Editorial Leadership and OAO Partners

Editorial leadership

A group of distinguished art historians guide the development of the Grove Dictionary of Art and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Each dictionary is led by an Editor in Chief, who works closely with the publishing editors at Oxford University Press.

Dr. Judith Rodenbeck serves as the Editor in Chief of Grove Art, and Dr. Kathy Battista serves as the Editor in Chief of Benezit. Dr. Rodenbeck oversees the Grove Art Editorial Board, which together supervises the commissioning program for the resource as well as the peer review process. Oxford Art Online also has an advisory board of art historians, art librarians, and art experts who advise on functional enhancements and the needs of existing and emerging users of the resource. In addition, project editors oversee the scholarship and production of specialized works.

Learn more about the scholars and advisors who guide Oxford Art Online:

Partners and friends of Oxford Art Online

The growth of Oxford Art Online is a collaborative effort, and we are very fortunate to have developed mutually beneficial partnerships with the institutions listed below. We are always looking for new partnerships and opportunities for collaboration. If you (or your institution) are interested in collaborating with Oxford Art Online, please send an email to: oxfordarteditor@oup.com

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Modern Art (New York)
The National Gallery of Art, Washington
The British Museum
The Frick Art Reference Library
The Samuel H. Kress Foundation
The Henry Luce Foundation
Smarthistory
ArtUK
ARTstor
Bridgeman Education
Art Resource
ArtistsSignatures.com
Art Images for College Teaching
Artists Rights Society (ARS)
Visual Arts and Galleries Association (VAGA)
College Art Association (CAA)
Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS)