Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Filling up with Duveneck!

by Conservation

9/12/2019

behind the scenes , conservation , Frank Duveneck , Frank Duveneck: American Master , paintings conservation

Conservation for the upcoming Duveneck exhibition continues apace.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: An Intern’s Experience

by Caroline Shaver

6/19/2019

behind the scenes , Frank Duveneck , conservation , American Painting

Conservation preparation for the upcoming Duveneck exhibition (opening Fall 2020).

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Ships Ahoy!

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2/28/2019

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By complete coincidence, three very large ships were recently at anchor in the paintings conservation studio.

Sketching Duveneck’s Creative Process

by Liz Simmons, Research Assistant

1/30/2019

Frank Duveneck , Drawings , sketchbooks

The fun part about studying drawings is that you get to see an artist’s initial spark of inspiration and how that first idea changes over time.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: A Tiny Landscape

by Conservation

11/15/2018

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This little painting measures around 5 by 8 inches.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: No pun intended!

by Conservation

5/31/2018

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There was a mysterious alteration in this painting. This is a detail of the bottom (also no pun intended) right corner of a nude study by Frank Duveneck, taken while the painting was being cleaned.