Ann V. Dumas
July - August 2006
Ann Dumas, consultant to the Royal Academy of Arts in London, is a specialist in late nineteenth-century painting and Impressionism, who was first recognized for her work on Degas. Her curatorial research and exhibition expertise in the Impressionist field has been employed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, the National Gallery of London, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum. At the Clark, she will be completing her catalogue essay as co-curator for the exhibition The Impressionists and the Old Masters, scheduled to open at the High Museum in Atlanta in October of 2007.