Anne-Marie Eze

Anne-Marie Eze

Associate Librarian for Collections and Programs, Houghton Library Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
  • Regions: Italy; Europe
  • Themes: Classics; history of the book; art history

Anne-Marie Eze is Associate Librarian for Collections and Programs at Harvard University’s Houghton Library, where she leads the curatorial and scholarly and public programs staff. Prior to joining Harvard, Eze was Associate Curator of the Collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, where she co-curated the award-winning exhibition "Beyond Words: Italian Renaissance Books." Originally from the United Kingdom, Eze has also held curatorial and librarian positions at the British Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Cambridge University’s Trinity College Library. She holds degrees from the University of London, including a doctorate from the Courtauld Institute of Art. Eze has published on medieval and Renaissance art and books and the history of collecting. Her latest books are Bourdichon’s Boston Hours and Titian, the Della Rovere Dynasty & His Portrait of Guidobaldo II and his Son, both of which were published in 2021.

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