Presented by Fiona Finnigan
Death, the Great Unifier, unknowable and unavoidable. What else is there to do then, but to make Art about it?
This presentation takes a look at death imagery in Western Art, focusing in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
Fiona Finnigan is an adjunct professor of art history at Lincoln Land Community College. She received her MA in History of Visual and Material Culture ( thats the history of stuff!) from Southern Illinois University. When she isn’t teaching or working on her steampunk gear, she likes to do every kind of needlework know to mankind.