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Dr. Parkinson received her Doctorate in Art History at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, specializing in historical and early modern Canadian and British landscape painting.  She wrote her dissertation on the British military artist Philip John Bainbrigge, RE (1817-1888) and his circle (sometimes known as the “Group of 1838”), and their work in Canada and elsewhere.  She has published scholarly articles, and spoken at academic conferences, on Bainbrigge and the Group of 1838 and related topics. 

After completing her degree, Dr. Parkinson taught at the Queen’s International Study Centre at Herstmonceaux, England.  Most recently she has been an Adjunct Professor of Art History at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Potsdam.
In addition to her work as an art historian, Dr. Parkinson is a professional Archivist, having received a Master’s degree in History and Archival Studies from the University of Windsor.  She has worked as an archivist at Queen’s University Archives, and as an Art Archivist at Library and Archives Canada / Bibliotheque et Archives Canada. 
Dr. Parkinson is an International Society of Appraisers Accredited Member for Fine Art (ISA AM), having completed all qualifications for Accredited Member status in October 2012.
Dr. Parkinson also writes a bi-weekly column on the Arts in Kingston and region for The Kingston Whig Standard.  See the “Art In Print” link at the bottom of the page to access columns published to date.


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Kamille Parkinson - Author PhotoFrom October 2010 through May 2015 Kamille Parkinson wrote a bi-weekly Arts Column, “Art in Print”, for The Kingston Whig Standard.  You can read her articles through the link below.  (Kamille Parkinson holds a PhD in Art History from Queen’s University and is the owner of Upper Canada Art Consulting.)

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