[Before Treatment]

[Before Treatment]

[Before Treatment] Upon Arrival

[Before Treatment] Upon Arrival

[Before Treatment] Aerial View

[Before Treatment] Aerial View

Before Treatment] Unstable Figures

Before Treatment] Unstable Figures

[Before Treatment] Flaking Ground

[Before Treatment] Flaking Ground

View of the Verso of the Figures

View of the Verso of the Figures

Courtesy of Evan Krape

Practical Intro to Conservation

Practical Intro to Conservation

Courtesy of Evan Krape

XRF Scientific Analysis

XRF Scientific Analysis

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning Test

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning Test

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Waves

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Waves

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Roof

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Roof

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Roof

[Mid-Treatment] Cleaning the Roof

[After Treatment]

[After Treatment]

ACP1694

Landing of Slaves at Virginia, 1619 

Charles C. Dawson, William E. Scott, and Erik Lindgren

Treatment performed at: Winterthur Museum

Overseen by Conservators: Joyce Hill Stoner, Lauren Fair, Mark Anderson, and Mike Podmaniczky

Large scale diorama, one of a set of thirty-three, made for the American Negro Exposition of 1940 in Chicago, constructed of rapidly deteriorating painted plaster, wood, and masonite requiring consolidation, cleanining, fills, and inpainting
This
treatment was the Focus of my undergraduate Senior Thesis

 I defended my thesis in May 2018.