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Department of History of Art

Francesca Aimi Domenico Veneziano in mid-15th-century Florence (Dr Cooper)

Ilaria Bernocchi

Italian heroic portraits in the Sixteenth Century

(Prof Marr)

Aisha Bornø

Scandinavian women artists in and beyond the Parisian avant-garde

(Prof Blakesley)

Helen Bremm

Surrealist Tempera Paintings in Mexico and the United States, c.1940-1970 (Prof Mahon)

Francesco Capitummino

Sculptural Apparatuses and Architectural Systems in Norman Sicily from Roger II to William II. Palermo, Cefalu’ and Monreale

(Dr Cooper)

Chiara Capulli

Displacement and Reconfiguration: The Effects of the Florentine Guasto of 1529 on Devotional Spaces and Networks of Artistic Patronage

(Dr Cooper)

Alice Cawley

Decadence and Proto-Punk Aesthetics in New York City, 1959-1976

(Prof Mahon)

Jonathan Clarke

The speculative office in inter-war England

(Dr Salmon)

Thomas Cooper

The career and work of May Morris (1862-1938) (Prof Blakesley)
Jamie Danis I Have Nothing to Say and I’m Saying It: Silence, Withdrawal, and Refusal in Postwar American Art (Dr Tobin)

Anneke de Bont

The Christian Epistemic Image in Northern European Print, c.1570–c.1700 (Prof Marr)

Julien Domercq

From noble to ignoble savage: representing the Pacific, circa 1770-1810 (Prof Massing)

Panagiotis Doudesis

Centrepieces. Compositions for the adornment of the western European formal table from the 1680s to the 1840s (Prof van Eck)

Francesca Dytor

Reanimating the Renaissance, 1873 - 1914 (Prof van Eck)

Elisabetta Garletti

Feminist Video in the Twenty-First Century: Self-Presentation, Labour and Gender Difference

(Prof Mahon)
Luming Guan

Artists as Tricksters: Resourceful Artists in the German Renaissance

(Prof Marr)

Elisabeth Huits

A New Visual Narrative of Nineteenth-Century Historicism (Prof van Eck)
Isabelle Kent The Male Body as Artifice in Early Modern Spain (Prof Marr)

Alexander Kusztyk

Painting Until it Becomes 'Marbelous': Victorian Life, Edwardian Death and Modern Afterlife of the Marbling Artist

(Dr Salmon)
Suri Li Tuscan Dominican Nunneries: Art and Reform from the Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries’ (Dr Cooper)
Giles Lucas Seeing Below the Surface: Reconstructing Tramezzo Screens in Mendicant Churches in Central Italy (Dr Cooper)

Giorgia Mancini

Recovering the lost context of the Rovarella altarpiece by Cosmè Tura. The Olivetan church of San Giorgio fuori le mura in Ferrara

(Dr Cooper)
Ane Cornelia Pade The Parisian Pleasure Gardens 1795-1815 (Prof van Eck)

Sophie Rhodes

Peter Oliver and the Miniature in Stuart England (Prof Marr)

Isabel Stokholm Romanova

Fathers & Sons? Uncovering Cross-Generational Relations in the Russian Art World, 1880-1923 (Prof Blakesley)

Frances Rothwell Hughes

The Heraldic Imagination in Early Modern Northern Europe (Prof Marr)
Emma Sharples

Ithell Colquhoun: A Contextual Study of the Artist’s Imagery and Working Practices focused on Tate’s Newly Expanded Collection and Archive 1906-1988

(Prof Mahon)

Koenraad Vos

The Display of Sculpture in the Vatican Museums
at the beginning of the Nineteenth Century

(Prof van Eck)

Ralph Wade

The Country Houses of David Bryce (1803-76): An
Architectural and Cultural History

(Dr Salmon)

Stella Wisgrill

Material Virtue and the Poetics of Metals in the Making of Habsburg Identity 1477-1519 (Prof Marr)
Michela Young The Vallombrosans in Florence: social and artistic networks 1300-1550 (Dr Cooper)
Zifeng Zhao Porcelain Cabinets and the Arrangement of Experience at Eighteenth-Century German Courts (Prof van Eck)