FORA.tv Speaker - Scott Nethersole
Scott Nethersole read History of Art as a BA and MA student at The Courtauld, where he specialised in Florentine renaissance art. After four years working for the English furniture department at Sotheby's, he returned to The Courtauld to take his PhD, writing his thesis on 'The Representation of Violence in Fifteenth-century Florence'. While writing his doctorate he held the Michael Bromberg Fellowship in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. From 2008 to 2010, he was the Harry M Weinrebe Curatorial Assistant at the National Gallery, London, before returning to The Courtauld to take up the post of Lecturer in Italian Renaissance Art in September 2010. He curated the exhibition Devotion by Design: Italian Altarpieces before 1500 at the National Gallery in summer 2011.
05.01.13 | 00:52:43 min
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