Art History & Art Conservation

DEPARTMENT OF

Art History & Art Conservation

DEPARTMENT OF

Art History & Art Conservation

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Portrait of Gauvin Bailey.
Professor and Bader Chair in Southern Baroque Art
Office:
Ontario Hall 306C
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x77344
Summary:

PhD (Harvard University)

Late Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo Art & Architecture in France, Italy, Central Europe, and Iberia and their international diffusion in Latin America, Asia, and Africa; also the arts patronage of the Catholic Church and religious orders such as the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

Affiliation:
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Associate Professor
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x78140
Summary:

Southern European Renaissance and Baroque painting, sculpture, and architecture, with a particular interest in the relationships between art and literature and the Counter Reformation.

Affiliation:
Professor and Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x78774
Summary:

Ph.D. (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University)

Dutch and Flemish art of the seventeenth century, especially Rembrandt and his circle, portraiture, and the history of printmaking.

Affiliation:
Professor Emeritus and Queen's Research Chair
Office:
Ontario Hall
Summary:

Ph.D. (Princeton)

History of Architecture in the Classical Tradition in Europe and North America, Architectural Education, Architectural Books and Drawings.

Affiliation:
Professor Emerita
Office:
Ontario Hall
Summary:

Ph.D. (Victoria)

Late 19th-century British and Irish arts and crafts, textiles, gender issues, material culture, late 19th and early 20th-century dress and fashion, craft history.

Affiliation:
Professor
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x77346
Summary:

Ph.D. (Princeton)

Italian Art (Medieval and Renaissance); Cultural Heritage Preservation; War and Artistic Heritage; History of Science and Medicine (1000-1600).

Affiliation:
Professor
Office:
Ontario Hall
Phone:
(613) 533 6000 x75339
Summary:

Ph.D. (Toronto)

Visual cultural studies, specializing in Native North American and Canadian visual culture. Focusing on art exhibitions, museums and collecting; art historiography, art in tourism, and more recently, on the role of art exhibitions in advancing Canadian foreign policy and international cultural relations.

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