Historian of North American Art, born and educated in France. I am a graduate of Sciences Po Paris (2017) and the Ecole du Louvre (2018), where I earned degrees in history and museum studies.
I graduated from the University of Delaware in 2022 with a Ph.D. degree in Art History. My dissertation, “The Transatlantic American Landscape: Episodes in an Aesthetic and Material History (1810-1860)“, examined how the idea of a distinct American Landscape and its corresponding visuals were largely constructed through cross-cultural circulations and aesthetics, and supported by a diversity of media (painting, print, or wallpaper).
Since January 2022, I have been the Richard & Mary Holland Assistant Curator of American Western Art at Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha (NE), where I am spearheading a reinstallation of the American Wing.
My transatlantic research focuses on nineteenth-century artistic exchange, landscape representation, environmental and racial issues, as well as on the construction of cultural discourses through the pictorial arts. My scholarship covers a vast geography and tackles American Art in a multilingual manner.