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curator , educator , art historian

Martine Henriëtte Westermann, Dutch art historian, educator, curator. Robert Lehman fellow Institute Fine Arts, New York University, 1989-1992, David E. Finley fellow Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery Art, Washington, 1992-1995, board trustees fellow Rutgers University, 2000, Clark fellow Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 2001; summer grantee American Philosophical Society, 1998.

Background

Westermann, Martine Henriëtte was born on March 6, 1962 in Brielle, The Netherlands. Daughter of Martinus Dirk and Anna Maria (De Boer) Westermann.

Education

Bachelor in History magna cum laude, Williams College, 1984. Master of Arts in Art History, New York University, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, New York University, 1997.

Career

Associate professor Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, since 1995. Guest curator Denver Art Museum, since 1997, Newark Museum, since 1998.

Works

Membership

Associate class agent Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, since 1997. Board directors St. Paul's Day School, Westfield, New Jersey, since 2000. Member College Art Association, Historians Netherlandish Art (board member since 1998), Chevy Chase Club (Bethesda, Maryland).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Astronomy, hiking, photography, choral singing.

Connections

Married Charles Harmon Pardoe, September 27, 1986. Children: Anna Martine, Lucelle Caroline, Harmon Edward, William Frederick.

father:
Martinus Dirk Westermann

mother:
Anna Maria (De Boer) Westermann

spouse:
Charles Harmon Pardoe

children:
Anna Martine Westermann

Lucelle Caroline Westermann

Harmon Edward Westermann

William Frederick Westermann