JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 7 (pp. 51 to 64)
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JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 7 (pp. 51 to 64)

Examination, Technical Analysis, and Treatment of His Works in the Charles Bregler Collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts



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MARK F. BOCKRATH has been chief conservator and lecturer in materials and techniques at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia since 1986. He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1978 with an interdisciplinary B.A. degree in art history/chemistry, and received his master's degree from the University of Delaware, Winterthur Museum Art Conservation Program in 1981. He interned at the Intermuseum Laboratory in Oberlin, Ohio, and subsequently worked as a painting conservator at the Washington Conservation Studio in Kensington, Maryland, and at the Intermuseum Laboratory before coming to the Pennsylvania Academy. Address: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 118 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19102.

VIRGINIA N. NAUD�, president/sculpture conservator, Norton Art Conservation, Inc., received an A.B. in history of art from Bryn Mawr College and served a five-year apprenticeship at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the Metalwork Conservation and Sculpture Conservation departments. Since 1978, she has been consulting conservator for the sculpture collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where she has directed technical research and treatment programs for the sculpture collection, with special emphasis on the work of William Rush and Thomas Eakins. Address: Norton Art Conservation, Inc., 752 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444.

DEBBIE HESS NORRIS is a Fellow in the American Institute for Conservation. She received M.S. in art conservation from the University of Delaware, Winterthur Museum Art Conservation Program in 1980. She now serves as assistant director and assistant professor of photographic conservation in the same program. She also maintains a private practice in the preservation of photographic materials and lectures widely on the subject. Address: 106 Danforth Place, Wilmington, Del. 19810.

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