The Department of Art

Patricia L. Reilly


Associate Provost and Associate Professor of Art History
Office: Beardsley 205
Telephone: 610-690-3730
Email:preilly1@swarthmore.edu

Education:

Ph.D., Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley
M.A., History of Art, Bryn Mawr College
B.A., History of Art, University of California, Santa Cruz

Areas of Specialization:

Italian Renaissance Art & Art Theory

The Paintings and Lives of Giorgio Vasari

The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci

Art Education and Academies


Courses:

ArtH 001E - First Year Seminar: Michelangelo and Renaissance Culture

ArtH 001M - First Year Seminar: Leonardo: Art, Science and Engineering
ArtH 001K - First Year Seminar: Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age
ArtH 002 - Western Art
ArtH 013 - The Art and Architecture of Ancient Greece and Rome
ArtH 020 - Major Workshop
ArtH 051 - The Art of Renaissance Florence and Environs
ArtH 016 - Caravaggio and the Baroque
ArtH 151 - Renaissance Rome (Honors Seminar)


Selected Publications and Works in Progress:

Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo in the Hands of Vasari [book ms.]

"Leonardo and the Invention of the Sketch" [in progress]


“Raphael’s Fire in the Borgo and the Italian Pictorial Vernacular" The Art Bulletin, v. XCII, December 2010, 308-325

"Artists' Training and Workshops", Cambridge Companion to the Italian Renaissance, ed. Michael Wyatt, Cambridge University Press [forthcoming, Fall 2012]

Co-Editor, with Roberta Olson and Rupert Shepherd, The Biography of the Object in late Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Blackwell Publishing, 2006. Also appeared as Renaissance Studies Special Issue, The Biography of the Object in late Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Blackwell, June 2006.

"Drawing the Line: Benvenuto Cellini's On the Principles and Method of Learning the Art of Drawing and the Question of Amateur Drawing Education," in Benvenuto Cellini, eds. Margaret A. Gallucci and Paolo L. Rossi, Cambridge University Press, 2004

"The Taming of the Blue: Writing Out Color in Italian Renaissance
Theory," in The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard, eds., HarperCollins, 1992, 86 - 99

"Writing Out Color in Renaissance Theory," Genders 12, Winter 1991, 77 - 99


Raphael, Fire in the Borgo


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