Table of Contents

Calvin G. Seerveld, Art History Revisited: Sundry writings and occasional lectures, edited by John H. Kok. Sioux Center, IA: Dordt College Press, 2014. 308 pages

Introductions by Dirk van den Berg and Henry Luttikhuizen

  1. Biblical Wisdom underneath Vollenhoven’s Categories for Philosophical Historiography
  2. Vollenhoven’s Legacy for Art Historiography
  3. Towards a Cartographic Methodology for Art Historiography
  4. Antiquity Transumed and the Reformational Tradition: Which Antiquity is Transumed–How and Why?
  5. Methodological Notes for Assessing What Happened 1764–1831 in the History of Aesthetics
  6. The Moment of Truth and Evidence of Sterility within Neoclassical Art and Aesthetic Theory of the Later Enlightenment
  7. Idealistic Philosophy in Checkmate: Neoclassical and Romantic Artistic Policy
  8. Badt and Dittmann: Art Historiographic Testing of Heidegger’s Aesthetics
  9. Telltale Statues in Watteau’s Painting
  10. God’s Ordinance for Artistry and Hogarth’s “wanton chace”
  11. Canonic Art: Pregnant dilemmas in the theory and practice of Anton Raphael Mengs
  12. No Endangered Species: An Introduction to the wood engraving artistry of Peter S. Smith
  13. Redemptive Grit: The ordinary artistry of Gerald Folkerts
  14. Book Review: A. L. Rees and F. Borzello’s The NEW Art History

List of illustrations