July - August 2011
Andrea Rousová (Clark Mellon Curatorial Fellow) is curator at the National Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic. She specializes in Baroque Painting (Bohemian and Dutch) and her dissertation thesis was about genre painting in the Czech lands and should be published soon. As a curator she prepared two permanent exhibitions dealing with Baroque art and the artist’s workshop. She is also author and curator of exhibition projects, Dances and Festivities of the 16th – 18th Centuries and Petr Brandl: A Painter of Worldly Vices: Genre Paintings in the Works of the Baroque Master, both accompanied with catalogues. Her project at the Clark will focus on Movement in the European Painting of the 17th Century.