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The Art Journal

The Art Journal was a Victorian-era fine arts magazine published in London, for most of its run by J. S. Virtue and Co.. It also had an American edition during part of its run.

Publication History

The Art Journal began in 1839 as The Art-Union. It was renamed the Art Journal about in 1849, after Virtue took it over. An American edition with very similar but not identical contents was published by D. Appleton and Co. starting in 1875. The American edition was taken over by Patterson and Neilson around 1881, and ceased publication in 1887. The original London edition continued until 1912.

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