Current Journal

Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History 2019/20

Volume 24 (2019-2020)         Sculpture in Scotland

Andrew Demetrius – Art Decade: Glenrothes Town Artist – Public Sculpture as Collaborative Practice

Natalie Morgan-Klein – Postwar public sculpture in British new towns: the pioneering role of Brian Miller in Cumbernauld

Matthew Jarron – ‘The immortality of stone, and the immortality of art’ – A brief history of Public Sculpture in Dundee

Aonghus Mackechnie – Scoto-Netherlandish sculpture and the scientists: 1610s-30s

Iain Fraser – An Epitome, Two Temples and a Colossus: the 11th Earl of Buchan and his sculpture

Clarisse Godard Desmarest – Columns, statues and memory in 19th-century Scotland

Hardeep Dhindsa – New Town, New Money: Towards a Decolonised Edinburgh

Eva Belgherbi – Ottilie Maclaren Wallace (1875-1947) and Scotland

Kirsty Jackson – The making of a sculptor: Charles d’Orville Pilkington Jackson’s training in the early days at Edinburgh College Of Art

Robin H Rodger – The Keith Rand Studio Gift

Georgina Coburn – Energy, Concept And Material – The Art of Steve Dilworth

Jo Meacock – Exploding Convention: I Say Nothing, A World War I centenary sculpture commission by Christine Borland

Alice Strang – From the Wall to a Performance: Monster Chetwynd’s Re-definition of Sculpture

Paid-up members for 2019 receive a free copy of the journal soon after it is published. Non-members (or members who have joined in 2020) may purchase a copy of the journal for £8 plus £2.50 postage and packing; for each additional journal add £1.
Overseas postage will be extra – please contact us for further details.

Journals can be purchased either via the Art UK online shop here, or by sending a cheque payable to Scottish Society for Art History to:

Matthew Jarron
Scottish Society for Art History
University of Dundee Museum Services
Dundee DD1 4HN

Please note that due to Covid restrictions, there may be a delay in accessing cheques and correspondence sent to this address. Journals will be posted as soon as possible.