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Brian Baade and Kristin deGhetaldi

​Brian Baade and Kristin deGhetaldi in the lab

Decoding the Masters: The Technical Examination, Conservation, and Reconstruction of Old Master Paintings was presented by Brian Baade, Painting Conservator, Instructor, and Researcher of Historic Painting Materials and Techniques at the University of Delaware, and Kristin deGhetaldi, Painting Conservator and Doctoral Candidate in the Program in Preservation Studies at the University of Delaware. The materials and techniques used by the Old Masters were discussed, and the speakers explained how historically accurate reconstructions of paintings can be used to facilitate the visual understanding of paintings from Giotto to Pablo Picasso. Analytical methods and art conservation strategies currently used in major museums and institutions were discussed. The presentation previewed a few of the subjects that will be covered in the new UD course, "Decoding the Masters." You can read more in UDaily.

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Brian Baade and Kristin deGhetaldi in the Art Conservation lab
Brian Baade and Kristin deGhetaldi spoke on the technical examination, conservation, and reconstruction of Old Master paintings.

Brian Baade and Kristin deGhetaldi spoke on the technical examination, conservation, and reconstruction of Old Master paintings.

11/29/2011
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  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
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