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Hamilton Kerr Institute

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Hamilton Kerr Institute, Fitzwilliam Museum

The Hamilton Kerr Institute is a department of the Fitzwilliam Museum. The Institute undertakes the conservation of easel paintings for public and publicly shown collections as well as the Museum.

In this environment the Institute aims to educate painting conservators to the highest standard and to contribute to scientific, technical and art historical research. The institute hosts a number of archives, carries a continual programme of inter-disciplinary research in addition to the conservation services and teaching on offer.

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Hamilton Kerr Institute Bulletin Number 5

Dec 01, 2014

Hamilton Kerr Institute Bulletin Number 5 2014

Spike Bucklow to give talk at Art and Heritage Seminar

Nov 19, 2014

Burlington House in Piccadilly on 24 November

Spike Bucklow authors The Riddle of the Image

Oct 29, 2014

Spike Bucklow's new book, The Riddle of the Image, has been published by Reaktion Books.

Lecture on the medieval screens in Clare church, Suffolk

Oct 27, 2014

Friday 7th November 2014. The medieval screens in Clare Church. Illustrated lecture by Lucy Wrapson.

Reconstructing Paolo Uccello’s The Battle of San Romano for the National Gallery

Aug 15, 2014

Staff at the Institute recently reconstructed part of Paolo Uccello's The Battle of San Romano for a National Gallery exhibition.

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