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, 2011

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Baumgartner, Frederique, “Transformation of the Cultural Experience: The Art of Hubert Robert during the French Revolution” (Harvard, E. Lajer-Burcharth)

Bell, Esther, “Charte-Antoinie Coypel: Painting and Performance in Eighteenth-Century France” (IFA/NYU, J. Brown)

Brandt, Amy, “Complicity and Critique: ‘Neo-Geo’ Art of the 1980s” (CUNY, A. Chave)

Ferando, Christina, “Staging Canova: Sculpture, Connoisseurship, and Display, 1780–1822” (Columbia, J. Crary, A. Higonnet)

Hanson, Katie, “A Neoclassical Conundrum: Painting Greek Mythology in France, 1780–1825” (CUNY, P. Mainardi)

Lahikainen, Amanda, “Unchecked Ideas: Humor and the French Revolution in Late Eighteen-Century British Political Graphic Satire” (Brown, K. D. Kriz)

Ludwig, Amber, “‘She is All Nature, Yet All Art’: Portraits of Emma Hamilton” (Boston, B. Redford)

Veith, Jessica, “Memorializing the Past: Jan de Bray and the Construction of Identity in Seventeenth-Century Haarlem” (IFA/NYU, M. Westermann)