Suzanne Duff

History of Art and Architecture

Research Interests

social history of the artist
craft guilds
art markets
artistic production and collaboration
early modern knowledge exchange
print culture


Suzanne Duff is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History of Art and Architecture. Her area of focus is the art history of early modern northern Europe. In her dissertation titled "The Antwerp Saint Luke's Guild: Its Impact on Artistic Production and Identity, 1556-1663,” she investigates the guild through its regulations and enforcement, legal disputes, social networks, and material culture.