The NEH level 2 grant was awarded to support “After Constable’s Clouds,” a project that is advancing art historical research through the innovative application of computer vision (CV) and machine learning (ML).
Elizabeth Mansfield, professor and head of the Department of Art History, and James Wang, distinguished professor of Information Sciences and Technology, have received a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant (DHAG) from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for phase 2 of a project that uses computer-aided image analysis to examine the depiction of clouds in the paintings of John Constable, a 19th-century European artist noted for the striking naturalism of his landscapes.
- Art History, IST research project receives second NEH grant to study Constable’s clouds
- Art history, IST faculty win NEH grant to use computer-aided image analysis
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