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Reynolds

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"My teaching philosophy is to draw out of the students their maximum potential and to demonstrate to them what they are capable of achieving." –Linda Reynolds

An expert in Renaissance, High Baroque, and Roccoco European and Italian Art, Linda Reynolds has lectured internationally in Italy, the United States, Scotland, and Canada.

Linda Reynolds teaches Art History at SACI. She has also been a lecturer and tutor at the University of Edinburgh, the University of Sterling, and the Italian Institute of Edinburgh, as well as many university programs in Florence. She has lectured and held seminars at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, the Cleveland Institute of Art, Georgetown University, and Clark College, Vancouver.

Linda Reynolds received a BA (Hons) in Italian Literature, University of Reading; MLitt, in Art History, University of Edinburgh.

Teaching Philosophy
My teaching philosophy is to draw out of the students their maximum potential and to demonstrate to them what they are capable of achieving. This I hope to do by opening their eyes to the achievements of Renaissance art and to inculcate in them a respect and enthusiasm for that art.

"My teaching philosophy is to draw out of the students their maximum potential and to demonstrate to them what they are capable of achieving." –Linda Reynolds

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