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Sarah Schroth, Adjunct Associate Professor, Art & Art History, and Nancy Hanks Senior Curator, Nasher Museum of Art

Sarah Schroth
Contact Info:
Office Location:  Art Museum
Office Phone:  +1 919 684 8422, +1 919 684 5135
Email Address: send me a message
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Ph.D.New York University1990

Spanish Baroque Art
Research Interests:

Current projects: organizing exhibition with Boston Museum of Fine Arts on art from the period of Philip III 1598-1621.

Sarah Schroth received her Ph.D. from The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She is a specialist in Spanish art of the seventeenth century and is currently organizing an international loan exhibition of art from the Court of Philip III for Duke. She has curated numerous shows ranging from contemporary art to Indian miniature paintings. Her teaching interests are patronage studies in the field of Spanish art, and Museum Studies with an emphasis on connoisseurship and conservation. Among her publications is El Greco to Velazquez:Art at the Court of Philip III.forthcoming 2008

Areas of Interest:

Spanish art 16th-20th century
Contemporary art
Sapnish history 16th-17th centuries


Europe • Spain • Philip III • Spanish art • Curatorial practices

Recent Publications

  1. Schroth, S, The Burial of Count Orgaz, Studies in the History of Art (1986), ISSN 0091-7338