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Pei Ching Liu

Nishio Conservation Studio
Asian painting conservator
Arlington, VA
Pei-Ching Liu is currently the Asian painting Conservator at Nishio Conservation Studio in Washington, DC. She has worked on various conservation projects from museums and private collectors including: works on paper, East Asian scroll paintings, albums, painted hand fans, Japanese folding screens (byobu), Chinese pith paper paintings, and woodblock prints (Ukiyo-e).

Pei-Ching received her BA in Art History from Tainan National University of the Arts (TNNUA) in Taiwan and her MA from the Institute of Conservation of Cultural Relics, TNNUA in Taiwan, where she specialized in Asian painting and paper conservation. Before Pei-Ching moved to the United States, she worked as an Asian painting conservator at the National Taiwan University of Arts Conservation Center. She was the Andrew W. Mellon fellow in Chinese painting conservation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2013-2014. At the conclusion of her fellowship, she presented her research on Chinese painting conservation at both the Met as well as the National Palace Museum in Taipei.
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