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“Here’s a sneak peek of museum staff preparing the last surviving panorama of the Mississippi, painted by John J. Egan in about 1850. Very popular in the 19th century, these giant scrolling paintings were forerunners to 20th-century motion pictures.” (Amon Carter Museum of American Art)

“Here’s a sneak peek of museum staff preparing the last surviving panorama of the Mississippi, painted by John J. Egan in about 1850. Very popular in the 19th century, these giant scrolling paintings were forerunners to 20th-century motion pictures.” (Amon Carter Museum of American Art)

“There have been some exciting developments in the live conservation of John Herbert’s ‘Moses bringing down the Tables of the Law’ (c. 1872–78). The painting treatment has been completed and is now vertical. Visit NGV International for this rare opportunity to see the live conservation enter its final stage.” (National Gallery of Victoria) [May 2015]

“There have been some exciting developments in the live conservation of John Herbert’s ‘Moses bringing down the Tables of the Law’ (c. 1872–78). The painting treatment has been completed and is now vertical. Visit NGV International for this rare opportunity to see the live conservation enter its final stage.” (National Gallery of Victoria) [May 2015]

“Hanging Murillo’s painting of St. Francis Xavier in the Great Hall.” (NYTimes) [Wadsworth Atheneum]

“Hanging Murillo’s painting of St. Francis Xavier in the Great Hall.” (NYTimes) [Wadsworth Atheneum]

“We had to bid farewell to Gauguin’s masterwork ‘Nafea faaipoipo (When Will You Marry?)’. It was packed carefully for transportation. For the glass not to damage the painting in case it broke it was secured with tape.“ (Fondation Beyeler)

“We had to bid farewell to Gauguin’s masterwork ‘Nafea faaipoipo (When Will You Marry?)’. It was packed carefully for transportation. For the glass not to damage the painting in case it broke it was secured with tape.“ (Fondation Beyeler)

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