About Dr. Warren
Maureen Warren’s (PhD, Northwestern University) studies early modern (1500-1800) European art and ceramics and works on paper more broadly. At Krannert Art Museum (KAM), Warren has curated exhibitions on medieval manuscripts, early modern European art and natural history, early modern European religious and mythological prints, Dutch political prints, blue and white ceramics, and the ink paintings of Shozo Sato (b. 1933).
Before coming to KAM, Warren was an Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Research Fellow in the Prints and Drawings Department of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her dissertation was supported by a two-year Kress Institutional Fellowship to Leiden University, a Scaliger Fellowship, and a Swann Foundation for Caricature and Cartoon Fellowship. Warren has published essays in Death, Torture and the Broken Body in European Art, 1300-1650 (2015); Van Dyck, Rembrandt, and the Portrait Print; Word & Image; and Early Modern Low Countries. She is content editor and lead author of Paper Knives, Paper Crowns: Political Prints in the Dutch Republic (ARTBOOK D.A.P. 2022).