Emerson Bowyer is The Frick Collection's Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow. A Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University, he is currently writing a dissertation on numismatic representation in nineteenth-century France and is organizing an exhibition on the work of David d'Angers at the Frick. His publications include "Monographic Impressions," in Reconsidering Gérôme (Getty Publications, 2010) and a review of Victor Stoichita's The Pygmalion Effect: From Ovid to Hitchcock (Visual Resources 26:2 ). Most recently, he edited and introduced a special issue of Grey Room (48, Summer 2012. Special Issue, "Multiplying the Visual: Image and Object in the Nineteenth Century"), focused on nineteenth-century technologies of reproduction.