Art History & Art Conservation

Department of Art History & Art Conservation

  • art history student examines art work

    Art History Master's student Frances Wallace is taking a closer look at Pieter Bruegel the Elder's 1554 ink drawing, Landscape after Campagnola, during a trip to Vienna for ARTH 844. 

  • Class looking at works of art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre

    Prof. Bailey's students from the course, Caravaggio and Artemisia (ARTH 451), examining works of art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. 

  • Individual working with equipment on an art piece.

    Many experiential learning opportunities exist at Queen’s, including internships, practicums, and co-curricular activities. Lauren Buttle (MAC’15), above, said her summer internships brought greater confidence and skills to her work in the Master of Art Conservation program.

  • Three individuals gathered around a computer.

    Norman Vorano, Gamalial Kilukishak and Joanne Kunnuk in Pond Inlet, Nunavut, doing research for Picturing Arctic Modernity: North Baffin Drawings exhibition, April 2016.

  • Graduate students conducting research in St. Mary's Cathedral

    Art History graduate students Abby Berry and Eleanor Mackie learn how to digitally scan the interior of St. Mary's Cathedral in Kingston. 

  • Student Zine screen shot

    An sample from the zine created by the students from Feminism, Art, Art History (ARTH 310) taught by Professor Jen Kennedy. 

  • A. D'Souza and Merray Gerges at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre

    Aruna D'Souza discusses her work, "Whitewalling: Art, Race and Protest in Three Acts" with Canadian Art editor Merray Gerges at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre

  • student working on Greek icon in art conservation lab

    Art Conservation (MAC, 18) Brandon Finney working on a Greek icon from a private collection which had split into two pieces. Brandon is pictured here removing some old restoration adhesive from the joint before re-joining the pieces.