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Anne Léculier King

Artifact Conservation
Scarsdale, NY
Anne Léculier King is a Professional Associate member of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). Anne obtained her degree in the Conservation of Cultural Materials from Canberra University, Australia in 1993 where she specialized in Objects Conservation. She has held positions at the Australia Museum and Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia, and in the Anthropology Department of the American Museum of Natural History. Anne’s conservation treatment experience ranges from ethnographic, archeological, contemporary collections, as well as natural history specimens. Anne has been responsible for the technical examination and treatment of a wide range of artifacts, some examples of which include Aboriginal bark paintings, Lapita pottery of New Caledonia, contemporary Vietnamese cultural materials, and the iconic Haida canoe of the American Museum of Natural History. She has been a conservator in private practice since 2012 based in Westchester County, NY.