Professor Alexander Marr
BA MSt DPhil FRHistS FSA
Staff Fellow in History of Art; Dean of Discipline; Professor of the History of Early Modern Art; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London
Professor Marr is Professor of the History of Early Modern Art.
He specialises in Early Modern art and architecture, particularly their intellectual and scientific aspects. He is currently writing books on Peter Paul Rubens and on “ingenuity” in early modern art & science.
As Director of Studies Professor Marr is responsible for the academic progress of History of Art students in college. He works closely with students to ensure the Library is well stocked with the books required for the course, and meets regularly with students throughout the year to ensure their work is progressing smoothly.