Corrections in reference to the last lecture, Jean-August-Dominique Ingres and the Rebirth of Raphael in the Nineteenth Century

I was just listening to my last lecture and I must have been exhausted because over and over I kept using Raphael’s name in place of Ingres. I hope it will make sense for anyone who listens to it again or for the first time. The lecture is about the influence of Raphael on Ingres so all of the 19th century paintings are by Ingres, not Raphael. I apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

Karen Warshal

Karen Warshal received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and her Master of Fine Arts from Tufts University in conjunction with the Boston Museum School. She studied classical art at the Schuler School in Baltimore, at the Parker School of Structural Sculpture in Bethesda, and she has drawn extensively from antique sculptures in museums throughout Europe. Ms Warshal teaches Portrait Drawing and Anatomy/Figure Drawing at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Museum Resources at Howard Community College, and leads art historical tours of Italy. She paints portraits, still lifes and figures in her studio in Baltimore, and interiors and landscapes wherever she finds inspiration. Her work is represented in many private collections.

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