Colnaghi Studies Journal is produced biannually by the Colnaghi Foundation. Its purpose is to publish texts on significant pre-twentieth-century artworks in the European tradition that have recently come to light or about which new research is underway, as well as on the history of their collection. Texts about artworks should place them within the broader context of the artist’s oeuvre, provide visual analysis and comparative images.

We are currently accepting submissions for future volumes of the Journal.Please see our Call for Papers

Editorial Committee

Stijn Alsteens, Jaynie Anderson, Charles Avery, Andrea Bacchi, Colin Bailey, Francesca Baldassari, Piers Baker-Bates, Amanda Bradley, Bonaventura Bassegoda, Bruce Boucher, Till-Holger Borchert, Antonia Boström, Edgar Peters Bowron, Xavier Bray, Xanthe Brooke, Christopher Brown, Caroline Campbell, Ignacio Cano, Peter Cherry, Rosario Coppel, Christina Currie, C. D. Dickerson, Lazaro Gila Medina, Gail Feigenbaum, Peter Humfrey, Paul Joannides, Kirstin Kennedy, Alastair Laing, Barbara Lasic, Riccardo Lattuada, Patrick Lenaghan, Patrice Marandel, Jennifer Montagu, Scott Nethersole, Tom Nickson, Larry Nichols, Gianni Papi, Edward Payne, Martin Postle, Xavier F. Salomon, Salvador Salort-Pons, Timothy Schroder, Manfred Selink, Pippa Shirley, Jack Soultanian, John Spike, Nicola Spinosa, Carl Strehlke, Luke Syson, Holly Trusted, Benjamin van Beneden, Jeremy Warren, Mark Westgarth, Catherine Whistler, Betsy Wieseman, Matthias Wivel, Yao-Fen You & Dimitrios Zikos.


Texts should be between 1,000 and 10,000 words (including endnotes) and include five to ten illustrations depending on the length of the article, with at least two images of the object itself and appropriate comparative images.

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