Vol. 76-80

VOLUME 76, 1 (2016)

  • The Gulshan Album: Reading the Marginal Figures (Milo C. Beach, Wheeler Thackston, translations)
  • The Iconography and Symbolism of the Pacceka Buddhas in the Art of Pagan (Samerchai Poolsuwan)
  • Standing at the Mouth of the Grave: Chariot Fittings in Eastern Zhou Burials (Joy Beckman)
  • An Osakothi Drawing on Paper: Attributed to Chitrakara Balarama Mahapatra of Digapahandi (Ganjam District, South Odisha, India) (Eberhard Fischer, Dinanath Pathy)

VOLUME 76, 2 (2016)

  • Paper Prasadas (Nachiket Chanchani)
  • Mapped Territory Floating in the Clouds: A Reinterpretation of the Mawangdui Maps in their Art and Religious Contexts (Hanmo Zhang)

Obituary: Dinanath Pathy (1942-2016, by Eberhard Fischer)

VOLUME 77, 1 (2017)

  • From the Panchatantra to la Fontaine: Migrations of Didactic Animal Illustrations from India to the West  (Simona Cohen and Housni Alkhateeb Shehada)
  • Variations on the two Roles of the Cat in Traditional China as Represented in Chinese Popular Prints (Ellen Johnston Laing)
  • The Design Origins of Qin Metal Weights (Kin Sum (Sammy) Li)

VOLUME 77, 2 (2017)

  • Piecing it Together: Three Dasavatara Folios from a great Gita Govinda Series (Vrinda Agrawal)
  • Reassessing the Origins of the Portrait Genre in Bundi: A Case Study in Northern Indian Artistic Exchange (Krista Hall Gulbransen)
  • A Seated Buddha Image from Amaravati: A Reinterpretation (Akira Shimada)

VOLUME 78, 1 (2018)

  • Painting the Town Jain: Reimagining Sacred Space in Nineteenth-Century Banaras (Heeryoon Shin)
  • Text, Image, and Portrait in Early Modern South Indian Murals (Anna Lise Seastrand)
  • A Case of Allegoresis: A Buddhist Painter and his Patron in Mongolia (Uranchimeg Tsultemin)

VOLUME 78, 2 (2018)

  • Making Writing: The Design of Western Han Chang’an Eave Tiles (Michelle H. Wang)
  • The Joseon Court and the Ôuchi Clan: A Case Study of Interregional Circulation of Material Culture (Sangnam Lee)
  • Ayina-Kari in the Sheesh Mahal, Lahore Fort: Issues of Attribution, Appreciation, and Interpretation (Nadhra Shahbaz Khan)

VOLUME 79, 1 (2019)

  • Inscribing Grief and Salvation: Embodiment and Medieval Reuse and Recycling in Buddhist Palimpsests (Halle O’Neal)
  • Variations on a Theme: Iconographic Variability in the  Horned Anthropomorphic Figures of the Indus Civilization (Marta Ameri)
  • The Patronage of Shuja-ud-Daula of Awadh and the Work and Influence of His Principal Court Artists (Terence McInerney)

VOLUME 79, 2 (2019)

  • Deciphering Angkor Wat: Philology and Iconography at the Angkor Wat (Adalbert J. Gail)
  • The Aesthetics of Plainness: A Case Study of the Gong Bronze Vessel (Ingrid Yeung)
  • Art History Under the Microscope: An Experimental Approach to the Monochrome Wangchuan Painting (Huiping Pang)

VOLUME 80, 1 (2020)

  • Mapping the Yodo River and Its Banks (Pauline Ayumi Ota)
  • The Gulshan Album: Aspects of Its Assembly (Milo Beach, Translations by Wheeler M. Thackston)
  • Dangerous Devīs: Bad Mothers (mātṛkās) and Child Snatchers (bālagrahas) (Doris Meth Srinivasan)

VOLUME 80, 2 (2020)

  • A Study of Stylistic Features and Metal Composition of the Buddhist Sculpture from Inner Mongolia (Dolonnor) (Yulia Elikhina and Victoria Demenova)
  • Shoroon Bumbagar: A Tomb in Bayannuur, Mongolia (Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt, Ah-Rim Park, Lkhagvasuren Erdenebold)
  • As Many Pebbles, So Many Śivas (Nachiket Chanchani)
  • Rietberg Research Note: Shah-Jahan Entering His Palace at Burhanpur. An Early Painting for Shah-Jahan by the Painter ‘Abid (Milo Beach)