Phoebus: A Journal of Art History is an occasional journal published by art history faculty members in the Arizona State University's School of Art, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

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Phoebus 6, Number 1: Chinese Painting under the Qianlong Emperor

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“Preface” p. 7-8.

“The Time of Qianlong (1736-1795)” by Wen Fong, p. 9-16.

“The Intellectual Climate in Eighteenth-century China: Glimpses

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“Preface” p. 7-8.

“The Time of Qianlong (1736-1795)” by Wen Fong, p. 9-16.

“The Intellectual Climate in Eighteenth-century China: Glimpses of Beijing, Suzhou, and Yangzhou in the Qianlong Period” by Frederick Mote, p. 17-55.

“The Qianlong Emperor’s Skill in the Connoisseurship of Chinese Painting” by Kohara Hironobu, p. 56-73.

“An Overview of Stylistic Development in the Qianlong Painting Academy” by She Cheng, p. 74-90.

“Document and Portrait: the Southern Tour Paintings of Kangxi and Qianlong” by Maxwell Hearn, p. 91-131.

“Tangdai: A Biographical Sketch” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 132-140. 

“For the Love of God: Castiglione at the Qing Imperial Court” by Howard Rogers, p. 141-160.

“Approaches to Painting at the Qianlong Court” by Claudia Brown, p. 163-168.

“Notes” p. 169-198. 

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  • 1988

Phoebus 6, Number 2: Chinese Painting Under the Qianlong Emperor

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“Preface” p. 207.

“Figure, Fiction, and Figment in Eighteenth-century Chinese Painting” by Richard Vinograd, p. 209-227.

“Yuan Jiang: Image Maker”

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“Preface” p. 207.

“Figure, Fiction, and Figment in Eighteenth-century Chinese Painting” by Richard Vinograd, p. 209-227.

“Yuan Jiang: Image Maker” by Alfreda Murck, p. 228-260.

“Zheng Xie's Price List: Painting as a Source of Income in Yangzhou” by Ginger Cheng-chi Hsü, p. 261-271.

“Jin Nong: The Eccentric Painter with a Wintry Heart” by Marshall P. S. Wu, p. 272-294.

“An Overview of Li Jian’s Painting” by Christina Chu, p. 295-315.

“Eighteenth-century Foundations in Modern Chinese Painting” by Chu-tsing Li, p. 316-327. 

“Rubric and Art History: The Case of the Eight Eccentrics in Yangzhou” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 329-350.

“Notes” p. 351-379.

“Glossary” p. 381-391.

“Index” p. 393-418

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  • 1991

Phoebus 7: Native Artists and Patrons in Colonial Latin America

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“Preface” by Emily Umberger and Tom Cummins, p. 9-13. 

“Synthesis and Survival: The Native Presence in Sixteenth-century Murals of New Spain”

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“Preface” by Emily Umberger and Tom Cummins, p. 9-13. 

“Synthesis and Survival: The Native Presence in Sixteenth-century Murals of New Spain” by Jeanette Favrot Peterson, p. 14-35.

“Adaptation and Accommodation: The Transformation of the Pictorial Text in Sahagun's Manuscripts” by Ellen T. Baird, p. 36-51.

“The Madonna and the Horse: Becoming Colonial in New Spain and Peru” by Tom Cummins, p. 52-83.

“Colonial Visions: Drama, Art, and Legitimation in Peru and Ecuador” by Carlos Espinoza, p. 84-106. 

“Who's Naughty and Nice: Childish Behavior in the Paintings of Cuzco's Corpus Christi Procession” by Carolyn S. Dean, p. 107-126.

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  • 1995

Phoebus 8: Art at the Close of China's Empire

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“Preface” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 9-10. 

“The Significance of the Nineteenth Century for Modern Chinese History” by Stephen R. Mackinnon, p.

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“Preface” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 9-10. 

“The Significance of the Nineteenth Century for Modern Chinese History” by Stephen R. Mackinnon, p. 11-17. 

“Looking at Late Qing Painting with New Eyes” by Chu-Tsing Li, p. 18-37. 

“Qian Du to Zhang Jing: The Artist and the Patron” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 38-66.

“Zhou Xian's Fabulous Construct: The Thatched Cottage of Fan Lake” by Britta Erickson, p. 67-93.

“A Forgotten Celebrity: Wang Zhen (1867-1938), Businessman, Philanthropist, and Artist” by Hsing-yuan Tsao, p. 94-109.

“Satire and Situation: Images of the Artist in Late Nineteenth-Century China” by Richard Vinograd, p. 110-133. 

“Painters and Publishing in Late Nineteenth-century Shanghai” by Jonathan Hay, p. 134-188.

“Calligraphy at the Close of the Chinese Empire” by Lothar Ledderose, p. 189-207. 

“Glossary of Chinese Names and Terms” p. 211-219

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  • 1998

Phoebus 9: Myriad Points of View

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“Preface” by J. Robert Wills, p. 9-10.

“Collecting Chinese Art” by Roy and Marilyn Papp, p. 13.

“Catalog of the Inaugural Gift

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“Preface” by J. Robert Wills, p. 9-10.

“Collecting Chinese Art” by Roy and Marilyn Papp, p. 13.

“Catalog of the Inaugural Gift from the Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection to Phoenix Art Museum” p. 15-43. 

“Exhibitions From the Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection” p. 44-45. 

“Additional Publications” p. 47.

“Romanization Note” p. 48.

“The Daoist Symbolism of Immortality in Shen Zhou’s ‘Watching the Mid-Autumn Moon at Bamboo Villa’” by Chun-yi Lee, p. 49-78.

“Wu Shi'en's ‘Liang Hong and Meng Guang’: A Misreading” by Xiaoping Lin, p. 79-99.

“From the Profound to the Mundane: Depictions of Lohans in Late Ming China” by Janet Baker, p. 101-116.

“Glimpses of the Duanwu Festival by Fang Xun (1736-1799): Commemorative Painting or Private Souvenir?” by Anne Kerlan-Stephens, p. 117-141.

“Pleasure and Pain” by Marion S. Lee, p. 143-165.

“From Narrative to Transformed Narrative: Visualizations of the Heavenly Maiden and the Maiden Magu” by Chen Liu, p. 167-182.

“Glossary of Chinese Names and Terms” p. 185-195

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  • 2006

Phoebus 5: A Journal of Art History

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“Editor’s Note” by Anthony Gully, p. 5-6.

“Preface” by Lucinda H. Gedeon, p. 9-12.

“Hiram Power’s Bust of George Washington: The President

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“Editor’s Note” by Anthony Gully, p. 5-6.

“Preface” by Lucinda H. Gedeon, p. 9-12.

“Hiram Power’s Bust of George Washington: The President as an Icon” by Vivien Green Fryd, p. 14-28.

“A Sky After El Greco, An Early Homage by Demuth” by Marie Timberlake, p. 29-44.

“Ben Shahn’s ‘Mine Building: A Symbol of Disaster’” by Carolyn Robbins, p. 45-60.

“Georgia O’Keeffe’s ‘Horse’s Skull on Blue’: A Dedicatory Essay” by Barbara Spies, p. 61-65.

“Eastman Johnson's Cranberry Pickers” by Joseph Lamb, p. 66-74. 

“Dull Knife’s Defiance” by Maria Leone, p. 75-79. 

“A Designer of Dreams: Arthur B. Davies’ ‘Dawn, Mother of Night’” by Anne Gully, p. 80-87.

“Death and Mystical Liberation in John B. Flannagan’s ‘Beginning’” by Timothy Norris, p. 88-92.

Architecture that Speaks: Edward Hopper's Cottage, Cape Cod” by William Laubach, p. 93-95.

“Behind the Mask: Walt Kuhn’s ‘Young Clown’” by Richard Raymond, p. 96-101.

“George Elbert Burr: A Sometimes Master” by Thomas van der Meulen, p. 102-109.

“‘Parade’ in Review, an Interview with Philip C. Curtis” by Dawne Walczak, p. 110-124.

“Notes” p. 125-143.

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  • 1987

Phoebus 4: A Journal of Art History

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“Contributors” p. 2.

“Preface” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 7.

“Grave Goods of the Florida Elite” by Mallory McCane-O’Connor, p. 9-21.

“Visual Imagery

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“Contributors” p. 2.

“Preface” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 7.

“Grave Goods of the Florida Elite” by Mallory McCane-O’Connor, p. 9-21.

“Visual Imagery and Social Change” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 24-31. 

“The Language of Dance: Communicative Dimensions of Hopi Katsina Dances” by Louis A. Heib, p. 32-41.

“WoHaw, a Kiowa Artist at Fort Marion, Florida” by Janet Catherine Berlo, p. 43-53. 

“The Other Weavers: Navajo Basket Makers” by Susan Brown McGreevey, p. 54-61.

“Powhatan Copper and the Prehistoric Ceremonial Complexes of the Eastern United States” by Amy Trevelyan, p. 62-70.

“Lakota Beaded Costumes of the Early Reservation Era” by Marsha Clift Bol, p. 71-77.

The Emergence of Crenellated Ritual Pueblo Ceramics During the Late Prehistoric Period” by Susan G. Kenagy, p. 78-85.

Form, Function and Interpretation of Mimbres Ceramic Hemispheric Vessels” by Barbara L. Moulard, p. 86-98.

“Meaning in Women's Arts in North America” by Marvin Cohodas and Barbara DeMott, p. 99-106.

“Native American Photography: Diversity and Achievement in the Southwest” by Erin Younger, p. 107-115.

“Notes” p. 117-128

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  • 1985

Phoebus 3: A Journal of Art History

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“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 5.

“A Possible Interpretation of the Bird-man Figure Found on Objects Associated with the Southern Cult

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“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 5.

“A Possible Interpretation of the Bird-man Figure Found on Objects Associated with the Southern Cult of the Southeastern United States, A.D. 1200 to 1350” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 6-18.

“John Milton’s ‘Unholy Trinity’: (Satan, Sin, and Death)” by Anthony Gully, p. 19-36.

“Arizona Portfolio” p. 38-84.

          “Voyage of the Sesostris: Elihi Vedder in Egypt” by Hugh Broadley, p. 39-51.

          “Theodore Roszak’s ‘Emergence: Transition I’ at Arizona State University” by Joan
          Seeman Robinson, p. 52-53.

          “‘La peur donnant des ailes au courage by Jean Cocteau: a Drawing in the Phoenix Art
          Museum” by Anne Gully and Susan Benforado Gunther, p. 54-63.

          “John Mix Stanley, a ‘Hudson River’ Painter in Arizona” by James K. Ballinger, p. 64-72.

          “‘Corn Husking’ by Winslow Homer” by Gerald Eager, p. 73-79.

          “A Plate from the Meissen Swan Service in the Phoenix Art Museum” by Barbara
          Nachtigall, p. 80-84.

“Death in the Darkroom: Poisonings of Nineteenth Century Photographers” by Bill Jay, p. 85-98.

“Oral History in Art: A New Tool” by Winberta Yao, p. 99-108.

“A Note from a Reader” p. 109. 

“Contributors” p. 110-112

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  • 1981

Phoebus 2: A Journal of Art History

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“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 3.

“Contributors” p. 4-5.

“Table of Contents” p. 6-7.

“The Problem of Antisolimenismo in Neapolitan Baroque Painting” by

Phoebus 2: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 3.

“Contributors” p. 4-5.

“Table of Contents” p. 6-7.

“The Problem of Antisolimenismo in Neapolitan Baroque Painting” by Donald Rabiner, p. 8-16.

“Mid-Fourteenth Century Painting in Suchou: Some Lesser Masters” by Claudia Brown, p. 17-30.

“A Re-Examination of the Cult of Demeter and the Meaning of the Eleusinian Mysteries” by Sherly Farness, p. 31-38. 

“Arizona Portfolio” p. 39-53. 

          “Wooden Cross” by Mildred Monteverde, p. 40-43.

          “Le Petit Tablier” by Rosalind Robinson, p. 44-47.

          “La Réunion des plus Célèbres Monuments Antiques de la France” by Vicki C. Wright, p.
          48-53. 

“An Unpublished Rowlandson Sketchbook” by Anthony Gully, p. 54-74.

“Are We Ready for Shih-T'ao?” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 75-87. 

A Conversation Between Adolph Gottlieb and Jack Breckenridge” transcribed by Jack Breckenridge, p. 88-96. 

“Three Recent Art Reference Books” by Winberta Yao, p. 97-102

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  • 1979