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Roberto Rosa

Condition Assessments for Conservation
Thursday July 14th, 1:30pm - 4:30pm  Cost included with conference registration.

We will take a 5-minute walk to a local church that has windows by Tiffany, J & R Lamb, Connick, and two windows believed to be from the 15th century from either Germany or England.

Attendees will inspect the windows, assess their condition and prepare a condition report along with recommendations for conservation work. The group will then meet to compare, discuss and debate their findings and recommendations.

Roberto Rosa, a stained glass conservator with 34 years of experience, is a principal at Serpentino Stained Glass, Needham, MA. Roberto has conserved hundreds of important windows including windows by Tiffany, La Farge, Armstrong, Holiday, Tillinghast, D’Ascenzo, and some of the oldest figural painted windows in the country. A Founding Member of the American Glass Guild, Roberto is the current Chair of the Education Committee and sits on its Board of Directors. He is a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works, a Recognized Professional of the Association for Preservation Technology International, a Member of The National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Boston Preservation Alliance, The British Society of Master Glass Painters, The Decorative Art Trust, and The Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works.

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