Marc Gotlieb

Director of the Graduate Program in Art History and Class of 1955 Memorial Professor of Art
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Clark Art Institute Penthouse Level

Education

B.A. University of Toronto (1980)
M.A. Johns Hopkins University (1984)
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University (1990)

Areas of Expertise

Marc Gotlieb received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins in 1990.  He is the author of The Plight of Emulation: Ernest Meissonier and French Salon Painting, as well as further essays on French Romantic art, on the image of the artist, and on Orientalist painting. He is also past Editor-in-chief of Art Bulletin, and is currently working on a book centering on “the Orientalist Sublime.” His graduate teaching encompasses nineteenth-century art, art historical methods and approaches, pedagogy in the visual arts, and related concerns.

Courses

Note: courses in gray are not offered this academic year.

ARTH 404

The Enemies of Impressionism, 1870-1900

ARTH 507(F)

Object Workshop

ARTH 509(S)

Graduate Symposium