Sabine WilsonAdjunct Instructor
Sabine Wilson, PhD, is an Adjunct Instructor at the Center for Applied Liberal Arts, NYU SPS, where she teaches courses on the art market, the appraisal of fine art, damage and loss assessment, and Impressionist and modern paintings. She received her doctorate degree in art history from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany. Since 2000, Wilson has run an independent fine art appraisal and advisory practice in New York where she consults clients on issues concerning valuation, provenance, and collecting of Impressionist, modern, and contemporary art. She gives lectures and publishes on art forgery, German art between the wars, and French 18th century art. Dr. Wilson is a certified member and serves on the board of directors of the Appraisers Association of America (AAA).
Learn about the history and development of the most important movements in modern and contemporary German art.
Explore the use of digital 3D design, 3D imaging, additive manufacturing (3D printing, laser sintering), and milling for creating sculpture.