caravaggista:

Announcing ArtHistory.us
ArtHistory.us is a forthcoming open access art history journal that seeks to intersect the academic and public realm by providing a platform for the free interchange of ideas between people, regardless of where they are on their academic or professional journey.
The journal is founded on three core beliefs:
Everyone has something valuable to say about art and its history.
The digital age is transforming how the historical narrative of art is being told.
Research and ideas should be openly shared.
The journal is seeking submissions on any aspect of the history of art for its Summer 2014 release. A quarterly print edition of the journal comprised of content from the website chosen by the editor will be released in September 2014.
Submissions can be made by filling out the ArtHistory.us Submissions Form. Let’s narrate the story of art together through new perspectives and rich interpretations.
More information about the journal’s mission, content, and staff can be found by navigating to the ArtHistory.us About page.

caravaggista:

Announcing ArtHistory.us

ArtHistory.us is a forthcoming open access art history journal that seeks to intersect the academic and public realm by providing a platform for the free interchange of ideas between people, regardless of where they are on their academic or professional journey.

The journal is founded on three core beliefs:

  • Everyone has something valuable to say about art and its history.
  • The digital age is transforming how the historical narrative of art is being told.
  • Research and ideas should be openly shared.

The journal is seeking submissions on any aspect of the history of art for its Summer 2014 release. A quarterly print edition of the journal comprised of content from the website chosen by the editor will be released in September 2014.

Submissions can be made by filling out the ArtHistory.us Submissions Form. Let’s narrate the story of art together through new perspectives and rich interpretations.

More information about the journal’s mission, content, and staff can be found by navigating to the ArtHistory.us About page.

(via caravaggista)

renaissance-art:

Hans Holbein c. 1532

Portrait of Georg Gisze (details) 

(via journalistmeow)

pseuglam:

Antonio Solario (lo Zingaro), “Saint Catherine of Alexandria and an Angel” (detail)
XVI century
288 x 140 mm
National Gallery, London

pseuglam:

Antonio Solario (lo Zingaro), “Saint Catherine of Alexandria and an Angel” (detail)

XVI century

288 x 140 mm

National Gallery, London

(via art--gallery)

detailsofpaintings:

Circle of Anthonis Mor, Portrait of a Man in Armor (detail)
1558

detailsofpaintings:

Circle of Anthonis Mor, Portrait of a Man in Armor (detail)

1558

an-artwork-a-day:

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, High Renaissance, 1431- 1506), The Lamentation of Christ, 1480. Tempera on canvas, 68 cm × 81 cm (27 in × 32 in). Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy.

an-artwork-a-day:

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, High Renaissance, 1431- 1506), The Lamentation of Christ, 1480. Tempera on canvas, 68 cm × 81 cm (27 in × 32 in). Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy.

(via art--gallery)

renaissance-art:

Narcissus (details) c. 1500

(via semper-femina)

Hugo van der Goes c. 1470

Monforte Altar (details)

Titian c. 1520
Venus Rising from the Sea (detail)

Titian c. 1520

Venus Rising from the Sea (detail)

Sant’Andrea della Valle in Rome

(via bearsyawn)

Paolo Uccello c. 1430

Saint George Slaying the Dragon

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