The Arch in the Landscape: Natural History and Antiquarianism in Seventeenth-Century Roman Landscape Painting
Lecture by Sarah Cantor
Sarah Cantor currently serves as the Art History Artist House Teaching and Research Fellow, Fall 2016 semester Artist House Residency. She received her PhD from the University of Maryland in 2013, specializing in Early Modern European art history. Her research explores the intersections between landscape imagery, natural history, and antiquarian culture in seventeenth-century Italy.
Sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History and the Artist House Residency Programs