Dr. Dorothy Limouze named to Flint Professorship of Fine Arts
Dr. Dorothy Limouze has been appointed to the L.M. and G.L. Flint Professorship of Fine Arts. The professorship was established in 1967 by Benjamin Flint, Class of 1913, in memory of his parents, who were residents of Canton. This fund supports outstanding members of the art and art history department. A graduate of Goucher College, Limouze holds an M.F.A. and Ph.D. from Princeton University. She has published a number of articles on Flemish engraver Aegidius Sadeler, as well as northern and central European Renaissance and Baroque art.