Paulus Potter
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Date: Tue 01/19/21 12:00AM - Fri 05/07/21 12:00AM
Location: Main Level, Center Gallery
Established in 2017, the Endangered Art project identifies paintings in the Mulvane Art Museum’s permanent collection that require conservation, cleaning, frame restoration, and technical study. Since the project’s inception, fifteen oil paintings have been treated for their specific conservation needs. This on-going curatorial research project has yielded technical analysis and provided a greater understanding of the history of each individual Endangered Art work, and the history of the Mulvane Art Museum’s permanent collection more broadly. Exhibited works are shown post-conservation and frame restoration along with a summary of the treatment they received.  
Image above:
(detail) attributed Paulus Potter, Rural Scene, oil on canvas
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