New technology aims to slow damage to Georgia O’Keeffe works

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New technology aims to slow damage to Georgia O’Keeffe works

Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists. Kronkright looks at a painting titled Above the Clouds 1.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M., Dec. 29, 2017. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, reviews imaging data of an oil painting in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, reviews imaging data of an oil painting in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists.

New technology aims to slow damage to Georgia O’Keeffe works

Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists. Kronkright looks at a painting titled Above the Clouds 1.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M., Dec. 29, 2017. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, reviews imaging data of an oil painting in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, reviews imaging data of an oil painting in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artists.
Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, studies oil painting by Georgia O’Keeffe for signs of deterioration in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and the Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by O’Keeffe and other artists.

New technology aims to slow damage to Georgia O’Keeffe works

Dale Kronkright, head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, reviews imaging data of an oil painting in Santa Fe, N.M. Chemical changes are gradually darkening many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s famously vibrant paintings. Art conservation experts in Santa Fe and Chicago plan to use advanced imaging technology to detect the buildup of soap and protect paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artists.