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Egyptomania: 19th Century Depictions of Ancient Egypt
The Franco-Prussian War and Its Aftermath in French Art
Painting Pompeii: From Neoclassicism to the Néo-Grecs
The Spanish Orient and Henri Regnault (French, 1843–1871)
Women Artists Who Dared II: Jeanne Thil (French, 1887–1968) and Marie Hadad (Lebanese, 1889–1973)
Women Artists Who Dared I: Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822–1899) and Elizabeth Gardner Bouguereau (American, 1837–1922)
Peder Mork Mønsted’s (Danish, 1859–1941) Poetic Views of Nature
David Farmer was the Founding Director of the Dahesh Museum of Art in 1993, following more than thirty years of museum experience as curator and director. As an art historian, his particular interests are early Northern European and 19th-century academic art worldwide.
Stephen R. Edidin, B.A. University of Chicago; M.A. Williams College; M.Phil. CUNY Graduate Center; J.D. Cardozo School of Law, previously served at the Dahesh Museum of Art from 1996 to 2007 as Curator and Chief Curator. His interests include American and European academic art as well as early photography and cinema.
Alia Nour is an art historian with a Masters in Museum Studies from Seton Hall University N.J., a Masters in Art History from Rutgers University N.J., and, currently, she is a PhD candidate in Art History at Rutgers University, N.J. Her research focuses on the cultural interaction between France and Egypt, artistic production, and Egyptian national identity in late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Arik Bartelmus has been working as a registrar and fine art consultant for museums and galleries for more than 15 years. He has arranged loans and exhibitions on behalf of the Dahesh Museum for institutions worldwide.