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John Trumbull, Portrait of Alexander Hamilton

​John ​Trumbull, Alexander Hamilton, ca. 1792, National Gallery of Art,

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​​​​Graduate student Amy Torbert is wrapping up her nine months as a Tyson Fellow at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. In addition to accomplishing lots of dissertation writing, Amy got swept up in Hamilton fever while she was there. In April, she presented a gallery talk titled "History Has Its Eyes on You: Portraits of Alexander Hamilton at Crystal Bridges" and wrote a related entry for the Crystal Bridges blog: http://crystalbridges.org/blog/satisfied-giuseppe-caracchis-bust-of-alexander-hamilton/. After she leaves Arkansas, Amy plans to finish her final dissertation chapter at Giverny, as part of the Terra Summer Residency program. This fall, she looks forward to moving back to the East Coast as the 2016-2017 Barra Fellow in American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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​Graduate student Amy Torbert is wrapping up her nine months as a Tyson Fellow at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

​​Graduate student Amy Torbert is wrapping up her nine months as a Tyson Fellow at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art​​​​

4/30/2016
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