Charlotte Denöel
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Chief Curator of Libraries at the Department of Manuscripts of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France Charlotte Denoël is an archivist and palaeographer, has a doctorate in art history, and is chief curator at the Department of Manuscripts of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, where she heads the medieval manuscripts department. She has recently held a fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton (2019-2020). At the Manuscript Department of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, she has been responsible for the research programme on Carolingian manuscripts, which is the first part of Europeana Regia (2010-2012), of the Equipex Biblissima (2013-2019) and of the programme "France-England, 700-1200: medieval manuscripts from the BnF and the British Library" funded by the Polonsky Foundation. Her research focuses on early medieval manuscripts and illumination, the history of medieval libraries, and the links between medieval and contemporary art. Charlotte Denoël teaches the history of illumination at the École Nationale des Chartes and has organised numerous continuing education courses on medieval manuscripts for this institution. She has also co-curated several exhibitions: "Trésors carolingiens. Livres manuscrits de Charlemagne à Charles le Chauve" (BnF, 2007), "Temps mérovingiens" (Musée de Cluny, 2016), "Reliures précieuses de la BnF au Louvre (Musée du Louvre, 2017-2018), "Make it New. Carte blanche à Jan Dibbets" (BnF, 2018) and "Romanesque masterpieces from Saint-Martial de Limoges" (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Limoges, 2019).

Nuova rivista - New journal
Rivista di Storia della Miniatura, 25
2021, pp. 220
ISBN: 9788891321992
€ 160,00
Rivista di Storia della Miniatura, 25
2021, pp. 220
ISBN: 9788891321992
€ 160,00