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Debra Wieder received her B.A. in Italian Literature and the History of Art from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Debra joined Hirschl & Adler in 1993, and has curated and co-curated many gallery exhibitions, including Call of the Wild: A Sportsman’s Life (1994); A Marvelous Repose: American Neo-Classical Sculpture, 1825–1976 (1996-97); Eccentric Orbits (1998); Impossible Landscapes of the Mind (1999); Likenesses & Landskips: A Portrait of the Eighteenth Century (2002); Jennifer Johnson: Photographs (2005); Just Plain Folk (2006); Modeling Grace, Two Centuries of American Sculpture (2009-10).

Debra’s areas of expertise include 19th-century American landscape, still-life and genre painting, paintings of the American Renaissance and the Belle Epoque, American Neo-Classical sculpture, and American decorative arts.