Camilla Brantl



Camilla Brantl is a research associate in the research unit Art History.

Brief Biography

Studied History of Art and Archaeology at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg im Breisgau, 2010–2013; studied History of Art at the University of Vienna and Ca’ Foscari, Venice. Master’s dissertation on Traditional or Innovative Portrayals in the Sculptures of Antonio Corradini: an Attempt to Categorise the Garden Ensemble Sculptures for August the Strong. Curator’s assistant at the Dom Museum Wien, 2018–2020. Member of the research project “Collectors, Collections, Collecting Cultures in Vienna and Central Europe – Vienna Center for the History of Collecting” since 2020.

Research Interests

Period: the Early Modern period
Area: Italy, Germany
Topics: the history of collecting, hegemonial representation, the Baroque garden