Museum Home Research and Conservation An In-Depth Look at Conservation Partnerships

Shedding New Light: Frans Hals, Lucas de Clercq and Feyna van Steenkiste

Shedding New Light: Frans Hals, Lucas de Clercq and Feyna van Steenkiste
This project between the Getty Museum and the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam involves conservation of two portraits by Frans Hals: Lucas de Clercq and Feyna van Steenkiste.

Jean-Baptiste Oudry: Exotic Animals in Eighteenth Century Europe

Jean-Baptiste Oudry: Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century Europe
This project between the Getty Museum and the Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Germany, involves conservation of Jean-Baptiste Oudry's Rhinoceros and Lion.

Roman Mosaics from Tunisia

Roman Mosaics from Tunisia
In 2006, the Getty Museum collaborated with the Institut National du Patrimoine (INP), Tunisia, to conserve three ancient Roman floor mosaics.

Adolphe-William Bouguereau's Virgin of the Angels

Adolphe-William Bouguereau's Virgin of the Angels
Virgin of the Angels, one of the most important works by Bouguereau in an American collection, was conserved at the Getty Museum in 2005.

Kroller-Muller Museum Partnership

Kröller-Müller Museum Partnership
Ten masterworks from the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, The Netherlands, came to the Getty Museum for treatment over a two-year period.

Hispanic Society Partnership

Hispanic Society Partnership
This project between the Getty Museum and the Hispanic Society of America in New York established a cooperative relationship that made it possible for the Museum to conserve and display Holy Family by El Greco.

Old Masters Picture Gallery, Dresden

Old Masters Picture Gallery, Dresden
This project between the Getty Museum and the Old Masters Picture Gallery in Dresden, Germany, undertook cooperative study and treatment of Andrea Mantegna's remarkable painting Holy Family.

Marcus Aurelius: Conserving an Ancient Sculpture

Marcus Aurelius: Conserving an Ancient Sculpture
This project between the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany, and the Getty Museum explored the complexities and challenges of conserving ancient sculpture. The goal was to stabilize and preserve a marble statue of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius.