Tom Nichols

Tom Nichols teaches Art History at the University of Glasgow. He has a special interest in the intersections of art and social identity, both in Venetian Renaissance art and with wider reference to the depiction of social outcasts and marginals in the pre-modern centuries. His books include Giorgione’s Ambiguity (2020); Renaissance Art in Venice: From Tradition to Individualism (2016); Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance (2013); Tintoretto: Tradition and Identity (1999, 20152) and The Art of Poverty: Irony and Ideal in Sixteenth-Century Beggar Imagery (2007). He is currently working on a new book focusing on visual images of peasants across four centuries of European art.

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