is a Senior Lecturer in British Studies at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle–Paris 3 (France). Her PhD researched how neither moral nor aesthetic values
could account entirely for the value of painting as construed by the
British eighteenth-century consumer. She has participated in a research
group on European Art Markets 1300-1800, by CNRS / Université Lille 3. She has published her research in Marketing Art in the British Isles, 1700 to the Present (Gould & Mesplede, Ashgate, 2012) and Moving Pictures: Intra-European Trade in Images, 16th-18th Centuries (de Marchi & Raux, BREPOLS 2014).
> Voir sa page personnelle (Univ Sorbonne Nouvelle).