Edith Riley-Peinado

Visual Resources Librarian and Instructor of Art History
Moudy North 225A

e.riley@tcu.edu | 817-257-7644

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BA, Art History and English , Stephen F. Austin State University, (1974)
MA, Art History, Fifteenth Century Florentine art, Southern Methodist University (1983)
Ph.D., Interdisciplinary program with a specialization in English art and literature, University of Texas at Dallas, (1992)

Courses Taught

Nineteenth Century Art: Neoclassical to Impressionism
Looking at Paintings, Renaissance to Modern
British Painting from Hogarth Through the Victorians
Highlights in Religious Art
Survey of British Art: Medieval to Modern
Survey of Art History,II
Introduction to Art History

Areas of Focus

Renaissance Art of Florence (fifteenth century), British Art of the Nineteenth Century, Nineteenth Century European Art, Religious Art and Christian Iconography

Edith Riley-Peinado is the Visual Resources Librarian and an instructor of art history. She holds a Master of Arts from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelor of Arts with a major in art history and English from Stephen F. Austin State University. She was a doctoral student at the University of Texas at Dallas with a specialization in images of women in nineteenth-century English art and literature. She directs the Visual Resources Library of more than 50,000 digital images related to the history of art. She managed the collection of slides and oversaw the transition from slides to digital images. She also teaches art history courses in British art and Introduction to Art History.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Dec., 1998: Images of the Madonna and Child

Jane Austen Society of North America, North Texas Region: June 14, 1998: Paintings in Jane Austen’s World

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Dallas, Tx., October 31, 1999: Artists in Search of the Spiritual: Religious Art in the Industrialized World

Good Shepherd Episcopal School, March, 2005: Art of the Renaissance

College Art Association: 1983-1988

Visual Resources Association: 1983-present

Visual Resources Association, Texas Chapter: 2005-2015

Committee for Libraries, Dallas Museum of Art, 1992-1998