MA Student; History of Art & Architecture
Originally from Vermont, Amy DeLaBruere received a B.A. in Art History and English from Yale University. During her undergraduate studies, she was a curatorial assistant in Prints and Drawings at the Yale University Art Gallery. Over four summers, she also taught creative writing, drawing and painting, film photography and darkroom techniques in the Ardèche region of France at a residential arts program for high school students. She is particularly interested in late nineteenth and early twentieth century art and the relationship between text and image.
- Late Nineteenth & Early Twentieth Century American and French Art
- Intersection of Literary and Visual Arts
- History of Printmaking and Photography