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A Blog Post Helps Solve an Art Mystery

The March blog post “Sleuthing in Rare Books to Reveal and Art Lover’s Interest” presented the collection of William Barnes Bement (1817–1897). Bement was a prominent Philadelphia industrialist and avid art collector. However, his descendants sold off his art collection … Continue reading

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Public Outreach in the Lunder Conservation Center

My name is Sarah Gowen, and I am a paintings conservation major in the WUDPAC class of 2012. I can hardly believe that it is July and that I will soon complete my third-year internship at the Lunder Conservation Center … Continue reading

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