Concise, critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies

Eighteenth-Century Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2002

Show in progress dissertations

Camara, Esperança, “Pictures and Prayers: Madonna of the Rosary Imagery in Post-Tridentine Italy” (Johns Hopkins, E. Cropper)

Germann, Jennifer, “Figuring Marie Leszczinska (1703–1768): Representing Queenship in Eighteenth-Century France” (UNC-Chapel Hill, M. Sheriff)

Heller-Greenman, Bernadine, “The Monument du costume of Jean-Michel le Jeune in the Context of Rousseau and the Ancien Régime” (Florida State, R. Neuman)

Justus, Kevin, “A Fractured Mirror: The Royal Portraiture of Louis XV and the Search for a Successful Image through Architecture; or, Versailles Is the Thing in which We Will Catch the Character of the King” (UNC-Chapel Hill, M. Sheriff)

Minor, Heather, “Reforming Rome: Architecture and Culture, 1730–58” (Princeton, J. Pinto)

Tonkovich, Jennifer, “Claude Gillot and the Theater with a Catalogue of Drawings” (Rutgers, M. Eidelberg)