Geraldine Johnson, University of Oxford

History Lecturer Oxford, geraldine.johnson@hoa.ox.ac.uk

Bio/Research

Geraldine Johnson has published widely on the history of sculpture from the late medieval period to the present day, as well as on the visual arts more generally in Early Modern Europe. At present, she is completing a book entitled The Sound of Marble: The Sensory Reception of Art in Renaissance ...

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Bio/Research

Geraldine Johnson has published widely on the history of sculpture from the late medieval period to the present day, as well as on the visual arts more generally in Early Modern Europe. At present, she is completing a book entitled The Sound of Marble: The Sensory Reception of Art in Renaissance Italy, which will be published by Cambridge University Press. Future projects include De-Facing the Portrait: The Early Modern Body in Parts (with Professor Tatiana String), an historiographical study entitled Art History’s Images, and an edited volume entitled Crossing Continents: Expatriate Histories of Art.

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