Andrea Bolland

Andrea Bolland

Andrea Bolland

Associate Professor of Art History (Italian Renaissance & Baroque Art)
PhD 1992 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MA 1986 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA 1982 University of Washington

Areas of Research
  • Italian renaissance art
  • Italian baroque art
  • Early modern literature on the arts

Selected publications:
  •  “Artifice and Stability in Late Mantegna,” forthcoming 2014 in Mantegna: Making Art History, ed. Stephen J. Campbell and Jerémie Koering, special issue of  Art History
  • “From the Workshop to the Academy: The Emergence of the Artist in Renaissance Florence.” In Renaissance Florence: A Social History, ed. Roger Crum and John T. Paoletti, pp. 454-78; 613-18. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006
  • Desiderio and Diletto: Vision, Touch and the Poetics of Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne,” The Art Bulletin 82 (June 2000): 309-330.
  • “Art and Humanism in Early Renaissance Padua: Petrarch, Vergerio and Cennini on Imitation,” Renaissance Quarterly 49 (1996): 469-87.