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British Art Studies, Issue 10:
Autumn 2018

Type
Digital
Publicaton Date
November 2018
Standard Number
20585462
Distributor
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and Yale Center for British Art

British Art Studies is an open access, peer-reviewed digital journal published jointly by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, and the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven. The journal provides an innovative space for new research and scholarship of the highest quality on all aspects of British art, architecture, and visual culture in their most diverse and international contexts.

British Art Studies is one of the few completely open access journals in the field of art history, providing a platform for digital publishing as well as a forum for debate about the digital humanities and fair use. 

Contents

Articles

Introduction, by Mark Hallett

Landscape Then and Now, by Tim Barringer

Fire-Stick Picturesque: Landscape Art and Early Colonial Tasmania, by Julia Lum

Paul Nash’s Geological Enigma, by Anna Reid

Re-Illuminating the Landscape of the Hoo Peninsula through the Medium of Film, by Anna Falcini

On Place and Displacement: Benjamin Henry Latrobe and the Immigrant Landscape, by Julia A. Sienkewicz

Liquid Landscape: Southam, Constable, and the Art of the Pond, by Stephen Daniels

The Anthroposcenic: Landscape in the Anthroposcene, by David Matless

Landscaping Islands: Alex Hartley’s Nowhereisland and Floating Histories in Contemporary British Art, by Gill Perry

Outside In: Reflections of British Landscape in the Long Anthropocene, by Mark A. Cheetham

Lines in the Landscapes: Ruins and Reveals in Britain, by Corinne Silva and Val Williams

The “Connoisseur’s Panorama”: Thomas Girtin’s Eidometroplis (1801–1803) and a New Visual Language for the Modern City, by Greg Smith

1973 and the Future of Landscape, by Nicholas Alfrey

Features

Landscape Now, a Conversation Piece coordinated by Alexandra Harris

Gardening the Archive, a conversation between David Alesworth and Hammad Nasar