With thanks to these individuals from the following institutions:

The Art Institute of Chicago

Medieval to Modern European Painting and Sculpture

  • Emilie Boone, former intern
  • Jennifer Paoletti, Manager of Departmental Exhibitions
  • Adrienne Lynn Jeske, Senior Collection Manager
  • Geraldine Banik, Secretary

Ryerson and Burnham Libraries

  • Jack Perry Brown, Director
  • Bart H. Ryckbosch, Glasser and Rosenthal Archivist
  • Deborah Webb, Archives Assistant


  • Robert Sharp, Executive Director of Publications
  • Amy Peltz, Editor

Legal/General Counsel

  • Troy B. Klyber, Intellectual Property Manager

Public Affairs and Communications

  • Erin Hogan, Director of Public Affairs and Communications
  • Benjamin Baker-Smith, Web Design Assistant
  • David Ciske, Webmaster and Multimedia Specialist
  • Krystal B. Stoelting, Graphic Designer and Web Assistant


  • Christopher Gallagher, Director of Imaging
  • Paul David Young, Production Coordinator
  • Nancy Behall, Photographer

American Art

  • Judith A. Barter, Field-McCormick Chair and Curator of American Art
  • Denise Mahoney, Collection Manager
  • Benjamin B. Scott, Secretary and Assistant to the Chair

President and Director’s Office

  • Douglas Druick, President and Eloise W. Martin Director
  • Martha Tedeschi, Deputy Director for Art and Research

Newberry Library

  • Liesl Olson, Director of the Scholl Center for American History and Culture
  • Alison Hinderliter, Manuscripts and Archives Librarian
  • John Powell, Digital Imaging Services Manager

University of Chicago Library

  • Sherry Byrne, Preservation Librarian
  • Ray Gadke, Reading Room Manager

David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscripts Library, Duke University

  • Angela R. Mace, Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Reference Intern

Additional thanks are due to Celia Hilliard and Vivian Barnett.

Texts written by Marina Kliger, former Research Associate; Allison Perelman, Research Associate; and Stephanie D’Alessandro, Gary C. and Frances Comer Curator of Modern Art; Department of Medieval to Modern European Painting and Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago.