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Victoria Hepburn

Victoria Hepburn is a specialist in nineteenth-century British art. She is currently a PhD candidate in the history of art at Yale University where she is writing her doctoral thesis on the Scottish artist William Bell Scott. Her research interests encompass a variety of genres and media; in 2021, she designed and taught the Yale seminar Art and the Book in Modern Britain, 1790-1915. She was co-curator of the exhibition Unto this Last: Two-Hundred Years of John Ruskin (YCBA, 2019; Watts Gallery, 2020). In 2021, she was the Amy P. Goldman Fellow in Pre-Raphaelite Studies at the Delaware Art Museum. Victoria currently works as a research assistant in the Painting and Sculpture Department at the Yale Center for British Art.

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