SIR DENIS MAHON ESSAY PRIZE 2021

Marjotte Miles

The Sir Denis Mahon Essay Prize 2021 at the Charterhouse
featuring
MARJOTTE MILES, Winner
with her essay presented as a lecture:
The Invisibility of the Old Woman Artist: Van Dyck’s Portrait of Sofonisba Anguissola.

The Sir Denis Mahon Essay Prize 2021 was held at the Charterhouse, Charterhouse Square, London, and was hosted by the Director of Operations, Tom Foakes.

Marjotte Miles began an ESRC-funded PhD in History in 2021 with the University and Museums of Liverpool on imperial violence and technology in museum collections. In 2019, she completed an MA in History of Art and Visual Studies at Wolfson College at Oxford, having gained her BA in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art (2015-18). She is a teaching assistant at the Wallace Collection and the National Gallery in London, delivering study group sessions to AS and A level History of Art students for Art History Link-up, a registered charity which provides an opportunity for students from diverse backgrounds to learn about and have direct access to visual culture, and to open up career and further education choices through accredited qualifications.

SIR DENIS MAHON ESSAY PRIZE WINNERS

ESSAY PRIZE 2021

ESSAY PRIZE 2021

Essay Prize Winner 2021:
Marjotte Miles

ESSAY PRIZE 2020

ESSAY PRIZE 2020

Essay Prize Winner 2020:
Gabriella Johnson

ESSAY PRIZE 2019

ESSAY PRIZE 2019

Essay Prize Winner 2019:
Maxime Michel

ESSAY PRIZE 2018

ESSAY PRIZE 2018

Essay Prize Winner 2018:
Magnus Rena

ESSAY PRIZE 2017

ESSAY PRIZE 2017

Essay Prize Winner 2017:
Saskia Rubin

ESSAY PRIZE 2016

ESSAY PRIZE 2016

Essay Prize Winner 2016:
Amanda Hilliam

ESSAY PRIZE 2015

ESSAY PRIZE 2015

Essay Prize Winner 2015:
Anna Murphy

ESSAY PRIZE 2014

ESSAY PRIZE 2014

Essay Prize Winner 2014:
Julia Vazquez

ESSAY PRIZE 2013

ESSAY PRIZE 2013

Essay Prize Winner 2013:
William Coleman

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