Dr. Richard Gay

Richard Gay joined the UNCP faculty in 2004 and in 2015 became the associate dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. He previously served as chair of the Art Department (2008-2015). As an art historian, he received his Ph.D. from Cornell University, an M.A. from the University of Kentucky, and he holds a B.A. from Berea College. A native of Berea, KY, his teaching covers a variety of subjects, but his concentrations are Medieval and Roman art. His research interests include fifteenth-century French manuscript illumination, particularly the work Jean Colombe. He has published on Flemish manuscripts and scribes. Before joining the faculty at UNCP, Dr. Gay worked as an assistant curator at the Getty Museum, where he contributed to the international loan exhibition Illuminating the Renaissance. The exhibition's catalog was awarded The Mitchell Prize (2004), administered by Burlington Magazine, London; and The International Eugène Baie Award (2004), presented once every five years by the city of Antwerp for the best foreign language publication on Flemish culture. Dr. Gay has received a variety of grants including: the James G. Hanes Memorial Fund Grant, Winston-Salem, NC (2006); Faculty Research and Development Grant, UNCP (2005), and a Samuel H. Kress Travel Fellowship (1997).

There are 1 included publications by Dr. Richard Gay :

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Bernardino of Sienna and the Valois 2019 161 The French sermon Les Douze Périls d’enfer highlights the fifteenth-century interest in the art of dying well and confession. Drawing upon visual and textual evidence, this poster focuses on the origin of the sermon, specifically its connections with...