Curator of European and American Art before 1850, Krannert Art Museum
Ph.D. Northwestern University
Maureen Warren’s research interests include early modern (1500-1800) Netherlandish art and European political print media. At KAM, Warren has curated exhibitions on medieval manuscripts (2016-2017) and the intersection of art and natural history in early modern Europe (2017). Prior to her arrival at KAM, Warren was an Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Research Fellow in the Prints and Drawings Department of the Art Institute of Chicago. She completed a Ph.D. in art history at Northwestern University in 2015, where her research was supported a 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 (2016); and Word & Image (forthcoming). She is currently revising a book manuscript on Johan van Oldenbarnevelt (1547-1619) and seventeenth-century Dutch political art.