Dr. Jilleen Nadolny, Principal Investigator, London
Jilleen Nadolny obtained a BFA from Pratt Institute, New York, before studying for a double MA degree in History of Art and Art Conservation at New York University. In 2000, she completed a PhD in Technical Art History at the Courtauld Institute, London. Subsequently, she accepted a position at the University of Oslo as Associate Professor in the Department of Conservation, where she taught history and ethics of conservation, technical art history and examination techniques for works of art. In January 2010 she joined AA&R. She has been actively involved in developing the wider field of technical art history, notably with the ICOM-CC Art Technological Source Research (ATSR) working group, helping to organize and edit the proceedings of a number of conferences. Dr. Nadolny’s research and publications focus on art technology of paintings and written sources for the same, the history of scientific analysis of works of art, the reception of scientific techniques and material studies within the field of art history, art forgery and conservation history and ethics.