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Hein speaks to a small crowd of museum guests in front of her and Guido Reni's “The Immaculate Conception.”

​Hein speaking in front of Guido Reni's "The Immaculate Conception" in the European Paintings gallery. Image courtesy of Erin Hein.

​Ph.D. student Erin Hein recently completed her role as the Solow Art and Architecture Graduate Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hein researched and catalogued Italian Renaissance paintings in the Robert Lehman Collection. Her work will appear in object entries within The Met Collection, an online database accessible to the public. Hein also had the opportunity to teach in the Met's galleries by creating an Intern Insights tour, which she delivered several times throughout the summer.

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Ph.D. student Erin Hein recently completed her role as the Solow Art and Architecture Graduate Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

​Ph.D. student Erin Hein recently completed her role as the Solow Art and Architecture Graduate Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

8/29/2019
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, Students, Erin Hein, Internship, Summer, University of Delaware
  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
  • arthistory@udel.edu