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Art Conservation Forensic Analysis Assists In The Recreation of Historic Details In New LDS Provo City Center Temple


In April of 2011, I was asked to do forensic analysis of wall decorations in the burned out Provo Tabernacle building by the LDS Church History Dept. to find out details and make proposals. While proposals to recoup or salvage … Continue reading

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Should the Print from the Provo Tabernacle Fire Be Preserved?


“Like” this blog post by clicking on the “Thumbs up” Here’s a photo of the “Painting” saved from the Provo Tabernacle Fire. Actually, its a print (giclee). Everybody… I need some input! Do we save it or not? Or just … Continue reading

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New Minerva Teichert Masterpiece Discovered In A Garage Behind Bikes


The LDS Church Historical Department head shows up one day at my lab. I thought it was for a social visit but he was more than a little uncharacteristically giddy. He had in tow a rather large package. “We just … Continue reading

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