College of Communication & Creative Arts - Art
Faculty and Staff
Andrew D. Hottle
Art Historian, Associate Professor
Ph.D., Tyler School of Art, Temple University
M.A. and B.A., The Ohio State University
Dr. Hottle's research focuses on the history of women artists, with particular emphasis on feminist art of the 1970s. He recently completed The Art of the Sister Chapel: Exemplary Women, Visionary Creators, and Feminist Collaboration, an extensive scholarly study of a major installation by thirteen women artists in the 1970s, and a detailed monograph entitled Shirley Gorelick (1924-2000): Painter of Humanist Realism. In addition to published articles about Marie-Thérèse Reboul-Vien (1738-1806) and Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842), he has written essays on the work of the twentieth-century artists Sylvia Sleigh, Shirley Gorelick, Martha Nilsson Edelheit, June Blum, and the Feminist Art Workers. He is currently conducting research for a book about the founding members of SOHO 20 Gallery, writing a detailed monograph on the art of Sylvia Sleigh, and preparing the catalogue raisonné of Sylvia Sleigh's paintings.