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Annemarie Iker

Annemarie Iker

Department Art History and Archeology
Faculty Adviser Bridget Alsdorf
Year of Study G1
Undergraduate Institution European Studies
Undergraduate Major Amherst College


Personal Bio I grew up in San Francisco and moved to the East Coast to attend Amherst College, where I studied art, literature, and history. After graduation I headed to Madrid, where I taught English for two years - and spent all my spare time in art museums. Next, I earned my MA in Art History at Williams College, and here at Princeton I look forward to connecting with undergraduate and graduate students who share my interest in nineteenth-century visual culture.
Fun Fact My sister and I share the birthdays of my father's two sisters - in order, no less!
Research Keywords Nineteenth-century Visual Culture
Research Pitch What can we learn by looking closely at nineteenth-century images and objects? How might engaging with this period's visual culture both clarify and complicate our understanding of the past? In my research, I study artist and patron networks linking southern Europe with northern Europe and the Americas. In particular, I am interested in the reception of Spanish and Italian painting in France, England, and the United States. How did Spanish and Italian artists establish themselves in northern Europe and the Americas, and why was their work so popular with critics and collectors there?
Meet and Greet 10/12 Yes, I will attend
Meet and Greet 10/13 Yes, I will attend.
Meet and Greet 10/17 Yes, I will attend
Meal for Mentoring 11/14 Yes, I will attend.
Meal for Mentoring 11/15 Yes, I will attend.


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