Dr Philip McEvansoneya
Lecturer in the History of Painting
Aspects of the history of art in Ireland, Britain, France and the Netherlands with particular reference to the history of collections and the history of institutions.
Selected Recent Publications
- 'A “school of Irish letters”: Samuel Ferguson’s “fountain” series', Irish Studies Review, 29, (1), 2021, p31 - 50.
- 'The interest in Murillo in Ireland', in Isabelle Kent ed., Collecting Murillo in Britain and Ireland, Madrid: Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica, 2020, pp. 251-75.
- 'Whitley Stokes and the composition of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'In my father's close'', Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, 28, Fall 2019, pp. 11-5 [with Elizabeth Boyle].
- 'The published work of Margaret Stokes: part I, introduction and a new bibliography', Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 148, 2018, pp. 54-69.
My teaching areas are primarily in Irish, British, Dutch and French art of the sixteenth to the early twentieth centuries. My current senior sophister module is on the Irish and British art world in the long nineteenth century. I also run a module on museums and display. In addition I contribute to the introductory junior freshman modules, the module on Gender, history and culture, as well as to the MPhil courses Art+Ireland, and Public History.
Department of the History of Art and Architecture,,
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