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​Doctoral candidate ​Jeff Richmond-Moll has been awarded the 2016 Archives of American Art Graduate Research Essay Prize. T​his prize recognizes emerging scholars in the field of American art history for their work with primary sources at the Archives of American Art, part of the Smithsonian Institution.

Richmond-Moll's award-winning essay, "'The Inevitable Triumph': Violet Oakley's The Angel of Victory and World War II," grew out of his experience as the 2013 Alfred Appel, Jr. Curatorial Fellow at the Delaware Art Museum, where he curated the exhibition "Blessed Art the Peacemakers": Violet Oakley's The Angel of Victory (1941).

You can read more in the Smithsonian's news release.

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​Congratulations to doctoral candidate ​Jeff Richmond-Moll, winner of the 2016 Archives of American Art Graduate Re​search Essay Prize for his work on artist Violet Oakley

​Congratulations to doctoral candidate ​Jeff Richmond-Moll, winner of the 2016 Archives of American Art Graduate Re​search Essay Prize for his work on artist Violet Oakley​​​​​

9/14/2016
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  • University of Delaware
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