Liisa-Helena Lumberg

Liisa-Helena Lumberg

Fellow

Böckler-Mare-Balticum-Stiftung

Raum 3.01
Tel.: 030.2093-66236
Fax: 030.2093-66204
liisahelena.lumberg@artun.ee

 

Her research interests lie mainly in 19th-century art, especially in art as an actor and a means for producing, mediating, and pertaining knowledge. She has studied art history and visual culture at the Estonian Academy of Arts from 2011.
She received her MA in 2017. Her master’s thesis was about the altar paintings in Estonian Lutheran churches in the second half of the 19th century, for which she also received the Estonian president Lennart Meri award.

She is currently working on her doctoral dissertation with a working title “19th-Century Estonian/Baltic German Art as a Means of Knowledge Production”. She is also a lecturer at the Institute of Art History and Visual Culture at the Estonian Academy of Arts.