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Lucile Cordonnier

Lucile Cordonnier

Thesis Title 

Maurice Denis (1870-1943) and the Sacred Grove: Temporality in Fin-de-Siècle France

Program

MA - Art History

Supervisor

Dr. Nicola Pezolet

Research Interests

  • Art from the 19th century 
  • Art from the beginning of the 20th century  
  • French art 
  • Fin-de-siècle, decadence 
  • Cultural History
  • Temporality in art

Biography

Lucile Cordonnier is a graduate student in Art History at Concordia University. She graduated from the École du Louvre in Art History and the Université Paris Nanterre in History. She also received a Diplôme de Muséologie from the École du Louvre, after writing a thesis on French-American painter Louise Janin.

Her Master's thesis focuses on the representation of the sacred grove and its temporality in three works by the French painter Maurice Denis.

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