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Speakers' Corner

Abstracts from the Speakers’ Corner held on Tuesday 1 June at the Sint-Jan Church, Gouda. If you wish to contact one of the speakers, please find their contact information by clicking on their names.

The Van de Velde Studio at the Queen’s House in Greenwich

Imogen Tedbury, Curator of Art (pre-1800), Royal Museums Greenwich

Imogen Tedbury is the Curator of Art (pre-1800) at the Queen’s House, Royal Museums Greenwich. She is curating the museum’s Van de Velde 350 exhibition with the support of a Paul Mellon Centre Curatorial Research Grant. Before coming to Greenwich, she was the Simon Sainsbury Curatorial Fellow for paintings before 1500 at the National Gallery. She has worked at Royal Holloway Picture Gallery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Courtauld Gallery. Imogen is the author of several articles on the reception of Sienese trecento and quattrocento painting, the subject of her doctorate from the Courtauld Institute of Art, and Modern Portraits for Modern Women (2020), a book about portraits of pioneers in women’s higher education. She is currently co-authoring a catalogue of the Norton Simon Museum’s earlier Italian paintings with Sir Nicholas Penny.
Imogen Tedbury has been a member of CODART since 2022.

Flemish Art Hidden Treasures

Marta Pérez de Guzmán, independent Flemish Art researcher, Canary Islands

Marta Pérez de Guzmán is an independent Flemish Art researcher. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Sevilla. Since 2018 she has been responsible for the inventory of Flemish Art from the 16th and 17th centuries in the Canary Islands.
Marta Pérez de Guzmán has been a member of CODART since 2021.

Appeal for Possible Sources for in Situ Dutch Enameled Glass in Oxford’s College Chapels

An Van Camp, Christopher Brown Curator of Northern European Art at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

An Van Camp is the Christopher Brown Curator of Northern European Art at the Ashmolean Museum at the University of Oxford and Dean of Degrees at St Cross College. She joined the Ashmolean in 2015 after having worked at The British Museum in London for ten years. Following her first job there as the Cataloguer of Dutch and Flemish Prints, she became the Curator of Dutch and Flemish Drawings and Prints in 2010. She co-curated Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns (National Gallery of Art, Washington DC and The British Museum, London, 2015) and Young Rembrandt (Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 2019-2020). She also curated the touring exhibition, Rembrandt in Print. She is a Member of the Editorial Board of Print Quarterly and Chair of the UK Print Curators’ Forum.
An Van Camp has been a member of CODART since 2010.

Exhibition Project on Female Artists from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century

Katrin Dyballa, Curator at the Bucerius Kunst Forum, Hamburg

Dr. Katrin Dyballa is curator at the Bucerius Kunst Forum in Hamburg since 2020. Previously, she worked at various museums, such as the Alte Nationalgalerie and Gemäldegalerie in Berlin and the Städel Museum in Frankfurt am Main, where she co-curated national and international exhibition projects. The focus of her research is Old German and Old Netherlandish art. She led the project “Old Netherlandish and French Painting (ca. 1390-1480) in the Collection of the Gemäldegalerie Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.”
Katrin Dyballa has been a member of CODART since 2013.