New Path [USA]
York, NY: Society for the Advancement of Truth in Art
1, no.1, May 1863 - Vol. 2, no.12, December 1865 [all published]
provided by the Digital Library for the Decorative Arts
and Material Culture at the University of Wisconsin :
The New Path (May, 1863-December, 1865) was a short-lived
but significant journal published in New York by the Society
for the Advancement of Truth in Art. The society and its
journal espoused the aesthetic principles of John Ruskin
and the English Pre-Raphaelite movement. The journal is
of interest for its content and provides an example of one
of the earlier art journals published in the United States.
The full text is searchable here, relying on optical character
recognition software to analyze the scanned pages. This
journal is also among those indexed by the UW-Madison licensed
resource, Index to Nineteenth-Century American Art Periodicals.
The original text volume is available at the UW-Madison,
Kohler Art Library, AP N532 P297.
an excellent digitization provided by the Digital Library
for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture at the University
further information about the University of Wisconsin Decorative
Arts and Material Culture Collection and about other resources
they have digitized see: http://decorativearts.library.wisc.edu/