Jessica Fripp

Assistant Professor of Art History
Art
Moudy North 223

j.fripp@tcu.edu | 817-257-6820

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Education

BA, University of California, San Diego
MA, Williams College
Ph.D., University of Michigan

Courses Taught

Introduction to Art History
19th/20th c. Art
Modern Art I
Modern Art II
Eighteenth-century French Visual Culture
Fashion and Identity in the Eighteenth Century
Methods and Issues in Art History

Areas of Focus

Art and visual culture of the eighteenth century, fashion, portraiture, artists' social networks

Edited Volumes Artistes, savants et amateurs : art et sociabilité au XVIIIe siècle (1715-1815) with Amandine Gorse, Nathalie Manceau, and Nina Struckmeyer (Éditions Mare et Martin, 2016) Book Chapters “Friendship at the Salon,” in Artistes, savants et amateurs : art et sociabilité au XVIIIe siècle (1715-1815), ed. Jessica Fripp, Amandine Gorse, Nathalie Manceau, and Nina Struckmeyer (Éditions Mare et Martin, 2016)

“Growing Old in Public in Eighteenth-Century France: Marie-Thérèse Geoffrin and Marie Leszczinska,” in Making Ideas Visible in the Eighteenth Century: Essays in Art History from the XVth David Nichol Smith Seminar, ed. Jennifer Milam and Nicola Parsons (University of Delaware Press)

“Caricature and Camaraderie at the French Academy in Rome, 1771-1775”

Satirical Images: Between Sociability, Animosity, and Entertainment, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2016

“Forming Friendships in the Eighteenth Century: Studying Abroad at the French Academy in Rome,” Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, October 2015

“Femmes au-delà des règles: Growing Old in Public in Eighteenth-Century France,” David Nichol Smith Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Studies XV, University of Sydney, Australia, December 2014

“Caricature and Rebellion in Rome in the Eighteenth Century,” Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, April 2014

“Facing Age and Aging Faces: Marie-Thérèse Geoffrin and her Pendule,” Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture New Scholars Open Session: The Eighteenth Century, Global and Local, College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, February 2014

“Un portrait hors commerce? Maurice Quentin de la Tour, Adélaïde Labille-Guiard et le portrait d’amitié au XVIIIe siècle,” L’art du portrait en France de 1760 à 1840 : stratégies commerciales et modèles économiques, Université de Lyon 2, October 2012

“Fashioning the Friendly Artist,” Midwest Society Art History Society Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH

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