Name Matthew H. Fisk
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Degree PhD in History of Art & Architecture
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2013
Professional Affiliation
Research/Current Projects Interests: American & British Print Culture (1600-1900), Modern-Contemporary Art, History of Collecting, American Fine Art Presses Current Scholarship: -- Book: "Paradox of Vision: Art, Risk, and the Rise and Fall of Colonel John Trumbull (1756-1843)" -- Article: “Peale’s Mastodon as a Radical Work of Art, 1783-1827” (in revision) -- Article: “The 'Portrait of John Trumbull in Prison': Transatlantic Print-Culture and the Power of Persuasion” (in progress) -- Article: “The Art of the Transaction: History Painting in an Age of Paper” (in progress) Print-specific projects also underway, but without a designated final textual form include: -- John Ruskin and Francesca Alexander's Illustrations to "Roadside Songs in Tuscany" -- A Tempestuous Letter from Valentine Green to Sir Joshua Reynolds in the Royal Academy of Art Archives
Time Period Interests 18th Century, 19th Century, 20th Century, Contemporary
Area Interests North America, Western Europe
Media Interests Book arts, Engraving, Etching, Lithography, Monoprinting