Alison Ross

Art’ in Nancy’s ‘First Philosophy’: Th e Artwork and the Praxis of Sense Making Alison Ross Monash University Abstract For the purposes of analytical clarity it is possible to distinguish two ways in which Nancy’s ontology of sense appeals to art. First, he uses ‘art’ as a metaphorical

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The EAAA Monograph Series, entitled European Studies in Asian Art and Archaeology aims to publish in-depth, peer-reviewed scholarly contributions on topics relevant to Asian Art and Archaeology that treat these in a wider Asian context. The series endeavors to analyze and interpret the artistic and cultural heritage of ancient, modern and contemporary social realities in Asian societies, and to contribute in this way to a deeper understanding of the cultural, philosophical, political, sociological, religious and ideological values of Asia as a whole. The EAAA Series' goal is to publish innovative research that will have a lasting impact by opening new research questions, which will help trace new theoretical and methodological pathways in the field of art history.

Rama Mani

International Criminal Law Review 11 (2011) 543–560 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/157181211X576410 brill.nl/icla International Criminal Law Review Women, Art and Post-Confl ict Justice Rama Mani * Senior Research Associate, Centre for International Studies, University of

J. Cheryl Exum

11,2_colophon.indd I 6/22/07 9:46:51 AM 6/22/07 9:46:51 AM Abstracting & Indexing Religion and the Arts is abstracted/indexed in American Humanities Index; Art Bibliographies Modern; Bibliography of the History of Art; MLA International Bibliography of Books & Articles on the Modern Languages and

Jessica Chao, Patrick Cavanagh and Dina Wang

Spatial Vision , Vol. 21, No. 3–5, pp. 261 – 270 (2008)  Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008. Also available online - www.brill.nl/sv Reflections in art PATRICK CAVANAGH 1 , 2 , ∗ , JESSICA CHAO 1 and DINA WANG 1 1 Department of Psychology, Harvard University, 33 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, MA

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Editors Reworlding Art History

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Art History

The first systematic catalogue in the field of art and art history. The emphasis has been placed on serials and monographs concerning the history of western art. The monographs are divided over 8 different subjects:
• Reference works;
• Individual artists;
• Iconography and iconology;
• Public festivities and splendid ceremonies;
• Practical handbooks;
• Theory of art;
• Descriptions of collections, Catalogues of museums etc.;
• Miscellaneous.

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Brigitte Luchesi

luchesibrigitte@aol.com Abstract Europeans familiar with sacred Hindu art from visits to museums often are per- plexed when they encounter similar objects in temples and sacred sites. Th e exhib- its tend to look diff erent. Th is can be explained by the diff erent ways to present them as well as the diff erent

Christopher Tyler

Spatial Vision , Vol. 20, No. 6, pp. 509 – 530 (2007)  VSP 2007. Also available online - www.brill.nl/sv Some principles of spatial organization in art CHRISTOPHER W. TYLER Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, 2318 Fillmore Street, San Francisco CA 94115, USA Received 4 August 2006

Art Sales Catalogues Online

Online Access to Complete Sales Catalogues from 1600-1900

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Now available: User Guide: Art Sales Catalogues Online.

The Art Sales Catalogues Online (ASCO) publication offers easy access to complete historical art sales catalogues for the period 1600 to 1900. Lugt's Répertoire Online database has been included in this publication and serves as the "entrance gate" to the catalogues.
The earliest art sales catalogues, also known as auction catalogues, appeared in the early 17th century, as simple leaflets. Over time, the catalogues grew into extensive, richly-illustrated publications. The catalogues are intriguing not only from the point of view of Art History, but also provide glimpses into the economic and sociological climate of the time.
Much research in the field of Art History relies on access to art sales catalogues. Art Sales Catalogues Online providing access to thousands of complete sales catalogues from the period 1600-1900, combines a wealth of information from art sales catalogues with the reference facility of Lugt’s Répertoire.
In his impressive four-volume work Répertoire des catalogues de ventes publiques intéressant l’art ou la curiosité ("Repertory of Catalogues of Public Sale concerned with Art or Objets d'art"), Frits Lugt (Amsterdam 1884–Paris1970) covered the period 1600 to 1925. In Lugt’s Répertoire, the catalogues are arranged in strict chronological order and provide meticulous details of auctions, as well as recording annotations written in the catalogues. Lugt also indicates the library where the catalogue may be consulted. The online edition of Lugt’s work for the period 1600-1900 is the “entrance gate” to Arts Sales Catalogues Online.

Search Options in ASCO:
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• Online access to art sales catalogues from 1600-1900
• Includes Lugt’s Répertoire Vols. 1-3
• Currently available: 65482 Lugt records (1600-1900), 34,015 scanned catalogues (1600-1900)
• Last supplement: November 2019: 464 catalogues from the Philadelphia Museum of Art

New supplements will be added regularly.

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