Rachel SloanAssistant Curator of Works on Paper
Rachel Sloan was educated in the United States and England, earning a BA in English literature and history of art from Washington University in St Louis and an MA and PhD from The Courtauld Institute of Art, on Symbolism and artistic exchange between France and Britain in the late nineteenth century.
She subsequently served as graduate intern in the Drawings Department of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (2009-2010) and as curatorial research fellow at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (2010-2011). Rachel joined The Courtauld as Assistant Curator of Works on Paper in 2012, where she has curated A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany (2014) and Bruegel to Freud: Prints from the Courtauld Collection (2014).
Current/recent exhibitions and projects
- A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany (2014, Courtauld Gallery, London and Morgan Library and Museum, New York)
- Bruegel to Freud: Prints from the Courtauld Collection (2014, Courtauld Gallery)
- Symbolism in France, Britain and Belgium
- Nineteenth century French and British prints and drawings
- The Nabis
- The Rococo and its afterlife
- Romanticism in England and Germany