Quarterly Journal

Oriental Art, ISSN 0030-5278, was founded prior to the Second World War by Dr William Cohn in Oxford, UK. 

The quarterly was associated with Asian Art presently in the collection of the Ashmolean Museum and was the first journal to pioneer publishing on research and discoveries in Asian art history. 

In its New Series since c.1948, Oriental Art continues to publish the latest findings by scholars in Central Asian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian art, including the sacred art of Asian religions.

Published out of the UK to the 1990s and then from Singapore, the quarterly journal is available digitally from Vol 51 on ingentaconnect.com.

For any back issues and enquiries email digital@orientalart.org for Vol 50 print subscriptions and preceding issues.

While our new website is under construction, the Oriental Art publishing team will be glad to assist you:

Aileen Boon (Lau) – editor@orientalart.org

Maria Soh, Subscriptions – digital@orientalart.org

Laura Lau, Publishing Manager – laura.lau@orientalart.org