Annika Finne

Institute of Fine Arts New York University
PhD student
New York, New York
Annika Finne received a M.A. in Art History and an M.S. in the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, with a speciality in paintings conservation, from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, in 2016. She is currently a Robert Lehman Fellow for Graduate Study in the Fine Arts at the Institute of Fine Arts where she is pursuing a doctorate in art history focusing on painting restoration/renewal practices in early modern Italy. Prior to beginning her PhD she worked in the paintings conservation departments of the Yale University Art Gallery, the Museo Nacional del Prado, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art. She is conservation assistant at Modern Art Conservation and adjunct instructor of art history at the Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Art and Science, where she teaches a course entitled "Reading surfaces: painting techniques over time."