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Alba Campo Rosillo speaks to a sitting audience in front of "Abraham Lincoln."

​Photo courtesy of Alba Campo Rosillo.

​Doctoral candidate Alba Campo Rosillo led two talks about her research on "Abraham Lincoln," painted by George Peter Alexander Healy in 1887, at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. To reach a wider audience, she delivered the talk once in English and once in Spanish. Campo Rosillo, a Predoctoral Fellow at the museum, studied this portrait and its multiple versions as part of her ongoing dissertation work on Healy's portraiture. The talks strongly aligned with the goals of PORTAL, the National Portrait Gallery's Scholarly Center, which became her partner for the initiative. Dedicated to museum education and public outreach, Campo Rosillo previously contributed to another public program at the museum, Conversation Circle, by discussing several of Healy's presidential portraits on display.  

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Doctoral candidate Alba Campo Rosillo delivered two talks on “Abraham Lincoln,” painted by George Peter Alexander Healy in 1887, at the National Portrait Gallery.

​Doctoral candidate Alba Campo Rosillo delivered two talks on “Abraham Lincoln,” painted by George Peter Alexander Healy in 1887, at the National Portrait Gallery.

3/10/2020
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Alba Campo Rosillo, graduate student, fellow, fellowship,  Abraham Lincoln, George Peter Alexander Healy, National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C., University of Delaware, art history
  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
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