Book

 

Harkett, Daniel and Katie Hornstein, eds. Horace Vernet and the Thresholds of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College Press, 2017.

 

 

Essays in Books

 

“Revisiting Horace Vernet’s Studio Exhibition.” In Horace Vernet and the Thresholds of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture, edited by Daniel Harkett and Katie Hornstein. 38-56. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College Press, 2017.

 

“Delphine Gay and the Paris Salon.” In Painting for the Salon/Peindre pour le Salon, 1791-1881, edited by James Kearns and Alister Mill. 73-92. Oxford and Berne: Peter Lang, 2015.

 

“Mediating Private and Public: Juliette Récamier’s Salon at L’Abbaye-aux-Bois.” In Women, Femininity, and Public Space in European Visual Culture, 1789-1914, edited by Temma Balducci and Heather Belnap Jensen. 47-64. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014.

 

“The Giraffe’s Keepers and the (Dis)play of Difference.” In Of Elephants and Roses: French Natural History, 1790-1830, edited by Sue Ann Prince. 149-58. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2013.

 

“Revelation, Narrative, Rupture: Viewing David in Restoration Paris.” In David After David: Essays on the Later Work, edited by Mark Ledbury. 314-25. Williamstown: Clark Art Institute in association with Yale University Press, 2007.

 

Journal Articles

 

“Citizenship Papers.” Archives of American Art Journal 56, no. 1 (Spring 2017): 66-73.

 

“‘To my friend’: Hyacinthe Aubry-Lecomte’s Madame Récamier (1827).” Manual 2 (Spring 2014): 22-34.

 

“Illusions of Power: The Diorama and the Royalist Press in Restoration Paris.” Visual Resources 22, no. 1 (March 2006): 33-52.

 

Book and Exhibition Reviews

 

Review of Andrew Shelton, Ingres and His Critics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. caa.reviews. 23 April 2008.

 

Review of “Jacques-Louis David: Empire to Exile” exhibition. caa.reviews. 15 March 2006.

 

Review of “The Power of Conversation: Jewish Women and their Salons” exhibition. Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide 4, no. 3 (Autumn 2005). http://19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn_05/reviews/hark.html