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Hamilton Kerr Institute

Fitzwilliam Museum

Kristin Kausland is a researcher and paintings conservator at the Norwegian Institute of Cultural Heritage (NIKU). She holds a PhD in Conservation Studies from the University of Oslo. In her PhD dissertation she explores the provenances of imported late medieval altarpieces in Norway. She currently holds a postdoctorate stipend from the Research Council of Norway, co-funded by the FP7 Marie Curie COFUND action of the European Union. The research, focusing on art technological aspects of 15-16th Century art and Hanseatic trade, will be undertaken at the Hamilton Kerr Institute in Cambridge and NIKU in Oslo, in the period 2018-2022. Her research interests are mainly focused on questions of attribution, artists' workshops, regional traditions and trade of artists’ materials

Visiting Fellow
Dr Kristin  Kausland