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Megan Holmes to give Kress Lecture on "New Perspectives on the Reception of Florentine Panel Painting: Interpreting Scratch Marks"
The lecture will explore an understudied feature of Florentine Renaissance panel paintings: evidence of the intentional scratching, with a sharp implement, of the pictorial figuration and imagery.
Eisenberg's publications, teaching, lectures, and distinguished service formed a legacy which continues to enrich the university and the field of art history.
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