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Art historian

Alisa Lynn Luxenberg, American Art historian. Recipient Kress Summer travel award Boston University, Austin, Texas, 1984; Model/Gould fellow National Gallery Canada, 1995. Member College Art Association (co-chair session at annual conference 1995), Association Historians of 19th Century Art. F C.


Luxenberg, Alisa Lynn was born on June 23, 1960 in Cleveland. Daughter of Herbert and Marianna (Dunchack) Luxenberg.


Bachelor in Art History/French Literature, Duke University, 1982. Master of Arts in Art History, Boston University, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, New York University, 1991.


Gould Foundation fellow Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1991-1992. Visiting assistant professor Washington University, St. Louis, 1992-1993, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1993-1994, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1996, University Kentucky, Lexington, 1997-1999. Assistant professor art history University Georgia, Athens, 1999—2003, associate professor, since 2003.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor exhibition catalog Spain, Espagne, Spanien, 1993, exhibition catalog Painting in Spain in Age of Enlightenment, 1997, exhibition catalog Mehr Licht, 1999, exhibition catalog La Commune Photgraphiée, 2000, exhibition catalog Maestá di Ronia, 2003.


Member of Association Historians Spanish and Hispanic Art History Studies, Association Historians of 19th Century Art, College Art Association (co-chair session at annual conference 1995, chair 2003).


Herbert Luxenberg

Marianna (Dunchack) Luxenberg