Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Elizabeth Garner

 

Independent Art Historian and Art Detective
Elizabeth Garner

USA

Area of Expertise: Fine Art

Exhibitor of the MAJGEKL Collection of Albrecht Dürer’s graphic prints of engravings, woodcuts, etchings, and drypoints, one of the finest privately owned collection of Albrecht Dürer’s art. This collection is available to museums, universities, art galleries, and institutions.

Public Presenter for All Things Albrecht Dürer, especially “Hidden in Plain Sight: The Secret Cipher of Albrecht Dürer”

All Things Albrecht Dürer, The Hidden Secrets in Albrecht Dürer’s Art and Life

Available for Presentations on Discovering the Durer Cipher: Hidden Secrets in Albrecht Dürer’s Art

Legal: Taxation, Technology, Veteran’s Disability, European Union Law

International Computer Consultant, Advisor to Executive Management, IT Strategic Planning

PUBLICATIONS:

A Collector’s Passion for Dürer’s Secrets, The MAJGEKL Collection at the Hillstrom Museum of Art, Gustavus Adolphus College, Sept. 12-Nov 6, 2011, with Donald Myers, Curator, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota

Discovering the Durer Code: Hidden Secrets in Plain Sight, James Arendt, Director, Rebecca Randall Bryan Gallery, October 8-November 23, 2012, with Dr. Stephanie Miller

Discovering the Durer Code: Hidden Secrets in Plain Sight, Andrew Redington, Director, Allen Priebe Art Gallery, February 4-March 27, 2013

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Curriculum Vitae

  1. I am very interested in your discoveries. I was watching a You tube today and the speaker showed a sample of Albrecht Durers hair that has survived. Would the hair give us the dna information we need to help find his relatives living today?

    1. Dear Naomi,

      Yes I am aware of the hair lock in the museum. So far my research has indicated that dna can not be extracted from hair but I bet there’s some scientist out there who has a better idea. I’m counting on the fact that science will figure out a way for there are descendants of the Durers that then could be found. Who knows, it could be you 🙂

  2. Hello Dr. Garner, my internet search for info on a recent acquisition has lead me to you. I’m hoping you can share your impression of this metal plate I received from my grandmother’s estate. She traveled Sweden and Europe through the 30’s and 40’s . She also lived in Germany and France in the 60’s. I don’t know if that helps at all.

    http://imgur.com/a/SY5MI

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