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Dr. Eric Doehne has more than 20 years of experience in the analysis and preservation of cultural heritage.
Eric at the Alamo
SCIENCE FOR ART, ARCHITECTURE, ARCHIVES AND ARCHAEOLOGY
WHAT WE DO
Salts and Desalination talk, February 19, 2016 New Orleans, LA
Salts of the Earth: Conservation of Historic Masonry Impacted by Salts and Rising Damp - A Symposium of the Louisiana Museum Foundation. Streaming Video of lecture: Salts and Desalination - Myths and Realities
Evaluating the condition of the Lummis House in LA for Occidental College
English Heritage and the Getty Conservation Institute - Magnesian Limestone Book - writing two chapters
Book on Stone Conservation by Eric Doehne (Scripps College) and Clifford Price (UCL) —Order print version:
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Science for Art, Architecture, Archaeology, and Archives
Scientific/Technical studies for cultural heritage planning and preservation
Digital Preservation and Restoration - 3D capture and Calibrated Imaging
Art forensics for sourcing loot and authenticating art
Investigation and diagnosis of art, architectural and archaeological materials
Interdisciplinary courses in heritage science and material culture, art crime and forensic science, artists’ materials, art conservation, climate change and world heritage
Training in the use of specialized instrumentation and forensic methods applied to works of art
Museum science: history of technology and technical art history
At the intersection of art and science, heritage and legacy, Conservation Sciences is an international consultancy that provides clients with interdisciplinary science to evaluate, diagnose and preserve their cultural heritage.
Our mission is to understand, preserve, and disseminate works of art, architecture, archives and archaeology through sound science, education, training, and collaborations with a network of highly-qualified conservation professionals around the world. Understanding a work of art and how to stabilize it often requires the appropriate scientific analysis, diagnosis, and technologies.
Building materials investigations: conservation of stone, wall paintings, and masonry
Analysis and diagnosis of soluble salt, rising damp and efflorescence problems; poulticing and treatment recommendations
Environmental impact on heritage materials
Environmental monitoring of cultural heritage
Chemistry and technology of ancient pigments, glass, and stone
Inorganic materials characterization and archaeometry
HSR for The Alamo, San Antonio, TX: Alamo Church and Long Barrack: Materials Testing, Conservation Science, and Recommendations Report
"The Art Detectives: How to Cheat Time, Investigate Art, and Sustain Culture" presented by Eric Doehne, Scripps College, Fine Arts Foundation, Special Public Lecture series, March 6, March 27, April 10, 2019: Art Forensics or How to Tell Real Art from Fakes; Artist Materials from Ancient to Modern Times; Object Lessons and Art Detectives. Book Preview.
• ARCN 110 Artists’ Materials and Technologies–Ancient and Modern (Fall 2011, Fall 2013, Fall 2016, Spring 2019)
• ARCN 120 Global Tourism, Climate Change and World Heritage Preservation (Fall 2011, Fall 2015, Fall 2018)
• ARCN 144 Capturing Art: Digital Preservation and Cultural Sustainability in 100 Objects (Fall 2017, Fall 2019)
Scripps College, Art Conservation Major: With a focus on how science and technologies are changing how we understand, preserve, and disseminate civilizations’ creative expressions in the arts and cultural heritage
Built Heritage Conference, 2013, Milan:
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Research on outdoor sculpture conservation with Rosa Lowinger.
San Marino, 2010-2012
New Orleans, May 2010
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