Join the Harvard Art Museums and the Harvard Ed Portal for a virtual, interactive museum tour series this winter! Throughout December, January, and February, Harvard undergraduate tour guides will lead fun, engaging tours of the Harvard Art Museums' collections.
Maeve Miller ’22 explores forms of intimacy across the history of art and the tensions between them by looking closely at Summer Scene (1869-1870) by the French painter Jean Frédéric Bazille; Prince Shōtoku at Age Two, a sculpture from 13th-century Japan, and The Vanity of the Artist’s Dream (1830) by the American painter Charles Bird King.
Maeve Miller is a junior in Pforzheimer House concentrating in History of Art & Architecture, as well as pursuing a secondary in Film Production. She is an avid ceramicist and loves to travel, scuba dive, and run. Her favorite art movement is Surrealism, and her favorite artist is Salvador Dalí.