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Presented By Christine Roussel
Christine Roussel is an internationally acclaimed author, art historian and art conservator. She studied at Wilson College, with Ossip Zadkin in Paris, at the Ecole de la Grande Chaumiere and holds a M.A. in Education and Fine Arts from Goddard College, Vermont. For over a decade Christine worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art managing the Reproduction Studio and as Special Assistant to Thomas Hoving, presently she is co-director of Roussel Studios and archivist of Rockefeller Center Archives. She has served on the following Advisory Boards: The Benaki Museum in Athens, De Niewe Kerk Museum in Amsterdam and Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. Christine has been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers and television programs including The Today Show. She has lectured extensively at universities, museums, for a range of professional organizations and is a frequent guest lecturer on art and archaeology for the prestigious Cunard Insights Series aboard the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria. Christine is as entertaining as she is knowledgeable.