The Place of Art in the Study of History

  • Eva Major-Marothy

Author Biography

Eva Major-Marothy
Eva Major-Marothy has been Art-Archivist in the Art Acquisition & Research Section of the National Archives of Canada since 1985. She has a B.A. in Art History from McGill University, Montreal and an M.A. in Canadian Studies, specializing in Canadian Art History, from Carleton University, Ottawa. She was one of the authors of the exhibition catalogue A Place in History, held at the National Archives in 1990, which included paintings, drawings, watercolours, and prints selected to demonstrate the highlights of the last twenty years of art acquisition at the National Archives. She is frequently a Sessional Lecturer in the Department of Art History at Carleton University and has given talks and published on various subjects connected to the documentary art collection of the National Archives.
How to Cite
Major-Marothy, Eva. 1994. “The Place of Art in the Study of History”. Archivaria 38 (February), 131-38.
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