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Timothy Standring

July - August 2007

Timothy Standring is deputy director of collections and programs at the Denver Art Museum and has published many articles on Poussin and his patrons, Cassiano dal Pozzo and Camillo Massimo; on popular picturesque watercolor painting in England; and more recently on a contemporary Italian painter, Marzio Tamer. He has also contributed much to the understanding of the art of the Genoese artist Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, who will be the focus of his attention at the Clark. Situating Castiglione as an "outsider" artist during the middle third of the seventeenth century in Italy is the underlying theme that animates Standring’s project, which will result in a monograph and catalogue raisonné on the artist.

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