Madeleine Haddon

Art and Archaeology

Madeleine Haddon is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University in the Department of Art & Archaeology. She specializes in nineteenth-century French and Spanish painting. Her dissertation, “Local Color: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Paintings of Spain,” focuses on the preoccupation with Spain in nineteenth-century art and its relationship to color, both human and painted. She has previously held curatorial positions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Princeton University Art Museum, and Sally and Werner H. Kramarsky Collection. She received her B.A. in Art History from Yale University. Her thesis, “The Maja in Francisco de Goya’s Los Caprichos,” earned an Andrew W. Mellon Travel Grant to support her research in Madrid, and was awarded the A. Conger Goodyear Prize by Yale’s Department of the History of Art and the Yale University Art Gallery.

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