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  • Front MatterSource: Art Journal, Vol. 57, No. 1, The Reception of Christian Devotional Art (Spring, 1998),p. 1Published by: College Art AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/777985 .Accessed: 14/06/2014 20:18

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    The Reception of Christian Devotional Art

    The Reception of Christian Devotional Art: The Renaissance to the Present Pamela M. Jones 2

    Facing the Closed Doors to Reception? Speculations on Foreign Exchange, Liturgical Diversity, and the "Failure" of the Portinari Altarpiece Roger J. Crum 5 Torture and Teaching: The Reception of Lucas Cranach the Elder's Martyrdom of the Twelve Apostles in the Protestant Era Mitchell B. Merback 14 The Indian Conquest of Catholic Art: The Mughals, the Jesuits, and Imperial Mural Painting Gauvin Alexander Bailey 24 The Afterlives of Sargent's Prophets Sally M. Promey 31 Domestic Devotion and Ritual: Visual Piety in the Modern American Home David Morgan 45 Transformative Triptychs in Multicultural America Annette Stott 55

    Devotion edited by John Alan Farmer 64

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    Article Contents[unnumbered][unnumbered]p. [1]

    Issue Table of ContentsArt Journal, Vol. 57, No. 1, The Reception of Christian Devotional Art (Spring, 1998), pp. 1-91Front Matter [pp. 1-1]Editor's StatementThe Reception of Christian Devotional Art: The Renaissance to the Present [pp. 2-4]

    Facing the Closed Doors to Reception? Speculations on Foreign Exchange, Liturgical Diversity, and the "Failure" of the Portinari Altarpiece [pp. 5-13]Torture and Teaching: The Reception of Lucas Cranach the Elder's Martyrdom of the Twelve Apostles in the Protestant Era [pp. 14-23]The Indian Conquest of Catholic Art: The Mughals, the Jesuits, and Imperial Mural Painting [pp. 24-30]The Afterlives of Sargent's Prophets [pp. 31-44]Domestic Devotion and Ritual: Visual Piety in the Modern American Home [pp. 45-54]Transformative Triptychs in Multicultural America [pp. 55-63]Artists' PagesDevotion [pp. 64-76]

    ReviewsReview: Robert Hughes's Hat Trick [pp. 77-79]Review: Can Painting Be Saved? [pp. 79-81]Review: The House That Mabel Built [pp. 82-84]Review: Van Gogh's Dilemma: Caught between Mythology and Art [pp. 84-86]Review: Reassessing Feminist Theory [pp. 86-88]Review: The Art of Islam [p. 88]Review: Rediscovering Sex in Feminist Art [pp. 88-89]

    Books and Catalogues Received [pp. 90-91]Back Matter