Vol. 28 (2010)
Issue Description

Narrative, Figure, and Landscape in Poussin's Roads: Landscape with a Man Washing His Feet at a Fountain and Landscape with a Roman Road, Benjamin Eldredge

William Hogarth's Four Stages of Cruelty and Moral Blindness, Maureen Warren

Unfolding Piranesi's Aqueduct: The Aqueduct Map from Le Antichità Romane, Volume I (1756), Sarah Buck

Kauffman and Reynolds: Infant Academy Unmasked, Segundo J. Fernandez

More Than Just an Allegory: Life and Death in Eugène Delacroix's Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi, Carmen McCann

Hiram Powers's Greek Slave and the Cultural Construction of Race, Beth Fadeley

All Things Perish: Joseph Biays Ord and the Plight of Antebellum American Still-Life Painting, Laura Turner Igoe

Recreating the Past: The Controversies Surrounding the Refashioning of the Medieval Castle of Castelvecchio in Verona under the Fascist Regime, Maria d'Anniballe

Between Expanded Consciousness and Expanded Bodies: Spectatorial Engagement with Invisible Architecture, Cristina Albu

Everyman's Actions: The White Male Body in Performance Photographs, Corey Dzenko

Krzysztof Wodiczko's "If You See Something…" – Counter-memory in the Post 9/11 Movement, Nicole L. Mahan

Meaningless Language with Meaningful Words: Buddhism and the Art of Xu Bing, Kori Lisa Yee Litt

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