About: Lindsey Ward

This summer I'm lucky enough to be the undergraduate intern in the Museum's paintings department. I've been enjoying myself by completing several different projects, from writing labels to researching provenance, all while learning what it's like to be a museum curator. Come September I will be a sophomore at Columbia University, where I'm a prospective art history major, though I'm also fulfilling pre-medical requirements. Since I was born and raised in Los Angeles, I'm particularly happy to be here for the summer.

Posts by Lindsey

Posted in Art, Paintings

Jacques-Louis David, Political Artist

Suzanne Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau, Jacques-Louis David, 1804

Today is  the 262nd birthday of Jacques-Louis David, the French painter best known for his austere Neoclassical paintings such as Oath of the Horatii. David was as political an artist as ever lived. He was a leader of the French… More»

Tagged , , , , 1 Response
  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Tumblr

    • photo from Tumblr

      Unemployed actors and struggling writers take note: the inventor of lithography was you, 200 years ago. Did he get lucky, or was it a stroke of genius?

      The Genius of Lithography, 1819, Nicolas Henri Jacob. The Getty Research Institute

      01/29/15

  • Flickr