Isabelle Gapp

Graduate Teaching Assistant

 

Isabelle is a PhD candidate at the University of York, working under the supervision of Jason Edwards. Her research looks at Scandinavian and North American landscape painting between 1890-1940, and situating the art of these nations within a broader Circumpolar methodology. Isabelle has presented work, both at home and abroad, on Nordic exhibition histories, the Scandinavian-American and Canadian artist communities, and representations of ice in Nordic and British, marine and landscape painting. Isabelle most recently completed an MA by Research at the University of York, where she wrote her dissertation on the art of the Swedish painter David Wallin; and previously completed her undergraduate degree in History of Art at the University of Aberdeen. 

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Isabelle Gapp
Graduate Teaching Assistant
History of Art