AH331 - XVIth and XVIIth century Art and Papal Patronage

Prof. Irene Baldriga

  Instructor's Profile

Irene Baldriga is art history Ph.D.; she graduated from Rome’s University “La Sapienza” and was awarded with several fellowships from Italian and foreign cultural institutions. She has a wide experience in teaching art history and regularly participates to international academic projects. She has published extensively in Italian and English on art history topics from medieval to contemporary times and participated to the organization of several exhibitions. She recently published a book for the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Her favourite field of research is Renaissance and Baroque art, the history of collecting and patronage and the relation art-science in early modern Europe.

In 2004 she was awarded  IES best instructor of the year.

   See also her other IES courses:

"Italian Modern Art and Architecture" (Spring)

"Late Antique and Early Christian Art in the Mediterranean World" (Fall)

 "Rome as a Living Museum" (Fall) with  Prof. Pier Paolo Racioppi.