Matthew Cushman

Project Conservator at Yale University

Matthew Cushman was the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Paintings Conservation from 2010 – 2014 the Worcester Art Museum, in Worcester, MA. He contributed to research on the cleaning, imaging, and monitoring of paintings as well the conservation treatment of works by Giovanni Lanfranco and Anthony van Dyck, among others. Cushman’s current work focuses on the treatment of fifteen portraits of Haitian rulers in the collection of the Yale Peabody Museum, training visiting conservation assistants from Haiti, and conducting research related to the Haitian Conservation project.

Matthew Cushman was the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Paintings Conservation from 2010 – 2014 the Worcester Art Museum, in Worcester, MA. He contributed to research on the cleaning, imaging, and monitoring of paintings as well the conservation treatment of works by Giovanni Lanfranco and Anthony van Dyck, among others. Cushman’s current work focuses on the treatment of fifteen portraits of Haitian rulers in the collection of the Yale Peabody Museum, training visiting conservation assistants from Haiti, and conducting research related to the Haitian Conservation project.

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ipch.yale.edu