Articles and Essays

Review of "À'lAube du Japonisme, Premiers Contacts entre La France et le Japon au XIXe Siècle," Journal of Japonisme, vol. 5, issue 1. 2020, 93-97
"Harvesting Machinery Takes Command: The Earliest Internationalist Painting of B.J.O. Nordfeldt," Source Notes in the History of Art, vol. 39, no. 2, Winter 2020, 120-130
Foreword: "On the Importance of Still Life Painting," in Todd M. Casey, The Art of Still Life, A Contemporary Guide to Classical Techniques, Composition, and Painting in Oil, The Monacelli Press, 2020, 10-15
"Reflections on the Japanese Influence on Some French ceramics, 1866-1886" with Laurens d'Albis, Journal of Japonisme, vol. 4, issues 1-2, 2019, 1-124.
"Art of the Long and Enduring Nineteenth Century: Order from Chaos," with Laurinda S. Dixon in Making Waves, Crosscurrents in the Study of Nineteenth Century Art, Brepols, 2019, 5-12
"A Conservative Becomes Progressive: P.A.J. Dagnan-Bouverets's Horses at the Watering Tough, Reconsidered," in Making Waves, Crosscurrents in the Study of Nineteenth Century Art, Brepols, 2019, 57-62.
Review of "Gerhard Munthe: Norwegian Pioneer of Modernism" by Jan Kokkin, in Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, vol. 18, issue 1, Spring, 2019
"Review of Tsukasa Korea, Cornelia Homberg, Yukihiro Saito (eds.), Van Gogh and Japan exhibition catalogue," Journal of Japonisme, vol. 3, issue 2, 2018, 205-212
"Review of 'The Great Nadar: The Man Behind the Camera,' by Adam Begley," 19th century art worldwide, Spring 2018, volume 17, issue 1
"Revisiting the Past: The Bing Chronicle," Journal of Japonisme, vol. 2, issue 2, 2017, 133-34
Review of "Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonne," by Linda Gerlin Zatlin, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, vol. 16, issue 1, Spring 2017
Review of "Noir: The Romance of Black in 19th century French Drawings and Prints," Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, vol. 16, issue 1, Spring, 2017
Review of "Prints in Paris 1900: from the Elite to the Street," Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, vol. 16, issue 2, Autumn, 2017
"Preface, The Catalogue Raisonne, A Herculean Effort" in Richard F. Lack, Catalogue Raisonne, 1943-1998, by Gary B. Christensen, St. Paul: Afton Press, 2016 ix-x
"The Japonisme Phenomenon," In Japanomania in the Nordic Countries, 1875-1918, Ateneum Art Museum, Finnish Nationale Gallery, Helsinki and Yale University Press, 2016, 14-37
"Connecting with Japan: The Transmission," in Japanomania in the Nordic Countries, 1875-1918, Ateneum ….. 2016, 54-75.
Review of "Aubrey Beardsley: a Catalogue Raisonné, by Linda Zatlin, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Spring 2016, vol. 16, issue 1.
Review of "Noir: The Romance of Black in 19th Century French Drawings and Prints," by Lee Hendrik, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Spring 2016, vol.16, issue 1.
Review of "Easy Virtue: Prostitution in French Art, 1850-1910" at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2016, vol. 15, issue 3.
Review of "Albert Maignan Décorateur du Paris Fin de Siècle and Les Voix du Tocsin, genèse et résurrection d'un chef d'Oeuvre" (With Yvonne M.L. Weisberg), Paris, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2016, vol. 15,issue 3.
Review of "1914-1918, Le Patrimoine s'en va-t-en guerre," (with Yvonne M.L. Weisberg, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Paris, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Autumn, 2016 vol. 15, issue 3.
"The Triumph of Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau," in Alphonse Mucha, Master of Art Nouveau. Selections from the Drawn Collection, Los Angeles: Landau, 2015, 8-27
"Consuming Jane Avril, The Mystery of Celebrity Culture in the Symbolist Age," in European Drama and Performance Studies. Consuming Female Performers (1850s-1950s), Edited by Sabine Chaouche and Clara Sadoun-Edouard, Paris: Classiques-Garnier, 2015-2, no. 5, 281-302
"Le Divan Japonais. Popular Culture in a fin-de-siecle performance space," in European Drama and Performance Studies. Consuming Female Performers ( 1850s-1950s), Edited by Sabine Chaouche and Clara Sadoun-Edouard, Paris: Classiques-Garnier, 2015-2, no.5, 345- 358.
Review of "The Poster, Art, Advertising, Design and Collecting, 1880s-1900s," by Ruth Iskin, in Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide. Spring, 2015, vol.14, issue 1.
Review of "The Mythe du Retour: Les Artistes Scandinaves en France 1889 à 1908," by Vibeke Rostorp, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, Autumn, 2015, vol.14, issue 3.
A Taste for Porcelain: The Virginia A. Marten Collection of Decorative Art, Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, Editor and Essayist, 2014, ISBN 978-0-9753984-4-5-6
"Robert Blum and Japonisme" in Territoires du Japonisme, Rennes: Presses universitaire de Renne, 2014, 221-230
"Siegfried Bing," in Dictionnaire de la critique d'art a Paris, 1890-1969, Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2014, 64-65
"Reflecting on Japonisme: The State of the Discipline in the Visual Arts," Opening essay for The Journal of Japonisme, (published on line) Leiden: Brill 2014
Review of "Travel, Collecting and Museums of Asian Art in Nineteenth Century Paris," by Ting Chang in Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, 2014
Review of "Charles Marville, Photographer of Paris," National Gallery of Art and The University of Chicago Press, Autumn, 2014, vol. 13, issue 2.
"Jugendstil und Japonismus. Zur Katagami-Rezeption im Früwerk van de Veldes," in Leidenschaft, Funktion und Schönheit. Henry van de Velde und sein Beitrag zur europäischen Moderne, Weimar, Neues Museum Weimar, 2013, 33-48.
"The Etching Renaissance in France: 1850-1880," Agora, Luther College in Conversation, Spring 2013, vol.25, no. 2, 23-29.
"Preface, A Perfect Combination: Remembrance and Recommitment," in More Studies in Art and Literature, essays in Honor of Helen O. Borowitz, 2013: vii-xii, ATBOSH Media Ltd., ISBN: 978162130098
Toward an Art Nouveau, The Drawings and Ceramic Innovations of Habert-Dys, Chicago: Armstrong Fine Art, 2013, 32pp, ISBN 978-0-9860633-3-6
Review of "Alfred Jerry: A Pataphysical Life" by Alastair Brotchie, in Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Spring, 2013, vol.12, issue 1.
Review of "Jacques-Emile Blanche," by Jane Roberts, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Spring, 2013, vol 12, issue 1.
“From the real to the ideal: Photography and the naturalist tradition in the career of Eanger Irving Couse,” Van Gogh: New Findings, Van Gogh Studies 4, 2012, 156-181.
“La Constitution du Naturalisme: Quand La Photographie Entre en Scène,” in A L’Épreuve du Réel, Les Peintres et La Photographie aux XIXe siècle, Ornans, Musée Gustave Courbet (Fage Editions), 2012, 90-105
“Charles Milcendeau: une découverte aux Etats-Unis,” in Charles Milcendeau, 1872-1919, sa vie, son oeuvre, edited by Christophe Vidal,  Milan: Silvana Editoriale and  l’Historial de la Vendée, 2012, 14-21.
“Le Droit des Femmes: l’Académie Julian et la Société des Artistes Français,” in Univers des Arts, Salon 2012, Paris, November, 2012, 14-17.
“Robert Koehler’s ‘The Strike’: The Improbable Story of an Iconic 1886 Painting of Labor Protest,” by James M. Dennis, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2012, vol. 11, issue 3.
“Milcendeau, le maître des regards,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2012, vol. 11, issue 3.
“Un autre regard sur le Japonisme,”in Vincent van Gogh, rêves de Japon, Paris: Pinacothèque de Paris, 2012, 8-21
“Buhot’s Japonisme Portfolio Revisited,” Cantor Arts Center Journal, Stanford University, 2011, 34-45.
“Mentoring Tradition: The Art Studio and its Continuing Contemporary Importance,“ in On the Training of Painters: The Atelier’s Past and Present, Fall, 2011, 1-13.
“Lifelike: The Art of Burton Silverman” in Burton Silverman: The Humanist Spirit, Hofstra University Art Museum, Fall, 2011, 8-11.
“Jean-Louis Forain (1852-1931), La Comédie parisienne,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Fall, 2011, vol.10, issue 2.
“Japanese Cloisonne: The Seven Treasures, Enamels from the V&A and the Edwin Davies Gift,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Fall, 2011, vol. 10, issue 2.
"Siegfried Bing, Belgium and the Global Vision of 'La Maison Moderne in the 1890s,'" in Bulletin des Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique/Bulletin van de Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van Belgie, Special Issue on L'Art Nouveau and Siegfried Bing, 2008-09 (published in 2010)
“La Belle Époque of Jules Chéret: de l’Affiche au Décor,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2010, vol.9, issue 2.
“The Spectacular Art of Jean-Léon Gérôme, (1824 – 1904,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2010, vol. 9, issue 2.
"Van de Velde in America: International Connections Reexamined," in Mélanges pour Jacques Vilain (former Director Musée Rodin, Paris), Editions du Relief, 2009, 50-54.
"George de Forest Brush: The Indian Paintings" by Nancy K. Anderson, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn 2009, vol. 8, issue 2.
"Art Nouveau at Sèvres and The Craftsman Tradition in America," Apollo Magazine (London), March, 2008, 114-121.
"Jean Jacques Henner, Le Dernier des Romantiques, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Spring, 2008, vol. 7, issue 1.
"Barcelona 1900," Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Autumn, 2008, vol. 7, issue 2.
"Harvey Dinnerstein: A Traditionalist for the Future", in Underground Together: The Art and Life of Harvey Dinnerstein, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2008, 27-43.
"Collecting Drawings," "Studies for Works in Another Medium," "A Panorama of Types," and "The Traditions of Rural Life," in Expanding the Boundaries, Selected Drawings from the Yvonne and Gabriel P. Weisberg Collection, Minneapolis: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Distributed by The University of Washington Press, 2008, 15-21, 25-35, 37-53, 61-67.
"Roger Marx, un critique aux cotés de Gallé, Monet, Rodin, Gauguin..." essay on exhibition at Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy and Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy, May 6-August 28, 2006. Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, spring, 2007, vol. 6, issue 1.
"Emile Friant in an International and American Context," in Salon America Journal, Spring, 2007, vol. 1, issue 1, 2-17.
"The Print Culture of Paris 1900," in Paris 1900, ex. cat., Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 2007, 62-109. (Publication distributed by the University of Washington Press).
"The Urban Mirror: Contrasts in the Vision of Existence in the Modern City." Essay in Paris and the Countryside: Modern Life in Late 19th-Century France, ex. cat., (Portland, Maine: Trustees of the Portland Museum of Art, publication distributed by the University of Washington Press, June, 2006), 1-61.
"Peasants and the Land: The Idealization of an Icon." Essay in A Romance with the Landscape, Realism to Impressionism, ex. cat., (Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Art Museum, publication distributed by the University of Washington Press, September, 2006), 8-29.
"Emile Friant, dans un contexte international." Essay in Emile Friant, un nouveau regard,, (Musée départemental Georges de la Tour, Vic-sure-Seille, June, 2006), 8-17.
"Japanese Art on a Plate, an Unknown Masterpiece of French Ceramic Design." Apollo Magazine (London), September, 2006, 36-43.
"Meunier and Bing," essay on exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Brussel, March 17- July 24, 2006. Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, autumn, 2006, vol. 5, issue 2.
"The Narrative of the Fields and the Streets: Nineteenth Century Rural and Urban Imagery," in Artist as Narrator, Nineteenth Century Narrative Art in England and France, Oklahoma: Oklahoma City Art Museum and Washington University Press, 2005, pp. 37-53.
Special Issue: Art Nouveau and Siegfried Bing, Guest Editor, in the digital magazine Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Summer 2005, volume 4, issue 2.
"Lost and Found: Reconstructing S. Bing's Marketing of L'Art Nouveau," published in the digital magazine: Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Summer 2005, volume 4, issue, 2.
"Cholera as Plague and Pestilence in Nineteenth Century Art," in In Sickness and in Health: Disease as Metaphor in Art and Popular Wisdom, edited by Laurinda S. Dixon, with the assistance of Gabriel P. Weisberg, University of Delaware Press and Associated University Presses, 2005, pp. 82-100.
"A Family Affair: From Hamburg to Paris and beyond," in The Origins of L'Art Nouveau, The Bing Empire, Edited by Gabriel P. Weisberg, Edwin Becker and Evelyne Possémé, The Van Gogh Museum, Musée des Arts décoratifs (Paris) and Mercatorfonds, 2004, pp. 7-29
"The Creation of Japonisme," in The Origins of L'Art Nouveau: The Bing Empire, Edited By Gabriel P. Weisberg, Edwin Becker and Evelyne Possémé, The Van Gogh Museum, Musée des Arts décoratifs ((Paris) and Mercatorfonds, 2004
"Arts Ambassador for Europe and America," in The Origins ofL' Art Nouveau: The Bing Empire, Edited by Gabriel P. Weisberg, Edwin Becker and Evelyne Possémé, The Van Gogh Museum, Musée des Arts décoratifs ( Paris) and Mercatorfonds, 2004
"Redesigning the Home. Bing's Art Nouveau Workshops," in The Origins of L'Art Nouveau: The Bing Empire, Edited by Gabriel P. Weisberg, Edwin Becker and Evelyne Possémé, The Van Gogh Museum, Musée des Arts décoratifs ( Paris) and Mercatorfonds, 2004
"Naturalism" in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas, Scribner/MacMillan Reference, 2004
"Le retour des naturalistes ou la réalite vraie recouvrée," in La Dignité des humbles: Jean-François Millet et le naturalisme en Europe, ex. cat., Tokyo: The Bunkamura Museum of Art and Fukuoka: Fukuoaka Art Museum, April-September, 2003, 208-210
"Reflections on American Genre Painting in a European Context" in Americans in Paris, 1850-1910, the Academy, the Salon, the Studio and the Artists' Colony, ex. cat., Oklahoma City: The Oklahoma City Museum of Art and The University of Washington Press, 2003, (with other essays by H. Barbara Weinberg and Hardy George), 44-66.
"Review of Nineteenth Century European Art," by Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Apollo, April, 2003,vol. 157, no. 494, 60.
"Les Spectacles de Loïe Fuller et les Arts Visuels," in Loïe Fuller, Danseuse de l’Art Nouveau, Nancy, Musée de l’Ecole de Nancy and Paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux, May-August, 2002, pp. 26-33.
"Reframing an Exhibition: From Japonisme to Art Nouveau-The Identity of the House of S. Bing," Contemporary French Civilization, Summer/Fall 2002, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 205-217.
"Using Art History: The Louvre and its Public Persona, 1848-1852," in Art History and Its Institutions, Foundations of a Discipline, edited by Elizabeth Mansfield, New York and London: Routledge, 2002, pp.178-190.
"The Necessity of Writing: The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh," Apollo, October, 2002, vol. 155, no. 488, pp. 52-53.
"La réception de Louise Breslau, Rosa Bonheur et Amélie Beaury-Saurel à Paris: la différence sexuelle au coeur du discours," in Louise Breslau, de l'impressionnisme aux années folles, Milan: Skira Editore and Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne, 2001, pp. 99-115
"Jewish Naturalist Painters: Understanding and Competing in the Mainstream", in The Emergence of Jewish Arts in Nineteenth-Century Europe, Edited by Susan Tumarkin Goodman, Merrell in association with The Jewish Museum, New York, 2001, pp. 143-151.
"Réalité et illusion: La propagande dans les images du travail de la fin du xixe siècle,"in Des Plaines à l'usine, Images du travail dans la peinture française de 1870 à 1914, "Paris: Somogy, Editions d'Art, in conjunction with the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Dunkerque, 2001, pp. 27-49.
"Moulding Wood: Craftsmanship in Furniture," in Art Nouveau, 1890-1914, edited by Paul Greenhalgh, London: Victoria and Albert Museum and New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000, 164-177
"The Parisian Situation: Hector Guimard and the Emergence of Art Nouveau," in Art Nouveau,1890-1914, edited by Paul Greenhalgh, London: Victoria and Albert Museum and New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000, 265-273.
"Albert Besnard at Berck-sur-Mer: Decorative Art Nouveau painting in public buildings," Apollo, May, 2000, vol. 51, no. 459, 52-58
"Peinture décorative: la rencontre du symbole et du style à travers les oeuvres d'Albert Besnard et Victor Prouvé," in L'Ecole de Nancy et les arts décoratifs en Europe, sous la Direction de François Loyer, Metz: Editions Serpenoise, 2000, 60-75.
"Victor Prouves Wandgemalde 'La Vie' als soziale Kunst" in Janseits der Grenzen, Franzosische und deutsche Kust vom Ancien Regime bis zur Gegenwart, vol. II, Kunst der Nationen, Cologne: Dumont Buchverlag, 2000, 269-278.
"Dijon, L'Art des Collections," Burlington Magazine, October, 2000, vol. 162, no. 1171, 654-655.
“François Bonvin: Origine d’une réputation.” in François Bonvin, Paris, 1998.1999 “Jean-Charles Cazin’s Reception in America.” Apollo 149, no. 444 (February 1999): 35-40.
“Emile Friant et Victor Prouvé: entre naturalisme et symbolisme.” in Peinture et Art Nouveau, ex. cat. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy and Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris 1999, pp. 40-89.
“Gustave Courtois.” Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon. Saur Verlag, 21: 599.
“The French Reception of American Art at the Exposition Universelle of 1900,” in Paris 1900: The “American School” at the Universal Exposition, The Montclair Art Museum and Rutgers University Press, 1999, pp. 145-180.
"Nancy's Art Nouveau", Apollo 149 (June 1999): 53-54
"P.A.J. Dagnan-Bouveret", Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, Munich/Leipzig: K.G. Saur Verlag 23. pp. 391-92.
"Art Nouveau", Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 2000, pp. 1-4
"The Reception of René Lalique in America: 1901-1920," in The Jewels of Lalique, Paris: Flammarion, 1998, pp. 80-94.
"Rosa Bonheur's Reception in England and America: The Popularization of a Legend and the Celebration of a Myth," in Rosa Bonheur. All Nature's Children, New York: Dahesh Museum, 1998, pp. 1-22 (Translation of French article for Bordeaux).
"Théodule Ribot's Peasant A Studio Piece," The Register of the Spencer Museum of Art 6, no. 10 (1993-94): 1-13 (Published in 1998).
“The Collection in Context. Théodule Ribot’s Still life with eggs and the practice of still-life painting in the late 19th century.” Van Gogh Museum Journal 1997- 1998, pp. 76-87.
"Revisiting Realisms' Past," in Sotheby's Preview, 19, no. 3 (May 1997): 32-33.
"La Fortune des oeuvres de Rosa Bonheur en Angleterre et en Amérique," in Rosa Bonheur 1822-1899, ex. cat., Bordeaux: Musée des Beaux-Arts, 1997, pp. 55-73
"Théodule Ribot and the Hunter," Christie's International Magazine 14, no. 8 (October 1997): 18
Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, Leipzig: K.G. Saur, 1997, "Jean-Charles, Michel, & Marie Cazin," 17: 417-18; "Théobald Chartran," 18:
"Siegfried Bing 1838-1905," and "La Maison Moderne," in Encyclopedia of Interior Design, ed. Joanna Banham, London & Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997, pp. 148-150 & pp. 769-770
"Clement Heaton, Siegfried Bing and Art Nouveau, Paris: 1895-1902," in Clement Heaton 1861-1940 Londres - Neuchâtel - New York, Editions Gilles Attinger, Hauterive-Switzerland., 1996, pp. 184-193.
"The Realist Narrative," in Pamela Wilson. The Realist Narrative, Claire Oliver Fine Arts, 1996, pp. 8-19.
The Macmillan Dictionary of Art, London, 1996 "Bails," 3:7071 ; "Jules Bastien-Lepage," 3: 357-359; "Siegfried Bing," 4: 70-71; "François Bonvin, Léon Bonvin," 4: 338-39; "Jules Breton," 4:754-55; "Philippe Burty," 5: 284; "Cazins," 6: 122-123; "P.A.J. Dagnan-Bouveret," 8: 447-48; "Leleux,"19: 115-116; "Théodule Ribot," 26: 315; "Antoine Vollon," 32: 687 .
Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, K.G. Saur München, Leipzig, 1996 "Gustave Brion,"14: 246-47; "Philippe Burty," 15: 289.
"Paul Blanc's Beggars. Mendicity as Metaphor," in Second Impressions. Modern Prints and Printmakers Reconsidered, ed. by Clinton Adams, University of New Mexico Press, 1996, pp. 13-25.
"François Bonvin," "Léon Bonvin," in Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, K.G. Saur München, Leipzig 12 : 627-628.
"Introduction," (with Petra Chu). In The Popularization of Images: Visual Culture Under The July Monarchy. Princeton University Press, 1994
"Proto-Realism in The July Monarchy: The Strategies of Philippe-Auguste Jeanron and Charles-Joseph Traviès." In The Popularization of Images: Visual Culture Under The July Monarchy. Princeton University Press, 1994
Entries on "Jules Breton," "Gustave Brion," "Julien Dupré." In Catalogue of the Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis: Washington University Art Gallery, 1994
"Jules-Alexis Muenier and Photo-Realist Painting," Gazette des Beaux-Arts (February 1993): 101-114
"The Drawings of Theodore Verstraete: From Naturalism to Symbolism," Master Drawings 31 (Summer 1993): 128-45
"In Deep Shit: The Coded Images of Traviès In The July Monarchy," Art Journal 52 (Fall 1993): 36-40
"Scatological Art," Art Journal 52 (Fall 1993): 18-19
"Women of Fashion," Sotheby's Preview (January 1993): 18-20
"Louis Legrand's Battle over Prostitution: The Uneasy Censoring of Le Courrier Français," Art Journal 51 (Spring 1992): 45-50
"Antoine Vivenel, The Private Museum and The Entrepreneur Under The July Monarchy," Journal of The History of Collections 2 (1990): 21-39
"Reflections on the New Musée Carnavalet in Paris," The Journal of Art 2 (February 1990): 6-7
"Consumerism and Modernity at Meier-Graefe's La Maison Moderne, 1899-1903," Design and Sign 1, no. 1 (1990): 21-34
"Graphic Art in America: The Artistic and Civic Poster in the United States Reconsidered," Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts (Summer 1990): 2-6
"Japonisme Revisited: A Pioneering Exhibition Reexamined," The Tamarind Papers 13 (1990): 85-89
"The Early Realist Drawings of Isidore Pils," Master Drawings 28 (1990): 387-408
"Japonisme in Paris," Arts Magazine 65 (January 1989): 36-39
"The Republican Style in the Age of the Eiffel Tower." In When The Eiffel Tower Was New, French Visions of Progress at The Centennial of The Revolution. 1-10. Ex. cat. Mount Holyoke College Art Museum/University of Massachusetts Press, 1989
"Early Realism," "The Cult of Personal Portraiture," "The Coded Image: Agitation in Aspects of Political and Social Caricature." In The Art of The July Monarchy, France, 1830-1848. 101-115, 131-147, and 148-191. University of Missouri Press, 1989
"Introduction : The Stile Floreale in Context," "Italy and France: The Cosmopolitanism of The New Art," The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts (Summer 1989): 6-8 and 110-126
"The Barbizon Tradition Restudied," Barbizon, Realist and French Landscape Painting, sale cat., New York: Christies (May 24, 1989): 9-16
"Painting as Autobiography," (Review of Early Cézanne exhibition at The National Gallery of Art) Arts Magazine 63 (May 1989): 54-57
"The Art of The July Monarchy," The Journal of Art 2 (December 1989): 8-9
"The World of Expanding Interpretation: The Larger Implications of Some Recent Publications about Prints," The Tamarind Papers 12 (1989): 55-61
"Léon Lhermitte" Creativity in Context." In Léon Lhermitte, ex. cat. Galerie Michael, 1989
"English Romanticism in the Age of William Wordsworth: The Problematic Case for a Literary-Visual Connection," Arts Magazine 62 (March 1988): 64-69
"The Turin Exposition of International Design 1902: The Mystery of the Stile Floreale and the Palazzina of Agostino Lauro," Arts Magazine 62 (April 1988): 32-36
"Fantin-Latour's Coin de table: The Painting in Context at the Musée d'Orsay," Arts Magazine 62 (Summer 1988): 49-51
"Gauguin Reconsidered: Symbol, Decoration and the Unification of the Arts," Arts Magazine 63 (September 1988): 44-51
"Siegfried Bing and Industry: The Hidden Side of l'Art Nouveau," Apollo 78 (November 1988): 326-29
"Hallucinatory Art History-The Bizarre Case of Gustave Courbet," The Journal of Art 1 (December 1988): 10-11
"The Pont-Aven Printmakers Rediscovered: Gauguin and His Circle in Brittany," Arts Magazine 61 (January 1987): 84-87
"S. Bing and La Culture artistique en Amérique: A Public Report Reexamined," Arts Magazine 61 (March 1987): 59-63
"S. Bing in America." In The Documented Image: Visions in Art History. 51-68. Syracuse University Press, 1987
"Siegfried Bing's L'Art Nouveau and the Norwegian Design Reform Movement," Scandinavian Review (Summer 1987): 24-33
"The Arts and Crafts Tradition in America: An Examination of 'The Art That is Life' Exhibition," Arts Magazine 61 (April 1987): 46-49
"Jules Breton, Léopold Robert and the Poetic Vision of Rural Life." In The Rural Vision, France and America in The Late Nineteenth Century. 43-52. Omaha: Joslyn Art Museum, 1987 (Symposium Proceedings Funded by NEH)
"Siegfried Bing and Frank Brangwyn: The Gallery Art Nouveau in Paris in 1895." In Jaarboek 1985-86m Stad Brugge, Stedelijke Musea. 277-86. Bruges, 1987
"Small Works and Simplified Forms in the Art of Léon Bonvin," Arts Magazine 62 (September 1987): 54-58
"On The Art and Exhibition of John LaFarge," Arts Magazine 62 (October 1987): 33-35
"Propaganda as Art: The Dreyfus Affair as Popular Exhibition," Arts Magazine 62 (December 1987): 36-41
"Paris Cafés: Their Role in the Birth of Modern Art," Arts Magazine 60 (January 1986): 90-91
"Félix Vallotton, Siegfried Bing and l'Art Nouveau," Arts Magazine 60 (February 1986): 33-37
"The Real Impressionist Crisis: The 'New Painting Exhibition'," Arts Magazine 60 (March 1986): 72-74
"The Reanimation of 'Japonisme': Tokyo: Form and Spirit in Context," Arts Magazine 60 (Summer 1986): 48-50
"On Understanding 'Artistic Japan," Journal of the Decorative and Propaganda Arts 1 (1986): 6-19
"Delphine Bernard au Louvre en 1874 ou la rencontre du sacré et du profane dans l'oeuvre de Jules Breton," (with Annette Bourrut-Lacouture) Gazette des Beaux-Arts (August 1986): 31-37
"Official Art," "S. Bing," "Philippe Burty," and "The Role of the Salon." In The Historical Dictionary of the Third Republic. 56-68, 101-102, 146, 884-886. New York-Westport,C.T.: Greenwood Press, 1986
"S. Bing, Edvard Munch and l'Art Nouveau," Arts Magazine 61 (September 1986): 58-54
"At Liberty's Base: The Reconstruction of the Painting Section of the Pedestal Fund Art Exhibition of 1883," Arts Magazine 61 (October 1986): 56-59
"In the Context of Liberty: The Statue of Liberty Exhibition," Arts Magazine 61 (November 1986): 22-24
"Art for Art's Sake: In Pursuit of Beauty, Americans and the Aesthetic Movement," Arts Magazine 61 (December 1986): 59-63
"Philippe Rousseau and Edwin Landseer in the Context of Second Empire Animal and Still-Life Imagery," Arts Magazine 59 (May 1985): 108-111
"Jacques-Emile Blanche and the Stylish Portrait: 1880-1905," Arts Magazine 59 (Summer 1985): 97-101
"Théophile Steinlen and Louis Legrand: Contrasts in Social Ideology," The Tamarind Papers 8, nos. 1-2 (1985): 6-14
"From the Real to the Unreal: Religious Painting and Photography at the Salons of the Third Republic," Arts Magazine 60 (December 1985): 58-63
"François Bonvin: An Assessment." In Bonvin. ex. cat., New York: Wheelock Whitney & Co., April 26-May 24, 1984
"Museum Notes - Hugnet Frères, Paris, Fireplace Surround, ca. 1900," Bulletin of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum 71 (October 1984): 21-23
"A Note on S. Bing's Early Years in France, 1854-1876," Arts Magazine 57 (January 1983): 84-85
"Tastemaking in Pittsburgh: The Carnegie International in Perspective, 1896-1905," Carnegie Magazine 56 (July-August 1983): 20-26 & 30-41
"Jules Breton and Léopold Robert: The Poetic Vision of Rustic Life," Arts Magazine 58 (December 1983): 108-110
"Manet and Paris," L'Oeil, no. 339 (October 1983): 42-47
"François Bonvin's Seated Boy with a Portfolio," Elvehjem Museum of Art Bulletin (1981-83): 14-20
"S. Bing's Craftsman Workshops: A Location and Importance Revealed," Source 3 (Fall 1983): 42-48
"Siegfried Bing, Louis Bonnier et la Maison de l'Art Nouveau en 1895," Bulletin de la Société de l'Histoire de l'Art Français (1982/83): 241-49
"Jules Breton, Jules Bastien-Lepage and Camille Pissarro in the Context of 19th-Century Painting and the Salon," Arts Magazine 56 (February 1982): 115-19
"P.A.J. Dagnan-Bouveret and the Illusion of Photographic Naturalism," Arts Magazine 56 (March 1982): 100-05
"Sir Edwin Landseer, Called by the Wild," Art News (March 1982): 122-24
"Dagnan-Bouveret, Bastien-Lepage and the Naturalist Instinct," Arts Magazine 56 (April 1982): 70-76
"Traditions of Realism in the Nineteenth Century and Today," Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Fall 1982): 5-23
"Making it Natural: Dagnan-Bouveret's Constructed Compositions for the Paris Salon of the 1880s," The Scottish Art Review (Special number) 15 (November 1982): 7-15
"The New Maecenas: Regional and Private Patronage of Realism in France, 1830-1870." In The European Realist Tradition. 14-30. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1982
"Jules Breton in Context." In Jules Breton and the French Rural Tradition. 37-49. Omaha: The Joslyn Art Museum, 1982
"François Bonvin's Woman Reading," Bulletin of The Detroit Institute of Arts 60 (Winter 1982): 92-99
"Jules Breton's The Gleaners of Courrières: A Traditional Aspect of Regional Life," Arts Magazine 55 (January 1981): 104-07
"Jules Breton's The Grape Harvest at Château-Lagrange," Arts Magazine (with Annette Bourrut-Lacouture) 55 (January 1981): 98-103
"In Search of State Patronage: Three French Realists and The Second Empire, 1851-1870." In Essays in Honor of H.W. Janson-Art the Ape of Nature. 585-606. New York: Abrams & Prentice-Hall, 1981
"Jean-Charles Cazin - Memory Painting and Observation in The Boatyard," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (January 1981): 2-16
"Painters from Lyon: The Bails and the Continuation of a Popular Realist Tradition," Arts Magazine 55 (April 1981): 155-59
"Did Modern Painting Begin on the Avenue de Clichy at Five O'Clock in the Evening?," (Review of the Art Gallery of Ontario Cloisonism Exhibition), Art News (May 1981): 149-51
"Realism and Impressionism in Nineteenth-Century French Art," Antiques Magazine 120 (August 1981): 334-37
"Editorial: Crisis in the Endowments," Connaissance des Arts (June 1981)
"The Leleux: Apostles of Proto-Realism," Arts Magazine 56 (September 1981): 128-30
"Pissarro: A Creative Dynamo who Continually Renewed Himself," (Review of The Pissarro Exhibition in Paris/Boston) Art News (September 1981):128-31
"Ferdinand Hodler, François Bonvin and French Realism," Arts Magazine 56 (October 1981): 128-31
"Rodin Unmasked," Art News (October 1981): 172-76
"Studies in Realism: The Unknown Early Hodler," Connaissance des Arts (December 1981): 66-71
"Charles Jacque and Rustic Life," Arts Magazine 56 (December 1981): 91-93
"François Bonhommé and Early Images of Industrialization: 1830-1870," Arts Magazine 54 (April 1980): 132-35
"Léon Bonvin and the Pre-Impressionist Innocent Eye," Arts Magazine 54 (June 1980): 120-24
"French Realism and Past Traditions." In Malerei und Theorie, Proceedings of the Courbet Colloquim. 139-52. Frankfurt am Main: Städtische Galerie im Städelschen Kunstinstitut
"Little-Known Painters of the French Realist Tradition," Nineteenth Century 6 (Autumn 1980): 44-48
"The Reluctant Realist: The Watercolors of Isidore Pils," Drawing 2 (September/October 1980): 49-53
"The Realist Tradition," The Connoisseur 205 (October 1980): 92-99
"Vestiges of the Past: The Brittany Pardons of Late Nineteenth Century French Painters," Arts Magazine 55 (November 1980): 134-38
"Toward the Creation of a Thematic Exhibition," Contemporary Civilization 5 (Fall 1980): 81-85
"The Realist Tradition: Reasons for a Revival," The Art Journal (Fall/Winter 1980): 399-403
"Philippe Burty and a Critical Assessment of Japonisme." In Japonisme in Art, An International Symposium. 109-125. Tokyo: Committee for the Year 2001, 1980
"The Villa of Baron Vitta," Antiques World 1 (May 1979): 76-84
"A Magic of Execution that Can Drive you to Despair," Art News (September 1979): 100-04
"L'Art Nouveau Bing," Arts in Virginia Bulletin 20 (1979): 1-15
"Baron Joseph Vitta and The Bracquemond/Rodin Hand Mirror," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (November 1979): 300-10
"The First Phase of 'Japonisme in France'." In Ukiyo-e Prints and the Impressionist Painters: Meeting of the East and West. 22-32. Tokyo: Committee for The Year 2001, 1979
"Gerard, Dufraissex and Abbot: The Manufactory of Art Nouveau Bing Porcelains in Limoges, France," The Connoisseur (February 1978): 125-29
"A Still-Life by Antoine Vollon: Painter of Two Traditions," Detroit Institute of Arts Bulletin 46 (1978): 222-29
"The Traditional Realism of François Bonvin," Cleveland Mudeum of Art Bulletin 65 (November 1978): 281-98
"France's Rainbow-Hued Revolution," Art News (September 1978): 66-68
"Fantin-Latour and Still-Life Symbolism in 'Un Atelier aux Batignolles'," Gazette des Beaux-Arts (December 1977): 205-15
"A Commitment to the Past," (Haden, Legros, Lepère) Art News (Summer 1977): 150-53
"The Stamp of Whistler," Art News (September 1977): 66-70
"Madame Henry Lerolle and Daughter Yvonne," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (December 1977): 326-43 (Painting by Albert Besnard)
Catalogue entries. In The Frederick W. Schumacher Collection. Columbus: Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1976
"Twentieth-Century Gothic: John Taylor Arms," Art New (March 1976): 58-59
"Félix Bracquemond and the Molding of French Popular Taste," Art News (September 1976): 64-66
"Théodule Ribot: Popular Imagery & The Little Milkmaid," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (October 1976): 253-63
"Aspects of Japonisme," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (April 1975): 120-30
"The Meticulous Romanticism of Charles Méryon," Art News (April 1975): 54-55
"On Museum Education-Editorial," Gazette des Beaux-Arts (La Chronique des Arts) (June 1975): 1-3
"Les Albums Ukiyo-e de Camille Moreau: Sources nouvelles pour le 'Japonisme'," Nouvelles de l'Estampe, no. 23 (September-October 1975): 18-21
"Alphonse Legros and the Theme of Death and the Woodcutter," Cleveland Museum of Art Bulletin (April 1974): 128-35
"A Terminal Case Revisited: The Preservation of Cincinnati's Union Terminal Concourse Mosaics," Art Journal (Summer 1974): 328-30
"Georges de Feure's Mysterious Women: A Study of Symbolist Sources in the Writings of Charles Baudelaire and Georges Rodenbach," Gazette des Beaux-Arts (October 1974): 220-30
"Georges van Sluijters Called de Feure: An Identity Unmasked," Gazette des Beaux-Arts (October 1974): 231-32 (Supplement)
"François Bonvin and the Critics of His Art," Apollo 100 (October 1974): 306-11
"Japonisme in French Ceramic Decoration. Part 1: The Pieces for E. Rousseau, Paris," The Connoiseur 183 (July 1973): 210-13
"Japonisme in French Ceramic Decoration. Part 2: The Pieces by Camille Moreau & Albert Dammouse," The Connoisseur 184 (October 1973): 125-31
"Preface." In Art Deco and the Cincinnati Union Terminal, ex. cat., Cincinnati: Contemporary Art Center, 1973
"A Terminal Case: Cincinnati's Fight to Save an Art Deco Landmark," Art Journal (Spring 1973): 297-98
"The Works of François Bonvin in the Burrell Collection," The Scottish Art Review 13, no. 3 (1972): 10-12 & 31
"Samuel Bing: International Dealer of Art Nouveau. Part 1: Contacts with The Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris," The Connoisseur 176 (March 1971): 200-05
"Samuel Bing: International Dealer of Art Nouveau: Part 2: Contacts with The Victoria and Albert Museum, London," The Connoisseur 176 (April 1971): 275-83
"Samuel Bing: International Dealer of Art Nouveau. Part 3: Contacts with the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, Krefeld, Germany and the Finish Society of Crafts and Design, Helsinki, Finland," The Connoisseur 177 (May 1971): 49-55
"Samuel Bing: International Dealer of Art Nouveau. Part 4: Contacts with the Museum of Decorative Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark," The Connoisseur 177 (July 1971): 211-19
"Bing Porcelain in America," The Connoisseur 178 (November 1971): 200-03
"Samuel Bing: Patron of Art Nouveau: Part 3: The House of Art Nouveau Bing," The Connoisseur 173 (January 1070): 61-68
"Philippe Burty: A Notable Critic of the Nineteenth Century," Apollo 91 (April 1970): 296-300
"François Bonvin and an Interest in Several Painters of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries," Gazette des Beaux-Arts 76 (December 1970): 359-66
"The Paintings of François Bonvin in the Wadsworth Atheneum," Wadsworth Atheneum Bulletin (Winter 1970): 40-48 (Published Spring 1973)
"Félix Bracquemond & Japonisme," The Art Quarterly 32 (Spring 1969): 56-68
"Félix Bracquemond & Japanese Influence in Ceramic Decoration," The Art Bulletin 51 (September 1969): 277-80
"Samuel Bing: Patron of Art Nouveau. Part 1: The Appreciation of Japanese Art," The Connoisseur 172 (October 1969): 119-125
"Samuel Bing: Patron of Art Nouveau. Part 2: The Salons of Art Nouveau," The Connoisseur 172 (December 1969): 294-99
"Frank Lloyd Wright & Pre-Columbian Art: The Background for His Architecture," The Art Quarterly 30 (Spring 1967): 40-51