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The British Art Journal publishes original research on British art of all periods, and actively encourages the work of younger scholars. Articles cover most fields of art-historical research, including painting and the graphic arts, books and publishing, sculpture, architecture, the decorative arts, and the history of dress.
Submissions are invited from scholars.
Main articles are usually 3,000 - 7,500 words, but it is a policy of the journal to consider longer articles up to 20,000 words; shorter articles up to 3,000 words.
Suggestions for reviews of books and exhibitions are welcomed.
Contact the Editor,
The British Art Journal,
46 Grove Lane,
All research articles are refereed.
The British Art Journal was launched at a reception given at the Thomas Coram Foundation (now the Foundling Museum),
40 Brunswick Square WC1 on 1 July 1999. Two issues were published in the first year, and three issues have been published every year since.