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Isaac Nugent


Isaac Nugent

Isaac Nugent is an art historian, currently pursuing a PhD in Art History at the University of York. His AHRC funded PhD research examines how urban environments in northern Italy, Switzerland and southern Germany were reshaped through painted architecture between 1530-1630.
He also teaches A level art history for Art History Link-Up, an educational charity that provides free Art History courses for 6th form school students, and works as a gallery educator at the National Gallery, contributing to a programme of tours, talks and workshops for schools, young people and adults.

He holds an MA in Cultural Intellectual and Visual History from The Warburg Institute (2021-22) and an MA in Fine Art (Art and History of Art) from the University of Edinburgh (2010-15.)

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