Charles T. Little, Curator of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
It really is looking quite beautiful and I am so impressed that you have come so far in such a short amount of time. Congratulations!
Dustin Wees, Director of Metadata and Cataloging, ARTstor, New York
Congratulations on the Ivories site and its content. It should be a great boon to scholars in the field.
Catherine Reynolds, Independent Scholar, London
Congratulations again on a wonderful achievement. You have planned the website brilliantly, especially the option of up to four comparisons on screen at once. [...] it is going to be a tool that really will transform the study of ivories - a truly fundamental contribution.
Paul Williamson, Keeper of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Many congratulations on the launch [...]. It is already a tremendously impressive achievement and a project which will be immensely useful to all those working on Gothic art.
Francesca Tasso, Curator, Castello Sforzesco, Milan
My best compliments! It is a great result and it will help our work in a wonderful way.
Andrea Wähning, Conservator of Paintings and Polychrome sculpture, Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe
A colleague told me about your project only some weeks ago [...] a dream come true, the Koechlin revised!
Annie Kemkaran-Smith, Curator, English Heritage, London
I just wanted to say what an excellent job you have done with the Gothic Ivories website. [...]
I am incredibly impressed with what you have achieved with the website and will have fun exploring it thoroughly today!
Sarah M. Guérin, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University, New York
Congratulations! The website looks wonderful, and it is really working well. Just by browsing I've already "discovered" new things! When one sees all of the information you've input, it really is staggering.
Miriam Verena-Fleck, Museum Schnütgen, Cologne
What a great project is launched with the Gothic Ivories Project! I am sure it will find a lot of followers in other media - at least it should - because it allows a completely different, more universal way of research.
Anne D. Hedeman, Judith Harris Murphy Distinguished Professor of Art History, University of Kansas
Last updated: 3 December 2012.
I was in my office late last night starting to collect items and bibliography for my seminar next spring. I wanted to pass on my congratulations and thanks for this website. It is so wonderful!