Quint Gregory

Director, Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture
PhD, University of Maryland
office: 4213D Art-Sociology Building
phone: 301-405-3183

Quint Gregory wears many hats at the University of Maryland, but spends most of his time in the Great Room of the Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture, a space he designed and runs, collaborating with teachers, researchers and students interested in employing digital technologies to enhance their work, be it pedagogical, academic or rhetorical. Also he teaches occasional seminars that focus on museums and society, inspiration for which he drew from nearly a decade's worth of work in area museums (National Gallery of Art, Walters Art Gallery) while pursuing his doctorate, a goal only accomplished after his Fulbright-fueled year of research in the Netherlands in 2000-2001.

Quint first came to the University of Maryland as a graduate student focused on seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish painting, a subject for which he retains great passion, even if he does not wade in those waters daily at present.

When not at the University Quint delights in time with his family, travels with his wife and projects that exhaust both mind and body but renew the spirit.

Full List of Publications

Review of David Bomford, Jo Kirby, Ashok Roy, Axel Rüger, Raymond White, Art in the Making: Rembrandt: New Edition (London, 2006), Aurora: A Journal of Art History VIII (2007)

“A Repast to Savor: Narrative and Meaning in the Still Lifes of Pieter Claesz,” in Pieter Claesz: Master of Haarlem Still Life, exh. cat., 2004.

Review of Adriaan van der Willigen and Fred G. Meijer, A Dictionary of Dutch and Flemish Still-Life Painters Working in Oils, 1525-1725 (Leiden, 2003), Kunstform 4 (October 2003) (accessible via the web athttp://www.arthistoricum.net/kunstform/rezension/ausgabe/2003/10/2478/)

Entries on Still Life paintings for the catalogue of the exhibition The Public and the Private in the Age of Vermeer, exh. cat. (London/Tokyo: Philip Wilson Publishers/S. Hata Publishers, 2000), 96-111.

"Patriarch of the Old Masters." Bulletin of the Walters Art Gallery (March-April 1998): 6.

Entries on works by Jacob Duck and Balthasar van der Ast, Masters of Light: Dutch Painters in Utrecht during the Golden Age, exh. cat. (Baltimore/San Francisco: Walters Art Gallery/ Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1997), 234-236, 360-366.

"Vermeer tout l'oeuvre peint." Connaissance des Arts no. 522 (November 1995): 76-85.