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ALBERT BOIME earned his Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University in 1968. He specializes in the study of modern art and has made notable contributions to the understanding of art instruction in the 19th century. He is currently working on a multivolume Social History of Modern Art, the first two volumes of which have been published by University of Chicago Press.

ALEXANDER J. KOSSOLAPOV earned his M.S. in physics at Leningrad University, Russia, in 1970, and his Ph.D. in physics/engineering in 1980. In 1972–90 he was the head of the Laboratory for Scientific Examination of Works of Art in the Hermitage Museum, Leningrad. In 1990 he was senior research fellow in the Getty Conservation Institute, and in 1991–95 special Mellon fellow/senior research fellow/scientist at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Conservation Center. In 1998–99, he held a position as senior fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA), National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Since 1996 he has held the principal scientific museum position in Russia, as head of the scientific department of the State Hermitage Museum.

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