General art history teacher

Martin François-René Martin studied political science at the Institut d'études politiques de Strasbourg and art history and archaeology at the Université Marc-Bloch in Strasbourg. His doctorate in political science and art history focused on Grünewald and his critics (16th - 21st centuries), under the supervision of Roland Recht.

Recently appointed Director of Research at the German Center for Art History in Paris, he is also a visiting scholar at the Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Clark Institute in Williamstown. Professor of general art history at the Beaux-Arts de Paris, he is also research coordinator at the École du Louvre. He works on artistic myths, historiography and Ingres and Raphael.

Photo credit: Hugo Aymar




Depuis 2007 :
Histoire générale de l’art