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Emily Carrington Freeman

Emily Carrington Freeman (University of Oxford) is an artist and art historian specialising in nineteenth-century art and artistic techniques. She completed her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Fine Art (BFA) and the History of Art and Visual Culture (MSt) at the University of Oxford, where she is now reading for a DPhil in the History of Art. Her current research investigates the gap between the perception and record of colour in the work of John Ruskin, with a particular focus on connections between language and image

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