a notebook kept by an artist as a personal record of images and sometimes words; also called artist's journal
His art journal is a special place for recording and decoding his interior world -- a place to download all his creative ideas, a place to remember the events of the day, or a place to doodle, to draw, and to dream.
also art journaling
Sarah Moroz on the rebirth of a famous publishing house, gallery, and art journal.
The art journal, March, 1873, spoke of her as "one of our most accomplished female sculptors."
By way of contrast, we may cite the "art journal" of 1865, which provides a most extraordinary criticism of David, of that year.
A pat on the back, with a very lukewarm hand, was bestowed by “The art journal.”
I think it was only in the art journal of September 1st, 1854, that any writer had the meanness to charge me with insincerity.
One of the most active societies is that of Luxemburg, which has published an art journal since 1861.
From 1826 to 1837 he was editor of a great number and variety of public prints, and in 1839 he founded and edited The art journal.
Oh, there is an article here in the art journal on which you must give me an opinion.
Robert Hooker was reading this one evening in the "art journal" when a thought came to him.
These words were written before the “art journal” had published its programme for 1881.