Nora Rosengarten

Nora Rosengarten

Print and printmaking in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
Nora Rosengarten

Nora Rosengarten is a graduate student focusing on prints and printmaking in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, with a special emphasis on methodologies of materiality and process. Nora holds a B.A. in Art History from Georgetown University (2014) and an M.A. in the History of Art from Williams College/The Clark Art Institute (2019), where her qualifying paper, entitled "Max Klinger, Francisco Goya, and the Formation of Modern Aquatint," examined the role this print technique played in the definition of figure and ground for printmakers in the late nineteenth century. Nora has been an intern at the Phillips Collection and the Clark Art Institute, and, before matriculating to Harvard University, worked as a Curatorial Assistant in Paintings and Sculpture at the Clark Art Institute. During her time as a Masters student, Nora was the recipient of the Judith M. Lenett Memorial Fellowship in Conservation. Her culminating project entailed researching and conserving a pair of nineteenth-century American globes, currently in Williams College's Chapin Library collections.

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