Professor Brouard will be teaching Masterpieces of French Art: 1800-1870.
Christophe (Ph D. in Art History from EPHE Paris (2010) with a thesis on the Birth of Landscape in Painting and Drawing in Venice, c. 1480-1540) is an expert in early modern Italian painting and graphic arts. His research is focused on Venetian and Paduan Renaissance and more specifically on the art of Domenico Campagnola, Titian, Giovanni Cariani. He has previously lectured at the Universities of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne, Bordeaux III-Montaigne, Grenoble II-Pierre Mendès France; worked for Musée d'Orsay (2006-11) and has been a fellow at Kupferstichkabinett-Berlin (2012), Fondazione Cini-Venice (2011), Villa Medici-Rome (2004), Dutch Institute for Art History-Florence (2005), ...
Christophe is regularly involved in international conferences (Renaissance Society of America Annual meetings for example) and study days (Cambridge, Lausanne, Paris, London, Venice). His publications include a co-edited book on Landscape Genre in Renaissance Venice (2012), a forthcoming book (adapted from thesis), articles for journals (Art Italies, Nuovi Studi, Venezia Cinquecento), proceedings or volumes (Droz, Ashgate), as well as entries for exhibition catalogues (Splendeur de Venise, 2005-2006; Arkadien, 2014) and dictionaries (Allgemeines Kunstler Lexikon). Frequent reviews and articles for peer-journals such La Tribune de l'Art or l'Objet d'Art-Estampille.
Professor Lesbaches will be teaching Masterpieces of French Art: 1870-to date.
Daniel Lesbaches is a genuine art gallery and therefore art market-professional with executive responsibilities at the Musée d’Art Contemporain in Lyon, in similar establishments in Berlin, and more recently at the Galerie du Jour Agnès B. in Paris. He has managed countless exhibitions, overseeing catalogue publishing and the complexities of promoting contemporary artists and their works. His teaching career reflects the experience of a practitioner and man in the field. He trains young prospects and career converts to enter the world of art marketing with knowledge of art as history and art as investment.
Emmanuelle Amiot Saulnier
Professor Saulnier will be teaching The Art Market in Paris
PhD Paris IV, Sorbonne, Specialist in 19th century French art.
Journalist at editions Faton, she regularly publishes articles in L’Estampille, l’Objet d’Art and Dossiers de l’art. Emmanuelle develops a constant research activity, since the publication of his doctoral thesis under the direction of Bruno Foucart, Religious Painting in France 1873-1879 (Price Orsay, NMR, 2007). She has published a book on Renoir Pastels, crayons, blood, watercolors, recently an exhibition catalog: Monet's garden,