W&L Department of Art and Art History presents a Lecture by Stephen J. Campbell Through the generosity of The Pamela H. Simpson Endowment for Art

The Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce that Stephen Campbell, the Henry and Elizabeth Wiesenfeld Professor of Art History at Johns Hopkins University, will deliver the 2nd Annual Pamela H. Simpson Fund Lecture.  Dr. Campbell's lecture, entitled "Titian's Animals," will be presented at 5:30 pm on Monday, November 17 in the Stackhouse Theater of the Elrod Commons.  A reception will follow the lecture at 6:30 pm. No tickets are required.

Dr. Campbell is an internationally recognized scholar of Italian painting during the Renaissance period, and has written extensively on the art and culture of northern Italy for the last twenty years.  In addition to his scholarly writing, Dr. Campbell has curated exhibitions, contributed to films on Italian art, and written about the history of Ireland – his native home.  

W&L's Department of Art and Art History is honored to host Dr. Campbell, and we look forward to seeing all friends of the university and the department on Monday night.