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The Editorial Team
Caroline Rae is a freelance technical art historian and conservator who divides her time between London and Scotland, including work as a Visiting Lecturer in Technical Art History and Associate Scholar in the Centre for Conservation and Technical Art History at the University of Glasgow. Caroline trained as a painting conservator at the Courtauld and has worked on a freelance basis for galleries and institutions in relation to loan and exhibition preparation, including Inverleith House, National Galleries of Scotland and the National Portrait Gallery. In 2016-17, Caroline was Caroline Villers Research Fellow at the Courtauld Institute of Art (in collaboration with National Galleries of Scotland and National Trust) following her doctoral research at the same institution. Both projects focussed on Netherlandish émigré artists who worked at court in England and Scotland in the late sixteenth/ early seventeenth centuries. Caroline has peer reviewed writing by colleagues in the field and published on the topics of John de Critz the Elder (and on the wider subject of materials and techniques of the late Elizabethan/ Jacobean eras) and on Henry Fuseli.
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