs of the Work of Henry Moore
273 Wendy Holden, Photography as an Aid in Restoration of the Wall Paintings at Horuy-ji
287 Darrell Davisson, A Look at Some Forthcoming Resources in Optical Disc Storage
317 Victoria Dawson, reviewing Focusing on Art: Peter A. Juley and Son, an exhibition at the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
331 Estelle Jussim, reviewing Visual Paraphrases: Studies in Mass Imagery (Acta Universitatis Uppsaliensis. Figura), by Hedvig Brander Johnson et al.
335 Mark Roskill, reviewing Art and Photography: Forerunners and Influences, Selected Essays, by Heinrich Schwarz, edited by William E. Parker
339 Charlotte Kroll Burk, reviewing Archives and Manuscripts: Administration of Photographic Collection, by Mary Lynn Ritzanthaler, Gerald J. Munoff, and Margery S. Long
343 David Mattison, reviewing Photography and Photographers to 1900: An Annotated Bibliography, by Robert S. Sennett
347 Vicky Bohm, reviewing Gimson and Barnsley Designs and Drawing in the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museums
351 Sandra C. Walker, reviewing Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, Victorian Photographic Collection

Vol. 3, No. 3 (Autumn 1986)

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v Helene E. Roberts, Editorial
167 Jennifer Montague, "The "Ruland/Raphael Collection"
185 Andrea Gibbs and Pat Stevens, MARC and the Computerization of the National Gallery of Art Photographic Resources
209 Blenda Femenias and Patricia Mansfield, Museum Management and Collections Access, Using ARTSearch, an Interactive Videodisc-Computer System
227 Karen Einaudi, Photographic Archives of Art and Archaeology in Italy
235 Anne-Marie Logan, reviewing Jan G. van Gelder and Ingrid Jost, Jan de Bisschop and his Icones & Paradigmata, Classical Antiquities and Italian Drawings for Artistic Instruction in Seventeenth-century Holland, edited by Keith Andrews (Doornspijk, Davaco Publishers, 1985)
249 Robert S. Sennett, Four Exhibition Catalogues on Engravings after Raphael and Leonardo
259 Excerpt from Jan de Bischop's Icones

New Series, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Summer 1986)

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v Visual Resources and the Visual Resources Association
vii Helene E. Roberts, Visual Resources
75 Robert S. Sennett, Early Photographic Catalogues: An Untapped Resource
97 Wu Tung on Project Emperor-I: An Interview
107 Melissa Banta and Curtis M. Hinsley, with assistance of Joan Kathryn O'Donnell: From Site to Sight: Anthropology, Photography, and the Power of Imagery: An Exhibition
117 Arxiu mas
119 Amy Stark, reviewing Silver Cities: The Photography of American Urbanization, 1839-1915, by Peter Bacon Hales
123 Mary Williamson, reviewing Printmaking & Picture Printing: A Bibliographic Guide to Artistic & Industrial Techniques in Britain 1750-1900, compiled by Gavin Bridson and Geoffrey Wakeman
127 Brenda D. Rix, reviewing Pictures to Print: The Nineteenth-century Engraving Trade, by Anthony Dyson
131 Bernard Berenson on Isochromatic Film

Vol. 3, No. 1 (August 1983), edited by James M. Bower

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1 Thomas E. Kelly & Thomas H. Ohlgren, Paths to Memory: Iconographic Indices to Roman de la Rose and Prose Lancelot Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library
16 Karen Markey, Computer-Assisted Construction of a Thematic Catalog of Primary and Secondary Subject Matter
50 Suzanne Babineau & Thomas Babineau, A Data Base System for Visual Resources Collections: A System Analysis
61 Sara Jane Pearman, Sources for Slides of Medieval Manuscripts
65 N. Cashman, Slide Sources for Medieval Architecture

Vol 2, Nos. 1, 2, 3 (Fall/Winter 1981/Spring 1982), Patricia M. Walsh, Managing Editor, and Tony Sloggett, Consulting Editor

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2 Editorial
3 Ernst Gombrich: Icones Symbolicae
7 Karin Einaudi, The Fototeca Unione Archive and Archaeological Photography
18 Karin Einaudi, Photographic Documentation of Pompeii
21 Colin Thompson, Why Do You Need to See the Original Painting Anyway?
37 Christine L. Sundt, Mounting Slide Film Between Glass-For Preservation or Destruction?
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63 Sven Sandström, Toward a Universal Program for the Documentation of Art
68 John Walsh, Patricia Walsh, and Robert Millman, on Photographing Sculpture: Interview with David Finn
92 Judy Hoffberg, Microfiche Art: Interview with Caroline Cochrane Kent
101 Kevin Roddy, The Belmont Conference on Subject Access
112 John R. Clarke, Recent Pompeiana: Visual Documentation
122 Carole W. Campbell, Slide Sources for Etruscan & Roman Art
143 Rosann Auchstetter, Betty Jo Irvine & Eileen Fry, Visual Resources Retrospective 1980
154 Notable
157 Contributors

Vol. 1, Nos. 2-3 (Fall 1980-Winter 1981), Patricia M. Walsh, Managing Editor, and Tony Sloggett, Consulting Editor

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122 Editorial
123 Erwin Panofsky: The Icon as Logos
127 Douglas Mazonowicz, Documenting Prehistoric Art
134 Warren G. Moon, A Selected Bibliography for the Documentation of Greek Iconography in Earlier Periods
148 Carol Martin Watts, Bridging Conceptual Gaps Through Dissolve Imagery
163 Takashi Okamura, The Vatican Frescoes of Michelangelo
173 Mary Jane Sobinski-Smith, The Yale Center for British Art: The Photograph
188 Carol Grace Rambusch & Carol Herselle Krinsky, A Plan for America's Architectural Records
193 Pat Molholt, The Art and Architecture Thesaurus: A Project Report
200 Thomas H. Ohlgren, Conference on Computerized Inventory Standards for Works of Art: A Review
204 Raymond Vézina, The Computer: Passing Fad or Thorough-Going Revolution?
259 Helene E. Roberts, Slide Sources for Ancient Aegean and Greek Art
 268  Eye-Com Microfiche Projector
269 Notable
271 Contributors

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 1980), Patricia M. Walsh, Managing Editor, and Tony Sloggett, Consulting Editor

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3 André Malreaux: Photography as Metamorphosis
7 Diana Lee James, The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism
19 Lynn Bryce, The Visual Image: Its Immediacy and Tradition
32 Felix Moore, Christie's Pictorial Archive
52 Deborah D. Waters, The Decorative Arts Photographic Collection: An Aid in Identification and Comparative Study
60 Evelyn Samuel, The Illustrated Bartsch: Approaches to the Organization of Visual Materials
67 Thomas H. Ohlgren, Subject Indexing of Visual Resources: A Survey
105 Carol Terry, Introduction
107 Helene Roberts, Slide Sources for Prehistoric and Ancient Art
112 Realist Seminar Projector
113 Notable
115 Contributors

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