Henry DePhillips

 

 


 

Professor Henry DePhillips is a chemist who has worked in the field of conservation science for over twenty-five years both as a member of art conservation teams and privately on works from art galleries, museums and privately owned collections. His specialty is both the qualitative and quantitative analysis of materials taken from objects for the purpose of conservation, preservation and authentication. He has worked on easel paintings, bronze and marble sculpture, metallic and ceramic objects, wood and fiber materials. He has taught at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, and at Trinity’s Rome Campus. He holds a B.S. from Fordham University and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University.




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Oct 19th 2015

Learn the chemistry behind the visual arts, and how an understanding of art’s material properties helps preserve our cultural heritage.

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