[WATCH] Here's How the Metropolitan Museum of Art is Conserving Gilliéron’s Watercolors

Starting in 2015, three remarkable watercolors by Emil Gilliéron were studied and conserved, after more than seventy years in storage, to prepare them for the exhibition Watercolors of the Acropolis: Émile Gilliéron in Athens. See how they did it.

Check out the exhibition page to learn more about the Watercolors of the Acropolis: Émile Gilliéron in Athens exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on display through January 3rd, 2020.

via The Met

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