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E. Scott Taylor

After obtaining a college degree and working in other areas of the arts, I began working in stained glass in the early 1980's for production studios in Richmond, VA.

Soon my interest became primarily focused on the restoration of art glass windows.  I was then introduced to artist & restorer Jack Cushen in New York, where I worked with him on various projects. This began my serious involvement in stained glass conservation.

For over 15 years my studio has been solely dedicated to the conservation of stained & leaded glass windows. Past projects including 15th & 16th century French & English panels, and windows from the studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany, the Belcher Mosaic Glass Co. and Nicola D'Ascenzo have been completed for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and for numerous historic properties, churches, museums and private collections.

I am the owner and chief conservator of E. S. Taylor Studio, LLC, a Professional Associate in the American Institute for Conservation ( AIC), a member of the Virginia Conservation Association, and regularly attend European conferences sponsored by the International Committee for Conservation and Technological Research of the Corpus Vitrearum.

estaylor@comcast.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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