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First, conservators determined that the gold background was a later addition, not applied by the artist.
In addition to the collection, Andrews expanded the museum programming, funding, and staff, adding two collection curators, an objects conservator, and several members to the education department.
Shortly after inauguration, the Smithsonian's conservators begin to work with the White House to ensure the donation process is smooth
The sandstone casket, which contained the remains of what museum conservators believe was a senior monk, has been on display at the museum since the 1920s.
Conservation gains and human losses Nilanjan Mallick, chief conservator of forest and field director of Sunderbans Tiger Reserve, said conservation efforts show that the area's tiger population is stable and improving.
Many items were taken out of storage and repaired, cleaned and evaluated by conservators in the process.
Conservators are now planning to conserve the huts that were built in 1899 by Norwegian Carsten Borchgrevink and used by Captain Scott in 1911.
The petition also asked the court to appoint a conservator to oversee Crozer’s finances.
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