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Dr Helen Langdon

Studied at Cambridge, and received a doctorate from the Courtauld. She has contributed to many academic journals, and is the author of several books, including Claude Lorrain, Holbein, Caravaggio: a Life and, in 2013, Vision & Ecstasy: Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione’s St Francis. From 2002–3 she was Assistant Director of the British School at Rome, and later Research Fellow at the Getty Institute, LA, and Visiting Fellow at Yale. In 2010 she curated the exhibition, Salvator Rosa; Bandits, Wilderness and Magic, at Dulwich Picture Gallery in London.