The Race Track, c. 1891Young Woman with Peonies, 1870The Cotters Saturday Night, c. 1815The Letter, 1890-1891The Public in the Salon of the Louvre, Viewing the Painting of the Large Fish Bowl, mid 19th centuryLa Pensée, 1877/1891 marbleOak Tree, mid 1840s salted paper print from a paper negativeRipening Pears, c. 1884/1885 oil on canvas

CAA 2017

2017 College Art Association Conference in New York City (Hilton Hotel)
February 15–18, 2017

AHNCA will offer the following events, in chronological order:

AHNCA’s Off-Site Visit to the New-York Historical Society

Wednesday morning, February 15, 11.00 am – 12.30 pm: Curator Marilyn S. Kushner will welcome her fellow AHNCA members to examine and enjoy an array of 19th-century works on paper in a private viewing room at the Historical Society.  The Society is easy to reach from the CAA conference hotel (the New York Hilton) on one subway train; the journey takes approximately 15 minutes in total and costs less than $6 roundtrip.  Directions and logistical details will be provided as soon as your (free) registration is received via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Attendance is limited to 20 individuals, so please register soon.

Getting Started with Publishing Digital Art History
Wednesday, February 15, 3.30–5.00 pm
Leaders: Emily Pugh, Getty Research Institute and Kress Foundation; Elizabeth Buhe, New York University; and Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Seton Hall University

Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Long Nineteenth Century
Thursday, February 16, 3.30–5.00 pm
Chair: Ruth E. Iskin, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Speakers: Petra t
en-Deosschate Chu, Susannah Blair, Caroline “Olivia” Wolf, Natalie Pellolio, Elad Yaron

AHNCA’s Annual Business Meeting
Thursday, February 16, 5.307.00 pm, in the Hilton Hotel