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Fortunately, conservators at the Prittlewell Priory will be able to restore the broken coffin for a much more palatable sum.
Mongoose falls somewhere in the middle, says Mark Aronson, the chief conservator at the Yale Center for British Art.
For both the dress rehearsal and the final reassembly, the conservators will hold the fragments in place by circling them with snug-fitting collars made of carbon fiber cloth layered with epoxy resin, to which straps can be attached.
Salazar-Walsh is an art conservator at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Florida.
The conservators eventually decided to keep the original paintwork to save Mr. Haring’s brush strokes, and to clean and varnish, adding new paint only when necessary.
The Thyssen’s conservators addressed these and other questions with a full battery of technical studies—X-rays, infrared reflectography, and chemical analysis of pigments—to reveal an enthralling history of the painting’s evolution.
According to a press release, conservator Caroline Rae at the Courtauld Institute of Art was examining the works of two Dutch portraitists, Vanson and Adam de Colone.
The Brooklyn Museum’s animal mummies — which are on view through January 21 — have become key figures in a multiyear investigation involving Egyptologists, conservators and even a veterinary radiologist.
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