Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Limestone Eagle Sculpture

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2/15/2018

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This limestone sculpture of an eagle and serpent dates from 50-150 CE and is from the Nabataean Temple Khirbet et-Tannur in Jordan.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Saturation

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2/12/2018

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Our masterpiece by Bernardo Strozzi, David with the Head of Goliath, is currently being conserved.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Fixing the Fray

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2/1/2018

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Next month a group of etchings by American women printmakers will go on display in G213.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Tapa cloth, also known as tree bark

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1/24/2018

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Tapa cloth isn’t technically cloth at all: it’s tree bark!

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Standing Room Only

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1/11/2018

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Sometimes, the conservation studio becomes a sort of waiting room.

Small Improvement for Long-Term Benefits

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1/4/2018

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Posted by: Joanna Kerman