• Summer Study Abroad in Rome

  • Samothrace, Framing the Mysteries in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods

  • Bernini's Four Rivers Fountain. ARTHIST 759R: Bernini, Prof. Sarah McPhee

  • Kandinsky, Mural Setting. ARTHIST 769: The Bauhaus and After, Prof. Todd Cronan

  • Korhogo, Côte d'Ivoire, 2014. ARTHIST 485W: Focus on Arts of Africa, Prof. Gagliardi

  • Chancay Effigy. ARTHIST 266 Ancient South and Central American Art, Prof. Stone

  • Palazzo Tolomei, Siena. ARTHIST349: Art and the City in the Age of Dante. Prof. Campbell

  • Claude Monet, Garden at Sainte-Adresse. ARTHIST 262: Europe in the Late 19th Century. Prof. Merrill

Upcoming Events

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5

AntiquiTEA at the Carlos Museum
Annie Shanley, PhD candidate in the Art History Department, discusses Sopdet, an Egyptian goddess.
Carlos Museum Reception Hall, Level Three
4:00 - 5:30 PM

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19
Evelyn Lincoln, Professor of Art History, Brown University
Carlos Museum Reception Hall, Level Three
6:00-7:00 PM

Mission Statement and News

Mission: The Art History Department studies the forms, functions, meanings, and theoretical underpinnings of the visual arts...continued

DEPARTMENT NEWS

Elizabeth Pastan, President of the American Corpus Vitrearum, has been awarded a Kress Foundation grant to develop a professional website for the organization.

Bonna Wescoat won a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2014 which will enable her to develop and write a monograph, Insula Sacra: Samothrace and the Sanctuary of the Great Gods.

Walter Melion, 2014-15 recipient of the Chair Francqui from the Belgian Fondation Francqui, will be giving a series distinguished lectures in December and March at the Université catholique de Louvain.