Malcolm Campbell received his A.B., M.F.A. and Ph.D. (1962) from Princeton University. He has been awarded Guggenheim, Fulbright, N.E.H. and A.C.L.S. fellowships and grants. He taught in the art history department 1961 to 1996 and held a variety of administrative posts, including Interim Dean of the Graduate School of Fine Arts. His special area of interest is Italian art and architecture from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries. His publications Mostra di disegni di Pietro Berrettini da Cortona (1965); Pietro da Cortona at the Palazzo Pitti (1977); Piranesi: The Dark Prisons (1988); and Piranesi: Rome Recorded (1989 and later editions). He was a member of the planning committees for two international exhibitions, Pietro da Cortona in Rome (1997) and Eighteenth Century Roman Art at the Philadelphia Museum (1997). In 2004 the Department honored his 70th birthday with a symposium that gathered colleagues and his many former students. Although he remains interested in Pietro da Cortona and Piranesi, Professor Campbell reports that he is enjoying his retirement among family at his lakeside home in Maine.