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  • Gregory J. Landrey, Director of Academic Affairs, Winterthur

    Director of Academic Affairs, Winterthur
    Affiliated Associate Professor
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716


    ​Gregory Landrey’s practical experience began in 1972 when at age 16 he started working part time as a cabinet shop assistant for the Corner Cupboard Antiques in Strafford, PA under the tutorage of David Sloan. He continued restoring furniture at the Corner Cupboard for seven years, serving as the cabinet shop manager for the last two. In addition to the bench training, Landrey went to Gettysburg College, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in history. He joined Winterthur in 1979 as assistant furniture conservator. He served as the head of the Winterthur furniture conservation laboratory from 1986-1995. He was head of the Conservation Department from 1995-2006. He is now the Director of Academic Affairs. He has focused his research on the preservation of historic surface coatings, techniques of traditional cabinetmaking, conservation management and period rooms at Winterthur. In addition he has researched and published on historic automobiles with an emphasis on Cadillac and Rolls-Royce motor cars. Landrey is an affiliated associate professor for WUDPAC. He has written and lectured extensively on furniture conservation and historic furniture. He is currently involved in conservation management projects including administering Winterthur’s collection emergency plan and developing team structures for department tasks. His most recent publications include “Treatment Protocol for a 1929 Phantom I Wood Body Rolls-Royce Automobile” and “Two Gaming tables, A Comparison”. He was a primary contributor to Conservation of Furniture a Butterworth-Heinemann book.



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  • The Department of Art Conservation
  • 303 Old College
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3489