by Cecile Mear, Conservator of Works on Paper
An interesting artifact has entered the museum Archives, courtesy of Archivist/Records Manager Geoff Edwards. This glass paperweight holds a small photograph of the museum and the Cincinnati Art Academy (now located downtown).
by Trisha Brockmeyer & Geoff Edwards
Paintings , Politics and the Monument’s Men: The Berlin Masterpieces , Monuments Men , Walter Farmer , Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives , Trisha Brockmeyer , Geoff Edwards , archives , Cincinnati history , World War II
Although perhaps best known for his wartime service, a new donation of papers and photographs to the Mary R. Schiff Library & Archives is helping to shed light on Walter Farmer’s life and work beyond the Monuments Men.
by Adam Ranz, pre-program conservation intern
With such a wide array of objects this collection will serve as a spectacular resource for the museum, scholars, and visitors alike.
CAM is proud to have one of the oldest art conservation labs in the country which started with a single, part-time paintings conservator in 1935.
by Jennifer Hardin
The Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives holds the records of the Art Academy of Cincinnati and its predecessor, the McMicken School of Design.