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Richard Newman

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Head of Scientific Research
Boston, Massachusetts
Richard Newman is Head of Scientific Research at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where he has worked as a research scientist since 1986. He has a BA in Art History (Western Washington University), MA in Geology (Boston University) and completed a 3-year apprenticeship in conservation and conservation science at the Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University. He has carried out research on a wide range of cultural artifacts, from stone sculpture of the Indian subcontinent to the paintings of Diego Velázquez.