Rafal Ocieski (1547), Kraków

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Jeannie Labno BSc(Hons), BA(Hons), DipCIStuds(Open), MA, DPhil

Art Historian:

Independent art historian specialising in Renaissance art, with broader interests in the art and architecture of Ancient Greece, Rome, and Ancient Egypt.  Research interests include: reception of Classical and Renaissance art and culture, including the broader aspects of selective acceptance and rejection; relocating the Renaissance; borders and cultural identity; the culture of memory; gendered patterns of patronage.


My recent book,

Commemorating the Polish Renaissance Child
Funeral Monuments and their European Context

is available from Ashgate Publishing :

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Book cover


Over 10 years experience in teaching across various levels of adult and higher education, creating a stimulating and encouraging learning environment.
Course topics include: Renaissance Art & Architecture also Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.

Gill and Jeannie (G&J) courses
- half-day and short-series courses and events.
CCE University of Sussex open courses


Professionally trained copy editor, proof reader and project manager with extensive experience on a wide range of academic and non-academic publications, covering both the arts and sciences, including medicine.
Op. cit. Editorial Services

For more details on research, conferences, teaching, editorial services or curriculum vitae, email jjlabno@jjlabno.co.uk