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The Boletín del Museo e Instituto Camón Aznar is aimed at a specialist audience and publishes research articles about the History and Theory of Art, including subjects related to artwork which will make it better known and understood.


  • They should be no longer than 30 DIN A4 pages, with 60 spaces per line and a total of 30 lines, 27,000 characters, Calibri font size 11. If an article justifiably exceeds this length, the journal’s Editorial Committee will review it to decide whether or not to accept it for publication.
  • They will have abstracts in English and Spanish as well as keywords (between 5 and 8) in both abstracts.
  • If an article contains illustrations (maximum 10 images), they must be of sufficient quality to be reproduced (300 ppi). In this case the article must be submitted both as a PDF and a Word file with numbered pages, footnotes and embedded images (if there are any) renamed, numbered correlatively to match the text and attached to the email sending the article. They should not be bigger than 3 Mb. The journal’s Editorial Committee may change the number of illustrations if it considers this to be necessary.

Review guidelines:

  • Articles will be evaluated by blind peer review to maintain the anonymity of authors and reviewers. The Board will decide whether or not to publish the article based on the reviewer’s opinion and will inform the author(s) of its decision.

The Board and the Editorial Committee do not accept any responsibility for the views and statements of the authors in their papers. These papers must be unpublished and not approved for publication by any other organisation. They may be posted together with a brief CV, including the author’s/authors’ name, surname, phone number and email address, to:

Museo Goya‐Colección Ibercaja-Museo Camón Aznar
c/ Espoz y Mina, 23
50003 Zaragoza
The envelope should include on an electronic medium the article in Word and as a PDF (maximum 3 Mb) and the images if there are any with a resolution of 300 ppi.

They can also be emailed to
indicating Boletín in the subject field and attaching the article in Word and as a PDF (maximum 3 Mb) and the images if there are any with a resolution of 300 ppi.

Text submission instructions:

  • Text: Calibri 11.

Presentation of the article:

  • Notes and citations: footnotes should have superscript numbers in font size 9 without brackets with the body text in font size 10.5 and will conform to the following standards:
  • Monographs: AUTHOR (surname and initial of the name in SMALL CAPS), title, place of publication, publisher, year, p./pp.
  • Contributions in monographs, papers and communications that form part of the proceedings of congresses, seminars, etc.: AUTHOR of the contribution (surname and initial of name in SMALL CAPS), “Title of the contribution”, in Author(s) or Coordinator(s) of the source work, Title of the source work, place of publication, publisher, year, pages comprising the contribution (p./pp.), and then indicating if applicable the exact citation as follows: spec. p./pp.
  • Journal articles: AUTHOR (surname and initial of the name in SMALL CAPS), “Title of the article”, Title of the journal, journal number, place of publication, organisation that publishes it, year, pages comprising it (p./pp.) and then indicating if applicable the exact citation as follows: spec. p./pp.
  • When the citation is repeated, it should be abbreviated as follows: AUTHOR (surname and initial of the name in SMALL CAPS), Title ..., if it is a book, or “Title ...”, if it is an article (only the first words), op. cit., pp. - If the citation exactly matches an earlier one, state: See note no. - If citations to the same work are consecutive, state: Ibid.
  • Documentary citations: when the document is unpublished, it will be cited in the footnote as follows: name of the archive [acronym of the archive which will replace the name of the archive after the first footnote], source or record, year, f./ff.-r./v., (place where the document was issued and date, using Roman characters for the month).
  • Website citations: the access date must be indicated in brackets.

Page proofs: authors will only receive first proofs for correction, which will be limited only to print errata or grammatical changes. Changes that significantly alter the typographic adjustment, layout or style of the article are not allowed.