The papers of Gabrielle Kopelman document her numerous projects as a New York-based independent conservator for various institutions
such as The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and The Toledo Museum of Art, as well as art dealers including P. & D. Colnaghi
& Company and Wildenstein & Company. The archive includes restoration projects of paintings by major artists such as Rembrandt,
Peter Paul Rubens and Hendrik Terbrugghen. The bulk of the collection contains photographic documentation of paintings in
the form of black-and-white prints, negatives, radiographs and color transparencies. Also included are related papers including
correspondence, invoices, notes and clippings.
Gabrielle Kopelman, an independent conservator of Old Master paintings based in New York, has restored numerous paintings
for various institutions including The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, The Toledo Museum of Art and The Frick Collection,
as well as art dealers such as P. & D. Colnaghi & Company, Limited, Thomas Agnew & Sons Limited, and Wildenstein & Company.
Some of her more notable conservation projects include paintings by Rembrandt, Peter Paul Rubens and Hendrik Terbrugghen.
10.8 linear feet
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