Benedict Leca is curator of European Painting, Sculpture, and Drawings at the Cincinnati Art Museum. A specialist in the art and culture of 18th- and 19th-century France, he is the contributing editor of Rembrandt: Three Faces of the Master (2008), Thomas Gainsborough and the Modern Woman (2010), and most recently the author of “The World is an Apple: Cézanne’s Parisian Still-lifes and Portraits” in Cézanne et Paris (2011).
Lynne D. Ambrosini is chief curator at the Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati. She has organized exhibitions at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Taft; published articles on J.F. Millet, E. Manet, and C.F. Daubigny; and authored a catalog of Rodin bronzes belonging to the Brooklyn Museum.
Andria Derstine is curator of Collections and Curator of European and American Art at the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College. She co-authored Masters of Italian Baroque Painting: The Detroit Institute of Arts, and Allen Memorial Art Museum: Highlights from the Collection.
Beth E. Wilson is a lecturer in the Department of Art History, The State University of New York at New Paltz, and a contributor to The Art Seminar: Photography Theory, edited by James Elkins in 2007.