Rousseau Curatorial Fellow in European Art
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Ph.D., University of Arizona
M.A., University of California, Riverside
B.A., University of California, Irvine
Jessie Park conducts research on European paintings in the museums’ collections, focusing on 16th- and 17th-century Netherlandish painting. She is particularly interested in the materials and production of painting, material culture, and global trade. Her object-based studies on 16th-century Flemish sculpture and tapestry (the topic of her dissertation) inform her research at the museums. She is currently assisting in the preparation of an exhibition on the color pink in 18th-century European art, under the supervision of curator A. Cassandra Albinson.
“The Enchantment of Woven Surfaces: The Seven Deadly Sins Tapestries and Habsburg Propaganda in Binche, 1549.” In Charles V, Prince Philip and the Politics of Succession: Imperial Festivities in Mons and Hainault, 1549, ed. Margaret Shewring, Margaret McGowan, Ronnie Mulryne, and Marie-Claude Canova-Green. London: Routledge. Forthcoming.