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Publisher COLNAGHI FOUNDATION
Editors Irene Brooke, Nicola Jennings, Jeremy Howard, and José Gómez Frechina.
Designer Laura Eguiluz de la Rica
Project Coordinator Sarah Gallagher
Picture Researchers Sarah Gallagher and Maria Vittoria Pellini
Printing & Binding Jiménez Godoy
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.
Manuscripts may be sent at any time and will be reviewed by members of the journal’s Editorial Committee, composed of
specialists on painting, sculpture, architecture, conservation, decorative arts, and the history of collecting, covering a wide
range of periods and geographical areas. Texts should be between 1000 and 10,000 words (including endnotes) and include
high resolution, comparative images.
The Colnaghi Foundation is a platform for realizing a variety of projects in collaboration with scholars, museums, and
educational institutions worldwide. These include organizing exhibitions and other educational events, supporting
scholarly research, and publishing Colnaghi Studies Journal as well as monographs, conference proceedings, and catalogues.
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Submissions should be emailed to: email@example.com.
Manuscripts are reviewed by the Journal’s Editorial Commitee. They
may be submitted, complete including illustrations, at any time.
Authors will have the opportunitiy to review their texts after
editing. The Colnaghi Studies Journal will provide an allowance of
up to £800 to cover photographic, licensing, and research costs,
and each author will receive a hard copy of the volume in which
his or her article appears.
Manuscripts should be submitted as double-spaced Word files.
In addition to the text, the manuscript must include endnotes,
captions for illustrations, photographic credits, and a 200-word
abstract. Each part of the article should be in a separate file
except the endnotes, which should be linked to and appear at the
end of the text file.
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No part of this publication may be transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic
or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any storage and retrieval system,
without the prior permission in writing from the publisher.
For the style of captions and bibliographic references in endnotes,
authors are referred to the Chicago Manual of Style and
instructions on the Colnaghi Foundation’s website:
Please provide a list of all bibliographic citations that includes,
for each title: full name(s) of author or authors; title and subtitle
of book or article and periodical; place, publisher, and date
of publication; volume number, if any; and page, plate, and/
or figure number(s). For citations in notes, please cite the full
reference the first time it appears, and then an abbreviated
version which includes only the last name(s) of the author or
authors and a short title. When submitting manuscripts, authors
should include a PDF of all illustrations. Authors are encouraged
to include dates and dimensions of works within captions; the
editors will not include this information unless it is provided by
the author on submission. Please do not embed images within
text documents. If the manuscript is accepted, the author
is expected to provide publication-quality images as well as
copyright permissions to reproduce them in both the print and
electronic editions of the Journal.
Height precedes width and then depth in dimensions cited.
The Journal requires either digital scans of at least 300 dpi at
3,000 pixels wide, colour transparencies (preferably 203 x 254
cm but 102 x 152 cm is also acceptable), or glossy black-and-white
photographs (preferably 203 x 254 cm with white borders) of
good quality and in good condition.
In a separate Word file, please indicate the figure number, the
picture’s orientation, and any instructions for cropping.
The author of each article is responsible for obtaining all
photographic material and reproduction rights.
For copies of the printed version of Colnaghi Studies Journal please see enclosed flyer or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.