Francine TylerAdjunct Associate Professor
Francine Tyler, Ph.D is a specialist in the art and social history of the 1930s’ Great Depression. She teaches art history at the Center for Applied Liberal Arts at NYU SPS, and art history and related topics at Long Island University. Dr. Tyler has lived in Rome and taught at the University of London. At the Brooklyn Museum she was a researcher in the Department of Prints and Drawings and her book, American Nineteenth Century Etching, was published following an exhibition she curated at the museum. Tyler was an archivist for the Archives of American Art, NYPL, and MoMA. She has published articles and has given art historical presentations at conferences. She was formerly a member of the NYU Organization and Governance Committee, Faculty Advisory Council.
Develop an eye for, and an understanding of, painting, sculpture, and architecture from the baroque era through the 20th century.
Develop an eye for, and understanding of, painting, sculpture, and architecture, and build a foundation in art history through the Renaissance.