Curator of the Collection
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B.A., Oberlin College
Miriam Stewart is curator of the collection for the Division of European and American Art, which comprises works of art from the Middle Ages to 1900. She conducts research on the collection, collaborates with faculty, and prepares and coordinates permanent collections installations. She specializes in 19th-century British and American drawings, with a particular interest in the Pre-Raphaelites, artists’ materials, and sketchbooks.
Knipe, Penley, and Miriam Stewart. “Behind the ‘Blot’: Technical Notes on the Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley.” Master Drawings 53 (4) (2015): 523–30.
(Contributor) American Paintings at Harvard. Vol. 1, Paintings, Watercolors, and Pastels by Artists Born Before 1826, ed. Theodore Stebbins, Jr., and Melissa Renn. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Art Museums, 2014.
“Curating Sketchbooks: Interpretation, Preservation, Display.” In Recto Verso: Redefining the Sketchbook, ed. Angela Bartram, Nader El-Bizri, and Douglas Gittens, 163–75. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, 2014.