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Dr. Camilla Pietrabissa

Panofsky Fellowship, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Mai bis August 2021

Gruppe/n: Ehem. Fellows


  • Postdoctoral fellowship (Assegno di ricerca) in the history of art and architecture, Università IUAV di Venezia. Project: "Drawing albums and the history of the Venetian veduta: between material study and historiography"
  • Associate lecturer in the history of early modern art, Università L. Bocconi, Milan
  • 2019 | Reserch Fellowship, Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura, Turin. Project: "Drawing urban nature. Images of the Parisian environs in the early eighteenth century"
  • 2013–19 | PhD, History of art, The Courtauld Institute of Art. Thesis: "From perspective to place. The landscape tableau in Paris, c.1680-1750" (supervisor: Katie Scott)
  • 2017-18 | Pre-doctoral fellowship, Deutsches Forum fur Kunstgeschichte, Paris. Annual theme: "L’art de l’Ancien Régime. Sortir du rang"
  • 2013–16 | Print Room Assistant, The Courtauld Gallery
  • 2013 | Print Room Assistant, DAG, Musée du Louvre
  • 2012-13 | MA, History of Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art (Winner of Dissertation Prize) Eighteenth-century drawing in France and England. Dissertation: "Au fond de l’atelier: Oudry’s landscape album of 1714"


  • "Disegni di natura urbana. L’immagine dei dintorni di Parigi nel primo Settecento", Torino, 2021, 280 pp. (forthcoming)
  • "Collecting landscape drawings in eighteenth-century Paris: delectare and docere", in Collectionner: acteurs, lieux et valeur(s) (1750 – 1815), Éditions du GRHAM (forthcoming 2021)
  • "Learning to see. Optics and landscape drawing at the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture around 1700", in Sortir du Rang. L’art de l’Ancien Régime en France, edited by Sophie Raux et Marlen Schneider, Passagen / Centre Allemand d’Histoire de l’Art (forthcoming 2021)
  • "The eternal event. Urban void and image temporality from the Renaissance to 2020", Visual Culture Studies, edited by Tarcisio Lancioni and Federica Villa (forthcoming 2021)
  • "Cutting down the interpretation of drawings. The case of Watteau", in Engramma 180 (2021): Borders cuts images, edited by Linda Bertelli and Maria Luisa Catoni 
  • "Paysages savants: les environs de Paris dans les arts graphiques et les guides imprimés", in Dix-huitième siècle n° 50 (2018): Les lieux de l’art, edited by Fabrice Moulin, Elise Pavy-Guilbert and Pierre Wachenheim, p. 57–70
  • "A challenge to the Baroque: Rome Paris Turin 1680-1750", The Burlington Magazine 162 (2020), p. 802-804
  • "Le paysage, entre art et nature, dir. Yolaine Escande et Jean-Noël Bret", Revue de l’Art 200 (2018), p. 72