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Luxenberg, Alisa

Alisa Luxenberg is Professor Emerita of Art History at the University of Georgia, where she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European art for twenty-three years. She earned degrees at Duke University (BA), Boston University (MA), and the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU (PhD). She has published widely on French-Spanish artistic confrontation and exchange, including the monograph The Galerie Espagnole and the Museo Nacional 1835-1853 (2008). Other research areas are: Léon Bonnat; modes of realism; early photography; art and technology; and, most recently, freemasonry and the visual arts.

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