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How I Look at Art as a Conservator

Sara Mateu examines the reverse of a panel painting
Sara Mateu examines the reverse of a panel painting.

What is it like to be a panel paintings conservator? More»

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Multicultural Undergraduate Intern Diary: Emily Butts

Emily Butts at the Getty Foundation

Interns in their own words. More»

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Thirty-Eight Scholars Will Visit the Getty to Study the Materials of Art and the History of Classical Egypt

Monica Juneja, Matthew Robb, and Larry A. Silver
2014–15 scholars Monica Juneja, Matthew Robb, and Larry A. Silver in conversation at the Getty Research Institute

Thirty-eight scholars will pursue research at the Getty for coming scholar year. More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Jennifer Potter

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A fruitful year at the Getty Foundation More»

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Grad Intern Diary: Rheagan Martin

Rheagan Martin / Graduate Intern

A year of manuscripts, coins, and English weather. More»

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New E-Book Explores Early Netherlandish Art

Screen capture showing The Legend of St. Joseph / follower of Robert Campin
Detail of The Legend of St. Joseph, possibly ca. 1490–1500, follower of Robert Campin. Hoogstraten, Church of St. Catherine. From Frames and Supports in 15th- and 16th-Century Southern Netherlandish Painting

New online resource explores panel paintings of the 1400s and 1500s More»

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Best Supporting Role

Peter Paul Rubens's Triumph of the Church during treatment
© José de la Fuente

Conserving Peter Paul Rubens, panel by panel. More»

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Conserving Mosaics in the Middle East and North Africa, A MOSAIKON Trainer’s Account

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A participant in 2014 MOSAIKON training workshop organized by the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica (CCA) and supported by the Getty Foundation conserves a second-century Roman mosaic

A conversation with mosaics expert Roberto Nardi about conservation training. More»

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The Getty Foundation’s 30th Anniversary

Shelf of exhibition catalogues from Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., 1945-1980
Pacific Standard Time publications

A look back at the Getty Foundation’s 30 years of support for study and preservation of the visual arts. More»

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Getty Foundation Announces “Keeping It Modern”

Keeping it Modern / A Getty Foundation initiative to conserve 20th-century architecture

A new initiative focuses on advancing the conservation of modern architecture. More»

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      BREAKING NEWS: The first depiction of a selfie stick in 1613 in this Flemish painting.

      If you’re surrounded by a pair of every animal on earth guess you’d need a good angle for a pic. 


      The Entry of the Animals into Noah’s Ark, 1613, Jan Brueghel the Elder. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      08/28/15

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