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part of the museum’s and the university’s missions of public service,
advice on condition, care, and possible treatment is offered without
charge. Paintings, textiles, works of art on paper, books and archival
documents, photographic materials, furniture and decorative,
archaeological and ethnographic objects are welcomed with their
caretakers for 30-minute appointments. Faculty and students share their
knowledge about the care of works of art of all materials with
collectors, curators, caretakers, or scholars of works of art or
The clinic is held at the Brown Horticulture Center at Winterthur, Route 52 Greenville, DE 19807. By appointment only: call 800.448.3883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Monetary appraisals and authentication of objects will not be given. There is a limit of three works per appointment.
2022 Spring dates (subject to change): March 10, April 28.
2022 Fall dates (subject to change): September 22, October 20, November 17, and December 8.
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FAIC-AIC Find a Conservator
Art Conservation Tips
Northeast Documentation Center Leaflets
CCAHA Technical Bulletin
The Winterthur Guide to Caring for Your Collection by Gregory Landrey et al.