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CURRICULUM VITAE STEPHANIE S. DICKEY, PhD Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art Professor of Art History Queen’s University Department of Art (Art History & Art Conservation) Ontario Hall, 67 University Ave. Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada Tel. 613-533-6000, ext. 78774 Fax 613-533-6891 E-mail: [email protected] EDUCATION Smith College, A.B. 1975, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, M.A. 1981, PhD 1994 ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. 7/1/06-present. Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art 2006-present. Professor of Art History 2015-present. Associate Professor 2006-15. Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Associate Professor of Art History, 2001-2006; Assistant Professor, 1995-2001 Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, Adjunct Instructor, Dept. of Fine Arts, 1991-93 PUBLICATIONS Books: Individual Author Rembrandt Face to Face. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2006 Rembrandt: Portraits in Print. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2004. Selected an ALA Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2004. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn. The Illustrated Bartsch, Vol. 50 (Supplement). New York: Abaris Books, 1993 Books and Journals: Editor Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art 5:2 (Summer 2013). Special Issue in Honor of Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann. Jacquelyn Coutré, Stephanie Dickey and Nadine Orenstein, eds. Open access at www.jhna.org Aemulatio: Emulation, Imitation, and Invention in Netherlandish Art. Essays in Honor of Eric Jan Sluijter. Anton Boschloo, Jacquelyn Coutre, Stephanie Dickey, and Nicolette Sluijter, eds. Amsterdam: Waanders, 2011. The Passions in the Arts of the Early Modern Netherlands, Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, Vol. 60. Stephanie S. Dickey and Herman Roodenburg, eds., Amsterdam: Waanders, 2010. Books and Exhibition Catalogues: Contributing Author "Contentione perfectus: Rembrandt and Annibale Carracci," chapter in Rethinking Renaissance Drawings: Essays in Honor of David McTavish, edited by Una D'Elia (Montreal: Queen's/McGill Press, forthcoming 2015). In press.
"Rembrandt and his Circle," chapter in Ashgate Research Companion to Dutch Art, edited by Wayne Franits (Aldershot: Ashgate, forthcoming 2015). In press. "The Art of Connoisseurship," essay, and "Edwaert Collier," catalogue entry, in Carol Podedworny, ed., The Unvarnished Truth, exhibition catalogue, McMaster University Museum of Art (forthcoming 2015). In press. "Rembrandt's Little Swimmers in Context," in Dawn Odell, ed., A Midwest Arcadia: Essays in Honor of Alison Kettering, Northfield, MN: Carleton College, July 2014. Open access online at: https://apps.carleton.edu/kettering/ "Strategies of Self-Portraiture from Hans von Aachen to Rembrandt," in Lubomír Konecny and Stepán Vácha, eds., Hans von Aachen in Context. Proceedings of the International Conference Prague 22-25 September 2010, Prague: Artefactum, 2012, pp. 72-81 "Saskia as Glycera: Rembrandt's Emulation of an Antique Prototype," in: Anton Boschloo, et al., eds.,Aemulatio: Emulation, Imitation, and Invention in Netherlandish Art, Amsterdam: Waanders, 2011 “Introduction: Motions of the Mind”, co-author with Herman Roodenburg, in: Stephanie S. Dickey and Herman Roodenburg, eds., The Passions in the Arts of the Early Modern Netherlands: Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 60 (2010) “Rembrandt: Faith in Adversity,” in John Wilson, ed., Rembrandt’s Recession. Passion and Prints in the Golden Age, exhibition catalogue, San Diego, Timken Museum of Art, 2010, pp. 19-39 “Jan Lievens and Printmaking” and 26 catalogue entries in Arthur Wheelock, ed., Jan Lievens 1607-1674: A Dutch Master Rediscovered, exhibition catalogue, Washington, National Gallery of Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, and Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, 2008, pp. 54-67, 188-225 "Thoughts on the Market for Rembrandt's Portrait Etchings," in Amy Golahny, Mia Mochizuki and Lisa Vergara, eds., The Artist in his Milieu: Essays in Memory of John Michael Montias, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2007. "Inscriptions and the Reception of Rembrandt's Etchings," in Michiel Roscam Abbing, ed., Essays about Rembrandt, Leiden: Foleor Publishers, 2006. “Rembrandt and Saskia: Art, Commerce and the Poetics of Portraiture,” in Alan Chong and Michael Zell, eds., Rethinking Rembrandt, Zwolle: Waanders Publishers 2002, pp. 17-47, 208-217. “Van Dyck in Holland: The Iconography and its Impact on Rembrandt and Lievens,” in Hans Vlieghe, ed., Van Dyck 1599-1999, Conjectures and Refutations, Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols 2001, pp. 289-303. Rembrandt the Printmaker, CD-ROM (catalogue of all states of Rembrandt’s etchings), Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2000. Contributing author and consultant. Sheila D. Muller, ed. Dutch Art: An Encyclopedia, New York/London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1997. Entries on Govaert Flinck (p. 140), Jan Lievens (pp. 223-224), Rembrandt van Rijn (pp. 322-325), Rembrandt School (pp. 320-322), Self-portraiture (pp. 351-353), Bartholomeus van der Helst (pp. 410-411). Hubert von Sonnenburg, Walter Liedtke, Carolyn Logan, Nadine Orenstein and Stephanie Dickey, Rembrandt/Not Rembrandt in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Exhibition catalogue, 2 vols. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art and Abrams, 1995. Catalogue entries on prints. E. Haverkamp-Begemann and Stephanie S. Dickey, “The Iconography,” pp. 28-31; Stephanie S. Dickey, “Catalogue of Prints from the Iconography,”pp. 150-156, in Christopher Brown, ed., Van Dyck 1599-1641, exhibition catalogue, Yokohama: Art Life Ltd., 1990. Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Introduction by Susan D. Kuretsky. Exhibition catalogue, Hamilton, N.Y.: Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University, 1983. Catalogue entries.
Journal Articles (peer reviewed) "Begging for attention: the artful context of Rembrandt's etching Beggar Seated on a Bank," Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art 5:2 (Summer 2013). Open access on-line at www.jhna.org “Damsels in distress: gender and emotion in seventeenth-century Netherlandish art,” Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 60 (2010), pp. 52-81. “Jan Lievens in Rembrandt’s House,” Kroniek van het Rembrandthuis 2008 (published 12/2009), pp. 36-53 “Rethinking Rembrandt’s Renaissance,” Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies, Vol. 21 (special issue: Around and About Rembrandt), 2007, pp. 1-22 “Mennonite martyrdom in Amsterdam and the art of Rembrandt and his contemporaries,” in Publications of the American Association for Netherlandic Studies, No. 9 (1996), W.Z. Shetter and I. van der Cruysse, eds., Contemporary Explorations in the Culture of the Low Countries, pp. 81-103. (Revised Dutch translation published in Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 21 .) “Met een wenende ziel ... doch droge ogen” [“With dry eyes and a weeping soul”]: Women holding handkerchiefs in seventeenth-century Dutch portraits,” Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, Vol. 46 (1995), R. Falkenburg, et al., eds., Image and SelfImage in Netherlandish Art, 1550-1750, pp. 332-367. “Bartholomeus van der Helst and Admiral Cortenaer: Realism and Idealism in Dutch Heroic Portraiture,” Leids Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek: Nederlandse Portretten. Bijdragen over de Portretkunst in de Nederlanden uit de Zestiende, Zeventiende en Achttiende Eeuw], Vol. 8 (1989), pp. 227-246. “‘Judicious Negligence’: Rembrandt transforms an emblematic convention,” Art Bulletin, Vol. 68 (June 1986), pp. 253-262. “The Passions and Raphael’s Cartoons in 18th-Century British Art,” Marsyas 22 (1983-85), pp. 33-46. Reviews (selected) Jaco Rutgers and Mieke Rijnders, eds., Rembrandt in perspectief: De veranderende visie op de meester en zijn werk (Zwolle: Waanders/Amsterdam: Open Universiteit 2014), HNA Review of Books, Fall 2014 (on-line at www.hnanews.org) Rudolf Dekker, Family, Culture and Society in the Diary of Constantijn Huygens, Jr., Secretary to Stadholder-King William of Orange (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2013), HNA Review of Books, Spring 2014 (on-line at www.hnanews.org) Richard Spear, Philip Sohm, et al., Painting for Profit (New Haven/London 2010), Sixteenth Century Journal 43:1 (2012), pp. 308-309 Shelley Perlove and Larry Silver, Rembrandt’s Faith (University Park 2009), CAAReviews, posted March 17, 2010 “Reflections on the Rembrandt Year,” CAAReviews, posted July 2007 "Rembrandt at 400," Smithsonian 37:9 (2006), pp. 72-78, 80-81. Catherine Scallen, Rembrandt, Reputation and the Practice of Connoisseurship (Cambridge 2004), Sixteenth Century Journal 37:2 (Summer 2006), pp. 613-615. Arthur Wheelock, et al., Rembrandt's Late Religious Portraits, Washington, National Gallery of Art / Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2005, CAA Reviews, posted Nov. 2005. Christopher White and Quentin Buvelot, eds., Rembrandt by Himself, New Haven/London: Yale University Press, 1999, Art Bulletin, Vol. 82 (2000), pp. 366-369. Various reviews for Historians of Netherlandish Art Review of Books; Antiques Magazine; Sixteenth Century Journal; Kunstform, etc.
PRESENTATIONS (2000-present) Conferences and Conference Sessions Organized Rembrandt and Religion: Jews, Christians, and the Bible in the Art of Rembrandt and his Circle. Queen's University, Oct. 29-30, 2014. Symposium co-organizer and moderator. "Art about Artists in the Early Modern Netherlands", session organizer and chair, double session (6 papers), Sixteenth Century Society Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, Oct. 16-19, 2014 Historians of Netherlandish Art and American Association of Netherlandic Studies International Interdisciplinary Conference, Boston University, June 5-7, 2014. Program committee. "Portraits and Politics in Early Modern Northern Europe." Session organizer and moderator. "New Directions in Research on the Early Modern Netherlands." Organizer and moderator, Historians of Netherlandish Art Roundtable, Sixteenth Century Society Annual Conference, San Juan, PR, October 24, 2013 Rembrandt and his Circle. Program chair and co-organizer, international conferences, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, Queen's University, June 27-29, 2009; July 21-24, 2011; and July 18-21, 2013 "Words about Images in Early Modern Europe." Organizer, session series (18 papers), Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference, Montreal, March 24-26, 2011 “Northern Artists in Italy.” Co-organizer, with Amy Golahny, session series (15 papers), Renaissance Society of America annual conference, Venice, April 8-10, 2010 Motions of the Mind: Representing the Passions in the Arts of the Early Modern Netherlands. conference co-organizer and moderator, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, November 17-18, 2006 "Printmaking in Northern Europe 1450-1700: Medium, Market, and Message.' session organizer and chair, Historians of Netherlandish Art International Conference, Baltimore, MD, November 8-12, 2006 Conference Papers (refereed, 2000-present) "Rembrandt on the Market: A Case Study in the Value of Attribution," paper presented at Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, Oct. 25, 2014 "Contentione perfectus: Drawing in the Studios of Rembrandt and Annibale Carracci," Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference, New York, March 27-29, 2014 "Disgust and Desire: Responses to Rembrandt's Nudes," College Art Association annual conference, Chicago, IL, February 13, 2014 "Jan Luyken and The Martyrs Mirror," Sixteenth Century Studies Annual Conference, San Juan, PR, October 26, 2013 "Rembrandt, Daulby, and Wilson: The Role of British Amateurs in the Connoisseurship of Prints," in session The Knowing Gaze, Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, Reading, UK, April 13, 2013 "Callot's Death", Sixteenth Century Society Conference, Cincinnati, OH, Oct. 25-28, 2012 "Publication, Inscription, and the Transformation of Meaning." Research Forum, "The Printed Image within a Culture of Print", Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, April 9, 2011 "What's in a Name? Shifting Identities in Prints after Rembrandt, " Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference, Montreal, March 24-26, 2011 “Strategies of Self-Portraiture from Hans von Aachen to Rembrandt." Symposium Hans von Aachen and New Research in the Transfer of Artistic Ideas into Central Europe, Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, September 24, 2010 “Rethinking Rembrandt’s Etchings,” College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, February 27, 2009
“Rembrandt and Saskia as Pausias and Glycera: Artistic Identity in the Female Gaze,” Renaissance Society of America, Chicago, IL, April 3-5, 2008 “Rembrandt’s Mennonite Legacy: Jan Luyken, The Martyrs Mirror, and Religious Narrative,” conference Faith and Fantasy in the Early Modern World, Center for Reformation and Renaisssance Studies, University of Toronto, October 19-20, 2007 “Sexuality, Self-Portraiture, and the Artist’s Biography from Van Mander to Houbraken,” Renaissance Society of America, Miama, FL, March 22-24, 2007 "Inscribing Identity: Two New Inscriptions on Portrait Etchings by Rembrandt," Sixteenth Century Society, Toronto, Oct. 28-31, 2004 "The Unspeaking Likeness: Silence and Interiority in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraiture," College Art Association Annual Meeting, New York, February 19-23, 2003 “Damsels in Distress: Gender and Emotion in 17th-Century Dutch Narrative Painting,” College Art Association Annual Meeting, New York, February 25, 2000 Invited Lectures and Other Presentations (2000-present) "Material Emotions: Studying and Teaching The Art of Rembrandt and his Contemporaries," University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Conference of Matariki Network of Universities. December 7-9, 2014 "Jan Luyken's Illustrations for The Martyrs Mirror." Paper presented at conference "Die Wahrheit Ist Untödlich: Märtyrerbucher und ihre Bedeutung für konfessionelle Identität und Spiritualität in der Frühen Neuzeit" ("The Truth is Eternal": Martyrologies and their Meaning for Confessional and Spiritual Identity in the Early Modern Era), Johannes a Lasco Library, Emden (Germany), July 25-27, 2014 "Drawn to Darkness: Rembrandt and the Quest for Printed Tone," invited presentation for Friends of the Print Room, National Gallery of Canada, Ontario, April 2, 2014 "Hals, Rembrandt, Rubens: Portraits in Print." Symposium New Light on Frans Hals, Haarlem, NL, Frans Hals Museum, April 8, 2013 "Passions and Portraits: Thoughts on Rembrandt, Van Dyck, and the History of Taste." Invited lecture, University of Pittsburgh, March 28, 2013 "Rembrandt's Portraits: Picturing Personality in the Dutch Golden Age." Public lecture, Power Institute, University of Sydney (Australia), Sept. 17, 2012 "The Gift of Tears: Gender and Emotion in the Art of Rembrandt and his Contemporaries." Invited lecture, University of Melbourne (Australia), August 29, 2012 Languages of Emotion. Respondent and workshop participant, Australian Research Council Centre for the History of Emotions, University of Western Australia, Perth, August 24-25, 2012 “The Genius of an Old Master: Rembrandt in Middle Age.” Public lecture, University of San Diego, February 9, 2010 “Rembrandt’s Intriguing Faces.” Public lecture, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, May 2, 2008 “Breaking Away: How Rembrandt Became an Original Artist.” Public lecture, Art Institute of Chicago, July 20, 2006 "Rembrandt's Portrait Etchings on the Market." Invited paper, symposium, Celebrating Rembrandt, Dartmouth College (NH), April 22, 2006 "Portraits and Personalities." Public lecture in series The Dutch Interior, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, January 16, 2005. "Sprezzatura for Sale: Rethinking Rembrandt's Renaissance." Public lecture, Syracuse University, November 18, 2004. "Seeing the Self: Rembrandt and the Limits of Visual Biography." Invited lecture, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Ohio State University, May 2, 2003
CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE Rembrandt's Circle: Making History, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, 2014. Guest curator. Exhibition organized in collaboration with David DeWitt and students at Queen's University. Jan Lievens 1607-1674: A Dutch Master Rediscovered, Washington, National Gallery of Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, and Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, 2008. Guest curator for prints. Rembrandt/Not Rembrandt in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1995. Catalogue co-author. Van Dyck 1599-1641, Yokohama: Art Life Ltd., 1990. Catalogue co-author. Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hamilton, N.Y.: Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University, 1983. Catalogue co-author. HONORS, GRANTS, AWARDS (selected) Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Conference grant for Crossing Boundaries, Historians of Netherlandish Art International Conference 2010 Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Conference grants for Rembrandt and his Circle, Queen's University Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK, international conferences 2013 and 2009 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Standard Research Grant 20102014 for Rembrandt’s Etchings: A History of Reception and Response (in progress) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Conference grant for Representing the Passions, Queen's University, November 2007 Indiana University Arts and Humanities Research Grant, June-December 2002 Herron School of Art IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award 2000, 2003 Metropolitan Museum of Art, Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship 1984-85 (European Paintings), Chester Dale Fellowship 1983-84 (European Paintings) and 1994-95 (Drawings and Prints) PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS and SERVICE Historians of Netherlandish Art, Past President 2012-16; President, 2008-2012; Vice-President, 2004-2008; Board of Directors 1996-present Field editor (Dutch), HNA Review of Books, 2003-2008 Editorial Board, Oculi series, John Benjamin Publishing Co., 2014-present External Advisor to the Acquisitions Committee, National Gallery of Canada, June 2015-present The Kingston Prize (national competition for Canadian portraiture), Juror, 2013 and 2015 College Art Association, member since 1985; International Committee, 2008-12 American Association of Netherlandic Studies, Editorial Board, 1999-2003 Memberships: Renaissance Society of America, Universities Art Association of Canada; Sixteenth Century Society; Association of Art Historians Consultation and peer review (selected): Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program, College Art Association, Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam University Press, Cambridge University Press, Harvey Miller Publishers, National Endowment for the Humanities (US), Colorado College, Washington University (St. Louis), University of Haifa (Israel), University of Toronto Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Royal Netherlands Historical Society, Getty Foundation