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Alexander Lawson, Painter's Study

​Alexander Lawson, after William Sidney Mount, Painter's Study (or The Painter's Triumph), 1840, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

​​​​Graduate student Anne Cross served as one of the student co-curators for the upcoming exhibition, Expanding the Audience for Art in the Nineteenth Century at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts at UPenn's Arthur Ross Gallery (April 8-July 31, 2016). The exhibition was the culmination of a curatorial seminar taught by Professor Michael Leja this past fall at the University of Pennsylvania. Anne will also be participating in a panel discussion at the Gallery on Thursday, April 21, in which she will be discussing her use of the PAFA archives as part of her research.

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"Expanding the Audience for Art in the Nineteenth Century at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts" opens at UPenn's Arthur Ross Gallery on April 8

​Expanding the Audience for Art in the Nineteenth Century at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts opens at UPenn's Arthur Ross Gallery on April 8

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