Art History Blog Award!

I was notified today that I received a 2010 Top Art History Blog award!  Thanks to the readers who nominated me for this award – I had no idea that nominations were being selected.  I appreciate everyone who takes the time to read my little musings and ideas.  I love researching and writing for Alberti’s Window, and I can only hope that it is just as fun to read what I write.  Thank you!

  • columnist says:

    Whilst I did not nominate you – I too knew nothing about it – I would certainly have no difficulty in doing so. I enjoy reading your blog very much – and learning. Keep up the good work!

  • heidenkind says:

    Oooh, congrats. :)

  • H Niyazi says:

    Congrats M! Whilst that type of exposure should generate more traffic for your site, none of your loyal followers are surprised at such a thing – your site was already a treasure to us long ago!!

    Keep up the super work!

    H

  • phin says:

    Buddy!!! That is awesome! I had no idea there was such a thing or else I would have voted for you a thousand times! Well done and congrats!

  • Rebekah says:

    It's because you are EXTRA AWESOME. Also, WOOOO! Happy dances for you!

  • joolee says:

    awesome, M!! you deserve it.

  • e says:

    You definitely deserve it! I have to say that I am not the least bit surprised — this blog is amazing!
    Congratulations!

  • Kiersten says:

    That is awesome! I feel like I know a celebrity now.

  • Annette says:

    We are so proud of you! Great work. I always look forward to a new post and learning from you, even if I don't comment.

  • Miss B. says:

    congrats M! Your dedication to it is so admirable!

    b.

  • Breanne says:

    Congrats!

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This blog focuses on making Western art history accessible and interesting to all types of audiences: art historians, students, and anyone else who is curious about art. Alberti’s Window is maintained by Monica Bowen, an art historian and professor.