Joyce Hill Stoner
Phone: (302) 888-4888
Office: 305 Old College
- Work focuses on the history of art conservation in the 20th Century.
- Possesses specialized knowledge of artist James McNeill Whistler's materials and techniques, as well as the Wyeth family of artists and their techniques.
- Actively treats paintings, to study the artist's techniques and intentions and, as necessary, remove discolored coatings and/or graffiti, mend tears, etc. and insure their future preservation. Stoner was the lead conservator treating Whistler's "Peacock Room" and supervised the treatment of an N.C. Wyeth mural in 1998.
- Portrait has been painted by Andrew Wyeth.
Edward F. and Elizabeth Goodman Rosenberg Professor, Art Conservation
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