Otto Naumann, the leading name in Old Master paintings in North America, speaks at Grant Hall on Tuesday 6 June after receiving an honorary degree from Queen’s University.
From left to right: Jan Allen, Director of Agnes Etherington Art Centre; Otto Naumann; Stephanie Dickey, Professor and Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art and Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Bader Curator / Researcher of European Art.
Dr Otto Naumann met with graduate students from Queen’s Department of Art History and Art Conservation in The Bader Gallery, generously offering insights into masterpieces in the exhibition “Alfred Bader Collects.”
Queen’s University conferred an honorary degree on Otto Naumann, in recognition of his distinguished contributions to the field of European art history. Dr Naumann is a renowned dealer of Old Master paintings, and a generous mentor and connoisseur. He has played a pivotal role in working with Drs Alfred and Isabel Bader to shape The Bader Collection at the Agnes.
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