Eliding Sculpture and Plane in German Renaissance Art
2016 - 2017 (September-December)
Ruth Ezra is a doctoral candidate in history of art and architecture at Harvard University. Upon completion of her BA at Williams College, she studied in the UK on a Marshall Scholarship, earning an MPhil in history and philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge and an MA in history of art from the Courtauld Institute. In 2014, she held the Michael Bromberg Fellowship in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum. The focus of her dissertation is relief sculpture in pre-Reformation Germany. While at I Tatti, she will read texts on the history and theory of relief both north and south of the Alps.