Sarah Lynch, M.A.
- Princeton University, Ph.D. in Art and Archaeology; MA completed 2012; Thesis: "Ein liebhaber aller freyen khünst": Bonifaz Wolmut, and Architecture of the European Renaissance (Adviser: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann)
- Warburg Institute, MA: Graduated October 2006, Cultural and Intellectual History, 1300-1650
- Courtauld Institute of Art, MA: Graduated July 2005, History of Art, Art in Florence in the Age of Lorenzo de’ Medici
- Smith College, BA: Graduated May 2004, Deans List, First Group Scholar.
Fellowships and Awards:
- Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), 2015, 2016
- Princeton Institute of International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), 2010, 2011, 2012
- Student Fulbright Fellowship, Kisell Museum, Budapest, Hungary, 2008-09
- Lehman Travel Fellowship, 2004
- Blumberg Travel Fellowship, Rome and Mantua, 2003
Review: Italy and Hungary: Humanism and Art in the Early Renaissance, eds. Péter Farbacky and Louis A. Waldman, Florence, Villa i Tatti, 2011, in: The Catholic Historical Review (October 2012) vol. 98, no. 4, pp. 802-03.
"Drawings by Karel Škréta the Elder and His Circle in North America" with Elizabeth Petcu; Karle Škréta (1610-1674): Dílo a doba. Studie, dokumenty, prameny. Lenka Stolárová and Kateřina Holečková (eds.) Narodní galerie v Praze, Prague, 2003, pp. 185-208.
Review: Karel Škréta (1610-1674) His Work and His Era, eds. Lenka Stolárová and Vít Vlnas, Prague, 2012; with Elizabeth Petcu, Umění/Art LIX, 2011, no. 5, pp. 439-42.