The Art of Paper: From the Holy Land to the Americas (Yale University Press, 2019).

Drawing and the Senses: An Early Modern History (Harvey Miller Series in Baroque Art/Brepols, 2017).


Co-authored with Vanessa Lyon, “Revisioning and Reckoning: The Legacies of Slavery in Histories of Northern Art,” Journal of the Historians of Netherlandish Art 14.1 (2022):

“Technical Art History as Method,” Art Bulletin 101.4 (2019): 8-17.

“Translating Images from India to Amsterdam in the Eighteenth Century,” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 83.1 (2020).

Res Papirea: Mantegna’s Paper Things,” Art Bulletin 99.1 (2017): 8-35.

“Rembrandt’s Faceless Faces,” Seventeenth Century (2017): 1-27.

“Presence in Seventeenth-Century Practice and Theory,” Word & Image 30.2 (2014): 155-167.

“Standing Mountains Move Like Clouds: A Watercolor Study of the Printed Horizon,” Thresholds 39 (2011): 54-61.

“The Eye-as-Legend: Perceiving the Seventeenth-Century Printed World,” Kunsttexte (September 2010)

Book Chapters

“Meta-prints in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp,” Perfection, eds. Pericolo and Oy-Marra (Brepols, 2019).

“The Currency of Drawing,” Beyond Disegno, eds. Alessandro Nova and Daniela Bohde (Imhof, spring 2018).

“The Point and its Line: An Early-Modern History of Movement,” Visual Culture and Mathematics in the Early Modern Period, ed. Ingrid Alexander-Skipnes, (New York: Routledge, 2017).

“Consonant and Dissonant Perspectives: Carel Fabritius’ A View in Delft (1652),” The Most Noble of the Senses: Anamorphosis, Trompe l’Oeil, and Other Optical Illusions in Early Modern Art, ed. Lilian Zirpolo, (Ramsey: Zephyrus Publications, 2016).

“Abraham Bloemaert and Caritas: A Lesson in Perception,” Personification, eds. Walter Melion and Bart Ramakers (Leiden: Brill, 2016).

Catalogue Essays

“Drawing: A Universal Language in a New World,” Why Draw?: 500 Years of Drawing at Bowdoin College, ed. Joachim Homman (Brunswick, Maine: Bowdoin College Museum of Art; New York: DelMonico Books/Prestel, 2017).

Reviews and other writing

“The Quarantine Question,” Art Journal Open, eds. Dana E. Katz and Lisa Pon (December 2021):

Velázquez, Rembrandt, Vermeer: Parallel Visions, Museo del Prado, Madrid, June 25, 2019 – September 19, 2019:

Rembrandt and the Inspiration of India, ed. Stephanie Schrader, The Seventeenth Century,

“Looking at Dutch Visual Culture,” rev. of Commercial Visions: Science, Trade and Visual Culture in the Dutch Golden Age by Dániel Margócsy; Inventing Exoticism: Geography, Globalism and Europe’s Early Modern World, by Benjamin Schmidt; Caplitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age by Elizabeth A. Sutton, Art History 39.3 (2016): 604-608.

Das Tronie: Muster – Studie – Meisterwerk: Die Genese einer Gattung der Malerei vom 15.Jahrhundert bis zu Rembrandt, by Franziska Gottwald.    

“Substitution and its Legacies,” rev. of Anachronic Renaissance, by Alexander Nagel and Christopher S. Wood, Expositions 4.1-2 (2010).