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Les publications de l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art ( sont destinées à valoriser les manifestations – expositions, colloques, travaux de recherche en histoire de l’art et archéologie occidentale depuis l’Antiquité jusqu’à nos jours – conçues et organisées en partenariat avec d’autres institutions – université et musées. Elles complètent les ressources élaborées par l’Institut et mises à la disposition des chercheurs, professionnels de l’art ou amateurs éclairés (bases de données, catalogue de la Bibliothèque de l’INHA…), qu’ils soient conservateurs de musée, universitaires, antiquaires ou étudiants en histoire de l’art.

Titles from the Institut national d'histoire de l'art ( are published as supporting elements to events – exhibitions, colloquiums, research in the history of art and archaeology from Antiquity to the present day – planned and organised with other institutions, universities and museums. They are an additional resource developed by the Institute and made available to researchers, art professionals and informed amateurs (databases, the catalogue of the library of the INHA, etc.), whether they are museum curators, academics, antique dealers or students of art history.

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Catégories francophones
Histoire, Représentations, Histoire culturelle, Histoire de l'Art, Patrimoine, Études visuelles
Catégories anglophones
History & Archaeology, Arts & Humanities, Art, Classics, Humanities; Multidisciplinary


Institut national d'histoire de l'art

L’INHA a pour mission de développer l’activité scientifique et de contribuer à la coopération scientifique internationale dans le domaine de l’histoire de l’art et du patrimoine. Il exerce des activités de recherche, de formation et de diffusion des connaissances.

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Directeur de la publication
Antoinette Le Normand-Romain
Type de support
Papier et électronique
Etat de la collection
Politique d'édition électronique
Publication en libre accès
Année de création
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15 mars 2010
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