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“MATERIALS MATTER: ART TECHNIQUE, SCIENCE, AND WHY WE CARE”
Brian Baade trained as a painter and illustrator but his interest in historical art materials and technical art history eventually drew him to the field of art conservation. In 2006 Brian received an MS in art conservation from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation where he specialized in painting conservation. He has participated in numerous technical studies including a major project documenting the techniques of Henry Ossawa Tanner, art materials research, and technical art history initiatives. A large part of his work over the last decade has been the research and creation of historically representative reconstructions of Old Master paintings and techniques to be used as educational didactics and the creation of the a website sponsored by the Kress Foundation to disseminate this work to a larger audience. He and his partner Dr. Kristin deGhetaldi have recently created a website and online forum hosted by the University of Delaware to field questions from artists about issues of sound practice and the preservation of their artwork. Brian is currently an assistant professor in the art conservation program at the University of Delaware.
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