Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Associate Curator of Prints
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Ph.D., Harvard University
M.A., Harvard University
B.A., Yale University
Elizabeth Rudy is responsible for the objects in the museums’ vast print collection, which spans the Renaissance to the contemporary era. Her research focuses on prints of the 18th and 19th centuries, with particular interests in etching, book illustration, and works by the artist Pierre-Paul Prud’hon.
“Neoclassicism to Early Romanticism (c. 1770–1820).” In Imaging text: French Drawings for Book Illustration from the Horvitz Collection, ed. Alvin L. Clark, Jr., 13–19. Cambridge, Mass.: Horvitz Collection, 2018.
“Reading Revolutionary Prints.” In Art in Print 7 (3) (September–October 2017): 35–36.
Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa, and Elizabeth Rudy, eds. Drawing: The Invention of a Modern Medium. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Art Museums, 2017.
“Researching the Wertheim Collection at the Harvard Art Museums.” In Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 10 (3) (Summer 2014): 301–6.
“Making a Classic Modern: Pierre Didot l’aîné’s Illustrated Œuvres de Jean Racine.” In Word & Image: A Journal of Verbal/Visual Enquiry 30 (2) (April–June 2014): 104–16.
“Didot, Pierre.” In The Virgil Encyclopedia, vol. I, ed. Jan Ziolkowski and Richard Thomas, 369–71. Chichester, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
“On the Market: Selling Etchings in 18th-Century France.” In Artists and Amateurs: Etching in 18th-Century France, ed. Perrin Stein, 40–67. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013.