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    • Cut and Paste: The Mobile Image From Watteau to Robert 

      Pullins, David (2016-05-16)
      This dissertation takes a mode of production — cutting-and-pasting in its most literal and more abstract forms — as a tool for thinking anew about eighteenth-century French art and visual culture in two key ways. The first ...
    • Fragonard: The Fantasy Figures 

      Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa (Artforum International Magazine, 2017-12)
      RARELY DOES A MERE SHEET OF PAPER radically challenge our view of a major artist’s oeuvre. But this is exactly what happened when, in June 2012, a previously unknown page of brown-ink-and-pencil sketches by Jean-Honoré ...
    • Rococo Massacres: Hunting in Eighteenth-Century French Painting 

      Girard, Catherine (2014-06-06)
      My dissertation is a study of paintings with hunting subjects made in France between the 1730s and 1750s, concomitantly with the escalation of Louis XV's (r. 1715- 1774) obsession with hunting. It concentrates on up-close ...
    • The Stroller: Gabriel de Saint-Aubin’s Urban Drawing 

      Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa (Brepols Publishers, 2017)