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The Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association

Catalogue Raisonné: [Fr., = carefully studied or methodical catalogue.] A descriptive catalogue arranged according to subjects, or branches of subjects; hence gen. or loosely, a classified or methodical list. (OED)

The Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association was founded in 1994 to serve the interests of scholars and others engaged in the catalogue raisonné process. Our members typically research a single artist’s body of work to establish a reliable list of authentic works, their chronology, and history (usually including provenance, bibliographic, and exhibition histories). Our membership also includes those who are not actively engaged in such a project but who have a keen interest in this type of work such as patrons, collectors, art dealers, attorneys, and software designers.


CRSA at CAA 2017

Technical Art History and the Catalogue Raisonné: Case Studies in the Materials, Methods, and Meanings of Art Works
2017 College Art Association Conference (New York, Feb 15-18, 2017)

Time: 02/16/2017, 5:30 PM–7:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Gramercy B/East
Chair: Katy Rogers, Dedalus Foundation

Maryan Ainsworth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: From Connoisseurship to Technical Art History:
Charting the Development of Interdisciplinary Studies of Art

Marc Roussel, Roussel Art Conservation: 
David Smith’s Cast Bronze Sculpture: Process and Perspective

Susan J. Cooke, The Estate of David Smith, New York: 
Conversations between an Art Historian and a Conservator: A Case Study in Exploring the Work of David Smith (1906-1965)

CRSA Business Meeting
Thursday, February 16, 12:15 PM–1PM, New York Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Sutton Parlor


Current officers:

Katy Rogers, President
Dedalus Foundation
president@catalogueraisonne.org

Susan Cooke, Director of Programming
The Estate of David Smith
programming@catalogueraisonne.org

Shaina D. Larrivee, Director of Publications
The Hedda Sterne Foundation

Carl Schmitz, Director of Communications
The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation
communications@catalogueraisonne.org

Suzi Villiger, Director of Membership
Joan Mitchell Catalogue Raisonné
membership@catalogueraisonne.org



Interested in joining the CRSA? Download our membership form.