Andrea Morgan

Dr Andrea Morgan is an independent researcher and emerging curator. Her current work focuses on understudied British female artists and art collectors. She is currently engaged on a research project largely dedicated to Frances Reynolds, an artist, art collector, poet, and writer who has for too long remained in the shadow of her brother, Sir Joshua Reynolds. Andrea is keen to promote the inclusion of female artists in museum displays and permanent collections, and she is interested in mixed-media installation practices.

Andrea is a recent graduate of Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, where she wrote her dissertation on the history of the British as art collectors in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. During her doctoral program, Andrea spent a year as a Visiting Research Student at Birkbeck College, University of London, after receiving a Bader Fellowship in Art History; she earned an MA in Art History from Tufts University in 2016. Andrea was previously a Guest Curator at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and has held various museum internships, including a Graduate Research internship at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in the Art of Europe, where she concentrated on British paintings in the collection.

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