A Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, Annemarie Iker studies nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century European art under the supervision of Professor Bridget Alsdorf, with a special interest in the art, literature, and culture of turn-of-the-century France and Spain. Annemarie received a B.A. in European Studies from Amherst College and an M.A. in Art History from Williams College and the Clark Art Institute, where she was awarded the James E. 1954 and Barbara V. Moltz Scholarship. Her M.A. qualifying paper, “Fortuny’s Finish,” examined the posthumous reception of the late, unfinished drawings and paintings of the Catalan artist Marià Fortuny i Marsal (1836—1874). Annemarie has interned at the Clark Art Institute, in Williamstown, and the High Museum of Art, in Atlanta.