Record of the Princeton University Art Museum Volume 77 - 78Regular price $ 21.95
Now in its seventy-ninth year, the Record of the Princeton University Art Museum is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes research based on the Museum’s collections.
This issue, devoted to European Renaissance and Baroque art, features essays on works by Gianlorenzo Bernini written by the late Irving Lavin, Professor Emeritus in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study, and by Charles Scribner III, Princeton Class of 1973 and Graduate School Class of 1977, a specialist in Baroque art. These essays are joined by six explorations of Northern Renaissance painting, the genesis for which was a seminar based on technical examination taught by Maryan Ainsworth, Alvaro Saieh Curator Emerita in the Department of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, during her term as Robert Janson-La Palme, Graduate School Class of 1976, Visiting Professor. Ainsworth and five of her students—J. S. Hermán, Yifu Liu, Erene Rafik Morcos, Aleksander Musiał, and Sarah Rapoport—have written essays that provide new insights into several works in the Museum’s collections, including issues of attribution and dating as well as the meaning and context of inscriptions. These essays are joined by lists of the Museum’s acquisitions in 2017 and 2018.
- 192 pages