Andrew D. Hottle is Associate Professor of Art History at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. He earned his PhD at Temple University, where he studied European art of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Since 2005, his research has focused exclusively on the work of women artists. In addition to published articles on Peter Paul Rubens, Marie-Thérèse Reboul-Vien, Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, and John Everett Millais, he has written essays about June Blum, Martha Nilsson Edelheit, Sylvia Sleigh, and the Feminist Art Workers. His recently published book, The Art of the Sister Chapel: Exemplary Women, Visionary Creators, and Feminist Collaboration, is an extensive historical and contextual study of an important installation that premiered in 1978 at the height of the feminist art movement.