Over thirty years after it was stolen from the University of Arizona, a de Kooning will be conserved at the Getty.
The art and science of preserving cultural heritage around the world.
Why and how were these sculptures made? Science steps finds an answer.
Study and treatment of a Renaissance altarpiece reveals new details about the artist’s working method, as well as his brilliant colors
A decade of work to preserve one of antiquity’s best-known sites.
An Introduction to the Drunken Satyr, A Rare Roman Bronze Being Studied and Conserved at the Getty Villa
A rare ancient Roman sculpture receives in-depth conservation treatment.
Real-world grant-making leads to positive results.
A new program is creating career pathways for students from underrepresented groups.
Dig into the details of some of Bruegel’s beloved paintings.
New grants will conserve significant examples of twentieth-century architecture.
Three visiting scholars to discover new ideas and connections at the Getty.
The first drafts of ancient vase painters.
New publication explore the link between crimes against humanity and crimes against culture.