Browse more profiles
Jesse Locker
Jesse Locker

Assistant Professor, Art History
Italian Renaissance & Baroque
Art Building 310A
(503) 725-3337

Jesse Locker specializes in Italian art of the renaissance and baroque periods. Particular areas of interest include: the art and topography of Rome and Naples, painting and literary culture in early modern Italy; and the religious reform of art. He has published a number of articles and reviews on various aspects of early modern art, including Raphael’s Woman with a Veil for the Portland Art Museum, and, most recently, Artemisia Gentileschi: The Language of Painting (Yale University Press). Most summers he leads an intensive two-week art history program in Rome, Italy.

Book an Advising Appointment