Geraldine A. JOHNSON

Dept. of History of Art, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 1PT, Angleterre *

University Lecturer in History of Art * University of Oxford * Histoire de l’art XIVe, XVe, XVIe, XVIIe siècles
Women, Art and Culture in Early Modern Europe, History of Sculpture (Late Medieval to Present), History of Photography, Historiography and Methodology of Art History

– (dir., avec Sara F. Matthews Grieco) Picturing Women in Renaissance and Baroque Italy, Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1997.

– « Book review of Lavinia Fontana by C. Murphy », Burlington Magazine, 145, 2003, p.862-863.
– « Beautiful Brides and Model Mothers : The Devotional and Talismanic Functions of Early Modern Marian Reliefs », in A. McClanan & K. Encarnacion (dir.), The Material Culture of Sex, Procreation and Marriage in Pre-Modern Europe, New York, St. Martin’s Press, 2002, p.135-161.
– « Family Values : Sculpture and the Family in 15th-Century Florence », in G. Ciappelli & P. Rubin (dir.), Art, Memory and Family in Early Renaissance Florence, Cambridge (U.K.), Cambridge UP, 2000, p.215-233.
– « Marie de Médicis : mariée, mère, méduse », in K. Wilson-Chevalier & E. Viennot (dir), Royaume de Fémynie, Pouvoirs, contraintes, espaces de liberté des femmes, de la Renaissance à la Fronde, Paris, H. Champion, 1999, p.103-120.
– (avec S.M. Grieco) « Women and the Visual Arts : Breaking Boundaries », in G. A. Johnson & S. M. Grieco (dir.), Picturing Women (1997), p.1-13.
– « Idol or Ideal ? The Power and Potency of Female Public Sculpture », in G. A. Johnson & S. M. Grieco (dir.), Picturing Women (1997), p.222-245.
– « Imagining Images of Powerful Women : Maria de’ Medici’s Patronage of Art and Architecture », in C. Lawrence (dir.), Women and Art in Early Modern Europe, University Park, Pennsylvania State UP, 1997, p.126-153.
– « Art or Artefact ? Madonna and Child Reliefs in the Early Renaissance », in S. Currie & P. Motture (dir.), The Sculpted Object, 1400-1700, Aldershot (U.K.), Scolar Press / Ashgate, 1997, p.1-24.
– « Pictures fit for a Queen : Peter Paul Rubens and the Marie de’ Medici Cycle », Art History, 16, 1993, p.447-469 [republié in N. Broude & M. Garrard (dir.), Reclaiming Female Âgency : Feminist Art History in the Postmodern Era, Berkeley, University of California Press (à paraître)].