Professor of Art History/Technical Art History

Elizabeth Darrow


Elizabeth Darrow is an art conservator, scholar, and published author. Her writings have been issued in art history journals including Burlington Magazine. She was a guest scholar at the J. Paul Getty Research Institute, and has lectured and published in the journal of the the British Museum. Her discovery of a lost Renaissance altarpiece, Madonna & Child with Six Saints (1456) by Florentine Neri di Bicci has generated world-wide attention, and is the subject of an upcoming book on its mysterious provenance.

She has taught at Trinity University, Colorado University in Boulder, University of Washington, Montana State University, Harvard University, and the Renaissance Society of America, among other institutions. 


PhD, Art History
University of Washington

MA, Art History + Russian Studies
University of Washington