Research groups and projects
The Courtauld Collections:
Conservation and Art Historical Analysis: Works from The Courtauld Gallery
For this year’s Courtauld’s Collections project, two Research Associates, studying art history - Roxanne Sperber and Alexandra Thom - were each paired with two further Research Associates from the Conservation & Technology Department (easels) - Anna Cooper and Harriet Pearson respectively - to research two paintings from The Courtauld Gallery - a fourteenth-century Florentine panel painting and a sixteenth-century painting of “Job and his Comforters” - which are undergoing conservation. This resulted in a cross-disciplinary approach to the study of the paintings. The Research Associates presented the results of their research at workshops on 4 March and 13 June 2011.
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