Study Room Invigilator
Amy Marquis has worked in the Department of Paintings, Drawings and Prints since 2010 as the Graham Robertson Study Room Invigilator. In addition to managing the Study Room, she assists with various curatorial tasks, including the documentation of paintings and drawings. She has curated several exhibitions at the Fitzwilliam: Lumière: Lithographs by Odilon Redon (22 Sept 2009 - 10 Jan 2010); Fashioning Switzerland: Portraits and landscapes by Markus Dinkel and his contemporaries (4 Jun 2013 - 22 Sept 2013); From root to tip: Botanical art in Britain (28 Jan 2014 - 11 May 2014); and, most recently, Modern Heroism: Printmaking and the legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte (3 February 2015 - 28 June 2015).
Amy holds an undergraduate degree in History of Art and Architecture from the University of East Anglia. In 2009 she was awarded an MPhil in History of Art from the University of Cambridge, specializing in in French Symbolist art. She has worked as a supervisor for the Part I History of Art course, ‘Making of Art’ for the past four years.