Dr. Caroline O. Fowler




Gruppe/n: Stipendiaten

Vita

Education

2012
Princeton University, M.A., Ph.D., History of Art; Field: Northern Renaissance and Baroque; Dissertation: Between the Heart and the Mind: Ways of Drawing in the Seventeenth Century

2005
New York University, B.A., History of Art with a minor in Portuguese and Comparative Literature, cum laude

Employment

2016-
Postdoctoral Research Associate / A.W. Mellon Fellow; Yale University, Department of the History of Art

2015-2016
NEH-Postdoctoral Fellow, Getty Research Institute

2013-2015
A.W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts

Publications

Books

Drawing and the Senses: An Early Modern History (Harvey Miller Series in Baroque Art/Brepols)

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Res Papirea: Mantegna’s Paper Things,” Art Bulletin 99.1 (March 2017).

“Presence in Seventeenth-Century Practice and Theory,” Word & Image 30.2 (2014): 155-167.

“Standing Mountains Move Like Clouds: A Watercolor Study of the Printed Horizon,” Thresholds 39 (2011): 54-61.

“The Eye-as-Legend: Perceiving the Seventeenth-Century Printed World,” Kunsttexte (September 2010) http://kunsttexte.de/.

Book Chapters

“The Point and its Line: An Early-Modern History of Movement,” Visual Culture and Mathematics, ed. Ingrid Alexander-Skipnes, Ashgate,(2017).

“Consonant and Dissonant Perspectives: Carel Fabritius’ A View in Delft (1652),” The Most Noble Sense, ed. Lilian Zirpolo, Zephyrus Publications, 2016.

“Abraham Bloemaert and Caritas: A Lesson in Perception,” Personification, eds. Walter Melion and Bart Ramakers, Brill, 2016.

Languages

Speaking and reading: Dutch, French, German, and Italian