INTERPRETATION OF ANCIENT ARTISTRY: CONSERVATION OF A GOLD WREATH FROM THE FOURTH CENTURY B.C.
JEFFREY P. MAISH
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JEFFREY P. MAISH is an assistant conservator in the Antiquities Conservation Department of the J. Paul Getty Museum. He received his master of arts degree from the Art Conservation Department, State University College at Buffalo in 1987 with an objects specialty after completing an archaeological conservation internship at the York Archaeological Trust, York, England. His interests include radiography, the development of molding and casting techniques, and research into methods of exhibit case and storage desiccation. Address: Antiquities Conservation, J. Paul Getty Museum, P.O. Box 2112, Santa Monica, Calif. 90407.