Gothic Sculpture in America III. The Museums of New York and Pennsylvania
by Joan A. Holladay and Susan L. Ward
$75 for ICMA Members (sign in to medievalart.org for discount code)
668 pages (589 b/w photos)
Hardback (April 2016)
With 446 entries examining some 550 works of figural, architectural, and decorative sculpture in 27 museums and public institutions, this volume continues The Census of Gothic Sculpture in America started by Dorothy Gillerman in 1989. In addition to such large and well-known collections as the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Glencairn Museum, smaller collections and those not known for their medieval works, like the Barnes Foundation and the Explorers Club, are also inventoried. Generously supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Getty Foundation, this book includes entries by 35 authors writing on works in their areas of specialization.
Joan A. Holladay is professor of the history of art at the University of Texas at Austin. She specializes in Gothic sculpture and manuscripts, particularly in France and Germany, and her work has appeared in Art History, Gesta, and Studies in Iconography, as well as in numerous other journals and volumes of essays, and in the monograph series of the College Art Association.
Susan L. Ward is professor of the History of Art and Visual Culture at the Rhode Island School of Design. She specializes in the medieval sculpture of France and England and has also published articles on manuscripts and textiles. Her work has appeared in Gesta and Speculum, as well as numerous collections of essays.