Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Advice to gallery directors

Next time the conservation department is whining on about how they need the latest Positron Reflector for the laboratory, refer them to the Huntington Museum who had The Blue Boy varnished in a covered outdoor plaza round the back of the building.
Image: The Blue Boy gets varnished al fresco by Mark Leonard, head of paintings conservation at the Getty Museum, and Tiarna Doherty.